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Cadmus tries to add a new member to Justice League 3000. We say “tried to” because the last thing Firestorm wants to do is join what he considers to be a group of losers. It gets complicated.

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JL 3000 #5 (belated) 0

Guest artwork, YAY!MORE JUSTICE LEAGUE 3000 (because it's long overdue -- not really!) Firestorm and the Flash join the rest of the Justice League to fight against the Coveal! Written by Keith Giffen and J.M. Dematteis with guest artwork by Raymund Bermudez and Wayne Faucher.The GoodThis is probably the best issue so far (at least in my mind!) The realization of the JL finding out that they were basically killing their host's body with D.N.A. from the original Justice League was super crazy, but...

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A NO to the Guest Artwork 0

I have been reading the title since day one and found that it had a slow burn. However, as the series progressed, the story started taking shape and has become quite engaging. Part of what kept me interested was the spectacular artwork. Creating the future is not easy. I was let down by this issue with regards to the artwork. It is like when Greg Rucka and J. H. Williams III resigned from Batwoman. DON'T do that again! Thankfully the regular artists returned for the subsequent issues....

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