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Justice League 3001 Vol. 1: Deja Vu All Over Again Paperback – March 22, 2016
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"It has a clear voice and defined style that allows it to stand apart from the pack while still feeling like it belongs next to all of the other DC comic books."--IGN
"JUSTICE LEAGUE 3000 is a great way to give a much-beloved creative team free reign."--NEWSARAMA
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- Item Weight : 11.8 ounces
- Paperback : 192 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1401261485
- ISBN-13 : 978-1401261481
- Product Dimensions : 6.7 x 0.3 x 10.2 inches
- Publisher : DC Comics (March 22, 2016)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,013,482 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I really wanted to like this series, but compared to JL 3000, this one was a far cry. Without any kind of real conflict or opposition (let's face it, the battle with Etrigan was anticlimatic and the Injustice League is a joke), the story seems to defunct to short pointless noncontinuous stories where random Justice League members keep getting resurrected because no one seems to have any qualms anymore over the whole "taking over the host body and basically killing people," thing and people from the past keep showing up because apparently it's normal for people to survive for a 1000 years because that's just normal. Yeah, I will give you one or two people, but not five or six?!
Weak plot aside,the story still could've been redeemable had the writer at least attempted to develop the characters and their relationships, but the JL members still haven't really changed from their first appearance. They don't work as a team and half the comic is just them bickering like children regurgitating the same dialogue and same tired arguments. It's actually gotten predictable, and I'm getting tired of the same exposition getting repeated over and over again.
Besides some fragmented memories, they really aren't friends and can barely even be called teammates. The lack of respect and fidelity towards one another is glaring.The only thing that seems to be holding them together is the fact that once upon of time they used to be entirely different people who worked together, but nothing they do really seems to be bond worthy and even when they are given the chance, it always seems to fall short, or shallow, or the opportunity is just completely missed.
Really, I was fine with them being at odds in JL 3000 team. Having a rocky is only natural, but by this point of the story they should've grown, but they seem to be exactly the same as they were since issue one and the lack of growth is boring and stagnating.
Also, nothing really seems to get resolved in a sensible manner.
Finally, on a personal note, Batman and Superman are kind of useless. Superman is too busy with his head up his butt, and Batman doesn't really contribute anything noteworthy in battle or to the team considering no one really listens to him. I just keep waiting to see Superman finally grow up or Batman show how important he is to the team, but still nothing. I guess they were just added to the story for the sake of having Batman and Superman be a part of the Justice League, but its so disappointing to see them reduced to hardly mattering at all in battle or in plot.
In any case, I am really hoping the next volume will make up for the lack of plot and development. Maybe this was all just a set up for something greater, I really can't say, but so far I'm bored and waiting...
Even those who have read Justice League 3000 will be surprised by some of the classic characters who make appearances in this version of a DC Comics future.
I'm not sure if it would be offensive or empowering to transgender folk, but I think there is certainly some elements open for discussion about the way gender manifests itself here.
I'm not a big fan of Etrigan the Demon, but I did not find his presence to taint my enjoyment of the text.
Story so far good, still don't dig Scott Rollins art, but it doesn't hurt the book.
It's an uneven book with several artists and a rapidly changing tone. Characters seem to be introduced, then dropped, without much thought. Several JLI characters enter with increasingly contrived reasons for surviving into the 31st century, but add little. The story jumps a year forward halfway through (with the book relaunched as Justice League 3001) making things even more disjointed. Looking online I found that issue 6 (the last one in this book) was solicited with a very different cover and story than the one that was published, indicated that there were troubles behind the scenes.
According to DC's site we were supposed to get "Evil Zeus of Injustice League 3000 has returned, and he’s created a new race of the most bizarre New Gods in DCU history! And a new threat enters U.P. space and they’re systematically eliminating any and all obstacles to their master’s conquest. Plus, the most unexpected super death in super history. No. Really. You’ll never guess." We instead got a very different story with the JL3K fighting faceless robots while the Injustice League 3000 was forgotten.
And, having read the last book, things only get worse with the book being cancelled and ending on an unresolved cliffhanger.
Give it a miss.