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Justice League #42 Review: Christopher Priest Continues to Shock and Amaze

Justice League #42 Review: Christopher Priest Continues to Shock and Amaze

Cyborg is dying from wounds inflicted by the Red Lion, and Vic’s self-repair system was shut down by the Fan Cyborg was also left with none other than Deathstroke.Thankfully, the Green Lanterns are finally back on Earth, but will it be too late?[caption id="attachment_822395" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League #42 cover by David Yardin[/caption]“Justice Lost” continues[...]

Justice League #41 Review: Much More Than Just the Issue with Black Panther in it

Justice League #41 Review: Much More Than Just the Issue with Black Panther in it

Elsewhere, Aquaman and Batman are in pursuit of the Fan.[caption id="attachment_816397" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League #41 cover by David Yardin[/caption]This is a comic that left me saying “holy shit” to myself many times in the process of reading it Christopher Priest writing Black Panther into Justice League as a genocidal warlord aside—we’ll definitely get back[...]

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

However, I’d struggle to say it’s unwarranted considering the ideas with which this comic is playing.Hell, the section in Estes Park could have had another issue to unpack everything Christopher Priest lays on the table, especially after the protestors start chanting, “Ferguson.”The fact that the Fans (which is apparently a group instead of a single[...]

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

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

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Aquaman barely survives being stranded in the desert of Oman, and he encounters the fan Green Lantern Simon Baz arrives shortly after and brings him back to the Watchtower.Cyborg, as the new chairman of the Justice League, is brought to testify before Congress Batman’s Justice League of America answers a crisis in Este Park,[...]

Justice League #38 Review: The Flash Lives Out the Plot of Gravity

Justice League #38 Review: The Flash Lives Out the Plot of 'Gravity'

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]The Justice League regroups after the Fan separated them with the Watchtower transporter Meanwhile, the Flash is still on board and discovers a Lexcorp employee has been disconnected from their harness after attempting to dock with the Watchtower and is floating freely in space The Flash goes out to save the worker, but there’s[...]

Justice League #37 Review: What Does it Mean to be the Fan

Justice League #37 Review: What Does it Mean to be the Fan?

We also get a glimpse into the history of the Fan and his connection to the Justice League Meanwhile, the rest of the League attempt to investigate who this Fan is and how deeply he’s infiltrated their organization.[caption id="attachment_778740" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League #37 cover by Pete Woods[/caption]While not as shocking or gripping as Justice[...]