Seeking revenge against their positive matter universe counterparts
- the fabled JLA - the Crime Syndicate of America breaches
the barrier between universes and brings chaos to Earth. The
antimatter universe's Weaponers of Qward tip the balance of
power as they employ a new super-weapon that can wipe out
both super-teams - and Earth's inhabitants in a heartbeat...
found Syndicate Rules to be a bit of a yawnful experience.
It's not that the writing is particularly poor, although it
could have done with a little extra injection of action now
and again, it's just that alternate universe tales like this
are two a penny.
you're going to have superheroes from an alternate universe
impersonating superheroes from our dimension you'd better
have a few tricks up your sleeves to keep the readers turning
the pages. Sadly, there's nothing outstandingly new here to
keep even the most loyal JLA fans glued to the events
as they unfold.
artwork is impressive enough, nothing that exciting
but nothing to grumble about either. It's just that the story
went on for far too long. If this had been half the length,
then it may have been more easily digestible.
the end of the day this is a tale that failed to move me at
all. It's not a bad story, just not particularly original.
You might like to have a quick flick through this graphic
novel before you part with your money.
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