JLA: Heaven's Ladder

JLA Heaven s Ladder The forces of the Justice League of America including Batman Superman Wonder Woman and the Flash face a threat beyond imagination in this all new graphic novel The entire planet Earth has been stole

  • Title: JLA: Heaven's Ladder
  • Author: Mark Waid Bryan Hitch Paul Neary
  • ISBN: 9781563897535
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Paperback
  • The forces of the Justice League of America including Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and the Flash face a threat beyond imagination in this all new graphic novel The entire planet Earth has been stolen by a race of aliens who collect worlds from throughout the universe To free the Earth from the aliens clutches, the Leaguers first must learn why a super intelligent raceThe forces of the Justice League of America including Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and the Flash face a threat beyond imagination in this all new graphic novel The entire planet Earth has been stolen by a race of aliens who collect worlds from throughout the universe To free the Earth from the aliens clutches, the Leaguers first must learn why a super intelligent race would commit such heinous crimes What the heroes discover embroils them in a mission to answer the profound mysteries that elude even the most super advanced lifeforms in the universe.

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      Mark Waid Bryan Hitch Paul Neary

    About Author

    1. Mark Waid born March 21, 1962 in Hueytown, Alabama is an American comic book writer He is best known for his eight year run as writer of the DC Comics title The Flash, as well as his scripting of the limited series Kingdom Come and Superman Birthright, and his work on Marvel Comics Captain America.

    One thought on “JLA: Heaven's Ladder

    1. This was a tabloid sized book, and as a rule I find these awkward and a little hard to handle so that was working against it from the start.I will say the art is gorgeous It was nice to see Bryan Hitch s art at a larger size where the detail can be better seen However, I was very disappointed in the story It dealt with a group of aliens attempting to create Heaven , and as such they had planted sleepers all over the galaxy in order to gather information on what various cultures thought about the [...]



    2. Bryan Hitch is one of my favorite artists, and I had a copy of this somewhere Found it at HPB recently and repurchased it Still holds up, and the writing if well done and I love how the different characters are actually different and I love the discussion of their different religious views But Hitch s art really is what does it for me.


    3. Very big and cool idea, but ended up being too wordy and boring I got to a point where I just wanted it to end, which is never good.



    4. An utterly bonkers premise with amazing artwork that can only be told in an oversized book Don t expect any kind of logic or adherence to any laws of physics in the story In many ways it reminds me of the Dr Who episode where planets are kidnapped to power a huge doomsday machine not sure which came first And for those people who screamed, oh come on at the scene where the TARDIS tows the Earth through hyperspace well sorry, but there s pretty much a scene like that every other page here.Happily [...]


    5. Le do dentro del Integral Integral que sac Planeta.La premisa de Waid es muy buena una raza de seres ancestrales los primeros que aparecieron tras el big bang que no sabe c mo reaccionar ante su inminente muerte, algo que jam s experimentaron La puesta en escena de Hitch es dign sima dibujando a los personajes humanos o humanoides es muy bueno, logra transmitirles bastante energ a y movimiento cuando es necesario y dibujando todo lo que sea planetas y maquinolas gigantes es mejor todav a, todo m [...]


    6. Wow What amazing art Everyone should flip through this if they get the chance They shouldn t however read it Mark Waid, who I really enjoy, writes a meaningless story in which he plays with the ideas of the afterlife in the DC Universe However, everyone reading this knows there is nothing at stake if they can follow the complex and drivel filled plot It seems like Waid just wanted to tell what certain heroes believe in, which doesn t have any effect on anything Like I said, the art by Bryan Hitc [...]


    7. Oh man, what a treat It had been ages since I read this and found it while moving some boxes in my house I remember that I had liked when way back when but I have to say that I did not remember what it was about and how great it really was Hitch s art is stunning, as are the colors that DePuy s colors.This doesn t have as much action as Morrison s JLA It just has a bit characterization than Morrison s he decided that that part should be addressed in the heroes own books But it has some great di [...]


    8. i had a hard time deciding if to give this a 3 or a 2 star, it has a confusing beginning but then it becomes a close look at the thoughts of all the superheros in the DC universe on what happens when you die and faith, which is extremely interesting yet then the ending ends up becoming ridiculous and ends with a strange battle that is full of one liner shouting this book had a hope of becoming a really great graphic novel but it falls apart in its rush to get there Also the art is ok at parts bu [...]


    9. Oversized book about an ancient race who is suddenly faced with mortality and steals tons of planets to get a shared idea of what exactly heaven is Yes, they steal planets They have some really really really big equipment, and Earth is nothing than what we consider bacteria to be.Of course, the JLA manages to get their attention and save the day Nothing is really wrong here, but nothing really blew my mind either It s sadly not very memorable The art is fantastic, and the oversized nature of th [...]



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