With the DC reboot, the company took a bit of a step backwards in expanding the Justice League family tree, similarly extending their line as they did with the old JLI and JLE books. Justice League Dark (JLD) adds a bit of a twist to the concept, bringing together many of the DCU's notable magicians, sorcerers and mystics to tackle the world's biggest magic-based threats. What happens though when DC's brightest heroes fall short of stopping a threat like a deranged, positively insane Enchantress? Who are you going to call? John Constantine, Deadman, Shade, Madame Xanadu and Zatanna, that's who.
This week we're also taking a look at another of the new DC 52 number ones, this time the Emerald Archer himself, Green Arrow. Coming off a tumultuous year in the life of Oliver Queen, the series has been rebooted, taking Oliver Queen back to a location he's not been in some time. Intrigued? Then read forth.
As Brightest Day concluded, so did J.T. Krul's run on the title as of issue 12. Writer James Patrick joins Agustin Padilla as the new creative team behind Green Arrow, so let's see how this new team stacks up to the past year of Green Arrow stories.
Writer: Paul Cornell Artist: Kenneth Rocafort (p. 1-10, 18-20), Jesus Merino (p.11-17) Colours: Brad Anderson Letterer: Rob Leigh Cover: Kenneth Rocafort; Dan Jurgens and Andrew Dalhouse (variant) Publisher: DC comics This week I’m looking at Action Comics #901, which…