Justice League, Vol. 4: The Grid review

The current wave of Justice League graphic novels are a bit muddled because their issues intermingled during a crossover event called Trinity War and as a result JLA Volume 1, Justice League Dark Volume 4, and this book…

Justice League: Trinity War review

It was an event that had been in the making since the very launch of the New 52. In September 2011, every #1 debut issue of DC’s relaunch featured a Where’s Waldo-esque appearance by a cloaked woman who…

New 52 – Justice League #28 review

The cover shows The Metal Men and that’s precisely what you get when you open up Justice League #28. Yes, Cyborg shows up briefly to ask “Who are the Metal Men?” and “Where are they now?” but other…

New 52 – Justice League #27 review

The latest issue of Justice League by Geoff Johns and a team of four artists is an oddly paced one that will be more rewarding for those who are well-versed in DC’s less popular heroes. The comic begins…

New 52 – Justice League #26 review

Issue #26 isn’t just the backstory for Power Ring as many anticipated, it’s a showcase of origin tales for Grid, Johnny Quick, Deathstorm, and other members of the Crime Syndicate as well and I think that gives you…

New 52 – Justice League #25 review

It’s safe to say that the Justice League title isn’t really about the Justice League anymore, but that in no way means that it’s something you should skip. The main event is indeed Forever Evil and Justice League…

New 52 – Justice League #24 review

While I thought we might get more answers about what happened to the Justice League it seems that this series has an all new agenda of explaining the back story behind the members of the Crime Syndicate and…

New 52 – Justice League #23 review

How well you enjoy Justice League #23¬†hinges on whether or not you’ve had things spoiled for your already and how jaded you are by big events. This is a comic that’s going to divide readers into two camps….