starkiller809's Justice League #6 - Justice League, Part Six; Pandora review

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The Last Stand

Geoff Johns and Jim Lee have been leading up to this issue. After fighting a couple of Parademons, the Justice League have now managed to get to the main threat. Now, how will the Justice League take out Darkseid? 
Jim Lee is is a great artist and this is another great job for him. The way that he draws character he gives them all emotions that you feel for the character. He is also really good at drawing splash pages, and I really like seeing them in his books. The story actually picks up in this issue. We get to see the whole Justice League take on Darkseid and they all get a chance to shine. The story is actually very good and it has a lot of character moments that are great to look at. The backup story also really got me excited for what is going to happen next. 
I really like the story, but I think that this has been done before. I also really didn't like how fast this issue went by. I think they could have cut out some of the fights with the Parademons, so this could be a lot cooler. I also really don't like how Hal Jordan didn't want to be a team. I think that it would be Batman that didn't want to be a team but it was Hal. I'm getting tired of seeing Hal being sorta funny. It's not and getting annoying to me. 
THE VERDICT: 4.5/5 (Amazing) 
Justice League is a great comic. Lots of action and the art is great. It also has one of the best creative teams that could be assembled currently. It's fun to read and it has some great character moments. I would suggest that anyone who likes a good and fun read to get this book. I also think that if anyone who likes these characters should read this because this issue is a much better at focusing on all the characters instead of two. 

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