REVIEW: Justice League of America #25 (Dreams and Angor!)

Lord Havok was the DCU's answer to Dr. Doom. He and his cast of followers were basically otherworld copies of Marvel Heroes and Villains that were made into DC Characters, most notably Lord Havok. He enacted his various plans by manipulating a powerful being called the Dreamslayer. Pay attention because this may be important later. The League has successfully survived the Queen Tsarita ( The Might beyond the Mirror) and now returns to their status Quo, yet they are in need of new Headquarters, as Mount Justice has been destroyed. The Team is bringing together Scientists to help, and The Ray Appears and introduces the League to Aztek.

REVIEW: Batman #43 (A Distracting Plot or Pruning the Ivy!)

The conclusion of last issue has Batman goading a Poison Ivy controlled Superman to hitting Batman so hard that he nearly died. Ivy says that since she controls the entire world she was able to use a combination of Science and Magic to piece Bruce back together. This is a different Poison Ivy in the "Rebirth Universe" by the way. She is more of a fragile victim than an eco-terrorist bent on taking control of the planet for the Green. Batman uses this to appeal to her as a victim. She was forced to take sides in the war of Jokes and Riddles. Catwoman is keeping Ivy company as Batman is convalescing in a hospital with Superman as a guard, under the watchful eye of Dr. Harley Quinn ( a Traumatic Brain Injury specialist). Hmmm almost like he planned this.

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