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Notes: Most villain appearances take place on the cover

Don't miss the debut of the new JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA creative team! The "Injustice League Unlimited" story continues from the JLA WEDDING SPECIAL as a hero is severely beaten by the new Injustice League, forcing the JLA to fight back!

Batman awakens in a straight jacket that was used to restrain The Joker, and escapes by lifting his elbows above his neck and dislocating his shoulder. He then sneaks pass the guards and tries to free Wonder Woman but is caught by Grodd, Luthor, Cheetah and The Joker. Meanwhile, at the Hall of Justice the Justice League discuss their current situation. Hawkgirl arrives wanting to help although being wounded before.The team then splits up, John Stewert, Hawkgirl and Red Tornado travel to Greenwich village where they are ambushed by Killer Frost, Shadow thief and Fatality. Red Tornado is frozen solid but John is able to defeat Fatality while Hawkgirl knocks out Shadow-Thief. Fatality strikes Hawkgirl from behind but finds her self encased in a bubble courtesy of John Stewart. However, John begins to collapse due to poison dust from Poison Ivy. Elsewhere at Manhattan, Superman, Vixen and Black Canary are ambushed by Cheeatah, Dr.Light and Grodd.The villains are all quickly taken down save Cheetah. She then reveals she brought the Parasite along who absorbs Vixens powers. Unfortunately Vixen who is siphoning Superman's powers as well, renders Supermans unconscious. Just as the villains are about to attack Black Canary,Black Lightning arrives and forces the villains to retreat and during the teleportation, Black Lightning and Superman are left behind. They are then greeted by Lex Luthor who suddenly appears.

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Unlimited is Unoriginal 0

 The most striking thing to note about this issue is Joe Benitez's artwork, which is impactful in much the same way as a punch to the face. Simply put, Benitez' pencils just aren't very good. His knowledge of anatomy is questionable at best, he shifts between over- and under-rendering faces without ever finding a middle ground, and his sense of scale comes and goes from page to page. Ever woman has a twelve-inch waist and improbably long legs, and they seems to be stuck in a state of perpetual p...

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Mucho Improvement 0

Most people will know Dwayne McDuffie as the guy who wrote most of the stories for the JLU series. The same kind of vibe comes from this issue as that series and thats a good thing by the way. For the first time since the series started the stories are fluid and the characters are written the way they are supposed to be. Especially Batman who dislocates his shoulder to escape from a restraint jacket and Black Lightening who hasnt been written well in a long time.Minor complaints about the art wh...

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