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In Pursuit of JusticeThe World's Greatest Super-Heroes are about to face the deadliest alliance of super-villains the world has ever seen. It's the ultimate face-off of good vs. evil in a battle for the fate of the planet. And in order for the members of the fabled Justice League of America to have a chance of defeating their adversaries, they must make a radical change in In Pursuit of JusticeThe World's Greatest Super-Heroes are about to face the deadliest alliance of super-villains the world has ever seen. It's the ultimate face-off of good vs. evil in a battle for the fate of the planet. And in order for the members of the fabled Justice League of America to have a chance of defeating their adversaries, they must make a radical change in their appearance. But will it be enough?DC's pantheon of heroes is reimagined by fan-favorite painter Alex Ross (THE WORLD'S GREATEST SUPER-HEROES, KINGDOM COME) and writer Jim Krueger (Earth X, Universe X), with pencil art by Doug Braithwaite (Paradise X) painted by Ross in this fantastic new hardcover collecting the final four issues of the best-selling maxiseries, plus expansive character bios, sketches, and more.


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In Pursuit of JusticeThe World's Greatest Super-Heroes are about to face the deadliest alliance of super-villains the world has ever seen. It's the ultimate face-off of good vs. evil in a battle for the fate of the planet. And in order for the members of the fabled Justice League of America to have a chance of defeating their adversaries, they must make a radical change in In Pursuit of JusticeThe World's Greatest Super-Heroes are about to face the deadliest alliance of super-villains the world has ever seen. It's the ultimate face-off of good vs. evil in a battle for the fate of the planet. And in order for the members of the fabled Justice League of America to have a chance of defeating their adversaries, they must make a radical change in their appearance. But will it be enough?DC's pantheon of heroes is reimagined by fan-favorite painter Alex Ross (THE WORLD'S GREATEST SUPER-HEROES, KINGDOM COME) and writer Jim Krueger (Earth X, Universe X), with pencil art by Doug Braithwaite (Paradise X) painted by Ross in this fantastic new hardcover collecting the final four issues of the best-selling maxiseries, plus expansive character bios, sketches, and more.

30 review for Justice, Volume 3

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sesana

    Well... It looks great. But the ending was choppy, rushed, convoluted, and forced by necessity to push a reset button on the whole thing to the point where it doesn't even matter if this is in continuity or not. Disappointing, but pretty. Well... It looks great. But the ending was choppy, rushed, convoluted, and forced by necessity to push a reset button on the whole thing to the point where it doesn't even matter if this is in continuity or not. Disappointing, but pretty.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Garrett

    An ok conclusion to an ok series

  3. 5 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    Justice has been a surprise hit for me but does it finish strong? This is it. The villains are out in full force, but so are the heroes. After the build up of all the heroes getting their asses handed to them it's their turn to fight back. Huge world battles all around. Multiple heroes facing off against multiple villains. It's almost as if the writer and artist had all these toys and started placing them in a bin and playing with them with pows and kicks and so on. Good: There's some great mome Justice has been a surprise hit for me but does it finish strong? This is it. The villains are out in full force, but so are the heroes. After the build up of all the heroes getting their asses handed to them it's their turn to fight back. Huge world battles all around. Multiple heroes facing off against multiple villains. It's almost as if the writer and artist had all these toys and started placing them in a bin and playing with them with pows and kicks and so on. Good: There's some great moments. One really great moment is with Billy facing off against his friends and shows how much of a hero he is. There's also some epic fights, because of how huge they are, they are entertaining. Bad: The storyline is basically "EVERYONE FIGHT" and that's it. All the planning and scheming is thrown out the window for the fighting. The ending felt safe compared to the rest. Overall still a good volume but not nearly as captivating as volume 1-2. Either way the series is worth checking out but this one is around a 3 out of 5.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Scott

    This review is for the entire Justice Maxi-Series As it went along I became aware that justice was nothing short of a big, stinky turd, which may be a bit crass, but seems the only phrase befitting it. What promised to be a superhero epic that examined true heroism and villainy continually became more and more predictable and disappointing. The writing was often times cheesy and/or muddy, leaving me scratching my head as to what was going on or laughing at the utter stupidity of what I did unders This review is for the entire Justice Maxi-Series As it went along I became aware that justice was nothing short of a big, stinky turd, which may be a bit crass, but seems the only phrase befitting it. What promised to be a superhero epic that examined true heroism and villainy continually became more and more predictable and disappointing. The writing was often times cheesy and/or muddy, leaving me scratching my head as to what was going on or laughing at the utter stupidity of what I did understand. Some of this was due to my lack of knowledge/interest in the DC characters. But I'm not a total Marvel snob. Batman is generally incredible. And identity crisis is on of the best things I've ever read. On top of that there are far too many characters and storylines leaving most to get short changed and ultimately leaving the reader with only the shallowest of plot and character development. This is just bad story telling. I shouldn't have to move from one panel to the next felling like I have somehow missed pages of information. Oh and while we are on the subject, can we please stop praising Alex Ross's overhyped, laughably bad artwork and call it what it is, the work of a hack who is making way too much money and wining far too many accolades for something any 3rd rate art student would be laughed at for doing. This is the kind of cruddy artwork that gives comics a bad name. Now after so much time bashing, I will say Doug Braithwaite penciling is pretty outstanding, even if it is covered up by Alex Ross. Chapter 4 was also very good and may have raised my hopes a little high for the rest of the series. And I will say, for all Alex Ross does wrong Solomon Grundy, Parasite, Scarecrow, and Bizarro are terrifying villains who look as cool as they do scary. But again they are underutilized or lost in the cluster-fracas of this nearly unreadable mess.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Justyn Rampa

    I don't really have much to add to this particular volume's review other than a re-iteration of some previous thoughts. Ultimately, the series as whole (this being the final volume) did not live up to the promise and potential of the first volume for me. It was a series set to explore villainy and heroism by asking some really interesting questions and presenting some challenging situations. I feel like we did not really explore the most unique aspect of this story nearly enough as the series be I don't really have much to add to this particular volume's review other than a re-iteration of some previous thoughts. Ultimately, the series as whole (this being the final volume) did not live up to the promise and potential of the first volume for me. It was a series set to explore villainy and heroism by asking some really interesting questions and presenting some challenging situations. I feel like we did not really explore the most unique aspect of this story nearly enough as the series became much closer to a re-hashing of two landmark Justice League stories, "Identity Crisis" and "Tower of Babel". Alex Ross wrote the intro notes to the final volume and I found it to be the least engaging of the three author notes. The series ended with what I felt to be a completely inappropriate monologue from Batman that sounds more akin to something Superman would say. The resolution to the conflict seemed cool but everything was so convoluted and poorly explained that I feel like the reader is presented with a bit of a struggle to really grasp everything that is going on. Also, Jim Krueger completely wasted Joker. I don't even understand why he was featured so prominently on the cover because he did absolutely nothing to further the plot. Ultimately, this series was a big disappointment with one bright spot of amazing pencil work by Doug Braithwaite!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    It's kind of clever the way the plan came together at the end, although I feel like this was more a series of cool moments than a unified story. I am going to have to single out Captain Marvel crushing Kryptonite in his fist so Superman doesn't have to be afraid of it ever again. That isn't going to work. It can still hurt him even if it's in little bitty pieces and now it's harder to clean up. Wisdom of Solomon my ass. It's kind of clever the way the plan came together at the end, although I feel like this was more a series of cool moments than a unified story. I am going to have to single out Captain Marvel crushing Kryptonite in his fist so Superman doesn't have to be afraid of it ever again. That isn't going to work. It can still hurt him even if it's in little bitty pieces and now it's harder to clean up. Wisdom of Solomon my ass.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Julio Bonilla

    The cover made me think the heroes are ready for payback!!!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Owais

    The only way to describe the conclusion to this story is to call it spectacular.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    Overall, gotta admit that I enjoyed this story a little more than expected. Parts of it didn't entirely work for me - the ease with which Brainiac's turning humans into robotic life was undone, the literal deus ex machina of Wonder Woman being reborn, anything with Zatanna (sorry - I can't get past the lameness of talking backwards to cast spells, or the anything-goes-except-what-the-writer-doesn't-want aspect of her powers - she can chase Brainiac anywhere, but couldn't say "NamauqA, raeppa" wh Overall, gotta admit that I enjoyed this story a little more than expected. Parts of it didn't entirely work for me - the ease with which Brainiac's turning humans into robotic life was undone, the literal deus ex machina of Wonder Woman being reborn, anything with Zatanna (sorry - I can't get past the lameness of talking backwards to cast spells, or the anything-goes-except-what-the-writer-doesn't-want aspect of her powers - she can chase Brainiac anywhere, but couldn't say "NamauqA, raeppa" when Aquaman was kidnapped"). The story has some good twists, and some creative uses of powers. Appreciated Supergirl taking out Poison Ivy in a second, thus proving that other superheroes are redundant when a Super is present. ;) Enjoyed seeing Brainiac and Luthor as the DCU's big bads. Batman had some nice lines. Most of the art is terrific, though some of the action sequences are hard to follow. I enjoyed it for the first 2/3rds anyway. It starts to show cracks toward the back-end. Scarecrow drives everyone crazy with fear, then gets bitten by the Joker, and everyone apparently stops being scared? What? For some reason, I can't read a story like this (a big fanboy superhero orgy) without dwelling on all the parts that didn't work for me - despite the logic of it, superheroes fighting in Metal Men-outfits struck me as an obvious attempt to create a toyline and felt phoney; the dialogue mostly sucked - sorry, but I really felt that most of the lines were fanboy-writer masturbation rather than honest compliments; why does Hal chase the missiles if the GLC is going to dispose of them anyway? Though I did enjoy their take on Batman, Superman and Captain Marvel, I still feel like most of the characters lacked for much personality. Any personality, really. They all talked only about how great their fellow JLAers are or talked about how brilliant and surprising their strategy is. So, yeah, didn't love it, didn't hate it. I think it's just the tone of the story that makes me look for flaws in it, but it was solidly entertaining. Just not the type of story I really enjoy.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Steve Tetreault

    What it's about: In this final volume of the collection, the heroes find themselves backed into a corner. The villains have convinced the world that the heroes have failed them, and that only the villains can provide for humanity the safety and security they'd like. The heroes have been infiltrated, betrayed, and defeated at every turn. The villains have either captured or taken control of the heroes' loved ones, creating a hostage situation and fighting force that the heroes cannot push back ag What it's about: In this final volume of the collection, the heroes find themselves backed into a corner. The villains have convinced the world that the heroes have failed them, and that only the villains can provide for humanity the safety and security they'd like. The heroes have been infiltrated, betrayed, and defeated at every turn. The villains have either captured or taken control of the heroes' loved ones, creating a hostage situation and fighting force that the heroes cannot push back against without hurting those they love. But the heroes are not heroes only when things are easy. They prepare to make the ultimate sacrifices in order to help save the world once again. What I thought: Part of this series that's supposed to make readers think is that the heroes find themselves in a position where they may have to make some significant sacrifices - either of themselves or their loved ones - in order to overcome the bad guys. That is a fascinating idea - what are we willing to give up in order to help the larger world? Particularly at this moment in 2020, this seems like an extremely relevant issue. Superman even has an entire internal monologue about how his powers protect him but endanger those closest to him. It's interesting and adds a layer to him that I don't think I've considered before. (view spoiler)[But as the story develops, those potential sacrifices get pared back further and further, until only one member of the League seems to be actually sacrificing anything. And then that sacrifice ends up getting completely mitigated, and everything is back to status quo by the end of the book. (hide spoiler)] I find that to be a major let-down of what could have been a really amazing, important, interesting premise. Why I rated it like I did: I was going to give this a 2, because the overall story is kind of meh, but this volume does have a couple of very clever maneuvers by the Justice League that I didn't see coming (and neither did the villains).

  11. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

    This was a fairly satisfying end to the series. There were some nice moments in these last four issues. As I said in previous reviews, the plot is overly complicated and the whole thing is a bit too high-concept. But it's fun to read and it gives Braithwaite and Ross a lot of opportunities to create some amazing art. If you like Alex Ross and the Silver Age JLA, you can't really go wrong with this. As a side note, I found myself thinking about Brad Meltzer's Identity Crisis a number of times whil This was a fairly satisfying end to the series. There were some nice moments in these last four issues. As I said in previous reviews, the plot is overly complicated and the whole thing is a bit too high-concept. But it's fun to read and it gives Braithwaite and Ross a lot of opportunities to create some amazing art. If you like Alex Ross and the Silver Age JLA, you can't really go wrong with this. As a side note, I found myself thinking about Brad Meltzer's Identity Crisis a number of times while reading this. Identity Crisis came out about a year before this book, and it almost feels like some stuff in this story is commenting on stuff in that book. I'm probably wrong about that, but regardless, it's interesting to compare these two takes on the Silver Age JLA. And on a format note: I read this via Comixology. There's a lot of detail in the art here, so it's nice to be able to zoom in and pan around. Digital is definitely better than TPB for something like this, if your eyes, like mine, aren't great. (Even better, though would be reading it in a large print format, like Absolute Justice. That's out of print though, and used copies are really expensive.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Will Brown

    Justice gives a lot of B & C-list characters moments to shine, but the story itself left something to be desired. What if every supervillain teamed up? What if they knew everyone's secret identities? What if super villains actually DID decide to help solve all the worlds problems instead acting selfishly? And why havent the Justice League tried to do anything on that scale? The book asks a lot of questions and creates some interesting scenarios that arent fully explored the way I would have like Justice gives a lot of B & C-list characters moments to shine, but the story itself left something to be desired. What if every supervillain teamed up? What if they knew everyone's secret identities? What if super villains actually DID decide to help solve all the worlds problems instead acting selfishly? And why havent the Justice League tried to do anything on that scale? The book asks a lot of questions and creates some interesting scenarios that arent fully explored the way I would have liked. The presence of nanomachines and the fact that they're STILL trying to kill the Justice League while doing this humanitarian work really undercut the drama/intrigue for me and the revelation of mind control was disappointing and snapped me out of the story. This series really would have been better if the Legion of Doom was trying to right the world's wrongs entirely of their own will and we didnt know who was behind the assassination attempts until MUCH later. Anyways, the designs are cool, the fights are fun (though a bit chaotic and hard to follow), but the plot's not great and could have benefitted from being shorter and more focused.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Brent

    Wow, the art by Braithwaite and Ross. So, that's where Legion of Doom from current Justice League stories comes from: 1970s Super Friends, per Alex Ross' essay in Introduction here. This is about the best pre-Crisis JLA I could imagine, though. I love that both Plastic Man and Elongated Man are featured, with some small friction. You even get Teen Titans, Doom Patrol, Marvel Family, and Supergirl in this volume. I am a fan of Braithwaite's appealing pencil art. Have we got Alex Ross scheduled for Wow, the art by Braithwaite and Ross. So, that's where Legion of Doom from current Justice League stories comes from: 1970s Super Friends, per Alex Ross' essay in Introduction here. This is about the best pre-Crisis JLA I could imagine, though. I love that both Plastic Man and Elongated Man are featured, with some small friction. You even get Teen Titans, Doom Patrol, Marvel Family, and Supergirl in this volume. I am a fan of Braithwaite's appealing pencil art. Have we got Alex Ross scheduled for a JLA-JSA team-up yet? A DC-Marvel crossover? Astro City vs. Pictopia? I think he could paint a grocery list and I would find it visually appealing. Recommended.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Liv

    This one was the weakest of the bunch, but still enjoyable. I think its issue was the same with a lot of graphic novels that try to incorporate 10+ characters: the stories start to wear thin and it gets a bit loosey goosey. Don’t get me wrong, the art was still great (I love those big group shots) and I saw a lot of new characters, but it does make for a story that’s more difficult to follow. I also don’t know too many dc characters (heroes and their nemeses). The Batman notes at the end are hel This one was the weakest of the bunch, but still enjoyable. I think its issue was the same with a lot of graphic novels that try to incorporate 10+ characters: the stories start to wear thin and it gets a bit loosey goosey. Don’t get me wrong, the art was still great (I love those big group shots) and I saw a lot of new characters, but it does make for a story that’s more difficult to follow. I also don’t know too many dc characters (heroes and their nemeses). The Batman notes at the end are helpful to give some character background.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sean

    The last third of the Justice maxi-series by Alex Ross, Jim Krueger, and others concludes here and I'm underwhelmed. While the new looks created here all look amazing, their point and the plot itself is nonsense. The plot holes here are too many to overlook. Some of the ideas are great but the final execution is lacking. Of course the art is good as expected but stiff at times. Overall, an unfortunate ending. The last third of the Justice maxi-series by Alex Ross, Jim Krueger, and others concludes here and I'm underwhelmed. While the new looks created here all look amazing, their point and the plot itself is nonsense. The plot holes here are too many to overlook. Some of the ideas are great but the final execution is lacking. Of course the art is good as expected but stiff at times. Overall, an unfortunate ending.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Nathan Bissett

    Finally, the villains plan is discovered by the JLA and it's time to take the fight to the Legion of Doom members controlled by Braniac. A nonstop thrill ride of a final act. The writing is incredibly tight and the spectacular art helps speed along the story. If you're a fan of big scale stories and all the best villains in the DCU, JUSTICE is for you! Finally, the villains plan is discovered by the JLA and it's time to take the fight to the Legion of Doom members controlled by Braniac. A nonstop thrill ride of a final act. The writing is incredibly tight and the spectacular art helps speed along the story. If you're a fan of big scale stories and all the best villains in the DCU, JUSTICE is for you!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Joseph

    Now this was good and I think better than the past two volumes, especially the first one that I wasn't a huge fan. The story was good and the art was good. This brought the conclusion for the League going against their enemies and Brainic, who was the leader (don't tell that to Lex). Now this was good and I think better than the past two volumes, especially the first one that I wasn't a huge fan. The story was good and the art was good. This brought the conclusion for the League going against their enemies and Brainic, who was the leader (don't tell that to Lex).

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ανδρέας Μιχαηλίδης

    Reread it after many years, expecting to be disappointed. In truth, the opening twist is quite good, even though the reveal and resolution are patently superhero-silly. Beautiful art throughout, though.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lavell

    Artwork: Excellent Story: Excellent The conclusion of an excellent story. I was really into this one and it did not disappoint. I marveled at the artwork and the story was excellent. I'm sad it's over. Artwork: Excellent Story: Excellent The conclusion of an excellent story. I was really into this one and it did not disappoint. I marveled at the artwork and the story was excellent. I'm sad it's over.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Phil Deschler

    The Justice League wins.

  21. 5 out of 5

    John Gentry

    It's a solid example of a Justice League story. Great scifi elements and always beautiful Alex Ross artwork. It's a solid example of a Justice League story. Great scifi elements and always beautiful Alex Ross artwork.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Casey Taylor

    Basically an excuse to show off Alex Ross painting pretty pictures. The story is a mess - abrupt changes, unclear exposition. But it's easy on the eyes. Basically an excuse to show off Alex Ross painting pretty pictures. The story is a mess - abrupt changes, unclear exposition. But it's easy on the eyes.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Hans

    (This review is a collective for all three volumes of Justice) This comic was both so interesting and so amazing :D Whilst I carry the general opinion that I prefer Alex Ross' artworks to be on covers or promotional material as opposed to materials (as they are so detailed filled and therefore I find it hard to see what's quickly happening) but I felt in this series, the artwork truly shined! The storyline was so gripping from point one and even though it required some default understanding of th (This review is a collective for all three volumes of Justice) This comic was both so interesting and so amazing :D Whilst I carry the general opinion that I prefer Alex Ross' artworks to be on covers or promotional material as opposed to materials (as they are so detailed filled and therefore I find it hard to see what's quickly happening) but I felt in this series, the artwork truly shined! The storyline was so gripping from point one and even though it required some default understanding of the basic ideas and morals of each of these superheroes and their respective villains, the fact it didn't need to explain much from the start gave the story a chance to propel itself forward quite swiftly! The mystery and wickedness of this series is interesting! It kept me turning the page over and over and as such it drew me into this massive universe of lore!

  24. 4 out of 5

    B. Rule

    This was a disappointing end to the arc that started very strongly. As all stories like this must, this conclusion to the "Super Friends"-esque story centers largely on the big, all-hands-on-deck battle where the heroes right the wrongs and return things to the status quo. Unfortunately, that means tons of splash pages and big battle scenes, which are my least favorite parts of comics. Despite providing nice opportunities for the artists to strut their stuff, those parts are largely boring becau This was a disappointing end to the arc that started very strongly. As all stories like this must, this conclusion to the "Super Friends"-esque story centers largely on the big, all-hands-on-deck battle where the heroes right the wrongs and return things to the status quo. Unfortunately, that means tons of splash pages and big battle scenes, which are my least favorite parts of comics. Despite providing nice opportunities for the artists to strut their stuff, those parts are largely boring because they often devolve into celebrations of physical violence and flatten out the personality differences between characters that make reading these stories so fun. This book definitely suffers from those weaknesses. Further, it loses a lot of the humor and winking references that made the first two volumes so entertaining. The bombast is dialed way up here, but the humor, heart, and sense are drowned out. I still don't really understand how the big plan worked, other than that Green Lantern apparently has an annulus ex machina that can somehow hit the reset button on all of the villains' machinations. Oh, and that kryptonite loses its efficacy if crushed into powder, I guess? Honestly, I don't know. This book made a hash of a lot of things and I lost interest in places. The end hints at some sort of higher-order resolution to the eternal return of comic book life, but it lacked punch and felt off using Batman as the mouthpiece. This was a big let-down as the earlier volumes were fantastic.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Gavin

    As with many trilogies, the third volume brought me the most enjoyment. Once they've all figured out what is going on, the JLA (the gigantic full roster) kicks into action with a plan from, who else, Batman. The art is again phenomenal, and the story is great too, featuring heroic actions from even those who don't get that much mainstream attention, and a masterplan from the evil forces (led by Brainiac and Luthor, but even they aren't quite getting along...) that keeps us guessing and on heels As with many trilogies, the third volume brought me the most enjoyment. Once they've all figured out what is going on, the JLA (the gigantic full roster) kicks into action with a plan from, who else, Batman. The art is again phenomenal, and the story is great too, featuring heroic actions from even those who don't get that much mainstream attention, and a masterplan from the evil forces (led by Brainiac and Luthor, but even they aren't quite getting along...) that keeps us guessing and on heels until the conclusion, and it even appears that the JLA might not win this battle...again, splendid artwork, as in, I would buy some of this and hang it in my home. Also, the fact that this exists outside of continuity gives some freedom to range with the story. Other pluses: Aquaman doesn't have to be the butt of the jokes, and the Joker puts a wild card into the whole thing...Strongly recommended.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Blair Conrad

    I've no interest in writing blurbs about each of the three books in the series, so this'll have to do for the bunch. Not bad. The art (which people tend to rave about) was pretty, although I noticed that some characters looked exactly the same, except for the colour of their costumes (Superman and Captain Marvel come to mind). Of course, maybe that's intentional, but when you're "shooting" someone from the face up, it doesn't help the reader very much. The premise was very interesting, and formed I've no interest in writing blurbs about each of the three books in the series, so this'll have to do for the bunch. Not bad. The art (which people tend to rave about) was pretty, although I noticed that some characters looked exactly the same, except for the colour of their costumes (Superman and Captain Marvel come to mind). Of course, maybe that's intentional, but when you're "shooting" someone from the face up, it doesn't help the reader very much. The premise was very interesting, and formed a good base for the arc. Not being familiar with most of the DC villains, I was sometimes a little confused, so I can't really comment on the execution. Ultimately, nothing particularly deep here, and I feel like the whole thing was written like a Simpson's episode - everything will be back to normal next week. Still, it was a good time-filler.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Matt Shaqfan

    not a DC fan but this series was pretty good. all the villians wake up one day from a dream where the super-heroes aren't able to save the world---everyone dies. the villians, with brainiac and lex luthor in charge i guess, all ban together to create a new world(s)and new sings of hope--- by supposidly curing the sick, eliminating genetic imperfections, removing all 'crime', creating these utopian cities, etc... i don't know how to describe this i guess. the bad guys make themselves look like go not a DC fan but this series was pretty good. all the villians wake up one day from a dream where the super-heroes aren't able to save the world---everyone dies. the villians, with brainiac and lex luthor in charge i guess, all ban together to create a new world(s)and new sings of hope--- by supposidly curing the sick, eliminating genetic imperfections, removing all 'crime', creating these utopian cities, etc... i don't know how to describe this i guess. the bad guys make themselves look like good guys. people fall for it, and the good guys have to come in and stop them. yeah, that works. i guess this is a new spin on the classic cartoon 'superfriends' too.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ubalstecha

    The battle concludes in this third and final volume of the mini-series. The villains have succeed in taking over the world. Their plan to relocated humanity to spheres is well underway. Meanwhile, the Justice League calls in some allies to help them defeat the rogue's gallery. And the solution found to combat Brainiac's nanobots is unique. Meanwhile, they have to figure out how to free the heroes' loved ones who are not only being held hostage, but have somehow been turned against the Justice Le The battle concludes in this third and final volume of the mini-series. The villains have succeed in taking over the world. Their plan to relocated humanity to spheres is well underway. Meanwhile, the Justice League calls in some allies to help them defeat the rogue's gallery. And the solution found to combat Brainiac's nanobots is unique. Meanwhile, they have to figure out how to free the heroes' loved ones who are not only being held hostage, but have somehow been turned against the Justice League. An action filled, and blessedly logical conclusion to the saga. It will leave the reader satisfied. Pick it up.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Caro

    Woo Hoo! That was fun and supremely awesome. Heart stopping, breath stealing, adrenaline pumping, emotionally involved, stomach knotting, action packed, and finger gripping til the end. A great ending to a great 'maxiseries'. I would definitely say this would be something worth shelf space. Just to read again. It's like a classic action movie that wouldn't get old. There were even more twists and Joker was perfectly himself in this. Definitely brought out the humor. :) This had me gripped and wo Woo Hoo! That was fun and supremely awesome. Heart stopping, breath stealing, adrenaline pumping, emotionally involved, stomach knotting, action packed, and finger gripping til the end. A great ending to a great 'maxiseries'. I would definitely say this would be something worth shelf space. Just to read again. It's like a classic action movie that wouldn't get old. There were even more twists and Joker was perfectly himself in this. Definitely brought out the humor. :) This had me gripped and wouldn't let me go until the end. Worth the read and more. Enjoy Heroically!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Joseph

    Alex Ross' art is so stately and beautiful, that while his stories can leave you a little cold, you're willing to forgive him. I guess it's fitting then, that Justice wraps up its story by wrapping up its heroes in metal suits. I enjoyed some of the switcheroos he pulled at the end, but with such a huge cast of characters, it just kind of turns into a mish-mash. The good guys fight the bad guys and I just don't care all that much. Alex Ross' art is so stately and beautiful, that while his stories can leave you a little cold, you're willing to forgive him. I guess it's fitting then, that Justice wraps up its story by wrapping up its heroes in metal suits. I enjoyed some of the switcheroos he pulled at the end, but with such a huge cast of characters, it just kind of turns into a mish-mash. The good guys fight the bad guys and I just don't care all that much.

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