I like this Elseworlds twist Kinda gives us a 20th century steampunk ish rendition of our favorite superheroes. In this retro WW1 tale Alexander Lex Luthor is Superman s villainous adversary, as usual Traditional Justice League members appear in unusual garb and roles Some form strange alliances and some perish Superman puts on the ring and takes on the attributes of Green Lantern to battle the Germans in Europe and save New York from calamity Writer Adisakdi Tantimedh gives Lex an inventive big bag of tricks to serve his greed and insatiable thirst for power The art by Galen Showman and Craig Russ In this retro WW1 tale Alexander Lex Luthor is Superman s villainous adversary, as usual Traditional Justice League members appear in unusual garb and roles Some form strange alliances and some perish Superman puts on the ring and takes on the attributes of Green Lantern to battle the Germans in Europe and save New York from calamity Writer Adisakdi Tantimedh gives Lex an inventive big bag of tricks to serve his greed and insatiable thirst for power The art by Galen Showman and Craig Russell is excellent and well suited to the late nineteenth, early twentieth century time period A fun read I enjoyed the steam punk influences and the way they re imagined the Justice League. This was a great read Steampunk Justice league Or rather The League of Science Loved the dialog, art and everything I shall recommend it to some of my DC Comics, steampunk fans. I love this story Seeing the way the world would have been of the age of superheroes would have started at the turn of the century. JLA AGE OF WONDER is an Elseworlds miniseries that examines how Superman s nineteenth cenury debut turns the Industrial Revolution on its ear Using his powers to aid scientific discovery and usher in an Age of Wonder Superman forms the forward thinking League of Science But when Lex Luthor and the radical group Rage Against the Machine rise up against him, can he prevent the coming of an Age of Chaos