Justice League stories require big, imaginative threats, and this qualifies, and it’s different from the usual fare of super-villains and hostile aliens. The enemy here is the loss of faith in objective reality, which in the DC Universe, naturally, will have sci-fi/fantasy repercussions.
Most important, the danger comes about in a character-based way, as Wonder Woman doubts her magical golden lasso when it offers up competing truths during a delicate situation, one with no tidy answers. Wonder Woman had recently lost her mother, and grief is clouding her judgment.
The issues serve up a worthwhile message: No one has infallible judgment, but truth is truth. We have to respect the truth, or else the moon will turn into cheese and people might die.
The More You Know.
Writer: Joe Kelly
Penciler: Doug Mahnke
Inker: Tom Nguyen
Publisher: DC Comics
How to Read It: back issues; Comixology; included in JLA: Golden Perfect (TPB)
Appropriate For: ages 11 and up