Zack Snyder's Justice League recently released on HBO Max, giving us the vision that the original director had for the DCEU's premiere superhero team. The Snyder Cut added over two hours worth of footage, completely changed certain plot points, and gave the film an overall darker tone, both in content and in look. If you haven't seen the Snyder Cut and want to know if you should spend the time watching it, Dallas has written a great, spoiler-free review that clues you in on the main points of the movie without giving away the major surprises. Go read that first, then see the movie, then come here.
My first exposure to Bass Reeves was on the TV show Timeless, where it is suggested that he is the inspiration for the Lone Ranger. His story is very similar to the Lone Ranger in that he is a stand alone lawman riding a white horse who answers the call to justice against insurmountable odds. Bass Reeves is the stuff of legends
Red Rooster is a new Family Friendly Comic about a 1930's Super Hero... But how does it stand up?
In reading Unsolicited Justice, you get that 90's vibe. The hero of the story, the "Port City Protector" known as Alderman, is a self appointed judge, jury, and executioner to criminals who evade punishment. He brings these criminals to the justice they think they have escaped.
Even if you removed the dialogue from the pages, you could still "feel" what was happening in the story. Crott's use of color in storytelling is a long lost art that I wish modern-day comic artists would take the time to remember.