I like Super-Heroes. But for movies, I tend to be Marvel over DC, but my heart will always belong to Adam West, Burt Ward, Frank Gorshin, Julie Newmar, Burgess Meredith and Cesar Romero. Yes, 1960’s Batman with all the BAM! POW! And KRACK! I will always have a soft sport for DC characters. And in We Are the Justice League by DC Comics/Random House, your child (grades first to (lower) third grade) can be introduced or continue their love.
Included in We Are the Justice League! (DC Justice League) are a handful of stories that give you an introduction to some of the Justice League heroes. They focus on the more popular DC characters or the ones who have movies (Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman, The Flash and old school Aquaman). Each story is the hero telling about themselves (Basically: “I am Batman, and this is what I wear and what I do. Plus, these are some of the people around me). The stories are of stereotypical themes and artwork.
The art is basic. Just brightly colored illustrations with the modern look and feel of the new cartoons and movies. However, as mentioned there is the old school, blond Aquaman and not Jason Momoa. I am not sure if this would be confusing to the modern child, but I was fine with seeing the blond haired, green suit, no tats hero. Of course, there are all the modern equipment and costumes of the other characters. And the queen of Atlantis does resemble the other books I have currently seen.
Overall, this is a collection of stories for the Superhero fan grades higher reading kindergarteners to low third grade.