Classic super-heroic action gets a paint job in the miniseries Justice. It’s the Justice League of America vs. the Legion of Doom with painted art by Alex Ross, so you know it’s going to be a visual treat.
While there’s a lot to love, the art is the star here, as it lends suitable grandeur to some of the most recognizable superheroes and villains (and plenty of lesser-known ones). Story-wise, each character is true to his or her essence, and heroes and villains both get the attention they deserve. Plus, there’s no elaborate continuity bogging things down. If you haven’t read a DC comic in years, you can pick this up and your inner child will have a grand time.
And after you read, you can go back and admire the meticulous craftsmanship apparent in each panel.
Writer: Jim Krueger
Painter: Alex Ross
Penciler: Doug Braithwaite
Publisher: DC Comics
How to Read It: back issues; Comixology; included in Justice volumes 1-3 (TPB)
Appropriate For: ages 12 and up