Justice League #15

Justice League #15

Writer: Bryan Hitch Artist: Fernando Pasarin, Matt Ryan Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: February 15, 2017 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 10 User Reviews: 18
6.9Critic Rating
5.9User Rating

+ Pull List

"TIMELESS" part one! A new epic begins when a mysterious young woman implores the Justice League join the fight against the Timeless, a cosmic threat they've never faced before-because it exists at different points throughout Earth's history! Now, the Justice League must travel to both the past and the future in a literal race against time!  

  • 9.5
    AiPT! - David Brooke Feb 15, 2017

    I haven't dug this series in quite a while, but I think Hitch and Pasarin have quite a tale worth exploring here in Justice League #15. Time travel, excellent art, and a well told story combine to make "Timeless" a must read. Read Full Review

  • 8.1
    Geeked Out Nation - Jideobi Odunze Feb 15, 2017

    Literal race against time is being taken very seriously with this start to Timeless. Justice League #15 set one heck of a foundation to what is sure to send a few heads spinning if they haven't already. This feels ambitious and I'm glad they are taking some risks to give us something we haven't seen before. They just have to try not to lose us at the same time. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Batman Universe - Jim Remolde Feb 17, 2017

    I do not have a lot of comments on this issue as I really do not have any idea where this story is going, but I did like it for what it was. It was an attention grabber and I want to see where this is going to go. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Lyles Movie Files - Jeffrey Lyles Feb 15, 2017

    Hitch making wholesale changes to his storytelling format at this point seems unlikely. Justice League is going to solely be worth grabbing now for the art. Pasarin delivers in that regard, but Justice League remains one of the bigger disappointments of DC Rebirth. Read Full Review

  • 7.4
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Feb 16, 2017

    It's nice to see a little added depth mixed in with the book's familiar spectacle and widescreen action. That said, this issue seems a little pointlessly complicated in how Hitch tries to represent the chaotic nature of time-travel through the jumbled, fractured approach to chronology. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics: The Gathering - John White Feb 15, 2017

    To say there are many things going on in Justice League #15 would be an understatement. Between the multiple storylines and on-linear style, it might be a bit much to comprehend after only one reading but what is easily understood is that Bryan Hitch is working on creating something big for his next story arc. Following mixed reviews of his previous entries, it seems that he is getting back to the strength of the League by breaking it apart. Whether or not this strategy proves to be a success remains to be seen but it is encouraging to see him trying new things in an effort to elevate DC’s premier title. The art by Fernando Pasarin is dynamic so even if you have trouble understanding it, this issue will surely be a pleasure to behold. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    DC Comics News - Sean Blumenshine Feb 15, 2017

    This is a solid issue. There's some great art and a really interesting and fun premise that could to a great story. I have some issues with the pacing and the structure of the issue but it does a good job of grabbing one's attention. I recommend reading the issue. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Dark Knight News - Tyler Harris Feb 18, 2017

    Ultimately, Hitch and his team have set up a potentially interesting story in a somewhat confusing way. I am intrigued to see where they take this arc and whether or not things will smooth out as time goes on (if you'll pardon the pun). “Timeless” seems like it is going to make more sense with each issue, but for now I'm left happy, but confused. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Weird Science - Jim Werner Feb 15, 2017

    It amazes me how bad this book has become.  Fans deserve so much better, but it looks like this is what we are stuck with.  If you like it, explain why to me because I must be missing something. Actually, I miss the Justice League and hope to see them soon. Read Full Review

  • 3.5
    Batman-News - Brian Warshaw Feb 16, 2017

    Justice League #15 attempts some new things, but it all backfires in this first installment of “Timeless”. A confusing plot, terrible visual storytelling, and an over-reliance on obscure characters sink this ship with the dock still in view. If you're going to buy this regardless, I can't stop you. But if you haven't yet made up your mind, heed my warning:sometimes, youcan judge a book by its cover"leave this one on the rack. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Dcmics47 Feb 15, 2017

    Useless fucking piece of shit!!! So confusing.. GODDAMIT DC FIRE BRYAN HITCH IN JUSTICE LEAGUE!!!!

  • 4.0
    daddyT Feb 15, 2017

    what a steaming pile of garbage this was. completely confusing. every 2-3 pages changes to a different story. sometimes with characters in both. for instance, for a few pages we see Wonder Woman in some place with Zeus and his parents... then on the very next page we see she's with Flash and the Lanterns doing something completely different. Ditch the Hitch!

    + LikeComment
  • 9.0
    Supererah Feb 16, 2017

    This issue reads like Grant Morrison, Jonathan Hickman and Bryan Hitch had a threesome and gave us this baby. Time travel stories can be confusing for the non-pro comic readers so have a big cup of coffee by your side as you try to put the pieces together, mindless reading just will not do. Enjoyable for those who like to put pieces of a fractured story together. Recommended for the active reader.

  • 7.0
    Kitaru Feb 18, 2017

    The art made the comic more tolerable, but I still am having major issues with the dialogue and characterization of certain League members. The time traveling part of the story was confusing, but the Zeus scene was really explosive and awesome.

  • 7.0
    ProfessorZoom93 Feb 27, 2017

    Really liked this issue, seems like we're going to be getting a interesting threat towards our heroes, the girl who claims to have been around for all the league's battles and even remembers crisis and flashpoint also intrigues me.The art in this book was pretty good but there were a few panels that didn't look the best. I'll be checking out #16 when it comes out.

  • 5.5
    Jack's Yattering Feb 24, 2017

    JUSTICE LEAGUE (or, JLA, JLI etc.) is one of those books that I will stick with longer than average even if I'm not, particularly, enjoying it. It's an essential title...one of those books that are, automatically, a little more enjoyable just because I'm a fan of the character(s). I'm saying this because I want to explain why I continue to read JUSTICE LEAGUE even though I don't enjoy it. For me, it is like pizza...I'd rather have bad pizza than none at all. And THIS BOOK IS BAD PIZZA...and,after thirteen bad issues (and two guest-written issues...only one of which was good) I'm getting full. Issue #15 is pretty bad for just about every reason that critics have cited in reviews for previous issues...in that, at least, the book is consistent in its poor quality. Rant aside, a little ironic fact, Bryan Hitch was one of the creators on one of my favorite JLA runs, ever. Of course, Mark Waid was writing then and Hitch as artist was at the top of his game. SCORE: 5.4

  • 5.0
    Supes' soups Feb 18, 2017

    Another disconnected issue all over the place. Hitch's JLA crashed and burned for a reason and DC then rewards him with their flagship book. It's unbelievable. This issue shows the biggest flaw of the entire series, it feels too far removed from the rest of the DC Rebirth universe. Half the time, I'm wondering if this is taking place in a different parallel earth or something. While Rucka is working furiously to remove Diana's Azzarello's origins (which I'm actually kind of bummed about), here's Hitch having Diana hallucinate about Zeus getting shafted by his abusive daddy. So I guess Zeus's infidelity and anger problems are all from daddy issues? And then Batman and Superman are in god knows where having a pointless argument because Supes can't find Lois and Jon. Oh and more faceless, nameless, generic robot/alien/insect/blobs of evil cannon fodder fighting our heroes. After 15 issues, I'm still wondering, where the phuck is this title going? I scored this a 5 because Pasarin, whose art I usually hate, has improved his pencils and it looks pretty sharp this time around.

  • 3.5
    El Chapulin Colorado Feb 15, 2017

    A little ore interesting than any previous story but the plot just sounds ridiculous: a religious group from the future wants to erase all super powered people from history and existence so they set some kind of bombs through different time periods where superheroes appeared, still it seems that for this very important existence-threatening mission the alien girl who is the guardian of the timeline or something like that only recruited present time JL, and send each hero (except for Batman and Superman who were somewhere else at the time) to an unknown place and time to fight an army of unbeatable robot/creatures and stop a super bomb; meanwhile Batman and Superman along with the Infinity Corporation (I dont who they are or what they do) investigate a time disturbance and are also transported to an unknown place and time

  • 10
    ryaleus_1 Mar 2, 2017

  • 8.0
    aimanalphaz Feb 15, 2017

  • 8.0
    Nuckster77 Feb 26, 2017

  • 8.0
    StanielK Mar 30, 2017

  • 7.5
    PatrickF. Apr 2, 2017

  • 7.0
    sebastianorellana95 Feb 15, 2017

  • 5.0
    Gunnarthehuman Feb 19, 2017

  • 4.0
    nec Feb 15, 2017

  • 3.0
    ak94 Feb 15, 2017

  • 2.0
    ComickerPerson Feb 16, 2017

Reviews for
the Week of...