Justice Society of America #52

by Alan Rapp on July 5, 2011

in Comics

justice-society-52-coverHonestly, I haven’t picked up an issue of Justice Society of America in quite some time. Although I was a fan of the previous volume of the series penned by Geoff Johns, this current take on the world’s first super-team never really held my interest, especially once the JSA was split into two separate teams.

So what caught my interest in this month’s issue? Only an appearance by one of the greatest comic book characters of all-time. No, I’m not talking about the Challengers of the Unknown, I’m talking about Captain Carrot! Oh yeah!

The story itself follows Mr. Terrific dealing with the loss of his intellect at the hands of Richard Lusk, a psychotic fan of the original Mr. Terrific, and a secret giant door under Monument Hall City Hall which the other members of the JSA investigate with the help of the Challengers.

It’s not a great issue, but it does have a cameo from a rabbit super-hero (who it appears as a children’s character from some kind of Sesame Street knock-off). This one’s strictly or fans of JSA, Challengers, or the Zoo Crew.

[DC, $2.99]

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