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Collecting the best-selling 6-issue miniseries that reunited the 1980s incarnation of the team! The heroes are convinced by Maxwell Lord to become a team for hire, but no sooner do they re-form than they're captured by Roulette. She pits one against the other in her arena but the team escapes, only to come face-to-face with galactic conqueror (and inter-stellar headcase) M Collecting the best-selling 6-issue miniseries that reunited the 1980s incarnation of the team! The heroes are convinced by Maxwell Lord to become a team for hire, but no sooner do they re-form than they're captured by Roulette. She pits one against the other in her arena but the team escapes, only to come face-to-face with galactic conqueror (and inter-stellar headcase) Manga Khan!


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Collecting the best-selling 6-issue miniseries that reunited the 1980s incarnation of the team! The heroes are convinced by Maxwell Lord to become a team for hire, but no sooner do they re-form than they're captured by Roulette. She pits one against the other in her arena but the team escapes, only to come face-to-face with galactic conqueror (and inter-stellar headcase) M Collecting the best-selling 6-issue miniseries that reunited the 1980s incarnation of the team! The heroes are convinced by Maxwell Lord to become a team for hire, but no sooner do they re-form than they're captured by Roulette. She pits one against the other in her arena but the team escapes, only to come face-to-face with galactic conqueror (and inter-stellar headcase) Manga Khan!

30 review for Formerly Known as the Justice League

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sophie

    Heh. Even though it's not quite as good as "I can't believe it's not the Justice League" (mostly because it lacks Guy), this is hilarious. This includes some of my favorite Booster/Beetle moments plus several really funny (if probably out of character) Batman scenes. Hee. If you like books that have one really silly joke after the other, this is the book for you. Heh. Even though it's not quite as good as "I can't believe it's not the Justice League" (mostly because it lacks Guy), this is hilarious. This includes some of my favorite Booster/Beetle moments plus several really funny (if probably out of character) Batman scenes. Hee. If you like books that have one really silly joke after the other, this is the book for you.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Reme

    Al igual que en la Justice League International, tanto la historia como los personajes son la mar de divertidas. Es imposible leerlo sin tener una sonrisa en la cara y soltar una carcajada de vez en cuando. El argumento es muy surrealista y peca de absurdo por lo mismo, pero es el estilo de este cómic y no le pegaría otra cosa. Por supuesto, los personajes y la forma en la que están escritos hacen que la historia sean en ocasiones más surrealista todavía (si es que eso era posible). Como siempre, Al igual que en la Justice League International, tanto la historia como los personajes son la mar de divertidas. Es imposible leerlo sin tener una sonrisa en la cara y soltar una carcajada de vez en cuando. El argumento es muy surrealista y peca de absurdo por lo mismo, pero es el estilo de este cómic y no le pegaría otra cosa. Por supuesto, los personajes y la forma en la que están escritos hacen que la historia sean en ocasiones más surrealista todavía (si es que eso era posible). Como siempre, el dúo dinámico formado por Booster Gold y Blue Bettle son de lo mejorcito, y de lo más gracioso. Pero todos los personajes son buenos en este aspecto. Lo que he encontrado muy curioso es que, al igual que en los 80, este cómic hace un poco de crítica social, y del mismo mundillo del cómic, como el sexismo por ejemplo. Pero a la vez, peca y es sexista en ocasiones (paradójico, lo sé) cosa que en los 80 no era tan notable para ser la época que era. No le pongo las cinco estrellas por esto último, pero en defintiva, es una gran mini serie para pasar un buen rato y echarse unas risas.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Devero

    Giffen, DeMatteis, Maguire. Ci riprovano. Dopo la loro buona run su JLI, estremamente comica con qualche momento serio, ci riprovano in questa mini che in parte è una celebrazione di quel loro lavoro, in parte un tentativo di fare soldi sfruttando i soliti personaggi. Cosa c'è che non funziona? Come nel loro successivo tentativo con Defenders. Li chiamavano... i difensori. pietosamente fallito, manca la novità ma soprattutto lo spirito delle storie iniziali. In quello spirito, situazioni serie veni Giffen, DeMatteis, Maguire. Ci riprovano. Dopo la loro buona run su JLI, estremamente comica con qualche momento serio, ci riprovano in questa mini che in parte è una celebrazione di quel loro lavoro, in parte un tentativo di fare soldi sfruttando i soliti personaggi. Cosa c'è che non funziona? Come nel loro successivo tentativo con Defenders. Li chiamavano... i difensori. pietosamente fallito, manca la novità ma soprattutto lo spirito delle storie iniziali. In quello spirito, situazioni serie venivano affrontate in modo ridicolmente serioso, e funzionavano proprio per quello. Qui sai già che andrà tutto in vacca e i colpi di scena sono tutti telefonati come nelle peggiori comiche di Gianni & Pinotto (non che ce ne siano di buone di questo duo) con l'aggravante di usare sempre e solo quei personaggi. I disegni però sono decisamente buoni. Quindi, poiché mi sento magnanimo e mi è venuta voglia di riprendere tutto il ciclo della JLI e associati, gli dò 3 stelle. Ma che non lo facciano più.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Eskana

    A failed attempt to re-capture the goofy glory of the original "Justice League International." One that brings all characters it touches to a new, lower level. Don't bother reading this, even, no ESPECIALLY, if you like any character on the cover. I'm a big Booster Gold and Captain Atom fan, and I couldn't stand this. Skip it. Details below: Plot: So, the book starts out with a basic "putting the team together" story with Max Lord and L-Ron. Basically everyone joins readily: Ted Kord, Fire, Boost A failed attempt to re-capture the goofy glory of the original "Justice League International." One that brings all characters it touches to a new, lower level. Don't bother reading this, even, no ESPECIALLY, if you like any character on the cover. I'm a big Booster Gold and Captain Atom fan, and I couldn't stand this. Skip it. Details below: Plot: So, the book starts out with a basic "putting the team together" story with Max Lord and L-Ron. Basically everyone joins readily: Ted Kord, Fire, Booster Gold, Elongated Man and his wife, Captain Atom, and Mary Marvel. This is quickly followed by a "someone captured the heroes and forces them to fight" plotline, and then a alien take-over (Manga Khan) that just falls apart and can't be taken seriously. And that's it. Characterization: If you thought you knew them, hear this: Take everything you knew about them, and turn up the "goofy and clueless" factor up to 11. Because they ALL act like jerks, not idiots anymore. Booster acts like even more of an idiot than he was; Beetle's partway serious, and partway jerk; Mary Marvel is as clueless and childlike as Captain Marvel ever was; Fire is a lewd biker chick; Max and L-Ron function mainly as some kind of tired comedy duo, etc. etc. It's painful to read. They're all supposed to be adults, and they act like middle-schoolers. Even when a teammate almost dies, they don't even care- it rolls into a "wrong-number" style comedy thing while Beetle can't remember Max's number and doesn't trust Booster to watch over their fallen comrade. The problem seems to be that someone who doesn't know how is trying to write "goofy" comedy. It worked before, in the old JLI and JLA books, because there was balance. I've read a lot of those old ones, and it always worked because even the goofy characters could take things seriously, so you knew they weren't just idiots. And they acted like heroes, if a bit goofy, in that they cared about other people, In this book, most of the time is spent bickering, rating each other on the "attractiveness" scale, and being pretty overtly sexist. Even Booster and Beetle act like they hate each other- if this was the first thing you read about any of these characters, there is NO WAY you'd think they were supposed to be friends. And I guess that's the main problem. Even if they were a bit clumsy as heroes, they always did their job, and they cared about each other. Here, they don't even do that. There's nothing really redeemable about this team, and that leaks onto the characters. Even when Martian Manhunter, Batman, and Wonder Woman step in to solve something, THEY act like jerks, rather uncharacteristically. Just a poor writing job, all the way around.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Rodolfo Santullo

    Un día antes de ir a ver Justice League se me ocurrió revisar uno de los momentos que me resultan más queridos del supergrupo y este es cuando Giffen, DeMatteis y Maguire se hicieron cargo. Pero lo que tenía más a mano era este tomo que reúne al mencionado equipo creativo en una suerte de regreso -tanto de ellos al título como de los personajes a un mismo equipo que los junte- que duró muy poco, ya que DC tenías otros planes para muchos de estos personajes (volver a Maxwell Lord un villano y eli Un día antes de ir a ver Justice League se me ocurrió revisar uno de los momentos que me resultan más queridos del supergrupo y este es cuando Giffen, DeMatteis y Maguire se hicieron cargo. Pero lo que tenía más a mano era este tomo que reúne al mencionado equipo creativo en una suerte de regreso -tanto de ellos al título como de los personajes a un mismo equipo que los junte- que duró muy poco, ya que DC tenías otros planes para muchos de estos personajes (volver a Maxwell Lord un villano y eliminar terriblemente a Ted Kord). Pero aquí tenemos a Giffen, DeMatteis y Maguire afilados como siempre, en seis números que nos cuentan cómo Lord reúne -casi que a la fuerza- de nuevo a su equipo de superhéroes (Blue Beetle, Booster Gold, Fire, Capitán Atom, Elongated Man y Sra, la nueva adición de Miss Marvel y el siempre maravilloso L-Ron) para transformarlos en "los héroes del pueblo" (superbuddies en el original) un equipo de superhéroes más accesible (por módica suma). Por supuesto que no logran siquiera instalarse que arrancan los problemas de a montones. Aunque no alcanzan los momentos de obra maestra que lograron cuando se hacían cargo posta de Justice League, este miniserie de 6 números tiene muchísimas carcajadas, diálogos tan veloces como feroces, un dibujo del carajo y un cierre magistral -cuando aparece la otra Justice League, la de a de veras- con la mejor interacción jamás escrita entre Batman y El Detective Marciano. Con cierto grado de nostalgia -para disfrutar a pleno esta, hay que haber disfrutado mucho la sitcom original- es un volumen para no perdérselo.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Gustavo

    La Liga de la Justicia Internacional de Giffen y DeMatteis es uno de esos comics universalmente amados y por una buena razón: con un equipo de héroes de segunda línea y mucho humor, no supieron dar una liga completamente distinta y muy fresca. Varios años después del éxito de esa serie, nos llega Antes Conocidos como la Liga de la Justicia, tratando de replicar esa fórmula, y con bastante éxito. El humor sigue ahi, aunque a veces es gracioso y a veces no, y la elección de personajes es interesant La Liga de la Justicia Internacional de Giffen y DeMatteis es uno de esos comics universalmente amados y por una buena razón: con un equipo de héroes de segunda línea y mucho humor, no supieron dar una liga completamente distinta y muy fresca. Varios años después del éxito de esa serie, nos llega Antes Conocidos como la Liga de la Justicia, tratando de replicar esa fórmula, y con bastante éxito. El humor sigue ahi, aunque a veces es gracioso y a veces no, y la elección de personajes es interesante, pero algunas decisiones del equipo de escritores me sorprendieron. Por ejemplo, que siendo Blue Beetle y Booster Gold siempre retratados como excelentes amigos, en esta serie los muestren distanciados y tratandose medio mal, cuando hubiera sido mucho mejor verlos tener esa química que tenían en la JLI de nuevo. En fin, un buen comic que cumple bastante bien la función de revivir a la JLI, lástima que justo después de esto (incluso saliendo antes a la venta), ocurren los hechos de Identity Crisis, que cambiaría radicalmente la situación de algunos de los miembros de este equipo.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mark Schlatter

    I liked this when I picked it up, but it's leaving my collection. While it lovingly recreates the work by Giffen, DeMatteis, and Maguire from their 80's run on Justice League (the wonderful facial expressions, the hyperverbosity, the running comic schtick), this revisiting suffers from two issues, One, it decides to make far too much hay over adult men ogling a sixteen-year-old Mary Marvel. Two, it heavily features Manga Khan and his host of cybernetic life forms, one of the least interesting ca I liked this when I picked it up, but it's leaving my collection. While it lovingly recreates the work by Giffen, DeMatteis, and Maguire from their 80's run on Justice League (the wonderful facial expressions, the hyperverbosity, the running comic schtick), this revisiting suffers from two issues, One, it decides to make far too much hay over adult men ogling a sixteen-year-old Mary Marvel. Two, it heavily features Manga Khan and his host of cybernetic life forms, one of the least interesting cast of characters from the original JL run.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jesús Martín

    Descacha-encariñosante

  9. 5 out of 5

    Martin Hassman

    Nečekaně vtipná superhrdinská parodie z universa DC.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Dony Grayman

    Especial de la Justice League publicado en Argentina por SD. Aparentemente, la continuación continúa inédita en Argentina.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Andy Dainty

    Childish humor, but fun. Certainly wouldn't pass the bechdel test though. Reminded me of Plastic Man On the Lam! Childish humor, but fun. Certainly wouldn't pass the bechdel test though. Reminded me of Plastic Man On the Lam!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Đenis

    Toto bola skôr soap opera alebo nejaký sit com . Textu požehnane, urážky snaď každý každého. Batman sa snaží byť vtipálek.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rob Ryan

    Hilarious and brilliant! So many good scenes! I love when Booster and Beetle are trying to figure out what to do with Captain Atom’s nearly dead body. A joy to read!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Richard Barnes

    Ah, a trip down memory lane, when comics used to be FUN!! When Keith Giffen and co came up with Justice League International back in the 80's, it was deliberately funny, a reaction to the grim and grittiness brought on by the Dark Knight and Watchmen. Lord knows, we need this stuff even more today (see my review of Green Lantern Blackest Day).... However, even though this is great fun, great art, great gags....it doesn't do some of the old guys any credit - Blue Beetle and Booster Gold (et al) wer Ah, a trip down memory lane, when comics used to be FUN!! When Keith Giffen and co came up with Justice League International back in the 80's, it was deliberately funny, a reaction to the grim and grittiness brought on by the Dark Knight and Watchmen. Lord knows, we need this stuff even more today (see my review of Green Lantern Blackest Day).... However, even though this is great fun, great art, great gags....it doesn't do some of the old guys any credit - Blue Beetle and Booster Gold (et al) were actually effective superheroes (if not very serious ones) - they did repel the whole alien Invasion of the late 80's - defeating the Dominion, the Knund and so on. In this story they don't actually do that much superheroics and even need the "real" JLA to come bail them out. If our heroes could have been a bit more heroic, this would have 4 stars. But shucks, read it, if nothing else it reminds you that comics can actually be a laugh.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Juan Pablo Fernandez

    Mooooooyy Bueno Fuera de joda, de los mejores cómics que leí. Página tras páginas te matas de risa; los personajes están super bien; los diálogos son memorables; la historia, simple, pero perfectamente a tono con el cómic en general, en fin, absolutamente brillante. Había leído ya algunos números de la Liga de la Justicia Internacional original, la de los 80s, y la verdad que creo que esto lo supera ampliamente. Es cierto que la original tenía que mantener un tono más heroico y esto apunta a algo Mooooooyy Bueno Fuera de joda, de los mejores cómics que leí. Página tras páginas te matas de risa; los personajes están super bien; los diálogos son memorables; la historia, simple, pero perfectamente a tono con el cómic en general, en fin, absolutamente brillante. Había leído ya algunos números de la Liga de la Justicia Internacional original, la de los 80s, y la verdad que creo que esto lo supera ampliamente. Es cierto que la original tenía que mantener un tono más heroico y esto apunta a algo más cómico, puede ser, pero me entretuvo muchísimo más. Sugerencia, si bien no hace falta leer a la Liga original para entender este cómic, recomiendo que peguen una leída a algún número a partir del 7 de la Liga de la Justicia Internacional como para que estén familiarizados con los personajes. De todas formas si no tienen ganas no pasa nada, pero no se pierdan de este cómic por nada.

  16. 5 out of 5

    East Bay J

    I’d have never believed it in my youth, but DC has a sense of humor. I guess the first inkling on my radar was that first, classic, righteous, amazing Lobo miniseries. Formerly Known As The Justice League has entrepreneur Maxwell Lord pulling together former JL members and a few new faces to make a “people’s” superhero team who, like Ghostbusters, come runnin’ when you call for help. What’s awesome is that it seems like little more than an excuse for Giffen and DeMatteis to have monkey time. Ser I’d have never believed it in my youth, but DC has a sense of humor. I guess the first inkling on my radar was that first, classic, righteous, amazing Lobo miniseries. Formerly Known As The Justice League has entrepreneur Maxwell Lord pulling together former JL members and a few new faces to make a “people’s” superhero team who, like Ghostbusters, come runnin’ when you call for help. What’s awesome is that it seems like little more than an excuse for Giffen and DeMatteis to have monkey time. Seriously, there’s a plot, but the joke’s the thing. It has the pacing and entertainment feel of a sitcom, which works pretty well with the occasional action sequences thrown in. The art is classic/modern comic book art, which I find I prefer over a lot of the less refined indie stuff. And the faces! The faces these characters make are classic. A pretty fun read.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Wt

    I LOVED the Justice League after Crisis, because no longer was it all big guns (Superman,Batman & Wonder Woman), it was characters who were "defective". Heck, the writing on that book got so good, I started enjoying Martian Manhunter (who is second only to Aquaman for worst DC hero). Giffen took the League's players from that time period (who could forget Booster and Blue Beetle and the living island they tried to make a resort on? or the killer penguins from Justice League Antarctica?) and broug I LOVED the Justice League after Crisis, because no longer was it all big guns (Superman,Batman & Wonder Woman), it was characters who were "defective". Heck, the writing on that book got so good, I started enjoying Martian Manhunter (who is second only to Aquaman for worst DC hero). Giffen took the League's players from that time period (who could forget Booster and Blue Beetle and the living island they tried to make a resort on? or the killer penguins from Justice League Antarctica?) and brought them up to date, while retaining their issues from years past! This is a fun book to read and enjoy, but don't expect it to be part of the modern mythos - DC editorial seems to believe that all the good things from the past should be retconned and forgotten!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Camilo Guerra

    ¿Una liga de la Justicia sin Superman, Aquaman ,Batman ?, pues si, acá se junta aun grupo de personajes de segunda linea y nos cuentan una...mmm ¿como decirlo?, no es una historia, es una sucesión de eventos que intentan ser una historia pero se quedan a medio camino, pero la verdad no importa, el trabajo de los autores es encomiable, te arrancan mas de una sonrisa al ver a este grupo de serie b intentando miserablemente ser un grupo clase A y fallando miserablemente en el intento pero ahi estam ¿Una liga de la Justicia sin Superman, Aquaman ,Batman ?, pues si, acá se junta aun grupo de personajes de segunda linea y nos cuentan una...mmm ¿como decirlo?, no es una historia, es una sucesión de eventos que intentan ser una historia pero se quedan a medio camino, pero la verdad no importa, el trabajo de los autores es encomiable, te arrancan mas de una sonrisa al ver a este grupo de serie b intentando miserablemente ser un grupo clase A y fallando miserablemente en el intento pero ahi estamos. Mención especial al INMENSO talento de kevin Maguire, cuyo arte es jodidamente bueno y se echa de menos en la industria.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Steve

    Adding Mary Marvel - genius. Enjoyable stuff as always from this team. More so than previous volumes of the JLA / JLE involving this mob, a bit of wider knowledge about the DC Universe and the role of these guys in it is useful, but not necessary. If you are looking for gritty dark tales of vengeance and redemption look elsewhere. If you want amusing stories with great dialogue and real characters - try this.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Fugo Feedback

    Este tomo es un claro homenaje a la Liga de los 80s y se nota que es a aquellos fans a quien busca complacer. Yo leí muy poco de dicho comic, pero aun así me divertí muchísimo con esta "continuación". Diálogos hilarantes, dibujos hiperexpresivos, historia entretenida y un montón de alicientes más convierten este comic pseudo-superheróico en algo muy recomendable para todos los habituados al lenguaje cómic. Cuando lo relea, seguro se gane una reseña más elaborada. Este tomo es un claro homenaje a la Liga de los 80s y se nota que es a aquellos fans a quien busca complacer. Yo leí muy poco de dicho comic, pero aun así me divertí muchísimo con esta "continuación". Diálogos hilarantes, dibujos hiperexpresivos, historia entretenida y un montón de alicientes más convierten este comic pseudo-superheróico en algo muy recomendable para todos los habituados al lenguaje cómic. Cuando lo relea, seguro se gane una reseña más elaborada.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ronald

    Oh dear. Sometimes Superheros get no respect, no respect at all. This kind of make the heros funny stupid funny is why I stopped reading comics back in the day. Making good funny well written silly super hero stories on purpose. Now that takes skill. These stories collected here are good and funny. Good stuff.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jim

    remember when mary marvel wasn't portrayed as a slut? these are the last stories that showed her as a hero. giffen sneaks in a lot character development, moving the story along w/the jokes. the martian manhunter's love of oreo's is remembered and batman makes jokes. read this to see what dc was like before they recreated themselves as an image comics knock off. remember when mary marvel wasn't portrayed as a slut? these are the last stories that showed her as a hero. giffen sneaks in a lot character development, moving the story along w/the jokes. the martian manhunter's love of oreo's is remembered and batman makes jokes. read this to see what dc was like before they recreated themselves as an image comics knock off.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Emily Damon

    Wasn't fond of the representation of women in this book. The art was good though... Some of the characters where not in character at all, particularly Batman. Booster gold and Blue Beetle's bickering became grating and tedious. I also feel booster was really dumbed down in this book. I got so close to the end but I couldn't deal with reading this any longer. Wasn't fond of the representation of women in this book. The art was good though... Some of the characters where not in character at all, particularly Batman. Booster gold and Blue Beetle's bickering became grating and tedious. I also feel booster was really dumbed down in this book. I got so close to the end but I couldn't deal with reading this any longer.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    Pretty good, keeping in mind that this is a tribute/revisit of the 80's Justice League International teaming, full of second-string heroes and also-ran villains, low humor and LOTS of verbiage. The high point is when Mary Marvel and Captain Atom, both under mind-control, battle to the death in a gladiatorial webcast. Who-hoo. Pretty good, keeping in mind that this is a tribute/revisit of the 80's Justice League International teaming, full of second-string heroes and also-ran villains, low humor and LOTS of verbiage. The high point is when Mary Marvel and Captain Atom, both under mind-control, battle to the death in a gladiatorial webcast. Who-hoo.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kat

    Basic Plot: A bunch of former JL members reunite. This was quite possibly one of the most hilarious things I've ever read in any medium. Booster Gold and Blue Beetle are hysterical when they team up. I loved every minute of reading this. Basic Plot: A bunch of former JL members reunite. This was quite possibly one of the most hilarious things I've ever read in any medium. Booster Gold and Blue Beetle are hysterical when they team up. I loved every minute of reading this.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jota Houses

    En dos palabras Im Presionante: Booster Gold, Blue Beetle, Maxwell Lord, Manga Kahn (Kahhhhnnnn) y L_Ron vuelven de los 80 para recordarnos la mejor etapa de la Liga de la Justicia, cuando parecían un capítulo de Friends. (Ah y puede que Batman haga un chiste)

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jdetrick

    Yes, some of the jokes are a little stale and the characterizations a little off, but the Kevin Maguire art is gorgeous and there's enough here to enjoy. Plus, with the unrelenting grimification of the DCU, it's just nice to have something a little silly to enjoy. Yes, some of the jokes are a little stale and the characterizations a little off, but the Kevin Maguire art is gorgeous and there's enough here to enjoy. Plus, with the unrelenting grimification of the DCU, it's just nice to have something a little silly to enjoy.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Nerea Ferrez

    Increíblemente divertida. Una forma de ver a los superhéroes desde un punto de vista humorístico y más cercano a la realidad (achaques, problemas maritales, negocios reprobables... y un jefe un tanto desastre).

  29. 4 out of 5

    Dante

    This book is so hilarious. Every time I just need a laugh, I pick this book up. The relationship between the characters is very British in it's humor. Wonderfully written and wonderfully illustrated. This book is so hilarious. Every time I just need a laugh, I pick this book up. The relationship between the characters is very British in it's humor. Wonderfully written and wonderfully illustrated.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Borchardt

    The band is back together (and I'm not just talking Blue & Gold). The creative team from Justice League International brings back the magic The band is back together (and I'm not just talking Blue & Gold). The creative team from Justice League International brings back the magic

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