Justice League of America

Justice League 3000 1 (February 2014)

Being insincere and not funny are two things Justice League 3000 can’t handle. It’s a dumb idea–in the future, the Wonder Twins clone the Justice League so they can save the galaxy. Only there are problems. For example, Superman is a lot like the Giffen/DeMatteis Guy Gardner, only with some Ultimate Captain America thrown in. […]

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Justice League Dark 3 (January 2012)

If nothing else, Milligan’s mishandling of Justice League Dark shows why pairing Justice League members off for issues has always worked. Because when you try to tell eight individual stories, you end up with a Deadman comic with some pointless guest stars. Sadly, Janin’s art doesn’t hold up this issue. The first half or so […]

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Justice League 3 (January 2012)

You know who should be writing DC’s new Wonder Woman? Geoff Johns. You know who can’t write Aquaman, apparently, in Justice League? Yeah, Johns too. This issue opens with Wonder Woman, gives a really quick look at her arrival in the new DC Universe, immediately establishing a strong female character. It’s utterly fantastic. Shame the […]

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Justice League International 3 (January 2012)

It’s an action issue in the old Justice League tradition, two heroes break off and have a related adventure. Jurgens takes it even further, with the administrators teaming up too. Only Guy Gardner gets to play it solo. The result’s a mixed bag. Batman and Booster Gold are good together, but only because Jurgens’s characterization […]

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