Justice League: Generation Lost #21

Justice League: Generation Lost #21

Writer: Judd Winick Artist: Dustin Nguyen/Kevin Maguire Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Mar 17, 2011

    If you're paying attention, you know damn well what that moment HAS to be, and it plays out very cinematically, sending the old-school League back into their game, determined to put down the threat of Maxwell Lord once and for all. Recent issues of this book have gone back and tried to explain how Max went from manipulative genius to manipulative bastard with no morals, and were relatively successful (if somewhat Freudian) in explaining the loss of his mother in the battle of Coast City. Winick is capable of real emotion and sentimentality in his writing, and this issue's character building makes me want to see more of this incarnation of the League after Generation Lost wraps two issues down the line. The art is pretty good, under a first-rate cover that got Stephen's blood boiling a few podcasts ago, and I'm quite heartened to find that DC isn't quite as ready to revisit the mistakes they made with Ryan Choi so soon. Bottom line, the last page alone is worth the price of admission, a Read Full Review

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