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- Publication Date : June 19, 2019
- File Size : 24842 KB
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- Print Length : 21 pages
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- Publisher : DC (June 19, 2019)
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- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07RN2Y764
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #977,166 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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It’s not that I necessarily have an issue with these massive cosmic level threats, it’s just that I think the stories have no substance. I just had to roll my eyes when Superman said that the multiverse is tearing apart and the void was eating the edge of every universe. What kind of impact is there on the reader when the universe is perpetually on the brink of destruction. A baseball player who hits a homerun every tenth at bat is thrilling. A player who hits a homer every time is steps up to the plate is boring. In a sense, it’s entirely nihilistic and depressing. If every day a cop went out on his beat he knew that the next day crime would inevitably get worse he’d probably just quit.
The Justice League teams up with World Forger, who apparently molded all worlds because OF COURSE HE DID. The crisis will require all Justice League and every team of heroes in the entire multiverse to work together as one. The only other issue of Justice League I own is issue 22, also written by JT IV. We discover that Perpetua is the mother of World Forger, the Monitor and the Anti-Monitor, so I assume the JL defeated Perpetua but now have a NEW threat to the Omniverse. So, we have Perpetua, who is a level above the Monitor and Anti-Monitor, but she was fighting against her creators, who presumably are a level above Perpetua. Given time I’m sure the ladder will just keep growing higher and higher without end.
Justice League is maintaining about 55k issues shipped twice a month which in 2019 isn’t bad. The numbers have been dropping slowly but that’s generally the case until a title makes some kind of radical change. Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV have been platooning on writing duties although as a rule I don’t buy anything written by Snyder because I’ve been burned way too many times. Snyder and Tynion are perfect together because their writing is almost indistinguishable although for me that means I may have to add another writer to my never buy list. The reviews of Justice League have been in the mid to high 8’s and sometimes low 9’s but this makes me wonder if I’m just out of touch with current writers. To me, this issue is just white noise and I really doubt these stories will stand the test of time. Younger readers and reviewers may gobble this stuff up but it’s just a big bowl of whip cream with no substance.