Recently, DC Comics relaunched their entire line of titles with 52 all-new #1's, basically giving readers--whether new, old or returning--a definitive starting point with which to officially jump into the DC Universe. I especially am really pumped about the whole thing. I'm really excited for these new takes on the characters and supremely thrilled at the vast and infinite storytelling possibilities inherit in this younger, more modern DCU. The whole shebang kicked off with JUSTICE LEAGUE #1, written by one of my favorite writers--and totally one of the nicest people I've ever met--Geoff Johns and penciled by one of the most talented and influential artists in the industry--and an all-around awesome dude--Jim Lee.
Now, there have been a lot of various reviews floating around. But this one is by far my favorite. Not only because I agree with the reviewer's assessment, but also because the thought of a young kid being so enthusiastic about comic books reminds me why I love the medium and am absolutely thrilled to be working in it. So, for your viewing pleasure, below, an adorable 7-year-old gives her review of JUSTICE LEAGUE #1. You might need to watch it twice, because the first time I tried, I just kept going "Awwww" at her accent and surprisingly detailed knowledge of the DC Universe.