Justice League #1

Writer: Scott Snyder Artist: Jim Cheung Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 6, 2018 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 47 User Reviews: 65
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"THE TOTALITY" part one! A brand-new era begins here! Comics legends Scott Snyder and Jim Cheung launch the Justice League into a cosmos-shaking mystery that will draw out their most terrible foes...in ways our heroes couldn't possibly imagine! In this debut issue, Martian Manhunter struggles to protect the team from an incoming threat that will shatter the world as they know it, while a familiar face strikes out on a dark path...

  • 10
    DC Comics News - Derek McNeil Jun 6, 2018

    Snyder gets off to a great start with this issue, pointing the League in an exciting new direction for the future, but also showing plenty of respect for the League's past. If Snyder maintains the level of quality evident in this debut issue, then DC's foremost team is in good hands. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Lyles Movie Files - Jeffrey Lyles Jun 6, 2018

    A page near the end slyly teases some of the events in store, including some characters fans have been clamoring to see return for a while. Justice League #1 is everything I wanted from this book. With a creative team of top talent and a lineup of DC's top guns, this is a no-brainer pick-up. This finally feels like the Rebirth of the Justice League that I've wanted all along. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Newsarama - C.K. Stewart Jun 6, 2018

    For readers not familiar with the events of Dark Nights: Metal or No Justice, there may be some confusing threads here, but Snyder delivers such a strong, clear script that it's still worth diving in. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Critical Blast - RJ Carter Jun 6, 2018

    Snyder also provides glimpses into the past, present and future -- not just on the opening page, but deeper in as well, leaving fans to wonder about the fate of Adam Strange (who, with KRYPTON being the Syfy hit that it is, makes him a prime candidate to bring back into regular rotation), the power of the Joker, and the cosmic entities bearing down on the Multiverse. It's great action -- but it's greater inter-action that makes JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 a true gem! Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comic Book Corps - Mike Bedard Jun 6, 2018

    There's a ton of great stuff in this issue, but what I love about it more than anything is its willingness to take risks and be bold. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comic Watch - Robert Struble Jun 11, 2018

    Snyder and Cheung give us the Justice League we've been wanting. It's as good a start to an author's run as any I've read and now I can't believe I have to actually wait for part two! This month is going to be difficult! Read Full Review

  • 10
    Bounding Into Comics - Daniel Mills Jun 6, 2018

    The writer had us fooled all along. Batman will always be his formative work at DC Comics, but the first pages of Justice League feel like something else. Like the kind of story and feeling you never want to end. The kind of series you'll be asking to return to years later. It's only just the beginning, but unfortunately we're already one step closer to the end of what is clearly going to be an incredible comic series. Justice League #1 doesn't take the team anywhere new, it takes them right where they belong. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Kabooooom - Matt Morrison Jun 6, 2018

    This is Justice League and superhero comics the way they should be done. Read Full Review

  • 10
    You Don't Read Comics - Rick Lopez Jun 7, 2018

    While the title had been lacking its charm since Geoff Johns left the title prior to DC Rebirth in 2016, this issue truly feels like the beginning of something special without feeling like a rehash of an old storyline. If this issue is any indication of what is yet to come, there still so much yet in store for readers this summer and beyond. Justice League by Scott Snyder is the unarguable flagship title published by DC Comics; this is only the beginning. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Shoot The Breeze Comics - James Portis Jun 14, 2018

    Justice League #1 is an amazing return to form on what Briant Hitch bombed for a beginning of DC Rebirth and what Christopher Priest struggled to deal with after the bomb fell. Now after a weekly event Like No Justice clearing the board for a new beginning for the League, Scott Snyder begins with a familiar lineup and launches the correct type of explosive. That makes people want so much more. Thank God, it's a biweekly book. Highly recommend it but go read No Justice first to avoid confusion. Read Full Review

  • 9.7
    Black Nerd Problems - Morgan Hampton Jun 6, 2018

    Justice League sets out to be Snyder's most ambitious comic to date. After one issue, it's holding up to its promise. Snyder and his team are focused and full of purpose, all while having a bit of fun. Read Full Review

  • 9.6
    We The Nerdy - Alden Diaz Jun 6, 2018

    Justice League #1 is what you want out of superhero comics. It feels like a combination of some of my favorite comic book writing from the past few years, some of the best memories I have of childhood TV, and the film adaptation we all want to see. Its big and bold, but with a personal lens. Fun and accessible, but with a sense of importance. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Multiversity Comics - Reed Hinckley-Barnes Jun 7, 2018

    "Justice League" #1 is a fantastic first issue and great start to what looks like it might be the next great super hero epic. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Batman-News - Brian Warshaw Jun 6, 2018

    Justice League #1 is the triumphant return of what DC once hailed as its flagship title. It is intimate and enormous, inspiring, entertaining, and terrifying. This is how it's done. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    ComicBuzz - Tony Thornley Jun 8, 2018

    If youve dropped Justice League for any reason the last couple of years, its time to come back to it. This is the best the League has been in years. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Bleeding Cool - Joshua Davison Jun 5, 2018

    Justice League #1 is beautifully crafted new start for DCs premiere team. The characters have loads of personality, the plot is wild but has some great moments, and the art is impeccable. This will likely end up being my top pick of the week. This comic earns a strong recommendation. Dont miss out on it tomorrow. Read Full Review

  • 9.3
    Comicsverse - AJ Zender Jun 7, 2018

    JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 sees a lot of big changes to the classic formula. Scott Snyder takes the team on a fantastic, action-packed adventure while also focusing in-depth on the characters that make this story work. While some elements need more explanation, this is definitely a book to keep an eye on. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    AiPT! - Brian Clements Jun 6, 2018

    Writer Scott Snyder has picked right up where his DC Metal epic left us, forming the new league with new purpose. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    GWW - Deron Generally Jun 5, 2018

    Concentrating the bulk of the story and exposition on Martian Manhunter and later, Lex Luthor gave the story a great sense of focus. It took the burden off the hands of characters that we expect to lead a narrative and allows for the focus to be on this bigger story forming around them. The juxtaposition between the League's deliberations about this incoming entity heading their way and Luthor's reaction creates some great dramatic tension, especially knowing that Luthor seems to know more than he's letting on. There is a really interesting mystery forming in this book and I can't wait to see where it goes. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comic Spectrum - Shawn Hoklas Jun 10, 2018

    Justice League #1 is the beginning of another new epic storyline. Although you may feel you need to read Metal and No Justice prior to diving in here since a few things are mentioned from those storylines, I don't think you'll be lost if you're coming in fresh. DC's biggest heroes with some of comics' biggest creators make this a must read for all DC fans. That means go out and get it! Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comicosity - Terrence Sage Jun 6, 2018

    Justice League comes to the stands with a message and a renewed sense of optimism and grandiose storytelling that's making this title the only book DC Comics title you need to read, and it's only been one issue. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Dark Knight News - Kevin Gunn Jun 8, 2018

    I know that comic books are written today with the mindset of packing several books into a graphic novel. This point used to bother me. However, I can't wait to see where Snyder and company take this series. So, I will put aside my reservations, for now (that was MY Batman impersonation). Above all, that was a quick ride that I can't wait to go on again next month! Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Nerdist - Eric Diaz Jun 5, 2018

    In the final analysis, Justice League #1 offers everything you could want from a JL comic, and promises a big bright future for the team. Here's hoping Snyder and Cheung have as legendary a run as Snyder and Greg Capullo did on Batman. The Justice League deserves it. Read Full Review

  • 8.8
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Jun 6, 2018

    Justice League #1 gives this iconic franchise the overhaul it's been needing. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Jun 6, 2018

    The issue is very busy, and maybe a bit rambling in points (like Luthor's musing about "Justice" and "Doom"), but it does what it sets out to to " I'm excited on multiple levels to find out where Snyder is going here. Just like in No Justice, I'm sold. Read Full Review

  • 8.2
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - Brandon J. Griffin Jun 6, 2018

    Justice League #1 is exactly what it needed to be. Scott Snyder and his creative team do not disappoint on the big stage when DC needs a JL resurrection. The Hall Of Justice's doors are open again, to everyone, and the DC Universe is much better for it. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    CourtOfNerds - Grant Stoye Jun 6, 2018

    I fear it might be a little bit of Event Fatigue here, which is a bummer. Its hard to keep stories going with continual high stakes. Its hard not to burn out an audience with Crisis-like intensity. And yet this is still a damn good debut with a lot to its credit. I definitely plan on following this book closely, especially to found out what exactly the Totality is Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Green Lantern Corps - w-west Jun 6, 2018

    Overall this is a real solid issue. Nothing to complain about unless b you were expecting John Stewart to be the star from the get go. No moments wasted here. Snyder brings the big guns out (courtesy of Green Lantern John Stewart) and they provide a blast of entertainment in this first issue. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Henchman-4-Hire - Sean Ian Mills Jun 9, 2018

    The new Justice League launch is big, crazy and exciting, which I really like. But Snyder and Co. lean way too hard on the Super Friends nostalgia, which has definitely been done before by DC. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Brazen Bull - Charlie Chipman Jun 6, 2018

    Scott Snyder and Jim Cheung have produced an amazing debut issue; Justice League (2018-) #1 is packed tight with action and excitement and it is filled with unforgettable moments. Although the faces of our heroes are familiar, this iteration of the Justice League is unique and worth reading. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes Jun 6, 2018

    You have to admire a writer like Snyder. Once famous for dark stories with a horror vibe, he seemed perfectly suited for Batman and it showed with a great run on Detective and some stellar work on the New 52 Batman book. Not content with his Bat-corner of the universe, some would argue that it showed in his version of All-Star Batman, Snyder went full on heroes mode with Metal. Now, taking on the League, he may have finally found the type of book that his sprawling narrative will find to hard to overwhelm, especially if there are sweeping arcs in play. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    CourtOfNerds - The Court Of Nerds Jun 6, 2018

    I fear it might be a little bit of Event Fatigue here, which is a bummer. Its hard to keep stories going with continual high stakes. Its hard not to burn out an audience with Crisis-like intensity. And yet this is still a damn good debut with a lot to its credit. I definitely plan on following this book closely, especially to found out what exactly the Totality is Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Lost Lighthouse - thelostlighthouse Jun 7, 2018

    This has my interest, the story has some potential flaws and plot holes, although they can be addressed in later issues. Additionally while this is heralded as a 'new era' those without a familiarity with a lot of recent DC events won't find much meaning in some of the key plot points. Otherwise I am most curious to see what happens with the sometimes super villain, sometimes anti-hero Lex Luthor as well as the Justice League lead of the story " the Martian Manhunter who had a particularly engaging arc this issue. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBuzz - James L. Sarandis Jun 27, 2018

    All in all it's a solid start that I am really interested to see where it goes. A bit anticlimactic should be better in the trade. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Flickering Myth - Ricky Church Jun 21, 2018

    Justice League #1is an intriguing and entertaining introduction to Snyder's take on the big team. The characterization on all the League members are spot on and the art from Cheung and Morey is great to look at in all its detail. This is certainly a good opening for fans new and old to jump into. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    We Got This Covered - Eric Joseph Jun 6, 2018

    My first impression is that Scott Snyder's Justice League has all the urgency and importance of something like, say, Blackest Night or Final Crisis, so don't miss out. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Geekery Magazine - Lucas Fashina Jun 7, 2018

    Scott Snyder knocks it out of the park here. He brings a truly epic touch to his this first issue and breaths new life into the mythology of the Justice league while respecting the legacy of the old material. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Chase Magnett Jun 6, 2018

    This is not a greatest hits collection like so many recent Justice League narratives. Justice League #1 is a comic that evangelizes about the greatness of the superhero genre and has faith in its own images and words. That's what makes this a thrilling debut, one defined by imagination and confidence. It very well could be the start of a new era for the Justice League and DC Comics. Read Full Review

  • 7.6
    Major Spoilers - Ingrid Lind-Jahn Jun 7, 2018

    New Justice generously mixes new threats and mysteries with old friends and foes in a recipe for action. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Comic Book Bin - Deejay Dayton Jun 13, 2018

    Snyder, Cheung and Morales seem to want to bring back popular elements from previous Leagues. Read Full Review

  • 7.2
    Geeked Out Nation - Jideobi Odunze Jun 6, 2018

    Justice League #1 I wish I could say I looked forward to more of. This was the first time where I felt turned off by the first issue because it wanted to be much more than it needed to be. I could probably see myself picking this up again with the next story arc, but this was all too much. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Razorfine - Alan Rapp Jun 9, 2018

    Despite being on a semi-hero kick in recent years, this issue seems to trumpet the return of Lex Luthor as a major villain while foreshadowing something possibly Earth shattering in whatever is making it to Earth. It's a solid beginning. Worth a look. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    The Batman Universe - Corbin Pool Jun 8, 2018

    Although not a perfect first issue, I'm excited about the Justice League books for the first time since Darkseid War. Heck, I'm reading Justice League for the first time since then, and it has my full attention. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    Weird Science - Eric Shea Jun 6, 2018

    All in all, this wasn't the best first issue because it didn't completely excite me to the point where I need to know what happens next, but where some of the story got a bit boring, the parts that worked, worked in a huge way.  I wasn't a fan of the art here, but hopefully that improves as the story continues and with that, hopefully the excitement factor picks up too because with a team this cool and the villains we have in the background.......... Well, there's no reason it shouldn't. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    Graphic Policy - Logan Dalton Jun 6, 2018

    Scott Snyder and Jim Cheung are talented creators, and they have their pick of the litter cast-wise: both heroes and villains.Justice League#1 works when the multiverse shattering stakes have a personal dimension too aka every time Martian Manhunter is involved, but mostly, it seems like it might collapse under the weight of these stakes and its forgettable action scenes. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    We The Nerdy - Jean-Luc Botbyl Jun 7, 2018

    Much like Man of Steel #1 last week, Justice League #1 sure is a DC book. If youre excited by one of those, I guess youll like this, though I would encourage you to broaden your horizons a little. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Kelly Gaines Jun 6, 2018

    This issue passes, not with flying colors but with colors maybe somewhat rustling in the breeze. Less exposition, less big ideas, more character. Please. I think I speak for a majority of the DC fans in the world when I say stop playing with our hearts. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Batman Jones Jun 7, 2018

    I'm not typically a great fan of Snyder's writing but boy did he turn it around on this issue! And what a time to deliver what I'd regard to be his best writing to date. Black Mirror was excellent but his run on Batman was more about ideas than emotion, more for the head than the heart, which is why I so prefer King's Batman to Snyder's.

    Metal wore out its welcome with me relatively quickly. Again, it was a series of "cool ideas" without much underneath. It felt bombastic and shallow. And No Justice felt like nothing other than a commercial for New Justice titles. In each case (Metal, NJ), I found everything but the epilogues to be a slog though I loved the epilogues. It's like he had to pen two major event comics to finally calm more

  • 7.0
    egon244 Jun 6, 2018

    Scott Snyder takes the reins over The Justice League and expands on the ideas put forth in Metal and No Justice.

    The banter and comradery between members of the League feel really good. Snyder even pokes some fun at Batman for the dark and gloomy demeanour.
    The story moves smoothly with Martian Manhunter kinda in a center, but it all changes somewhere halfway through. League defeats the threat, in a really bizarre way, after that they have a meeting to discuss some new possible threat that, again, is something old and ancient. Then Manhunter gets a really confusing and convoluted visoion and issue #1 ends. Leaving reader with a little feeling of "what the heck just happened". I'm guessing that things will get clearer with c more

  • 4.0
    daddyT Jun 8, 2018

    ugly art. typical Snyder over the top hot garbage. I jokingly said when it started that the Joke was likely to be the big bad. LOL! I wish I was joking. Oh, and isn't Vandal Savage supposed to be pretty bad-ass? Lex Luthor just beats him down easily without even a battle? Forget hot garbage, I think this is that kind of cold sewage you find under the trashcan after it rains in January.

  • 10
    Br'er Lapin Jun 6, 2018

    A hundred times yes. DC has squandered their JL book for too long since Rebirth began (Priest was better, but not perfect) it is so great to see a good Justice League book again, and the best way to start it was definitely with a new Legion of Doom.

  • 10
    Samuel Almeida Jun 6, 2018

    Amazing first issue! After two years suffering with bad JL stories, the best team ever is back!!!!!! Fantastic script, fantastic art. Fantastic!

  • 9.0
    Nihilist Jun 6, 2018

    Great start, setting up a big mystery, as well as two opposing teams - of heroes and villains. For now there's much I can say - I have more questions than answers, and quite frankly, that's what I expected from a debut issue.
    Definitely worth recommending, especially if you're a fan of Justice League and Justice League Unlimited cartoons - this comic in many respects feels like their extension, a matured recreation.

  • 9.0
    RaisingBlack Jun 7, 2018

    I really enjoyed this issue. We are starting out the gate really strong. Martian Manhunter taking the lead in this book was great writing. This is rare for me as I often do not like Scott Snyder as a writer, but he is playing in a big box of toys that he helped shaped and this book really feels like the pay off to a lot of that (problematic) writing. This book feels like the flagship team of DC comics. The Scale is correct for the team and the threat is worthy of a Justice League. Jim Cheung does great art that really captures the tone of what DC is trying to accomplish with this relaunch. This is a great jump on point and a perfect book for those who loved the Justice League TV series or who loved the Young justice tV show.

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  • 8.5
    Bill Blaze Jun 6, 2018

    It's a decent issue. Snyder is definitely imaginitive, his ideas are almost ridiculous even. But that is the super hero genre for ya. In that regard this book excels.

  • 8.5
    mrDovydas Jun 7, 2018

    Great start. Snyder delivers a very compelling introduction to a story that seems to be a lot bigger than I've expected it to be. There's so much going on and everything sort of works so far that I'm happy to pay 8 bucks a month for this book. Cheung's art was great as always, even if he's not going to be on the art duties for a while.

  • 8.5
    Leto.rai Jun 8, 2018

    After a crazy event like Dark Nights: Metal and the dissapointing No Justice, the League brings a fresh, promising new series with a new line-up. This issue is narrated in a way that kept me wondering what's going to happen next. I liked that it's not the beginning of the "next big story" of the Justice League. It hints toward a big story, yes, but it takes it's time in presenting the new members and showing the consequences of previews events. I really look forward to this series.

  • 8.0
    KFuqua Jun 7, 2018

    Definitely better than the Justice League books that have been out over the past several years, but I'm not a huge Snyder fan and I didn't enjoy Metal, so I don't think everything needs to tie into that series.

    The art is good and I like that the League feels like a team and like friends. So not great, but it was good.

  • 7.5
    Face Puller Jun 6, 2018

    Great art by Jim Cheung.
    But I think Scott Snyder shouldn't handle cosmology.
    Because he only connects his stories with METAL, the Omega Titans were too similar to the celestials and his sci-fi beyond METAL feels a little weak.

    Tom King or Grant Morrison should be handling what comes from outside the Source Wall.

  • 7.0
    the green death Jun 7, 2018

    I think this is going to be my time to just realize that Snyder isn't the writer for me. I really liked the Court of Owls storyline but ever since then he's never quite landed for me. This has pretty great art and an epic feel, but the characters don't act strangely, none of them seem to have three dimensions - just a bunch of cyphers. I was hoping for a big bold first issue to get me back into the DCU - instead I got something that didn't really feel any better than Hitch's run (in fact to me it actually felt pretty similar to Hitch - big cosmic level stuff with no human connection).

  • 6.5
    Spock's Brain Jun 16, 2018

    I've never read an extended Justice League run because somehow the book has never captured or captivated me enough to keep me coming back. However with this relaunch I thought I'd try it again, but, looking at the Justice League assembled in the psychic boardroom did not get me. I just was kind of bored here, and the heavy-handed narration is just a further reminder that Scott Snyder's style has evolved into something I don't really like reading. The Jim Cheung art is rougher than usual, but still pretty awesome. But he's gone next issue, and so am I. I don't care enough about anything going on here to read issue #2.

  • 5.0
    SloboSOY Jun 7, 2018

    Snyder try to give a nice first issue. But he didn't make a good job. The source is break & something emerge of it. Do the league as to stop it or to let it hit earth. Don't care about the signal but why not. All the Savage's plan & the telepathic discussion of the league was good. But then Luthor turn bloodly ... Very Bloodly. And between that & Jon's flashback (Who seem totally happening just because) ... I was out. Event the justice League meeting wasn't enough for make me interested. And I didn't understood why at the end Jon's feel sad & alone. It's not like he cannot link in once more ! That seem stupid. Like for the end ... Oh the signal was doom ... What a shock !

    Cover - The league ... Nice but not very related. It's jus more

  • 4.0
    12cents Jun 9, 2018

    The only "cosmos-shaking mystery" is why comic book writers don't realize that the more hugely the stakes, the less interesting the story. When was the last time anybody thought, "Oh my freakin' god! The very existence of the multiverse is at stake? Here, take my money."

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  • 10
    Jon Comics Jun 9, 2018

    More than 10. One of the best comics of the year and a big improvement over Dark Metal and No Justice.
    Spectacular art, sets up a mystery and an epic world ending adventure. Great take on Luthot and great take on the Martian Manhunter.
    Yes, the spotlight is on Manhunter and Luther more than the League, but it works perfectly. Hope Snyder can keep this up.
    Also, Justice League Detroit and Justice League International seem to be totally in continuity now. I’m not sure about the PreCrisis Justice League though.
    Dion’t miss it

  • 9.0
    Odin06 Jun 12, 2018

    This is what the Justice League was supposed to be since the beginning of Rebirth. I didn't like the humor around Batman or the several mentions to the old Superfriends cartoon (which I consider bad because it remembers the terrible days of DC before the first crisis), but overall, it was a very good edition.

    Also, I would like to add that Martian Manhunter is the best leader this team ever had. Congratulations to Snyder for realizing this.

  • 8.5
    mglsts Jun 9, 2018

    Mostly a setup issue, but has some interesting plot threads teased.

  • 8.5
    DarioV Aug 21, 2018

    I'll never get tired to say that writing the core superhero team for Marvel or DC might be the hardest feat in mainstream comics, and if anyone was going to be able to do it, that was Scott Snyder. He has by now proved himself over and over, both in more intimate stories (most of his Batman run) and in hyper bombastic ones (for one, Metal), so I believe he's going to make the Justice League great again. With this first issue he has brought back what fans love of the League: classic characters, fun interactions between them, cool villains. But he has also found a way of not making it the usual scramble of older ideas, with a threat that is mysterious and could herald something very interesting like Metal did.

    The art by Cheung wa more

  • 8.0
    Dispatchdcu Jun 10, 2018

    Welcome to the Oblivion Bar where the first round is on me and the pretzels are free! Be warned: like the pickled eggs at the bar, this issue is going to get SPOILED rotten.

    The best word to describe the Justice League book since Snyder took over has been... “interesting”. The second word would be “confusing” hands down. This issue hits both of those right out of the gate. My worry with any Snyder story is that he has a knack for making these large, elaborate, epic stories to trap himself in a corner only later to have him literally wish the problem away with magic or creation of something that never existed before.... until when he needs it in the dang story! Point is: this story comes right out of the gate more confus more

  • 7.0
    Gizmo Jul 14, 2018

    Aw man, not cool Lex. This is promising, but I kind of want Snyder to tackle something that isn't a threat to the world again. Then again, that's Justice League for you.

  • 5.0
    KesheR Jun 24, 2018

    The art is great. That's where the fun ends.

    SPOILERS!!!!!!!!

    So I don't know if I'm getting this right, but it seems like in the first pages, and off-panel, the continents break, the moon is destroyed, Vandal Savage is killed and Swamp Thing fixes the continents again. Is all of this real, or just a dream, or what? Because none of these world-shattering events feel important or meaningful at all. Continents breaking should have killed millions of people and destroyed civilization. Moon exploding should cause chaos in sea cycles and night animals. Batman has planted enough bombs in the moon to blow it up and no League member raises an eyebrow. Swamp Thing is so overpowered now that he is basically God at this point. Va more

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