Orlando and Reis continue with the Microverse story in the latest issue of Justice League of America. While the previous issue had a lot of worldbuilding, or Microverse building, this is a more action oriented story, providing plenty of dynamic visuals as Batman, Lobo, and Killer Frost deal with the collapsing society in the crumbling world.
Ryan Choi gets the leading role again, as he shrinks down to try to communicate with the “god” of the Microverse. It’s a wise decision, writing-wise, as Ryan gets to show a more intelligent and compassionate side to his personality, qualities largely lacking in the teammates he brought with him.
While the story does not directly continue with the problem of which of the residents of the Microverse to trust, there appears to be more deception going on, and a helper who proves to be less than helpful.
Reis and Ferreira deliver up more visually outstanding art as they delve into the Microverse. I love the incredible, “and a little gross,” bio-ship.
Ray Palmer does finally show up, in his classic uniform, on the final page. This time it’s not a decoy tease, as it had been a couple of issues earlier.