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DC's biweekly JUSTICE LEAGUE event continues here! The heroes of the once-great Justice League International - Booster Gold, Captain Atom, Fire and Ice - have reteamed in order to stop a threat to all mankind. But will the heroes of the DCU take this group of misfits seriously? And what happens when Blue Beetle - a new hero with an old legacy - joins the team? And whose side is he really on? Be here to find out!
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Better Than Brightest Day? I Think So 0

Back in the day, the Justice League International helped make me a Marvel fan. I really didn't care for the team at all. Now, a book starring them is working its way up to being one of my favorite DC comics.  In this issue, we see through Fire how Maxwell Lord has completely isolated and discredited the team in the minds of the rest of the world. Even Checkmate has succumbed to his manipulation. It's great seeing Taleb Beni Khalid again, and the writing team of Giffen and Winick do a good job re...

12 out of 12 found this review helpful.

Beetle Mania 0

 I will not be breaking down the issue in deep detail but  spoilers still will be found so you are  warned.       The 3rd issue of DC's other Bi-weekly Maxi (read that as 26 issues long) series has arrived and at my LCS I was one of about 20 people that ordered it and it was not heavily stocked.  Brightest Day by comparison has a stack on the shelf every other week for those who didn't pre-order it and a stack for pulls.  So this is the red-headed step child of the two.  Many dismissed the ser...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Review: Justice League: Generation Lost #3 0

Fire finds her old Checkmate allies turn on her while the rest of the unofficially-reformed JLI fend off a horde of OMACs.  The Good Mind wipes and "restart buttons" have been used a lot in comics lately (I'm thinking, specifically, of Iron Man purging his own memories and Brand New Day) but the angle Winick using here is really compelling. I got a good Philip K. Dick mind-job paranoia vibe here, given how the JLI are faced b...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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