The Justice League vs Suicide Squad mini-series begets a new Justice League of America for DC Comics Rebirth.
Four of its cast get one-hots in January 2016 at the same time as Justice League vs. Suicide Squad begins to wrap up.
This week The Ray got the spotlight.
DC Comics Rebirth Spoilers and Review follow for Justice League Of America: The Ray: Rebirth #1.
Ray Terrill has been deprived of darkness for most of his childhood, despite a few accidents and incidents, where he rays of light started to crack through his skin scaring classmates.
He comes of age as a hispanic homosexual looking for his place in the world.
The light at night causes him to explode and turn invisible…
…a four-year fate.
A childhood friend is running for Mayor; he is visually impaired and gay as well.
A Sons of Liberty, a seemingly white terrorist group, has an acolyte attack the mayor.
Ray breaks from free from is invisibility and…
…makes the terrorist invisible and intangible. Ray brings him back humiliated and naked.
Ray is back and accepts his role as…
…a happy hero.
Three of four JLA Rebirth one-shots done. They all have left like light popcorn fair. Ray Rebirth #1 is no different. It is a potentially dark story about an optimistic young man. Entertaining. So-so art and engaging story. 6.5 out of 10.
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