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Too much focus on humor and not enough on action.
All in all, this new Justice League International is worth a look for hardcore DC fans, but other than that, you're not missing out on a whole lot here.
I'll stop there not because I don't want to give away any spoilers but because that's all the story there actually is.
I liked most of the characters. I hope they make action figures of all of the characters. Yep I am a geek.Published 10 days ago by William F Krankemann
Collects Justice League International issues #1-6
This story is written by long-time, well-known writer, Dan Jurgens. Read more
This was cancelled after the second volume and I can understand why. My first impression was that the art was pretty lack-lustre; then the members of JLI were introduced and... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Nicola Mansfield
No, no, no, no, no. While I'm sure the product is decent, the contents are far from it.
The maxi-series Generation Lost set up the return of the JLI beautifully. Read more
JUSTICE LEAGUE INTERNATIONAL was one of the New 52 books I picked up only out of curiosity, but with no real intention of continuing with it. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
By Bob. I have no clue why anyone disliked this. Seriously Dan Jurgens takes two A list characters, 4 B list characters, two C list characters, and one D list character and he... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kindle Customer
I read the complete series of DC Comics' latest attempt at a Justice League International comic. And, by complete, I mean Justice League International #1-12 and Annual #1, because... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Eric K.
Sometimes you just want to read something fun. Not quite a must-pull yet. Missing something. There's a lot of vanilla. How about some cardamom?Published 20 months ago by Clinton E. Mcelroy