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It's the calm before the storm in issue #21. Beetle is dead, Max Lord has Checkmate and the hunt for Wonder Woman has begun. But Booster Gold has given up after losing another friend to Max Lord, and the JLI is left without a leader!

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Review: Generation Lost #21 0

The members of the loosely-reassembled JLE cope with Blue Beetle's seeming death - - and Booster takes it the hardest of all of them.   The Good It's always tough to avoid things getting maudlin in "requiem" issues like this without skipping over the necessary reactions characters need to go through. Thus, Winick pulls of a great balancing act here that, above all else, feels fitting. From Booster's avoidance to Captain Atom's existential searching to Rocket Red's almost zen-like peace about th...

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Justice League: Generation Lost #21 0

A Requiem of Jaime Reyes...  The Good This is quite possibly one of my favorite covers to ever grace this titles and saying a lot considering the high quality of the covers on this series. Once again Dustin Nguyen keeps it simple and knocks it out of the park.   Anyone who knows me knows that I hate character deaths, but even more so I abhor the pointless requiem issue/arc that's soon to follow. The grieving process is rarely captured believably to me in comics, especially considering they take ...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

The Plot Takes A Back Seat For An Issue, Which Is Just Fine 0

Generation Lost slows down for an issue, giving us a very strong issue focusing on the characters and all they have been through up to this point.  Issues like this one are really the most important to have with ongoing stories. You can have all the crazy stuff in the world happen in a story, but if you don't give the characters time to react, it gets hard to care about any of it. Judd Winick wisely gives us an issue of this after the JLI have come so close but ended up so far from getting Max L...

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