Justice League #50

    Justice League » Justice League #50 - Darkseid War Conclusion: Death and Rebirth released by DC Comics on July 2016.

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    Darkseid War Conclusion: Death and Rebirth last edited by The_Kidd on 11/28/21 01:32PM View full history

    This is it!! The massive, 48-page conclusion to the critically-acclaimed “DARKSEID WAR” can hardly be contained between two covers! Don’t miss the final fates of the world’s greatest heroes and villains, along with world-changing revelations for Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. It doesn’t get bigger than this as DC’s monthly super hero event comic sets the stage for the next year and beyond!

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverJason Fabok & Brad Anderson1
    VarVariant CoverJohn Romita Jr. (p), Scott Hanna (i) & Alex Sinclair (c)3
    2ndSecond Printing CoverJason Fabok & Brad Anderson2

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    Justice League #50 0

    Justice League #50 is the conclusion to the Darksied War storyline that started in Justice League with issue #40. The storyline has really been a blast to read and Geoff Johns doesn't pull any punches with the conclusion. The story feels very much like a large mult-book event despite only taking place in Justice League.The conclusion to story brings many surprises twists that will have most likely have continous effects on the DCU in the years to come. Wonder Woman continues her narrative in thi...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    A war's end 0

    I would like to start saying that this issue was awesome and as the last of a 10 (more if you count the tie-ins) part storyline it did an awesome job. Since the beginning it was ambicious, it was entertaining, it was BIG, and this last issue doesn't let us down and bring us a great finish. If you are reading this review to know if this single issue is worth your money and time, or if it is a decent conclusion to a big story I would simply say YES, go read it now; but if you're more interested in...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    The Darkseid Wart is the anti-Final Crisis 0

    Originally published at The Hub City ReviewLast week, I praised Max Landis’ American Alien as the best Superman story since All-Star. I’d been comparing the two purely with respect to quality, and only afterwards had learned that Landis had said at a convention panel prior to the series launch that he’d intended American Alien as “the anti-All-Star Superman.” It evidently ruffled some feathers at the time, but in retrospect that exactly how the series turned out. Bo...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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