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Justice League: Cry for Justice #1 (of 7)
By Andy Frisk
Jul 4, 2009 - 0:30

Publisher(s): DC Comics
Writer(s): James Robinson
Penciller(s): Mauro Cascioli
Inker(s): Mauro Cascioli
Colourist(s): Mauro Cascioli
Letterer(s): Steve Wands
Cover Artist(s): Mauro Cascioli
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They’re all heroes. They all want what is just, but do they need to continue to “wait for villains to do wrong and then go after them” as Hal Jordan/Green Lantern suggests that Superman feels the Justice League should, or should they “track down…all the villains, all the evil…” and “hurt them back” as Jordan himself believes? This is the debate that opens Justice League: Cry for Justice. It’s not really a debate, though. It’s more like Jordan telling Superman and Wonder Woman that he’s fed up, and instead of being a reactive hero, he’s going to run off, and form his own Justice League that is proactive. He’s not alone. Oliver Queen/Green Arrow is with him, and the ranks of Jordan’s League look to swell pretty soon, judging from the events surrounding several other heroes in this issue. They all cry for justice, and Jordan’s approach will appeal to them.

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Author:  James Robinson
Genre:  Comic Books, Comics & Graphic Novels
Publisher:  DC Comics
Date Published:  September 2009
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