Justice League 3001 #11

Writer: Keith Giffen, J. M. DeMatteis Artist: Scott Kolins Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: April 27, 2016 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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Now that the Justice League is aware of Lady Styx's ultimate plan, the team is forced to stand its ground to save the human race from extinction. Little do they know that Eclipso is hot on their tails! Plus, the Justice League may have a traitor in its midst.

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Apr 28, 2016

    Justice League 3001 is the kind of book where I know there's a grand plan (of sorts) and everything is moving in particular ways. At the same time I have no real idea of what the goal is or what I'm supposed to take away from it, hence I just have fun enjoying the moments and the driving forces of it. I've long enjoyed the work that DeMatteis and Giffen can do, though it's been many years since I last got a really good taste of it and perhaps my own tastes have veered away more than I expected. But Justice League 3001 really hits a certain sweet spot I don't think other books are providing. I'm also hugely glad that Scott Kolins got onto the book because it really seems like he completely gets what they're trying to present and I think it takes his work up a few notches as well in the end. Very fun, weird, and chaotic stuff that delights for the nuts like me. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Weird Science - Jim Werner Apr 28, 2016

    Justice League 3001 continues being the best book nobody is talking about.  They should be because it is non-stop fun and hilarity all wrapped up in the crazy story of a Justice League that is barely recognizable with name drops and Easter eggs from throughout DC Comic's vast history.  If you aren't already reading, go back and start from the beginning,  If you are already a fan, you probably can't wait to see how it all ends...just like this guy! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Supergirl Comic Box Commentary - Anj May 4, 2016

    I still love the book. I like this issue. The members and their personalities and interactions are wonderful. The ideas are big and deep and fun. The villains are interesting. It is a wonderful omelet of a book, bringing in great DC bits of continuity. But it is running down the road, a bit out of control, to get to the finish line. What I wouldn't give for three more issues and a little more time. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Batman-News - Brittany Anne Apr 29, 2016

    As I mentioned in my review, the potential of this female Justice League was there, but they didn't do much with it. I feel as if at times Wonder Woman and even Guy Gardner had to compensate to be a 'guy', in order to make sure we felt that there was still masculinity in the Justice League. TRUST ME. We don't need that. Women can be just as strong as men can and seeing that in this comic book, would've brought the realization of how much we lack female superheroes and villains in the comic book world. Still a good comic book, just not my cup of tea right now. (Rant over.) Read Full Review

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