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In issue #18, the JLI takes on former teammate Power Girl, but will they pull their punches? Meanwhile, Max Lord continues his interrogation and torture of Blue Beetle, and Batman's investigation leads him to a discovery he would never have predicted!

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Review: Generation Lost #18 0

Power Girl rages against the JLE, being utterly convinced that they're actually a corrupt JLA.   The Good I never paid much attention to Winick prior to just recently and, after putting more attention on him, I've been really digging the guy's way with dialogue and character. From the short, opening flashback to the waking nightmare Power Girl finds herself in, and then from Blue Beetle's almost-naive resilience against torture to Lord's almost-removed perspective on who's the good guy... the c...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

YAY new team member ! 0

Issue 18 of JL: GL.  The Sory: The team fights Power Girl who is having delusions that the team are evil versions of Superman,Batman,Supergirl,Hal Jordan and Starfire and Beetle is still captured and after basically using a sonic shriek PG is back on her sense's and joins the JLI.At the beginning we also get a scene were PG is trying to befriend Cap Atom.  The Good: Time and time again Judd Winick shows us that he can write great dialogue and making it funny,emotional,suspensful and natural wich...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Justice League: Generation Lost #18 0

A mentally manipulated Power Girl attacks the JLI and Max waxes maniacal while performing some most unpleasant experiments on Blue Beetle.   The Good  First of all let me applaud Arron Lopresti for his excellent work on this month's Covers. Last issue's was a smash and this issue's is no different. The Image of Captain Atom flying toward the reader, face set and ready for action is rather simple. But sometimes the simple things are the most effective. This cover has that truly iconic feel too it...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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