The Man Behind the Curtain last edited by Symlen on 05/15/18 09:24AM View full history

DC's biweekly JUSTICE LEAGUE event continues! In issue #20, all of the pieces are finally in place, and Max Lord's ultimate plan finally reveals itself. This is a special can't-miss issue featuring Max Lord's origin and the reason he's made it his life's work to snuff out metahumans, aliens and the entire Super Hero community.    
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Max Lord Explained 0

The focus finally narrows in on Maxwell Lord in a story that does an excellent job of exploring who he is and why he now does the things he does. It gives the answers to how the man readers knew from JLI could become the man who murdered Ted Kord in the OMAC Project and chillingly does so as he stands over the body of another Blue Beetle in the present.  Judd Winick presents a very understandable portrayal of Max Lord as a man who was driven to be a manipulator of others from a young age to the ...

10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

When fighting powerful people, good people will always get hurt. 0

  One of DC's greatest villains, and what he does might be explained within this issue as it takes you into his successful and depressing life. Simply amazing…..   One of the most mysterious characters within the DC universe who’s managed to be placed within a major role after Blackest Night, Maxwell Lord has became one successful highlight within the Brightest Day event. Among other villains who are sharing their spotlight, Justice League: Generation Lost has managed to not only involve Maxwell...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Justice League: Generation Lost #20 0

The makings of the monster that is Maxwell Lord  The Good  Dustin Nguyen once again kills the cover. Love the old school Star Wars poster vibe it gives off. One of my favorite covers in this series.  Before this title Max Lord was one of those one and done villains who I felt had so much potential if written properly. I was very intrigued when I saw him amongst the resurrected at the end of Blackest Night. Judd Winick has done a superb job of taking this C list DC villain and making him a truly ...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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