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Justice Society of America #10

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 10 critic ratings.

Ruby’s search for her father continues, and she’ll stop at nothing to find him, even if it means killing the Huntress and destroying the Justice Society of America!

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Kindle Edition
Print Length
21 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CZPMQKWB

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  • 95

    Lyles Movie Files

    Johns’ run on JSA might be winding down, but this series doesn’t need to as there’s so many intriguing subplots at play with a very compelling and engaging cast.

  • 90

    DC Comics News

    Justice Society of America #10 brings some of the various plot elements together as Johns does appear to have something in mind for his finale with issue #12.  There are lots of elements in this run that can and deserve to be explored further.  No matter how much Johns leaves on the table when he departs, what he has included has been an example of how to write good comics by touching on history with substance and making it fun.  The art by Santucci and Janin compliments the writing perfectly.

  • 90

    Geek Dad

    With only two issues to go before Johns wraps his run here and his time at DC as a whole, there’s a lot to resolve, and I kind of wish more of this run was about the classic JSA characters and his favorites like Stargirl, instead of so many of the villains. But he’s weaving a pretty compelling story here, and one with a lot of unanswered questions. Now the only question is which of DC’s very talented writers is going to pick up the baton he’s putting down and run with it.

  • 90

    Graham Crackers Comics

    As always, writer Geoff Johns throws the kitchen sink at us with cameos and humor. Any writer that can blend in a version of the Legion of Substitute Heroes and Surtur is a genius in my book. Plus we learn a few new things about Hawkman which are interesting and tragic all at the same time. And how about that double page Legion spread as a cliffhanger! This is good stuff

  • 85

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    Overall, Justice Society of America #10 is a well-written and introspective chapter that sets the stage for an epic JSA saga. Pick it up if you’re a fan of the Justice Society and enjoy character-driven superhero stories. If you’re looking for a more action-packed adventure, you might want to wait for the next issue.

  • 80

    Dark Knight News

    There is definitely some hard choices to be made, Justice Society of America #10 makes it clear that nothing is off the table as we move forward. I look forward to seeing what effects will result from what is happening with the JSA and Helena Wayne.

    Right now, as a reader, I cannot predict what will happen next and that is rare indeed. I WANT to know what is coming and that is part of the draw of this series. It has reopened the door for many characters to be remembered and introduced. I look forward to seeing where the pathways all lead.

  • 75

    AIPT

    Seeing the JSA in action is exciting, but this issue reads too quickly, leaving you with quite the build-up of emotions. The rift between the team concerning the Golden Age Legionnaire has such potential for character drama, but it is cut short by the cliffhanger ending. Hopefully, the following two issues will be rich and timely so that the New Golden Age can end this arc on a high note.

  • 72

    Weird Science DC Comics

    Justice Society Of America #10 is a short and sweet chapter to show how well (or not) young Mordru is acclimating to life as a member of the JSA. Geoff Johns gives readers an enjoyable mix of action, surprises, emotional beats, and at least one wow moment, but the long delays between issues, and the jarring art change mid-issue is a downer.

  • 70

    You Don't Read Comics

    It’s going to be more difficult for many people to follow. But it’s still really fun. There is such an intensity of activity that goes into every single page in the issue that it just feels like it could’ve been a handle better, but it doesn’t feel as awkward as the larger group scenes in so many of the mega crossovers that DC has put to the page in the past, including about Crisis they’ve ever published. Johns knows what he’s doing, but what he’s doing is for a decidedly smaller subset of the comic book reading public than most mainstream comics.

  • 60

    ComicBook.com

    Whatever comes next as the story prepares its climax, it’s already apparent that this bildungsroman has uncovered what’s best in Batman’s supporting cast and is capable of presenting those ideas with unparalleled style.

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