Awesome re-designs on the costumes man. Although I kinda agree with Holycrap1992 about Cyborg being in Justice League. Maybe it's becuz I'm an old school TEEN TITANS fan and not a huge New 52 fan. That being said, great work man
*Gasp* What's this? Martian Manhunter on the Justice League? Who will be the unnecessarily crowbared-in token black guy(which is the only reason, that I can think of, for Cyborg being a "founding member" of the new52's League.)?!?
Really? I don't think he was unnecessarily crow-barred in at all - he's a character born out of technological advances, and brings a lot to the table; character-wise and story-wise. These characters and their stories are meant to reflect the issues and problems of modern day society, and who better than Cyborg? In this day and age, you can't really do anything without a computer, and we've all become so dependent on our devices. Cyborg, in my opinion, represents that issue. He's a GREAT addition to the team, and honestly it's not like Martian Manhunter has been abandoned. He's with the "Justice League of America" from what I understand. That's perfect! The Justice League's alien ambassador is Superman, and the Justice League of America's alien ambassador is Martian Manhunter .
Nope, that never happened. But what about this, man? He starts off with the Justice League, being mentored and trained by the greats, and later joins the Titans to lead them! That seems like a more natural progression to me (just a suggestion mind you). This is a new timeline though, so anything is possible. In the New 52, Vic Stone was never with the Titans, and his transformation into Cyborg was the result of an alien invasion that brought together the founding Justice League members. His character has been re-contextualized to fit the new timeline, and it can be a bit confusing, but seeing that he literally turns into Cyborg in the starting issues of Justice League, there is plenty of room for character growth. I'll also mention that it's a very "young" Justice League - meaning they were band together for the first time, at the end of the first volume. Case in point, it's a new world, new time, so throw all your preconceived notions of these characters out the window, and try to read these new stories with a fresh state of mind. If you can't, then...well, just go read the older comics. I recommend those from the late 70's and 80s! So awesome!
I actually like the take on Barry Allen. It's refreshing to see him trying to prove that Mr.West doesn't know s*it about Mr.Allen killing Nora and trying to figure out who did. Presumably Thawne. I also don't mind the fact that now Aquaman doesn't give a d**n about percieved lameness. What I don't like is the Superman take he's not supposed to be too dark, he's the optimistic guy, however they did say that the Superman we are used to did finally have a Superboy with Lois Lane. So i'm fine with that.