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Subj: Justice League of America - Rebirth #1: Uhh... WTH is a TRIBB?
Posted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 at 07:10:44 am EST (Viewed 386 times)

Justice League of America - Rebirth 01 (2017)

No comments yet? Not that weird - or damning actually for this... understated relaunch. Weirdly my immediate question is: What the heck (pseudo-slang) is a TRIBB?

Otherwise, it's good to see a more classic interpretation on Lobo. It seemed appropriate that he was not intimidated by Atom's formula given his interstellar travel/contract history. Here is me agreeing with some positive reviews online...

> >>>The Batman Universe - Paul Selby: In summary, a solid start.
Yup. Pretty much.

> >>>Comic Book Bin - Deejay Dayton: This has been so well constructed, a great grouping of old and new Leaguers, set up through an excellent miniseries and some very good one shots.
Other than minor Black Canary continuity/motivation trepidation... on the other hand the dynamic setting up between her an Lobo is a huge entertainment wellsource. Good organic followup from Suicide/JL Event. Looks like Killer Frost is going to be the Marvel's Rogue (circa UXM171) of the group - which might also mandate a name change.

> >>>Comicosity - Matt Santori: A true rebirth not just of the League itself, but of that giddy excitement and intellectual curiosity I had as pre-teen holding [other] great [premieres].
Well, some of 'em fer sher.

> >>>GWW - Paul Tracy: Stay tuned to see how earth's new defenders manage to coexist and what threats they will have to band together to face.
This better be dealt with ASAP - if not issue #2!

> >>>Comic Book Revolution - Kevin: Justice League of America: Rebirth #1 firmly establishes who all the members of the team are and what their mission statement is.
Kind of an Occupy Avengers done right. It's great to finally catch up post-Convergence on the new statuses of every member besides Canary. Smart way to recycle the "old Cave" too.

> >>>Multiversity Comics - Tyler J Brown: Deserving of the hype, this book provides an exciting new direction for one of DC's flagship teams.
Not perfect but don't even believe this series was given enough hype.

> >>>Comicsverse - A. Chowder: The rebirth issue falls short on plot, relying on boring recruitment agenda. The characters and art, however, are what makes this issue entertaining.
Quite nice art and enjoyable personality presentation. And not that boring - more "calculated" which is actually all about Batman. Great spot-on cover.

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