This issue begins with Johnny Quick and Atomica destroying a few members of the Doom Patrol, and then getting bored and leaving.
Back at S.T.A.R. Labs, Victor Stone gets a remodel (a more sleek design with plenty of gear) in his new Cyborg 2.0, and then hops his way over to Maryland to meet up with Dr. Will Magnus. Cyborg is here to recruit the Metal Men, but Dr. Magnus tells him that they were a failure.
I didn't realize until I was writing the review for this book how little actually happened here. And I guess that some pretty tricky work in part of the creative team. Visuals were amazing, as usual on this book. I just felt like the conversation between Victor and his father lasted much longer than was needed. They rehashed the same points they did in the brief moments of last issue. And then they rehashed them again… And again. It did seem like filler, but I am looking forward to see what happens next in issue #28.
Justice League #27 is just average. Not good. Not bad.
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Reviewed by Corbin Pool