[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Lex Luthor has just reached the Totality by controlling the body of Superman, but we jump back to right after the Justice League defeated the Omega Titans (Justice League: No Justice) He is unsure of his next move given the discoveries of the mission He takes a trip to the future to learn what[...]
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Justice League Dark reforms with Wonder Woman gathering mystical heroes to fix Earth's magic. Does it make for good read?
The Legion of Doom has the upper hand, and we have something of a thematic through-line from Dark Nights: Metal and Justice League: No Justice Our beloved heroes are put in some of the most extreme no-win situations imaginable and brought to a lowest imaginable point. Obviously, they will find their way out, but it is[...]
The new Titans begin their first mission when a metahuman manifests in New York City. They need to save the city and the new metahuman. Is it a good read?
John Stewart attacks the Justice League with a new power source. Superman and Martian Manhunter explore the Totality. Is it a good read?
The Teen Titans must reform in the shadow of No Justice to face the newer challenges facing the world. Does it make for a good read?
The Titans Special finds Nightwing reacting to the sudden outbreak of metahumans and trying to build a new Titans team. Is it a good read?
After a long week of high-price comics and specials, it's time for Bleeding Cool to sort out the Top and Bottom 5 Comics of the week. Click here to find out the score.
Can Green Arrow figure out what's going on without being killed? Green Arrow Annual #2 cover by David Lopez As you could guess from the description, this is a No Justice tie-in story It explains what Ollie was up to during the prelude and immediate aftermath of the miniseries. It doesn't add anything earth-shattering to No Justice, but[...]
Can they arrive on Earth in time? What of Vril Dox? Justice League: No Justice #4 cover by Francis Manapul Like the ending to Dark Nights: Metal, the ending to Justice League: No Justice is a massive party with all your favorite DC characters that makes little coherent or flowing sense. I could break down the story and[...]
All the while, Amanda Waller and Green Arrow debate what to do with the seed they have discovered back on Earth. Justice League: No Justice #3 cover by Francis Manapul While No Justice #3 retains much of the fun and adventure previous installments of the miniseries have offered, this issue puts the story's flaws on display in[...]
Also, it will be listed in descending order, starting with the grandest winner going down until we reach the most abyssmal loser. Now, let's get started. Wins Justice League: No Justice #1 cover by Francis Manapul 1 Win: Justice League: No Justice #1 I'll admit this one is playing to my preferences, but I adored Justice League: No Justice #1[...]
Brainiac intends to stop that, and he is organizing the heroes and villains he's gathered into four Justice Leagues to stop the Titans. Justice League: No Justice #1 cover by Francis Manapul Justice League: No Justice #1 focuses on setting up the premise and lineup for these four bizarre Justice League lineups Oddly enough, it reads like[...]
Read it. Justice League: No Justice #1 cover by Francis Manapul Justice League: No Justice #1 A slew of DC's most prolific creators, Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, Joshua Williamson, and Francis Manapul, put together a Justice League epic across the DC Universe, protecting it from the dramatic changes resulting from Dark Nights: Metal[...]
The Justice League tries to stop a threat on Colu before it reaches Earth with four unique and bizarre teams. DC Natioon #0 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez DC Nation #0 is a preview comic for three upcoming stories from DC: The Wedding of Batman and Catwoman in Batman, Man of Steel, and No Justice[...]