Justice #12
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Justice #12

Writer: Jim Krueger, Alex Ross Artist: Doug Braithwaite, Alex Ross Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 13, 2007 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 4
8.5Critic Rating
9.1User Rating

A few twists and turns remain in this amazing tale of the alliance of the world's most fearsome villains! And against the wild landscape of hundreds of heroes and their foes, smaller, more intimate human dramas are played out. Don't miss the remarkable conclusion to the remarkable 12-issue maxiseries by Alex Ross, Jim Krueger and Doug Braithwaite!

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jun 17, 2007

    Justice is a testament to an American mythology that was created in the comic books. These are the immaculate heroes with which my generation is intimately familiar. So are Jim Krueger, Doug Braithwaite and Alex Ross. Im ready for my Absolute edition now. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - John Hays Jun 17, 2007

    Overall, I really enjoyed Justice. This is the scale that the Justice League SHOULD be on a consistent basis. Let the individual character titles have the slow character issues. JLA is THE action title (well.you knowother than that OTHER Action title). I REALLY loved the glimpse of the Legion at the end, but it only whets my appetite for an Alex Ross Legion story. We must see it, and soon. This is the Legion that is making a resurgence in current DC continuity, so the timing would be perfect. Four bullets all the way, and Im sure that once I read it again all together, the pacing and other issues will take care of themselves. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Chris Murman Jun 17, 2007

    In closing, let me share with you about my long box at home. With a brand new wife living under my roof, the space for my comics to be put into storage has dwindled down considerably. The good part is I have become very selective about which comics I keep and which I sell back for trade at my LCS. I can say unequivocally, without a doubt, this series will be in my collection for a long time. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Thom Young Jun 17, 2007

    All that was missing was one final wink on the last page as Bruce Wayne narrates the conclusion while we watch Superman change into Clark Kent on the roof of the Daily Planet Building. As Clark opens the door to enter the building and return to work, Bruces last sentence is, I see it in the lives of my friends. Read Full Review

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