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DC's biweekly JUSTICE LEAGUE event continues! Fire has been keeping a dangerous secret from the team, and her past literally comes back to haunt her when she's forced to confront the darkest of demons!

Meanwhile, still hot on the trail of Max Lord, the former members of the Justice League International pick themselves up after their disastrous battle at Checkmate headquarters. But can they locate Max while The Dark Knight himself is hot on their trail?

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That was then, this is now. 0

Story: This issue starts off with Max receiving images from the white lantern if Max does not stop the war Magog will start. Magog agrees to terminate Max's foes. Skeet tells the team that he has located some activated cells after he was attacked. Captain Atom wants him to tell them before he ever steals information from the largest espionage organization on earth ever again. Ice is in the hall way and Fire goes out to talk to her. Ice agrees to stay with the team and they have a heart to heart ...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Review: Justice League: Generation Lost #10 0

At Batman's memory falters and Magog enters the scene, this unofficial Justice League sees the numbers of their allies decrease just as the numbers of their enemies increase. The Good The scene where Batman and Powergirl investigate Maxwell Lord only to forget what they're discussing in mid-sentence was downright spooky. I've rarely seen menace underlying a superhero so effectively outside of Morrison's Animal Man run. I really glad to see Captain Atom's role in the Kingdom Come disaster foresh...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

A fleeting memory 0

Justice League: Generation Lost has me wanting an on-going with Winick writing and either Lopresti or one of the other penciler's on the book.  Every other week I smile when I see this in my pull.  Solid, fun, interesting are just some words that I have used to describe this series to my fellow comic book fans as I entice them into giving it a go.  Most of them had read the old JLI and had no idea that they might enjoy a "modern" take on that team.  I credit Winick with making a simple concept w...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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