Justice League International #10

Justice League International #10

Writer: Dan Jurgens Artist: Aaron Lopresti Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 6, 2012 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
4.8Critic Rating
5.5User Rating

The JLI--Booster Gold, August General in Iron, Godiva, Guy Gardner, Batwing, O.M.A.C. and Firehawk--face off against the Burners, who want to create anarchy by any means necessary!

  • 5.0
    Razorfine - Alan Rapp Jun 9, 2012

    We do get a couple of small moments between August General in Iron and O.M.A.C. over their similar situations and another scene of Guy Gardner visiting Ice in the hospital, but the focus is on a group of relatively unitnteresting super-villains that ends with the JLI smacked down again along with yet another cliffhanger. Hit-and-Miss. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Entertainment Fuse - Nicole D'Andria Jul 1, 2012

    Unfortunately, the pacing is still atrocious, the villains range from respectably boring to irritating, and a lot of filler is put into the romantic escapades of the members of the JLI. With only two issues left, I'm sticking through this series to see the end of the JLI, and this issue has given me a little hoping via the entertaining action sequences, but offered little else. The writer needs to start focusing on what is important. Read Full Review

  • 4.5
    IGN - Benjamin Bailey Jun 6, 2012

    The art is better than the script, fortunately. Aaron Lopresti does a fine, if some what forgettable, job. There is nothing exciting or dynamic in these pages. His art looks good, but it lacks that punch that holds you on a page for a moment. Sadly, this is the kind of comic that you just read, close, and forget. Justice League International doesn't leave a lasting impression. It is guilty of the worst and most heinous of all comic book crimes: it is boring. Read Full Review

  • 4.5
    A Comic Book Blog - Daniel Cole Jun 13, 2012

    So this is the issue that highlights all the problems the title has. They are mainly narrative based as Jurgens has seemingly run out of steam. The antagonists are uninteresting and the interesting heroes have become annoying as they regurgitate a flat script. Lopresti does his best to keep us visually engaged, but it doesn't distract enough from the narrative. For now the Justice League International is a title that has too many problems. Read Full Review

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