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“THE EXTINCTION MACHINE” Chapter One

The oceans rise. The earth quakes. And an ancient power rises to reclaim not just the world, but the universe itself—and not even the combined might of the Justice League can stop it. An all-new era begins with this epic by comic book legend Bryan Hitch (JLA, The Ultimates) and master storyteller Tony S. Daniel (BATMAN: R.I.P., DEATHSTROKE).

List of covers and their creators:

CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverTony Daniel & Tomeu Morey1
VarVariant CoverYanick Paquette & Nathan Fairbairn4
REAspenStore.com San Diego Comic-Con Exclusive Variant CoverMichael Turner5
REAspenStore.com San Diego Comic-Con Exclusive Variant Sketch CoverMichael Turner6
REFried Pie Exclusive Variant CoverGary Frank7
REFried Pie Exclusive Variant Sketch CoverGary Frank8
REMidtown Comics Exclusive Variant CoverTerry Dodson & Rachel Dodson2
REMidtown Comics Exclusive Variant Sketch CoverTerry Dodson3
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This was terrible. 0

Rarely, do I ever find a comic book that I think is terrible. I really wanted to like this issue, I love the Justice League, and I wanted to see the series improve after a very weak Rebirth special but this issue was, in my opinion, even more poorly constructed than that disappointment. I don't know what Bryan Hitch is doing here, but I'm already thinking DC needs to get this book away from him. A high-profile series like the main Justice League title deserves much better than this. There is on...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

JL vs mother nature 0

What a great improvement from the Rebirth issue and a good way to start this story.Right from the start we jump right into the main story, major earthquakes happening around the globe and the League having their hands full. The premise of the JL going against an enemy they cant fight like these natural disasters was intriguing and I wish it was developed as the main plot at least one more issues before it being revealed not to be the main threat and that something more is happening as it usually...

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