Comic Review: Justice League of America: The Atom Rebirth #1 (DC Comics)

In a world full of larger than life heroes, Ryan Choi must become the universe’s smallest hero. Having wanted nothing but to attend Ivy university and study with the legendary […]

In a world full of larger than life heroes, Ryan Choi must become the universe’s smallest hero.

Having wanted nothing but to attend Ivy university and study with the legendary Dr. Palmer since he was a child, Ryan Choi finds himself being more than just a research assistant. Being pushed to the brink of his intelligence and ingenuity by the one and only Atom, Ryan rises to (and surpasses) every challenge placed in front of him. So when the Atom goes missing, there is only one man ready to take the mantle!

A great read with beautiful writing and artwork that makes a world hidden from the naked eye into a sprawling universe with peril at every corner. Ryan Choi is given a splendid origin as Ray Palmer tests him at every turn. Will Ryan’s training and tact pay off when he himself must become the Atom? The way Dr. Palmer has made it sound, he doesn’t have any other options. Another fantastic Rebirth title!

 

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