Justice League #27 Review

by @Ice_pick on Jan 23, 2014

Cyborg 2.0: Built with a new style with a lot of flavor of the old.

The Good

What I loved about Justice League #27 is the combination of fast paced storytelling done by Johns and Reis. While the story did not totally stand alone from the Forever Evil crossover it did do a good job focusing on the core members of the team,Cyborg. We learn that Cyborg has accepted his role of being different and being a super hero.Vic also has closure with his father and his father's guilt for putting him in the suit.After Vic is rebuilt he goes on a quest to find Doctor Magnus and will lead up ultimately to the relaunch of the Metal Men.

The Not So Good

The Story leads of Johnny Quick and Atomica fighting and defeating two members of Doom Patrol which felt kind of unnecessary in this story.

The Bottom Line

If you are a fan of Cyborg and want to find out how he gets his new costume definitely check it out.If you are interested in this as your jumping on point I would highly recommend reading the Trinity War Issues and Forever Evil story line before picking this issue up.

3.5 / 5
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Justice League #27
Released January 22, 2014
Writer Geoff Johns
Artist Ivan Reis
Cover Artist Ivan Reis

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