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Justice League #6 Review

By Deejay Dayton
Aug 17, 2018 - 8:46

Things just keep getting worse and worse in Justice League 6. For the heroes, I mean, not for the readers.

This is the sixth chapter of the introductory story arc, but also very much a follow up to the previous issue, which centred on Luthor. Other members of the Legion of Doom get some page time now, as the heroes of the League do their best to stop Luthor and friends from making full use of the Totality.

I had been expecting this to be the turn around point in the story, in which the heroes regroup and start to triumph over the enemies. But nope, try as they might, the League just cannot get the upper hand.

Although the difference is marginal, I guess I have to concede that I preferred the previous issue, although that was only because the story was more centred. There is nothing in this issue I could possible complain about, so picking one over the other is more like choosing between favourite desserts.

And I do love that the villains are succeeding in their plans, and the heroes are compromised and incapable of even determining how they might stop them. The best super hero stories have the good guys overcoming overwhelming odds. And I had to admit, that is the situation they face right now.

Rating: 8.5 /10

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Last Updated: Aug 17, 2018 - 8:50

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