Justice League

Justice League

Volume 2, The Villain's Journey

Book - 2012
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Collecting Justice League #7-13! Now that the team's origin story iscomplete, we shift to the present-day Justice League! What has changed? Who hasjoined the team since? And why does Green Arrow want to join those ranks sobadly? Plus, the birth of a new super-villain! Someone is out to get the JusticeLeague and he is determined to show the world how mortal these godlike beingsreally are!
Publisher: New York : DC Comics, c2012
ISBN: 9781401237646
Branch Call Number: GRAPHIC NOVELS JUS
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,col. ill. ;,27 cm
Alternative Title: Villain's journey

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BrianLaBelle
Mar 01, 2014

Solid story and art, this is a perfect comic book.

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duane767
Jan 13, 2014

Johns does a great job of taking a pretty obscure character and putting a formidable background story and motive behind him and making him a centrepiece for the JL to confront. But this collection also highlights what I would consider "the Avengerization of the Justice League" as they literally come to blows with one another as well as trade constant verbal jabs. Nevertheless, I am enjoying this incarnation of the Justice League more than I thought I would.

theorbys Nov 20, 2013

It's readable, but Keogh, the commenter below got it exactly right. And there is way too much talk and agonizing over over stupid questions like is it their fault a man's family died during an invasion by a galactic mad man bent on enslaving the world, and a lot of splash page posturing, and ridiculous TEDIOUS bickering, like between GL and Batman.

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Keogh
Aug 14, 2013

Another underwhelming volume in the New 52 reboot series that picks up with the team in the present day. The characterization continues to be off, particularly for Wonder Woman and Batman, as the group deals with a rather tedious and overwrought villain who blames them for his losses. And there's an absolutely pointless shift between two characters towards the end that doesn't work at all. All in all, this book was supposed to be the heart of the reboot, but it's just not working. If there's any title in the DC universe that consistently provides reason for the reboot to be a bad idea, this is it.

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