Title: Justice League #7
Writer: Bryan Hitch
Artist: Jesus Merino
Inker: Andy Owens
Colorist: Adriano Lucas
Lettering: Richard Starkings and Comicraft
Publisher: DC Comics
Release Date: October 19, 2017
The Justice League is back in the second installment of State of Fear story arc. Superman wants to kill Batman, Jessica and The Flash have the worst date in the history of the DCU and Aquaman and Wonder Woman want to talk diplomacy on how they could unite the kingdoms, creating a dictatorship.
All this stems from their fight with the Red Lantern Corps and the infection of Jessica Cruz’s Green Lantern ring. Fear has brought forth everything they have been scared of and that fear is what could tear the team apart. Simon Baz doesn’t believe he belongs anywhere and Cyborg sees himself as a monster.
This is most of a filler issue as comics have gone over these long story arcs and I would like to read the complete graphic novel version as these little filler issues between 6 and 12 might drag on. Luckily, Justice League is a bi-weekly book and we won’t have to wait long to see where Hitch, Merino and the crew takes us.
Justice League #7 helps us understand all the character’s fears with only progresses the story at a snail’s pace.