Identity Crisis
ISBN: 1401263135
EAN13: 9781401263133
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 9, 2016
Pages: 288
Dimensions: 0.73" H x 8.43" L x 5.85" W
Weight: 0.79 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

#1 New York Times best-selling author Brad Meltzer (The President's Shadow, House of Secrets) delivers a look into the all-too-human lives of superheroes when the spouse of a member of the Justice League of America is brutally murdered.

With one of their own dead, the entire superhero community searches for the killer, fearing their own loved ones may be the next targets. But before the mystery is fully solved, long-buried secrets of the heroes rise to the surface, threatening to tear apart and divide the heroes before they can bring the mysterious killer to justice.

Rife with mystery, intrigue and tragedy, Meltzer brings the nuance and suspense of a mystery novel to the printed page, turning our conception of the mythological Justice League on its head and showing the deep humanity in our favorite heroes. With pencils by the divine Rags Morales, Identity Crisis is one of the great tales in League lore.

Collects Identity Crisis #1-7.

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This was an amazing story. This collection had everything I wanted and more, even though DC is very hard to get into. It's worth it, but I wish DC would do more with their collection. Come on, boys! If I could find DC comics on Comixology, I would spend over 200 dollars a month. ?
   Almost an outstanding story.
What living in a super- hero world would be like in the late 20 th and early 21 st century is captured in this story. It was realistic, vivid, and well imagined. The first and second acts are fantastic. At the end of the series, it remembered that it was a comic book and that it was a mystery. The journey the characters take is realistic and well thought out, so it's worth dealing with the ending. The art was amazing. This was the greatest work of both of them. The Killing Joke is one of the greatest DC stories after theCrisis.
   Great read!
I really enjoyed this comic. It was pretty cool that Green Arrow was in it. The Deathstroke fight was really good. The story is very well written and it's definitely a page turner. One of the best stories I' ve read in a long time.
   Overrated but a good read
It is a good read, but I think it is over rated. It was very popular when it came out but now it's good. The idea was great but fades as it goes on.
   Great read, different twist on the life of a superhero.
It looks pristine. There were no cracks in the binding. I can't wait to finish it. So far, so great. The writer gets into some of the characters idealogy with the beautiful pencils. The only character that seems drawn is Superman. Black Canary looks good and it was nice to see Zatanna from the 70s again. This book takes the innocent times that I grew up in in this comic world and builds an underlying layer that no one thought of back then. You can read about a different side of comics history when you buy a copy.
   The Villains: Tragedy and Grief
The most heartbreaking story in DC's history. For the first time, the heroes and villains are more human than we are used to seeing. The loss of three people affects everyone. The fight here is not a physical one for the world, but an emotional one within us.
   Very good story
There is a very solid story telling. I didn't know a lot about the Justice League before I read the story. The twist at the end was fantastic and the mystery of what had really happened was very good. I re- read this story because it stuck with me and I am continually impressed with how the story is told. The draws are engaging.
   Identity Crisis
When it first came out, I read this series. I always tear up at the funeral scene when I re- read it. If you' re a fan of any of the comic book companies, I recommend this book.