Bryan Hitch has long been known for his skill at rendering exciting super hero action at the largest scale. And now, having recently completed a dozen issues of JUSTICE LEAGUE and ten of the pre-Rebirth JLA, he’s shown that he’s just as adept at writing it as well. Of course, the fact that he’s been partnered with Tony S.
You’d be hard pressed to find anyone with even a passing knowledge of DC Comics who doesn’t feel at least a little familiar with the Justice League of America. They are, after all, one of the most iconic and widely recognized super hero teams of all time. Their similarly named ancestor, the Justice Society of America, however, does not share the same notoriety.
In fact, there’s a decent chance this season of #DCTV might be the first time that some of you have heard of the JSA at all.
Don’t worry. If that’s the case, you are far from alone.
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What things come to mind when you think of Bryan Hitch? Big, intricately detailed panels. Massively scaled images and battle scenes. Action that blows you out of your seat. In other words, everything that makes Hitch such a perfect choice to write and draw the Justice League.