[Epub] ↠ Justice League, Vol. 1: The Extinction Machines Author Bryan Hitch – Addwebsites.info

[Epub] ↠ Justice League, Vol. 1: The Extinction Machines Author Bryan Hitch – Addwebsites.info A Part Of DC Universe Rebirth A New Day Dawns For The Justice League As They Welcome A Slew Of New Members Into Their Ranks The Question Remains Though, Can The World S Greatest Superheroes Trust These New Recruits And Will The Members Of League Be Able To Come Together Against An Ancient Evil That Threatens To Reclaim Not Just The World, But The Entire Universe Masterful Storytelling, Epic Action, And Unbelievable Art Come Together In Justice League From Best Selling Comic Book Writer Bryan Hitch JLA And Superstar Penciler Tony S Daniel Batman, Detective ComicsCollect Justice League , Rebirth I really don t understand why you hand over one of your biggest titles to a guy who s barely written anything Yes, he s been a top notch artist for years but I ve never even come across anything he s written Hitch writes and draws the rebirth issue Hitch s artwork in this is not very good He seems to be using a simpler style and everything just looks a little sketchy without the detail work he s normally fantastic at.Tony Daniel pencils the main story and his artwork is very good Definitely I really don t understand why you hand over one of your biggest titles to a guy who s barely written anything Yes, he s been a top notch artist for years but I ve never even come across anything he s written Hitch writes and draws the rebirth issue Hitch s artwork in this is not very good He seems to be using a simpler style and everything just looks a little sketchy without the detail work he s normally fantastic at.Tony Daniel pencils the main story and his artwork is very good Definitely good enough to anchor a top tier book The writing in this however is not good Nothing is explained The Justice League repeatedly lucks out and we get no reasons why anything is occurring The beginning of this book feels like the plot was stolen directly from the God arc Hitch drew in the Authority Thousands of aliens start crashing into earth and taking over people Then separately all these people are taken over by something called the Kindred and combine into giant wannabe Doc Manhattan types We get no explanation what the aliens are or want, what the Kindred is, where the bombs in the Earth s crust came from, why there s aliens that look like Cyborg on this other planet where the aliens come from All of it just happens Batman s pretty much useless and the only reason the JL save the day is because Aquaman found some magic crystals What I did like about the book is how the rest of the JL is reluctant to trust this new Superman I was glad to hear Geoff Johns was leaving Justice League as I wasn t a fan of his New 52 run and I still wanted to read a great Justice League comic My optimism was soon dampened though after hearing Bryan Hitch was taking over Have you read his Image series Real Heroes The premise is what if actors playing superheroes actually got superpowers and had to save the world for reals Sounds ok, right I couldn t get through the first issue, it was so, so bad it even gave me a headache The goo I was glad to hear Geoff Johns was leaving Justice League as I wasn t a fan of his New 52 run and I still wanted to read a great Justice League comic My optimism was soon dampened though after hearing Bryan Hitch was taking over Have you read his Image series Real Heroes The premise is what if actors playing superheroes actually got superpowers and had to save the world for reals Sounds ok, right I couldn t get through the first issue, it was so, so bad it even gave me a headache The good news is Hitch has gotten better since then marginally He s gone from being unreadable to just a poor writer, an improvement but not enough of one His first Justice League Rebirth book is still pretty bad I can broadly summarise the plot as that tired old cliche of aliens wanting to destroy Earth and the superheroes having to stop them The details of how they plan to do this or how the Justice League stop them, why the aliens want to do this and who they are though are nebulous at best, and that s what I mean about bad writing ruining the book for me There are giant insect aliens and giant Doctor Manhattan types made of people, and I think they re at war with one another, maybe, or possibly there s another alien species against them, but the Justice League are hitting every alien in sight regardless It s impossible to get too invested in a plot that s such nonsense I suppose Hitch should get some credit for utilising all the members of the Justice League in the story they all have a part to play and they effectively work together as a team to beat the bad guys But they get such dull, static roles Wonder Woman stands inside one of these giants so we can see their perspective, Aquapants is hanging onto some magic singing crystals that ll save the day really , Superman s got to punch something right hard, and the Lanterns have a green pipeline of something to defeat the baddies When they all align, it s like that board game Mouse Trap but with superheroes, all doing their thing one after the other like clockwork It s very contrived As an aside, I m really fed up of newcaster talking heads being used as the Greek chorus, it s so done and unimaginative You can always tell the age of a writer when you see this crap deployed because it was everywhere in the 80s and 90s when it feltfresh And Cyborg is once again there to be the info dump guy another sign of bad writing, when you need a character to vomit exposition just to make sense of the unnecessarily convoluted plot The ending to this one too is so unsatisfyingly abrupt thanks to Aquapants Deus Ex Machina While Hitch is yet another artist who can t write, his art remains good and I enjoyed the opening issue he illustrated Tony S Daniel s art, while not his best, is also decent here with strong lines and a good eye for interesting page composition Unfortunately there s not a lot of positives about this one besides the art and almost robotic utility of the characters Justice League remains a title with a lot to be desired And back I go to now waiting for Bryan Hitch to leave the title and hopefully someone good picking it up Sniff Sniff What s that Is that a gigantic pile of SHIT OMFG It s dog shit on my e reader On noit s not that It soh my GOD GUYS It s.Justice League.What is this horseshit I just read Okay I ll be honest Issue 1 wasn t bad I was like Okay, so they doing the set up, not bad, this can be good then nope It goes nowhere It s filled with boring bad guys who look like they belong in the B reel of Watchmen You got out of character dialog from multiple characters, biggest Sniff Sniff What s that Is that a gigantic pile of SHIT OMFG It s dog shit on my e reader On noit s not that It soh my GOD GUYS It s.Justice League.What is this horseshit I just read Okay I ll be honest Issue 1 wasn t bad I was like Okay, so they doing the set up, not bad, this can be good then nope It goes nowhere It s filled with boring bad guys who look like they belong in the B reel of Watchmen You got out of character dialog from multiple characters, biggest offender is Clark and Batman I hated both of them here Oh and fuck me, what kind of anticlimactic shit was that After the horrid Darkseid War I can say this was just as bad if not worse, because it COULD have been great, and it sucked ass SKIP THIS ONE NOT.WORTH.YOUR..TIME If your new to comics and you wanna get into Justice League, go read Geoff Johns New 52 JL run As far as this one is concerned, you just keep on clicking away You can kind of see the point where DC got a firm yet polite letter from Bioware s legal team That would be sometime after Hitch stopped calling the giant, vaguely cephalopod aliens Reapers, no longer referred to them as harvesting humanity, and focusedon the indoctrinated humans For those who have not played Mass Effect, first do that, but turn the game off about fifteen minutes before the end You ll know when Then try to read this again without considering DC s legal fees The funn You can kind of see the point where DC got a firm yet polite letter from Bioware s legal team That would be sometime after Hitch stopped calling the giant, vaguely cephalopod aliens Reapers, no longer referred to them as harvesting humanity, and focusedon the indoctrinated humans For those who have not played Mass Effect, first do that, but turn the game off about fifteen minutes before the end You ll know when Then try to read this again without considering DC s legal fees The funny thing is, I actually think the book suffered from the shift Who doesn t want to see Superman punch the Reapers out And that would have been a better andcoherent storyline than this turned out to be It put me in mind of some of Hickman s weirder cosmic stories in Avengers, something that I just wasn t that big of a fan of So far, this is my least favorite Rebirth title I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review 2 stars, barely This was an overly simplistic plot that really fails to capitalize on the actual superheroes They re there, but with the exception of Aquaman, Superman, the GLs, and Cyborg, they do an awful lot of just standing around and talking At times, it feltlike the Super Friends than the Justice League. A bitconvoluted than necessary I need to be done with this New Superman story line though Fine art. Bryan Hitch is a pretty stellar artist I especially loved his work on The Ultimates, where his widescreen, cinematic approach was particularly apropos given that the what s that Hitch isn t drawing this book He s writing it Ah Well, that s different.I don t think I m being unfair or in any way insulting by saying that Bryan Hitch is a better artist than he is a writer we all have things we re better at than we are at others I, for example, make a much better speedbump than I do a contribut Bryan Hitch is a pretty stellar artist I especially loved his work on The Ultimates, where his widescreen, cinematic approach was particularly apropos given that the what s that Hitch isn t drawing this book He s writing it Ah Well, that s different.I don t think I m being unfair or in any way insulting by saying that Bryan Hitch is a better artist than he is a writer we all have things we re better at than we are at others I, for example, make a much better speedbump than I do a contributing member of society And, he s a really good artist.But, I think it s safe to say he s a MUCH better artist than he is writer.This book isn t entirely devoid of entertainment speaking of art, Tony Daniel s a pro, and it looks pretty, withthan enough money shots to make fanboy and girl mouths water that sounded way dirtier than I intended And, there are some genuinely Gosh, that Superman is a pretty inspiring guy moments that ll get the goosebumps going Side note I much prefer goosebumps to gooseflesh the former sounds kind of cute and folksy the latter sounds either erotic in a bestiality kind of way or carnivorous in an orc yelling MANFLESH kind of way That said I have basically no idea what happened nor why it happened, the characterization was surface level at best, and there were at least 17 awkward expository conversations e.g., things along the lines of I thought earthquakes normally occurred along fault lines, such as the San Andreas Fault in California it s like Justice League by way of Reading Rainbow Ultimately, it s the comics equivalent of my chest A for effort or cup size , C for execution and, in the case of my chest, concavity We ll round up from 2.5 stars It was hard to decide whether this truly deserved 2 stars To say this was a disappoijtment would be an understatement If this was the story they decided to lead the whole Rebirth initiative, then we should all be concerned The first issue, which was the one shot Rebirth issue, wasn t bad I felt the story was good and enjoyed the art I am not sure what happened between this issue and issue 1 of the title, but there was a significant decline in the story and art The basic story is that the It was hard to decide whether this truly deserved 2 stars To say this was a disappoijtment would be an understatement If this was the story they decided to lead the whole Rebirth initiative, then we should all be concerned The first issue, which was the one shot Rebirth issue, wasn t bad I felt the story was good and enjoyed the art I am not sure what happened between this issue and issue 1 of the title, but there was a significant decline in the story and art The basic story is that there are major cataclysmic events taking place throughout the world, and the Justice League needs to investigate to determine the cause These 4 large creatures emerge with a song to sing to bring an end to civilization The league is battling the environmental issues along with trying to determine the cause Eventually, Aquaman discovers these crystal zodiac statues in Atlantis which tell him, and only him, where to place these statues to counteract the destruction caused by the Giants Of course, it all works out, and the earth is saved My criticism of this story is that I felt like I didn t really care what was happening I know there is a suspension of disbelief necessary when reading comics, but I just didn t see the point of the story being told Thenl writing was choppy and stiff, and the art felt mediocre at best The heart was missing from the storyline It felt like the characters were going through the motions If you are going to write a story, then make it count It felt like any generic hero could have been placed into any one of these positions There was no need for these characters to add value or use their unique skills to solve 6h3 the problem I really hope the next set of stories have the thought and passion that this one truly lacked

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