An ancient evil has been awoken and is rising up from beneath
the earth; the last of the dragons. But, as Wonder Woman learns
from the Oracle of Delphi, if the JLA fight it together they
will be destroyed. Now Wonder Woman must lie to her comrades,
and test her mighty strength against this terrible threat
first thing that struck me about A League of One was
how wonderfully presented it was. Titan have certainly pulled
out all the stops. Over 100 glossy pages of full colour quality
artwork - each frame a work of art by painter Christopher
Moeller - for under £10? That can't be right.
paintings of all our favourite super heroes are aesthetically
pleasing - Wonder Woman looks like she has walked out of the
pages of Vogue, and Batman has the perfect washboard
stomach and rippling muscles that actually make you believe
he could take on anything (anyone else think it weird that
a mortal human was allowed to join a gang of superhuman heroes?)
story seems a little off the beaten track for a normal JLA
story. Dragons are not your usual super hero foe, but Moeller
weaves such an intricate plot that the fact it is a dragon
is really irrelevant - it could easily be an evil alien.
the best presented graphic novel I have read for some time.
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