Friday, January 27, 2017

Comic Book Review: Justice League of America: The Ray Rebirth #1


Writer Steve Orlando uses Justice League of America: The Ray Rebirth #1 as a vehicle to explore one man's journey from troubled childhood into heroic adulthood. It's also a lesson to many that sometimes we can choose to use what we might consider to be a curse and turn it into a gift. Stephen Byrne's artwork carries the reader through the tale and offers an exciting interpretation of the lead character.


In Justice League of America: The Ray Rebirth #1, Ray Terrill is locked indoors and raised in the dark. He's told his medical condition could be fatal to himself and anyone he meets. Ray is dangerous. A freak. Broken. Or is he…?


Justice League of America: The Ray Rebirth #1 is rated T for Teen. It contains, violence and profanity. There's really nothing too disturbing or frightening found in the issue.

Justice League of America: The Ray Rebirth #1 is available now in print and digital editions.

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