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Prepare for the highly anticipated film Justice League with this story written by comics greats Geoff Johns (DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH), Mark Waid (JLA: YEAR ONE), Brad Meltzer (IDENTITY CRISIS), Kurt Busiek (ASTRO CITY) and Mark Millar (Kickass), with art from the legendary Jim Lee (SUICIDE SQUAD), Ivan Reis (AQUAMAN), Doug Mahnke (GREEN LANTERN) and more. This collection of t Prepare for the highly anticipated film Justice League with this story written by comics greats Geoff Johns (DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH), Mark Waid (JLA: YEAR ONE), Brad Meltzer (IDENTITY CRISIS), Kurt Busiek (ASTRO CITY) and Mark Millar (Kickass), with art from the legendary Jim Lee (SUICIDE SQUAD), Ivan Reis (AQUAMAN), Doug Mahnke (GREEN LANTERN) and more. This collection of the biggest victories from the Worlds Greatest Super-Heroes, JUSTICE LEAGUE: THEIR GREATEST TRIUMPHS, offers a chance to get to know Superman, Batman, the Flash, Wonder Woman, Cyborg and Aquaman in these seven tales from the pages of JUSTICE LEAGUE and JLA. From alien invasions and hostile visitors from other dimensions to this planet’s own endless supply of super-villains, when enemies of Earth appear, the Justice League answers the call. Though the lineup of League members may vary, the mission is the same. They are humanity’s ultimate protectors, the world’s greatest superheroes. And they will triumph. Collects JUSTICE LEAGUE #1, #16, #29; JLA #33, #107; JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #0; JUSTICE LEAGUE: REBIRTH #1.


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Prepare for the highly anticipated film Justice League with this story written by comics greats Geoff Johns (DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH), Mark Waid (JLA: YEAR ONE), Brad Meltzer (IDENTITY CRISIS), Kurt Busiek (ASTRO CITY) and Mark Millar (Kickass), with art from the legendary Jim Lee (SUICIDE SQUAD), Ivan Reis (AQUAMAN), Doug Mahnke (GREEN LANTERN) and more. This collection of t Prepare for the highly anticipated film Justice League with this story written by comics greats Geoff Johns (DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH), Mark Waid (JLA: YEAR ONE), Brad Meltzer (IDENTITY CRISIS), Kurt Busiek (ASTRO CITY) and Mark Millar (Kickass), with art from the legendary Jim Lee (SUICIDE SQUAD), Ivan Reis (AQUAMAN), Doug Mahnke (GREEN LANTERN) and more. This collection of the biggest victories from the Worlds Greatest Super-Heroes, JUSTICE LEAGUE: THEIR GREATEST TRIUMPHS, offers a chance to get to know Superman, Batman, the Flash, Wonder Woman, Cyborg and Aquaman in these seven tales from the pages of JUSTICE LEAGUE and JLA. From alien invasions and hostile visitors from other dimensions to this planet’s own endless supply of super-villains, when enemies of Earth appear, the Justice League answers the call. Though the lineup of League members may vary, the mission is the same. They are humanity’s ultimate protectors, the world’s greatest superheroes. And they will triumph. Collects JUSTICE LEAGUE #1, #16, #29; JLA #33, #107; JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #0; JUSTICE LEAGUE: REBIRTH #1.

30 review for Justice League: Their Greatest Triumphs

  1. 4 out of 5

    John Yelverton

    I know what DC Comics is trying to do here, and that's dredge up old Justice League stories that will kinda/sorta tie in to the new movie. Here's the problem, the stories selected here are NOT the Justice League's greatest triumphs. The fact that ANYTHING from "The New 52" is included in this collection is proof. I know what DC Comics is trying to do here, and that's dredge up old Justice League stories that will kinda/sorta tie in to the new movie. Here's the problem, the stories selected here are NOT the Justice League's greatest triumphs. The fact that ANYTHING from "The New 52" is included in this collection is proof.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mouse

    Greatest stories? Hahahaha...that's a laugh! Hardly any of these qualify as 'greatest'! The first story is just Batman, Green Lantern, and Superman measuring their wieners and pretty much nothing else happens. That was my problem with the New 52 as they spent more time fighting each other than fighting bad guys! The rest of these stories are hit or miss and some of them are really dated. I don't really see a need for this book and especially for the stories that were chosen. Greatest stories? Hahahaha...that's a laugh! Hardly any of these qualify as 'greatest'! The first story is just Batman, Green Lantern, and Superman measuring their wieners and pretty much nothing else happens. That was my problem with the New 52 as they spent more time fighting each other than fighting bad guys! The rest of these stories are hit or miss and some of them are really dated. I don't really see a need for this book and especially for the stories that were chosen.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Okay... so, between this and all of the other DC comics I've read this year, I think I am ready to accurately judge the new Justice League movie. That was the main reason I checked out this graphic novel. I've already read a TON of Batman and Superman this year, as well as the New 52 Flash series plus "The Flash: A Celebration of 75 Years." I haven't read as much Wonder Woman or Aquaman, but they definitely have had strong side roles in the other comics and collections I've read, so... BRING IT Okay... so, between this and all of the other DC comics I've read this year, I think I am ready to accurately judge the new Justice League movie. That was the main reason I checked out this graphic novel. I've already read a TON of Batman and Superman this year, as well as the New 52 Flash series plus "The Flash: A Celebration of 75 Years." I haven't read as much Wonder Woman or Aquaman, but they definitely have had strong side roles in the other comics and collections I've read, so... BRING IT ON, MOVIE! And, speaking in terms of the movie, what really stood out for me in this collection is the fact that Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman are all friends. They GET each other. That's definitely not what we saw in "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice," so I don't see how they're going to establish that in "Justice League." But I'm wanting friendship. I get that it's going to have to be the beginning of friendship because we're so early in this particular story, but still, it had better be there. "Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow," is obviously the comic I'm thinking of the most in terms of that expected friendship. I really enjoyed that issue. Some of it was confusing--since it's a rather sporadic series of snapshots into the characters' overlapping histories (and I've not read EVERYTHING that DC has to offer)--but the core emotion was definitely there and it was interesting to see how all the different major comic events affect the Big Three's friendship. The other comics were also excerpts from much larger stories--which, like all collections, meant that I didn't know the whole story but that, by the end, I knew what needed to be added to my reading list. My favorite comic, however, was "Maintenance Day." It was nice getting to read an "average" day in the Justice League. Plus, it highlighted two of my favorite characters--Martian Manhunter and the Flash (Wally West). A collection of Flash comics I recently read included some Wally West stories--all of which were surprisingly dark for that character. This particular issue was a nice reminder of how much fun Wally really is. I was smiling quite a bit at his antics while I read it. I also enjoyed the Rebirth story; I haven't actually let myself read anything in Rebirth yet (until I finish everything I want to read in the New 52), but I let myself have a little sneak peek. If anything was spoiled, I was too far separated from the actual story to realize it. However, it was nice to see what I have to look forward to when I do finally finish the New 52. All in all, this is a pretty solid Justice League collection. It would have been nice to see some older stories as well, but if that was the case, we would have had a 400-page monster (like the "Celebrating 75 Years" books). And that's not what this book was supposed to be. It's an excellent sampling, and if you want a quick read with some laughs and great action, it's a perfect addition to any graphic novel reading list.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kaye

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I'm not a Justice League expert, so maybe if my knowledge of their history was extensive I probably could've understood this better. At the end I was mostly bored. I may have skimmed a little at some parts... a little. At this point I'm holding out for the movie and hoping that will give me some incentive to come back for a reread later. Justice League: 2 stars I don't understand how this applies to "Their Greatest Triumphs". Nothing that extreme happened. Altered Egos: 1 star A lot of things happ I'm not a Justice League expert, so maybe if my knowledge of their history was extensive I probably could've understood this better. At the end I was mostly bored. I may have skimmed a little at some parts... a little. At this point I'm holding out for the movie and hoping that will give me some incentive to come back for a reread later. Justice League: 2 stars I don't understand how this applies to "Their Greatest Triumphs". Nothing that extreme happened. Altered Egos: 1 star A lot of things happening, very confusing. Apparently Batman isn't Bruce Wayne? And vice versa? What? Why? Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: 2 stars Throne of Atlantis: 3 stars Something I can actually say I liked. A strong, but dark narrative with a lot of action that has piqued my interest. Forever Heroes: 3 stars Maintenance Day: 1 star Fear the Reaper: 1 star Though, I may thinking of wanting to say two stars now. I gave this one star last year. I'm not retracting any of that, because it is underwhelming for a new startup, but perspective from reading all the above titles is garnering some appreciation.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Laura Baker

    I might’ve been a little generous with three stars. My dad, knowing I love comic books, picked this up for me. Which is incredibly sweet and thoughtful of him! But this is definitely not a book I would’ve bought myself. It’s a collection of “best of” issues with no through-line. And the issues they picked... aren’t even the best of JLA. There’s nothing in there older than the 90s (if I’m remembering correctly). And - Wonder Woman is basically the only female character. We do see the appearance o I might’ve been a little generous with three stars. My dad, knowing I love comic books, picked this up for me. Which is incredibly sweet and thoughtful of him! But this is definitely not a book I would’ve bought myself. It’s a collection of “best of” issues with no through-line. And the issues they picked... aren’t even the best of JLA. There’s nothing in there older than the 90s (if I’m remembering correctly). And - Wonder Woman is basically the only female character. We do see the appearance of a couple other female JLA members, but all sparingly. I don’t think there’s a single woman who worked on this book, either. I quickly scanned the writers and artists - all dudes. Please correct me if I’m wrong here. Art was unimpressive, and there was nothing new or exciting. But! The issues themselves weren’t particularly bad by any means. And it was a decent Justice League refresher.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Joseph

    So they basically take a bunch of mix mashed stories into 1 book. OK, I get, because why not let's try to make some money or something. The problem is they really weren't great... I am not a huge nerd when it comes to comics. I basically have the complete collection of the original Star Wars one from the 80's, that was awesome in the beginning and then was mercifully ended later on because it was horrible. But I will read my Batman and such from the library when I get the chance. But this stuff So they basically take a bunch of mix mashed stories into 1 book. OK, I get, because why not let's try to make some money or something. The problem is they really weren't great... I am not a huge nerd when it comes to comics. I basically have the complete collection of the original Star Wars one from the 80's, that was awesome in the beginning and then was mercifully ended later on because it was horrible. But I will read my Batman and such from the library when I get the chance. But this stuff didn't seem all that great to me and maybe it is not me knowing enough of the universe or something.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Garrett

    This will be exceptionally unsatisfying for anyone looking for a whole story, or indeed, even a few complete short ones. Cliffhangers abound as this is a collection of #1s, with the first JLA New 52, Rebirth, and others on the offing. I think maybe you were supposed to read this before seeing the JL movie if you had no idea who the characters were. That said, there are two good stories here; "Maintenance Day" is an excellent Flash & Martian Manhunter tale, while "Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow" is a This will be exceptionally unsatisfying for anyone looking for a whole story, or indeed, even a few complete short ones. Cliffhangers abound as this is a collection of #1s, with the first JLA New 52, Rebirth, and others on the offing. I think maybe you were supposed to read this before seeing the JL movie if you had no idea who the characters were. That said, there are two good stories here; "Maintenance Day" is an excellent Flash & Martian Manhunter tale, while "Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow" is a touching review of the big three's unique relationship.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kurt Vosper

    A good collection of stories about the newer Justice League. Problem for me was that it doesn't actually resolve any of the story lines (yes, a hook to get you to buy more). Artwork is good overall and the stories are interesting. A good collection of stories about the newer Justice League. Problem for me was that it doesn't actually resolve any of the story lines (yes, a hook to get you to buy more). Artwork is good overall and the stories are interesting.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ronald Dylan

    Nice try. There aren’t even triumphs in here. Greatest? I’m stumped.

  10. 5 out of 5

    John

    Not much of a triumph here. Certainly not a best of, but at least the stories have at least a passing relationship to the movie.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Robyn Hood

    Great collection of some of the coolest triumphs the JL has had. I liked that some were older and some were newer!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Madeline

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jaclyn Hogan

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jericho Igdanes

  15. 5 out of 5

    Roger Gaboury

  16. 4 out of 5

    Conrad

  17. 4 out of 5

    Hektor Vokshi

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jayant Khopale

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jennie

  20. 5 out of 5

    Chris Burkins

  21. 5 out of 5

    Christopher

  22. 5 out of 5

    Quinn Rollins

  23. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mehmet Mustafa

  25. 5 out of 5

    Rachelle

  26. 5 out of 5

    Delis Ortiz

  27. 5 out of 5

    Alfredo Varela

  28. 5 out of 5

    Greg Moenich

  29. 4 out of 5

    Thad

  30. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Besel

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