The issue accomplishes a hell of a lot in the span of twenty-two pages, fleshing out Captain Atom's personality while providing him motivation to put a stop to Lord once and for all. More importantly, the look into this possible apocalyptic future is an extremely fun, weird and ultimately scary one, making for a great stand alone tale that also manages to service the series' ongoing plot. Fernando Dagnino steps in this week to pencil over Keith Giffen's breakdowns, and once again the series provides a far more aesthetically consistent (not to mention pleasing) visual experience than Brightest Day does. The series' art and inspired issues like this one are two big reasons why fans are calling Generation Lost the better of DC's two bi-weekly series. Read Full Review
"Justice League: Generation Lost" is just now feeling like it's coming together. As a bi-weekly series it at least gets to accomplish this in three months rather than six, but even then this is a point in the story that feels like it should've appeared much sooner. I'm glad that the book is starting to play to its strengths, but I hope this isn't the best it can get. Read Full Review
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