Justice League #31 review

It all ends here. In this, the final issue of Bryan Hitch’s run on Justice League, we see the culmination of over a year of storytelling. Does the conclusion of “Legacy” redeem…

Justice League #30 review

Who is the mysterious Sovereign? What is her connection to the League? Why is Arthur her man-wench? Is Wonder Woman really the cause of everything that will be bad in the world?…

Justice League #29 review

  Reunited—for the first time! As the Justice League continues to contemplate the Justice Seed, the kids begin to set their plan in motion. But the future isn’t done with them yet,…

Justice League #28 review

It’s time to take the kids home. With the shock worn off, and the technological (and mystical) identity validations complete, the League decides to take their future offspring to warmer environs than…

Justice League #27 review

Young Justice! Sort of! After evading Sovereign and journeying through time to find their parents, the Kids in the Hall (of Justice) set about convincing the League of their authenticity. But not…

Justice League #26 review

The end is nigh, and it’s the Justice League’s fault! And their future children are going to tell them like it is and maybe try to save everything! With time travel and…

First Look: Justice League #26

Next week begins a new arc in Justice League, where DC’s finest heroes are visited by time travelers seeking to change the future.  The twist?  These heroes from the future… are the…

Justice League #25 review

Molly’s back, and she’s telling tales! While the real villain of “Timeless” discusses multiversal threats with Batman, the rest of the League has a serious tussle with an enemy far older than…

Justice League #24 review

Mera is on a rampage! The League investigates some powerful phenomena at sea, only to find the would-be queen of Atlantis playing dangerous with the ocean. The Aquaman tie-in that we never…