This is not necessarily for fans of the anime cartoon, since that show is far more about zip and flash than it is about character, but this is the foundation of what would become arguably the greatest run of superhero comics ever. Wolfman and Perez were at the top of their game and the series actually only gets better from here since Perez still hadn't reached his peak level of artistic greatness (nobody draws superheroes better) and Curt Swan (a great artist himself, but with a style incongruous with Perez) has to fill-in for a key issue. Don't base your entire opinion of the run on this because it really does get better. It's worth reading for the art, to watch the team come together, and for the key issue "A Day in the Life" where we watch heroes on their day off. If that sounds godawful to you, perhaps you need to steer clear. This is for fans of character-driven storylines and not just great action and fight scenes. (Although Wolfman and Perez are second to none in that department as well.)
This is one of the greatest comic runs of all time!
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