Justice League: Generation Lost #4

Writer: Keith Giffen Artist: Joe Bennett Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 23, 2010 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 5
7.2Critic Rating
N/AUser Rating

  • 10
    Comic Vine - Zack Freeman Jun 23, 2010

    This has been consistently one of the best books I've been reading from DC and great companion piece to Winick's other great book this week, Power Girl. I've been enjoying it so much over the past few weeks that I'm looking forward to picking up a new issue every Wednesday. This puts a real human face on the fall-out of Brightest Day. There's been a lot of attempts at putting the old magic back in a bottle, but this is the one that manages to perfectly captures what was so appealing about Giffen's classic JLI while still updating for modern continuity. I highly recommend you go out and pick this up, now. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Bin - Herv St-Louis Jul 11, 2010

    Bennett is a good value but his facial expressions are not all the way to the level of some of the classic artists that have worked with this specific team of the Justice League. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    IGN - Tyler Parker Jun 23, 2010

    Joe Bennett pulls art duties for this issue and pleases once again (last seen in issue #2). Bennett's art combined with some timely humor helped save this issue's center portion. Justice League: Generation Lost is definitely worth a look, and has the potential to be one of the more robust Brightest Day offerings. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Book Resources - Doug Zawisza Jun 24, 2010

    "Justice League: Generation Lost" has had a slow start, but after four issues, some tread is starting to grip the road and this story seems ready to start really rolling. With the team (which refuses to acknowledge that they are, indeed, a team) now up to an even half-dozen, I'm curious as to who's waiting in the wings to help the cause. Batman seems like a logical candidate. One thing is for certain, I'll be checking in to see what's happening. I might even decide to check it out digitally. Anyone have an iPad I can borrow? Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Jul 4, 2010

    The transition from mostly-benevolent-capitalist to all-out-evil-thing was a slow one for Max, but its good to see him being at least kind of human again here. The use of these characters together is as much a repudiation of the JLI book (since the tone here is NOTHING like that book) as it is a celebration, but its good to see these mostly sidelined characters getting respect. Its sad that we had to destroy some of their new backstory to get there, but at least its good stuff to read. Im really hoping that Brightest Day shows its cards soon, and that the reveal is worth the time getting there. This issue is getting better, but its still got room for improvement. Read Full Review

Be the first to rate this issue!

Click the 'Rate/Write A Review' link above to get started.

Reviews for the Week of...