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Someone Stole 14 Comics Worth $42000 From Mile High in Denver

Someone Stole 14 Comics Worth $42,000 From Mile High in Denver

Whoever took our books did leave the first item (McFarlane original art) on the list below behind... The list is as follows:New Mutants #98 NM ($960) Atom #1 VG ($999) Amazing Adventures #4 VG ($454) Avengers #1 G ($7350) Tales To Astonish #54 F ($252) Iron Man #1 F ($1715) Amazing Spider-Man #129 Signed Gerry[...]

DC Comics to Commemorate Len Wein with The DC Universe by Len Wein Hardcover in 2019

DC Comics to Commemorate Len Wein with The DC Universe by Len Wein Hardcover in 2019

As a writer and later editor, Wein helped to innovate some of the company’s most groundbreaking titles, including work on Watchmen, New Teen Titans, Justice League of America, Saga of the Swamp Thing and more.Now, for the first time ever, his greatest stories are collected together as a salute to one of DC’s most important creators of[...]

Justice League of America #29 Review: A Foundation for Future Justice

Justice League of America #29 Review: A Foundation for Future Justice

The Justice League of America only still stands thanks to the technology of Aztec’s suit However, there is still hope If the Justice League can get a hold of Chronos’ hourglass, maybe they can save the future where Earth has superheroes.[caption id="attachment_835686" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League of America #29 cover by David Williams and Steve[...]

Is This the Missing Justice League Comic (Justice League of America #29 SPOILERS)

Is This the Missing Justice League Comic? (Justice League of America #29 SPOILERS)

In a previous issue of Justice League Of America, the foundations were set.Ahead of the No Justice series, Justice League of America has been.. postponed? Cancelled? It won't be back in this form, certainly Well, the final issue, Justice League of America #29 out today has given a name and an idea to what may be coming... JUSTICE[...]

Justice League of America #28 Review: Theyre Here to Save us Ahl

Justice League of America #28 Review: They're Here to Save us Ahl

The Justice League of America are the only one’s who can save Ahl Through a clever ploy from the Atom and the Ray, the JLA snatches Ahl from Chronos and retreat to another position However, Chronos has an eternity in which to plan, and he has an army of the most vicious warriors in history[...]

Justice League of America #27 Review: The Timey-Wimiest of Supervillains Return

Justice League of America #27 Review: The Timey-Wimiest of Supervillains Return

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]We are shown a confrontation between Ray Palmer and Chronos in the Microverse, and we next see Chronos attacking the Justice League of America as they continue to rebuild Happy Harbor The JLA recently discovered a place where Ahl, the God of Superheroes, touched the Earth beneath Mount Justice, and Chronos wants to use[...]

Justice League of America #26 Review: Adding Depth to Lord Havok

Justice League of America #26 Review: Adding Depth to Lord Havok

They will need to talk Lord Havok down to save Angor.[caption id="attachment_811043" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League of America #26 cover by Mikel Janin[/caption]Justice League of America #26 continues off the ethereal debate against the Adjudicator’s judgement with a much more visceral and personal conflict between Batman, Black Canary, and Dreamslayer and Lord Havok.It also goes[...]

Justice League #40 Review: Not the JL vs. JLA Fight That We Expected

Justice League #40 Review: Not the JL vs. JLA Fight That We Expected

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Tension mounts in Estes Park West, as the residents feel that the Justice League teams have overlooked the impoverished neighborhoods with predominately POC inhabitants. The riot police have come out to quash the protestors, and the Justice League teams do their best to calm the situation but are extracted by another Fan. Back […]

Justice League of America #25 Review: Arguing with a God for the Fate of a Planet

Justice League of America #25 Review: Arguing with a God for the Fate of a Planet

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]With the Justice League of America’s headquarters being rebuilt, the team is looking forward to the future, and Batman is impressed with how far the group has come He has one more mission, but he wants to go it alone He is going to Angor with Dreamslayer, but Black Canary won’t let them go[...]

Justice League #39 Review: Slow but Gets Back to the Intrigue

Justice League #39 Review: Slow, but Gets Back to the Intrigue

Batman’s Justice League of America answers a crisis in Este Park, Arkansas Batman is forced to ask for help from the other Justice League team to contain the crisis.Green Lantern Jessica Cruz faces personal problems after her “moment” with Batman last issue.[caption id="attachment_799057" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League #39 cover by Paul Pelletier, Cam Smith, and[...]

JLA/Doom Patrol Special #1 Review: Strange Meta Yet Still Clichéd

JLA/Doom Patrol Special #1 Review: Strange, Meta, Yet Still Clichéd

They have made it into a homogenized Rockwellian nightmare, with Milkman Man keeping the populace dosed with a milk to keep them this way.The Doom Patrol arrives into this phenomenon, their oddities and quirks making them an immediate target for Milkman Man and the Rhode Island Community League, the latter of which was the Justice[...]

Justice League of America #23 Review: Long Live the Queen

Justice League of America #23 Review: Long Live the Queen

Aztec and Ray’s own mother are both convinced that he will return to the Justice League of America soon, but the Ray is more reluctant, even if he comes to understand he may be needed back with the team.[caption id="attachment_774048" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League of America #23 cover by Terry and Rachel Dodson[/caption]It’s a little[...]

Justice League of America #22 Review: Frost Makes a Wish

Justice League of America #22 Review: Frost Makes a Wish

The rest of the Justice League of America are less-than-thrilled, fearing that Frost just unleashed a powerful force onto the world Unfortunately, she may have.[caption id="attachment_772234" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League of America #22 cover by Terry and Rachel Dodson[/caption]Justice League of America #22 focuses primarily on Frost as she copes with the consequences of her[...]

Justice League Of America #18 Review: Stealing Fire From The Gods

Justice League Of America #18 Review: Stealing Fire From The Gods

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]A documentarian has entered the Sanctuary with the intent of filming the Justice League of America Batman recently left without leaving the team a notice of any kind, and this is the focus of the director He pushes on the soft spots of each member, ending with the Ray leaving Happy Harbor in a[...]

NYCC Speculation: Are These The New Faces Of Young Animal

NYCC Speculation: Are These The New Faces Of Young Animal?

In January 2018, all four of the ongoing series will be part of a four-part crossover event.Marking the conclusion of the first phase of the imprint and send each title in new directions, it will start with the Doom Patrol Special, which features the Justice League of America and will be co-written by Way and[...]

Justice League Of America #12 Review: Enter The Microverse

Justice League Of America #12 Review: Enter The Microverse

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]With no impending threat garnering the attention of the Justice League of America, the team is available for a mission from resident Atom, Ryan Choi He has located the signal of mentor and previous Atom, Ray Palmer, in the Microverse — the subatomic universe that exists within ours.Not wanting to devote the entire team[...]

Justice League of America #10 Review: The Social Justice League

Justice League of America #10 Review: The Social Justice League

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Justice League of America #10 is probably more important than people realise Not because it contains the next step in the Rebirth mystery, or because ties into summer event Dark Nights: Metal, or because it has a major character death or resurrection No, JLA #10 is important because it tells a story that reflects[...]

Bleeding Cool Celebrates LGBTQ Creators For Pride Month

Bleeding Cool Celebrates LGBTQ Creators For Pride Month

The popularity meant the series got a brief reprise with Midnighter & Apollo, and now Orlando is writing Justice League of America.Orlando is getting to tackle one of DC's biggest properties, and is using it to include one of the most diverse line-ups the team has had He's also shown a wonderful sense of a[...]