This week on the Wal-Tor Weekly Review, we take a look at the second issues of We Stand On Guard and Civil War, as well as the Justice League: Gods And Monsters Wonder Woman one-shot. We Stand On Guard #2 Following the discovery of the Canadian free fighter group, the Two-Fours, Amber joins the team as they continue their small resistance against the American forces. Amber is lead back … Read More →
A few years before The New 52 initiative launched over at DC, James Robinson sought to tackle the Justice League in a different way. He sought to expose the difference between a league that feels like a family versus a team that truly seeks out justice. Read More →
The Amazo Virus continues it’s rapid infection as it begins to spread outside of the initial infection zone. The world is left scrambling while Batman, Superman, Lex Luthor and Wonder Woman rush to find a cure. Batman and Superman become locked in a battle against “Patient Zero” who has unique, adaptive abilities that allow him to copy any superpower he sees. Meanwhile, Lex Luthor sheds some light on as to why he created the Amazo Virus in the first place. Read More →
Picking up 24 hours after the previous issue of Justice League, the Amazo virus has been unleashed on the world and only a few members of the Justice League have been fortunate enough to avoid its effects. Batman dons an all new Hazmat suit and braves the desolate streets with an apparently impervious Superman to try and find “Patient Zero”, the key to curing everyone infected with the virus.