A reduced JLA (Bruce Wayne is on trial and Aquaman is missing)
must face an unprecedented crisis, as they invade a country
to rescue one child - but Wonder Woman's actions place the
entire world in jeopardy...
Perfect is a little to moralistic for my liking. Religion,
a tug-of-love war between two parents for a small child and
the JLA overseeing everything like they know best. But then
this is exactly what this collection sets out to do - attack
itself for its heroes own ideals. And in that respect it does
a great job.
there seemed to be too many subplots and that proved a little
heavy going. When characters are not being used in a story
it seems pointless to have something happen to them for the
sake of it - which happens here more than once.
found the second (one issue story) in this collection to be
the most readable. Bouncing Baby Boy is a humorous
story about Plastic Man stopping his young son from getting
in with the wrong crowd. Not only that, but Batman is also
along for the ride.
is a strange mismatch of a collection, but both stories are
the best JLA collection I have ever read, but by no
means the worst. Just above average stuff.
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