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Justice
     

Justice

4.8 12
by Jim Krueger, Alex Ross
 

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After the villains of the Legion of Doom — led by Lex Luthor and Brainiac — band together to save the world after a shared dream that seems to be a vision of the Earth’s demise. They are confronted by the Justice League of America, who doubt their true motives. The true plans unfold as the two teams do battle.

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After the villains of the Legion of Doom — led by Lex Luthor and Brainiac — band together to save the world after a shared dream that seems to be a vision of the Earth’s demise. They are confronted by the Justice League of America, who doubt their true motives. The true plans unfold as the two teams do battle.

From the Hardcover edition.

Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
You have never seen an epic more beautifully crafted than this one, both visually and structurally. - Library Journal Xpress Reviews: Graphic Novels | First Look at New Books, December 23, 2011
Publishers Weekly
Buried in the frenzied action of DC’s latest all-star extravaganza is an interesting question: the members of the Justice League of America may be sworn to do good, but what good have they done for the suffering masses of humanity? At the beginning of this collected maxi-series, while the DC heroes are defeated or on the run, it’s their enemies who are doing good works. Captain Cold brings a mountain of ice to the African desert; the Toyman creates perfect prosthetic limbs for the maimed, etc. All this is part of an evil plot by Luthor and Brainiac that will take the efforts of all available heroes to thwart. Ross’s virtuoso painted art is as impeccable as ever, even if penciler Braithwaite’s layout is crowded by the need to squeeze in the huge cast—both the Elongated Man and Plastic Man, for instance. Meanwhile, Krueger’s script juggles characters and comics lore nimbly to answer that underlying question: by showing how they depend on each other, members of the Justice League offer hope to the rest of us. It adds up to an especially satisfying epic. (Aug.)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781401235260
Publisher:
DC Comics
Publication date:
06/19/2012
Edition description:
Reprint
Pages:
384
Sales rank:
86,481
Product dimensions:
6.62(w) x 9.98(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author

Jim Krueger was a creative director at Marvel Comics and later became a freelance comic book writer/property creator. His original works include The Foot Soldiers, Alphabet Supes, The Clock Maker and The Last Straw Man. Other comic book writing includes the award-winning Earth X trilogy with Alex Ross for Marvel Comics, as well as Avengers, X-Men, Star Wars, The Matrix Comics, Micronauts, Galactic and BATMAN.

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Justice 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you are a fan of Alex Ross's work, you must pick up this book. Even the digital edition is a true delight to read! The story is jam-packed with action, drama and a deep message at the core; all trademarks of Mr. Ross. Cheers, bravo!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can only describe this in one word...Excellent. Alex Ross is an extremely talented artist who brings every character to life. The storyline was very enjoyable. If you are a comic book fan, you should get this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was captivated! The story was amazing and all the characters are there!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I remember getting the first novel when my son was born. I spent two years tracking down the next two. Worth the wait and every penny.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just coming off Kingdom Come by Alex Ross, which is amazing as well. I had to check out Justice. I Alex Ross' art of the Legion of Doom, and the JL, as HAD to get this, the story also noteworthy, making this worth every penny.
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I'm not generally a fan of Silver Age DC or even stuff that leans that way but with this book I really didn't mind. In fact, it was nice seeing that version of the JLA done well. 
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This was a great comic you should really get it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Like superheros get it