Justice League #1

    Justice League » Justice League #1 - Justice League, Part One released by DC Comics on October 2011.

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    Justice League, Part One last edited by nananightwing13 on 04/19/22 11:41AM View full history

    Comics superstars Geoff Johns and Jim Lee make history! In a universe where super heroes are strange and new, Batman has discovered a dark evil that requires him to unite the World Greatest Heroes!


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    3.9 stars

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    Does the Justice League have a Battlecry? 0

    Batman is chasing an alien or a monster. Green Lantern, a cocky, self-absorbed hero, helps him. Together, they investigate this seemingly intergalactic mystery and they decide to go ask other aliens on Earth.  The Good Adventure: The book finally has a sense of adventure again. It's not just a bunch of heroes who have known each other for what seems millennia and just sit about in their big tower or satellite or cave and wait for the next alien so that they may go and punch it in the face. So wh...

    15 out of 16 found this review helpful.

    A Perfect Start 0

    As a disclaimer, I am one of the hardcore DC fanboys. I make no secret of the fact that I am a reader that would follow Geoff Johns wherever he goes. My excitement for the New 52 is palpable.  With that in mind, my expectations for this issue were naturally rather high, and despite this I was pointedly impressed by this first outing. From that first panel, the visual element of the artistic team drew me in and reminded me of my first days as a comic book reader, awestruck in the wonder that thes...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Old school fun with a bold, fresh feel. Fantastic! 0

    The biggest obstacle facing Justice League #1 was the massive amount of hype surrounding it. It has been heralded as the foundation that the entire New 52 world is built upon. DC put together the super creative team of Geoff Johns and Jim Lee to handle the book. It had an entire week where the spotlight was only on it (well, and Flashpoint #5). In other words, it was built up by expectations that it couldn't possibly meet. Or could it?  Let me just say it, I loved this issue and if this is any ...

    9 out of 10 found this review helpful.
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