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: Justice League #40 (Protesting the League)

JUSTICE LEAGUE LOST, PART 2:  With all the trouble from the Fan, the League is now dealing with the public and their perception that the League only cares about the wealthy of society.  Cyborg, as the new League leader, is doing his best to help those who need helping, but is he cut out for the job?

BREAKING NEWS: MULTIPLE MAN Returns in his own Series this JULY!

As it turns out, the rumors that have been making the round in the Comic Industry news circuit are true, Marvel Comics will launch a new Multiple Man miniseries starring Jamie Madrox! Writer Matthew Rosenberg (4 Kids Walk into a Bank, New Mutants: Dead Souls, Phoenix Resurrection: The Return of Jean Grey) and artist Andy MacDonald (Justice League of America, The New 52: Futures End), featuring covers by Marcos Martin, will be the juggernaut creative team behind our favorite X-Factor head man, Jamie Madrox, and will be bringing fans the Multiple Man series in July!

REVIEW: Justice League of America #23 (Frost Frozen by Fear!)

While Batman is gone fighting his evil incarnations in Metal, he has left the Justice League of America in charge of facing the Might Beyond the Mirror. Tsarita, the queen of Myth has taken control! Frost has called the Queen of Wishes to Earth by wishing away her hunger for the heat of living things. She has been effectively cured. The Queen Tsarita, also thinks that Frost is a reminder of her sister Freya that passed away ages ago. The League was chosen by Batman, for it's mostly incorruptible nature, hence the seemingly strange team make up, but they were selected to combat the Queen, should she rear her head in this realm. Killer Frost , had a Nightmarish vision of a future where she had taken the heat from everything living in the world. In an effort to prevent that outcome she makes a wish to save the world, and releases the Magical Mistress of Myth Queen Tsarita (Issue #22)

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