Justice League: Rebirth #1

    Justice League: Rebirth » Justice League: Rebirth #1 - Fear the Reaper released by DC Comics on September 2016.

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    Spinning out of the events of DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH #1, a new day dawns for Earth’s greatest heroes as they welcome three new members to the team, including…Superman? Who is this strange visitor from a dead world—and can he be trusted? Batman and Wonder Woman aren’t so sure.

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverTony Daniel & Tomeu Morey1
    VarVariant CoverJoe Madureira & Alex Sinclair3
    2ndSecond Printing CoverTony Daniel & Tomeu Morey2

    Note: The credits for this issue incorrectly attributed the variant cover to Yanick Paquette & Nathan Fairbairn.


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    Justice League Rebirth #1 Review! 0

    With all the great talent putting so much effort into these new DC books, I will admit that I had some high hopes for this issue. It was, in a way, marketed as the issue where the new Superman enters the Justice League to provide assistance and to get the League to take his life all in (after the death of their friend). With that in mind, I really figured it would be a few pages of him talking to the league, or at least a few panels on the league interacting with him, but from Superman's arriva...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    It's a comic book 0

    Just read Justice League: Rebirth. Honestly, it was whatever. I guess it was a good issue in terms of building up the team, but the team is pretty much the same as it was before Rebirth, so I don't get why it needs building.Sure, there are technically three new members. The two new Green Lanterns, who really aren't that cool. I read Green Lanterns #1 and wasn't blown away or anything. There is also the new Superman, who is actually the old Superman, but that takes a bit too much explaining. Thi...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    It just took Hitch 1 issue to turn me off 0

    Hitch gives us his first issue as writer of the main Justice League book and is a complete disappointment for both new and older readers as it fails to give us a decent story or a proper character introductionIn relation to the fisrt point, the plot is very simple and it revolves around and alien invasion from a giant squid monster that is also part machine that deploys millions of mini squids to mind control people. I believe this to be an homage to the League's first story where they fought St...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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