Justice #1
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Justice #1

Writer: Jim Krueger, Alex Ross Artist: Doug Braithwaite, Alex Ross Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: August 3, 2005 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 6
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The members of the Justice League of America are about to learn they aren't the only ones who can band together toward a common goal. In this 12-issue epic, the greatest DCU villains appear to be acting in concert--but with a surprising plan that seeks to achieve more good than the JLA ever could!

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    Comics Bulletin - Michael Deeley Aug 8, 2005

    This comic has ads for the new Supergirl series with art by Michael Turner, and a new Batman maxi-series. They look like crap next to Justice! An ad for the Identity Crisis hardcover made me compare that story to this one. Justice displays an understanding of the personalities of the heroes and villains in the DC comics universe. Krueger and Ross can get inside their heads." They understand how they think and how they work together. Identity Crisis did not. Justice promises an exciting epic tale of superheroes and supervillains in unexpected roles. We may be rooting for the bad guys in this one. Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Aug 6, 2005

    In short Justice is the series that DC should have been promoting. This is the series that should have "changed everything." This is the series that could have fixed everything. Read Full Review

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