Collects Justice League of America's Vibe issues #1-10
This volume (which is the complete collection of all of the New 52 issues of "Vibe") started out really strong. I was drawn into Cisco Ramon's origin story, and loved the "early days of Peter Parker" feel that I was getting from the book. A few issues in, though, things started to lose traction. Vibe is working with A.R.G.U.S. and the JLA, but the reader is constantly being show that we can't trust A.R.G.U.S. (an organization that takes "doing it for the greater good" to the extreme). It is hard to get behind Vibe when he is on missions because we don't believe in the cause that he has (inadvertently and unknowingly) joined up with.
In an attempt to spice things up, the writer has to bring in guest appearances from characters like Kid Flash and the Suicide Squad.
Things start to get good again in the middle when Cisco discovers a startling family secret, but the book totally goes off the rails following that revelation.
I am usually a sucker for stories that transverse the Multiverse, but this one just didn't do it for me.
I'm not the first person to point this out, but the comic suffered from multiple writers over its short 10-issue run. Plot threads were dropped or totally changed. The series starts off strong being co-written by Geoff Johns and Andrew Kreisberg, but it starts feeling a little off when Sterling Gates takes over on the third issue. It is Gates who writes the series until it is cancelled after Issue 10.