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Justice League International, Vol. 1 (edition 2009)

by Keith Giffen (Author), Kevin Maguire (Illustrator)

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Title:Justice League International, Vol. 1
Authors:Keith Giffen (Author)
Other authors:Kevin Maguire (Illustrator)
Info:DC Comics (2009), 192 pages
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Personally, not my cup of tea, but it still deserves 4 stars for being a fun read. The moments of humor are truly funny. Also totally 80's - if you didn't pick it up knowing the original publishing date, Black Canary's costume & hair, the political propaganda, and Reagan guest spot would clear up any doubt immediately. I'll read book 2 because I borrowed it from a friend, but probably won't continue on from there simply because the superhero genre isn't my favorite. However, if you're a fan of them, you should definitely take a look. ( )
  pixiestyx77 | Apr 26, 2013 |
Other than a couple of jokes and one-liners here and there, this book is actually a lot more serious than the creators' later works. Still a solid read, except that it doesn't look like DC will be collecting the ensuing issues anytime soon, which is a shame. There are a lot of storylines that remain unresolved by the end of the book. ( )
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Keith Giffenprimary authorall editionscalculated
DeMatteis, J. M.main authorall editionsconfirmed
Maguire, KevinIllustratormain authorall editionsconfirmed
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"In the wake of a world crisis, a new generation of the World's Greatest Super-Heroes takes center stage. But it's the most unlikely grouping of heroes you'll ever see! Batman, Blue Beetle, Martian Manhunter, Guy Gardner, Black Canary, Mister Miracle, Dr. Fate, Booster Gold, Doctor Light, and the power of Shazam! Can this ragtag group work as a functioning unit to stop terrorists at the United Nations, a brigade of Rocket Reds, the Royal Flush Gang, the mysterious Gray Man, and other threats -- or will they succumb to in-fighting and bad jokes?"--P. [4] of cover.… (more)

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