Justice League: Generation Lost #15

Justice League: Generation Lost #15

Writer: Judd Winick Artist: Joe Bennett Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 8, 2010 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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  • 9.5
    Comic Book Bin - Herv St-Louis Jan 1, 2011

    Bennett is back. I always like his work. He draws beautiful women. His characters faces are always full of expressions. His work here complements Winick script perfectly. Jadson gives Bennetts pencils a more angular feel which is not bad at all. Inkers usually give him softer lines, but I like the contrast here. With solid pencils, any play on inks usually make the drawings look good no matter what. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    IGN - Dan Phillips Dec 31, 1969

    Generation Lost has long been much more than just a string of neat ideas, and Winick here adds to the fantastic characterization he's brought to this cast of characters since the series began. I love the way Booster Gold, over the course of the series, is slowly stepping into a leadership role, and the way the he dresses down a blood-thirsty Captain Atom in this issue was a great touch, one that added legitimacy to Booster without ignoring the character's core sense of humor. Add in some solid art from Joe Bennett and a shocking last page twist, and you get another very entertaining installment of DC's best biweekly book. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    IGN - Dec 9, 2010

    Generation Lost has long been much more than just a string of neat ideas, and Winick here adds to the fantastic characterization he's brought to this cast of characters since the series began. I love the way Booster Gold, over the course of the series, is slowly stepping into a leadership role, and the way the he dresses down a blood-thirsty Captain Atom in this issue was a great touch, one that added legitimacy to Booster without ignoring the character's core sense of humor. Add in some solid art from Joe Bennett and a shocking last page twist, and you get another very entertaining installment of DC's best biweekly book. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Book Resources - Doug Zawisza Dec 9, 2010

    "Generation Lost" is a series that has frustrated me with its deceptively simple plot. The story, in my opinion, should have had a quick resolution one way or another, but Winick has made good work of dropping in some surprises, subsequently bending up what should be a prescribed straight and narrow plot. Now, with the tables turned, Lord is pulling out all the stops, and this story is going off the path into the wildflowers. What happens from here is going to change some of these characters permanently. Read Full Review

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