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DC's biweekly JUSTICE LEAGUE event continues!

In issue #15, the world blames the Justice League International for the recent Chicago death toll and the death of a hero. As our team deals with the fallout, Captain Atom returns from a dark future with information on Max Lord's ultimate plan – and Wonder Woman plays a major part in it!    
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Poor Max. 0

Issue 15 of Justice League: Generation Lost.  The Story: We have Max screaming on the top of his lungs "WHAT THE @#$% DO YOU MEAN,"WHO IS WONDER WOMAN?!"",showing that Winick is using the current status of Wonder Woman's book and new origin and in Australia the JLI found out that only Fire,Ice,Booster and Cap Atom still remember her but not Rocket and Beetle and at the end they get attacked by the Creature Commandos and Fire gets shot.  The Good: Winick using the current status of the Wonder Woa...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Review: Generation Lost #15 0

It turns out that the world has forgotten the existence of Wonder Woman, too - - though that may not actually be the result of Max Lord’s tampering. The Good Winick’s awesome. Bennet’s stellar. I’m running out of compliments and superlatives because the level of quality on this (bi-weekly!) book is so high. Refreshingly, I can just sit back and enjoy the show. It’s almost impossible to critique. I’m just thinking about how intense Captain Atom and Booster Gold’s argument was, how Rocket Re...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Justice Leaue: Generation Lost #15 0

Nate's back from the future and is very, very pissed with Max. Speaking of Max, he isn't the only one the world's forgotten. In a deliciously ironic bit of poetic justice nobody besides he and the JLI remember Wonder Woman, that's really gotta throw a big monkey wrench into his plans to you know...kill her and all.   The Good So much to love about this issue, but let's start by focusing on the writing. I'm no fan of Judd Winick, but he's been freaking electric during this series. He has a great ...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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