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JLA Classified, Vol. 5: Kid Amazo! (JLA Classified #5)

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JLA: KID AMAZO is a stimulating tale of family heritage and individual independence. With the ability to imitate all the powers of the members of the JLA, the demented construct named Amazo has loomed as the Justice League's greatest foe for many years. Fueled by an inextinguishable abhorrence for Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and the rest of their compatriots, Amazo has ...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published January 2nd 2008 by DC Comics (first published January 1st 2004)
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Brad
May 15, 2008 Brad rated it liked it
Shelves: comics, dc, teenagers
Amazo, an android that mimics the Justice League's powers, has a half-robot, half-human son. Like his dad, he's supposed to hate Superman and his superfriends, but he chooses to rebel against his programming. If he can't learn to love Batman, what hope do any of us have at fighting our upbringing or destiny.
You can separate the strengths and weaknesses of the book by splicing the title at its colon (ouch!). The Justice League add absolutely nothing to the book. Peter Milligan doesn't capture the
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Gregory
Jun 22, 2015 Gregory rated it it was ok
Kid Amazo! collects issues 37-41 of JLA: Classified. The idea is that Amazo (a super-villain that I am wholly unfamiliar with, but is a cyborg with the powers of each JLA member) has created a son that he's named Kid Amazo! Kid Amazo was implanted with memories that made him believe that he is a regular High School student, with a unique obsession with Friedrich Nietzsche and his idea of an Ubermensch. The main plot follows Kid Amazo as he fights between his programming and his free-will as a ...more
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Feb 27, 2011 Brendan Howard rated it really liked it
This one tried to do something more with the famous heroes, focusing on a new super villain who could turn good or bad. Superficial but entertaining play with Nietzschean philosophy. Good development of the character.
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Aug 21, 2015 Hannah Givens rated it really liked it
Particularly liked how Batman was the one pushing to give Kid Amazo a chance, just like he refused to tamper with Dr. Light before.
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Peter Milligan is a British writer, best known for his work on X-Force / X-Statix, the X-Men, & the Vertigo series Human Target. He is also a scriptwriter.

He has been writing comics for some time and he has somewhat of a reputation for writing material that is highly outlandish, bizarre and/or absurd.

His highest profile projects to date include a run on X-Men, and his X-Force revamp that relau
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