I view "Identity Crisis" as typical Meltzer writing...some good characters beats, like Chris said, but pretty much a lot of hype and hullabaloo with nothing being accomplished in the end. They say that Meltzer has such love for the Silver Age Justice League but this story didn't show that to me. Instead, it was a twisted version of the JLA. Granted the mind-wiping storyline was cool and retroactively fit well with the original JLA issues where they fought the Secret Society of Super-Villains, but the Dr. Light/Sue Dibny rape I could've done without. Knowing that this was behind the scenes of a story from my youth (albeit retroactively) ruined it for me. If anything, I'd rather have seen Dr. Light torture Sue instead of a sexual assault. Not that I condone either but I could see him knocking her around and terrorizing her a bit more in character with him and the SA JLA stories in general as opposed to him being a rapist. I want my super-villains to get their jollies trying to rob a bank or rule the world...not trying to get his rocks off.
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