Review: Justice League/Power Rangers #3
By Philip Schweier
March 28, 2017 - 14:01
Writer(s): Tom Taylor
Artist(s): Stephen Byrne
Colourist(s): Stephen Byrne
Letterer(s): Deron Bennett
Cover Artist(s): Karl Kerschl
It seems only fair that since the Rangers came to “our” universe, now the Justice League must journey to theirs. Opening a hole in the fabric of space-time is dicey at best, and it will take more than the Flash’s speed to make it happen.
Stephen Byrne’s artwork is adequate, but in some instances perhaps a little off-model. It’s almost as if he hasn’t quite mastered his facial expressions. But I love the cartoony simplicity of the artwork on this project, reinforcing these events occur within the DC Animated universe. Not a bad prospect.
I am uncertain how many issues this series will be; probably the obligatory six, but the narrative has moved along at a reasonable clip, so perhaps the ending will come sooner rather than later. I don’t mind either way, so long as there is a minimum of padding.