Justice League #51

    Justice League » Justice League #51 - First Impressions released by DC Comics on August 2016.

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    It’s a brave new world in the devastation that follows “DARKSEID WAR.”

    Note: The digital edition (6/8/2016) for this issue was released before the print edition.



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    Justice League #51 0

    Justice League #51 depicts Dick Grayson as Robin meeting the other members of the Justice League six months after they repelled Darksied in Justice League: Origin. Batman brings Robin to the Watchtower to assist after he is alerted of a Justice League level crisis. After briefing on the situation, the team heads to assist Superman, who has already began dealing with the invaders in Metropolis. This issue of Justice League serves mostly as a character develop story for a young Dick Grayson but i...

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    Joining the big leagues 0

    We travel back in time to 6 months after the 5 years previous to the New52 starting point and follow Dick Grayson on the day he meets the Justice League and helps save the world from a crisis.This is a very fun issue. Since the beginning this is full with humor (most of the time courtesy of Flash and Green Lantern which is a joy to experience again for the first time I believe since the Flash Annual way back in 2013) and its nice to see the League's fun side even if it is for a brief moment befo...

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    My Impressions 0

    This issue of Justice League is a callback to the start of the new 52, and offers a flashback story set six months before the first Justice League arc "Origins." In this mostly standalone story, Robin (Dick Grayson) joins the Justice League on a mission. The Leaguers are initially thrown off by the fact Batman had a sidekick he never told them about, but they all agree to let the boy tag along. I enjoyed how Robin was presented here. I really liked his costume, and I thought it was interesting ...

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