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The JLI has one last chance to stop the alien powerhouse known as Peraxxus before he and his SignalMen bring about the end of the world. Will the team be able to work together, or will they bear the responsibility for Earth's destruction?The JLI has one last chance to stop the alien powerhouse known as Peraxxus before he and his SignalMen bring about the end of the world. Will the team be able to work together, or will they bear the responsibility for Earth's destruction?

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A Lackluster Finish 0

Justice League International is a series that's suppose to be about a superhero team tackling larger than life or end of the world type of scenarios. In a sense it's suppose to be epic, yet it falls quite short of achieving that.  With the end of the world fast approaching, the members of the JLI are currently trapped within an inferno. Eventually they escape and then must decide how to take on Peraxxus. While reading this you just don't feel the sense of urgency from any of these characters. Th...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Okay, I'm Done 0

So we open with the giant robots destroying the planet, very slowly destroying the planet mind you but still destroying the planet, and several news stations report on the horror of these events. One guy asks: Where is Superman, Where is the Justice League? You know, that's a damn good question but we'll get to that at the end. Peraxxus sits in his ship destroying any military attempt to take out his ship and wondering why the second X in his name is necessary. The JLI have stayed alive due to B...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Too Many Jokes I Could Make For This Title 0

That cover. I could almost stop there. This is positively the worst cover of the series yet. Once again, David Finch's art style doesn't really compliment Aaron Lopresti's very well, but the one gets worse. Guy Gardner looks like the bastard child of every square jawed action hero and a monkey. Everyone is just a little too small, and seem so inconsequential to the cover. This could've been an effective style to suit the theme, but they're just TOO insignificant, I barely even remember they're o...

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