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The next chapter for comics' premier super-team begins! An unexpected arrival from the stars brings a dire warning to the Justice League: a new breed of conquerors is on the march. Led by Superman's nemesis the Eradicator, a genetically engineered, super-powered strike team has come to subjugate Earth. To aid the Justice League, Batman makes the unprecedented decision to en The next chapter for comics' premier super-team begins! An unexpected arrival from the stars brings a dire warning to the Justice League: a new breed of conquerors is on the march. Led by Superman's nemesis the Eradicator, a genetically engineered, super-powered strike team has come to subjugate Earth. To aid the Justice League, Batman makes the unprecedented decision to enlist an ancient, unrivaled power, which calls into question who, exactly, is in charge. With the League on unsure footing, will they be ready to save the world? Collects Justice League #40-47 and Justice League Annual #2


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The next chapter for comics' premier super-team begins! An unexpected arrival from the stars brings a dire warning to the Justice League: a new breed of conquerors is on the march. Led by Superman's nemesis the Eradicator, a genetically engineered, super-powered strike team has come to subjugate Earth. To aid the Justice League, Batman makes the unprecedented decision to en The next chapter for comics' premier super-team begins! An unexpected arrival from the stars brings a dire warning to the Justice League: a new breed of conquerors is on the march. Led by Superman's nemesis the Eradicator, a genetically engineered, super-powered strike team has come to subjugate Earth. To aid the Justice League, Batman makes the unprecedented decision to enlist an ancient, unrivaled power, which calls into question who, exactly, is in charge. With the League on unsure footing, will they be ready to save the world? Collects Justice League #40-47 and Justice League Annual #2

30 review for Justice League: Vengeance is Thine

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chad

    The Eradicator returns with a group of Daxamites in tow to turn the Earth into Krypton for the gazillionth time. Then the Spectre wigs out and it's Festivus time for the world as there is an airing of the grievances while the JL heads to Tartarus. The annual is a locked room mystery set in the Hall of Justice. Venditti's short time on the Justice League is fine if nothing special. There are a lot of artists working on this book. They are all very good but I'd sure like to see the days return whe The Eradicator returns with a group of Daxamites in tow to turn the Earth into Krypton for the gazillionth time. Then the Spectre wigs out and it's Festivus time for the world as there is an airing of the grievances while the JL heads to Tartarus. The annual is a locked room mystery set in the Hall of Justice. Venditti's short time on the Justice League is fine if nothing special. There are a lot of artists working on this book. They are all very good but I'd sure like to see the days return where DC has the same art team working on an arc instead of round robining artists.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    Hot off the heels of the Justice/Doom War, the Justice League face off with the Eradicator before heading into the depths of Tartarus to rescue...the Spectre? Plus, a locked room mystery in the Hall Of Justice! The continuity on this book's a little hand-wavey, since the end of Justice/Doom War leads directly into Dark Nights: Death Metal, but we'll ignore that. Rob Venditti's Justice League is surprisingly solid - it's not out to reinvent the team concept, but it's straight forward superhero act Hot off the heels of the Justice/Doom War, the Justice League face off with the Eradicator before heading into the depths of Tartarus to rescue...the Spectre? Plus, a locked room mystery in the Hall Of Justice! The continuity on this book's a little hand-wavey, since the end of Justice/Doom War leads directly into Dark Nights: Death Metal, but we'll ignore that. Rob Venditti's Justice League is surprisingly solid - it's not out to reinvent the team concept, but it's straight forward superhero action and after 40 issues of the big event level stuff, it's a nice change of pace. Venditti's grasp of the characters is sound, and the way he uses them to solve the varied problems he sends them into is just as well done. He also pulls from some obscure(er) continuity with the return of Sodam Yat, while his over-sized Annual is a clever way to tie-up the entire run. He definitely could have had some more to say on the book I expect, but what he does get to say here is solid enough. Each issue of the series hands off to a different artist, with Doug Mahnke and Aaron Lopresti on the first four issues (and Lopresti's on the annual too), while Xermanico and Eddy Barrows double team the second story. They're a murderer's row of reliable artists (Mahnke and Barrows probably stand at the head of that pack), so the book always looks good, even if it's not overly consistent. Venditti's run on Justice League is short and sweet, as well as good, clean fun. Nothing to complain about here at all.

  3. 5 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    A very typical, slightly boring, but nothing horrible justice league book. First half deals with eradicator and gives some fun Justice League banter and "hope" that the book needs after convoluted mess of Snyder's run. The second half deals with the Spectre, whom I've grown fond of, but the story here is pretty shit. Overall, first half safe and pretty fun. Second half boring. Overall nothing more than a 2.5. I'll bump it to a 3 I guess. A very typical, slightly boring, but nothing horrible justice league book. First half deals with eradicator and gives some fun Justice League banter and "hope" that the book needs after convoluted mess of Snyder's run. The second half deals with the Spectre, whom I've grown fond of, but the story here is pretty shit. Overall, first half safe and pretty fun. Second half boring. Overall nothing more than a 2.5. I'll bump it to a 3 I guess.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Adam Fisher

    Another huge collection from Justice League. I see these as both positive and negative. On the positive side, it's nice that a whole storyline can be contained within one Volume, but negatively it means that the graphic novels themselves can be a bit long. Oh well... the stories were pretty good here, so I ultimately don't mind. Highlights: - Invasion of the Supermen: Senator (and former member of the GLC) Sodam Yet, of Daxos, has come to Earth to seek help for his home world AND warn us of upcomi Another huge collection from Justice League. I see these as both positive and negative. On the positive side, it's nice that a whole storyline can be contained within one Volume, but negatively it means that the graphic novels themselves can be a bit long. Oh well... the stories were pretty good here, so I ultimately don't mind. Highlights: - Invasion of the Supermen: Senator (and former member of the GLC) Sodam Yet, of Daxos, has come to Earth to seek help for his home world AND warn us of upcoming invasion by the same tyrant who has taken Daxos hostage: The Eradicator. A Superman clone machine (see Return of the Supermen, post- Death of Superman for origin of the character) who is much stronger than Clark, Eradicator has a primary mission of the survival of the Kryptonian race. The people of Daxos are close relatives of those of Krypton, and so he has recruited them to help subjugate the people of Earth. An assist from Madame Xanadu, a strong practitioner of magic, to get the fight away from Earth's sun, which powers up the Daxomites like Superman, is the key to winning the fight. The Daxomite rebels are arrested by the GLC, and Eradicator's head is put in JL Storage. - Cold War: Jim Corrigan has given up his position as The Spectre and been placed in Tartarus. Without the spirit of vengeance being kept in check, our heroes and other turn against each other. So, the JL go to Tartarus to rescue Corrigan. Having to fight the Amazons who guard the gates, and the personification of Tartarus himself, the League helps restore The Spectre and closes Tartarus. - Death Trap: The League responds to a call to return to the Hall of Justice where a dead body is discovered deep in the base where others shouldn't be able to get. Taking precautions and shutting down the hall begins, but then the Hall itself starts to fight against League members by activating defenses meant to stop their enemies who have similar power sets. Eventually, through the power of teamwork, they discover Eradicator's head has jacked into the network and is trying to get revenge for his defeat and imprisonment. They defeat him again and put his head in a stronger and deeper storage. Overall, this Volume was alright. I'm still looking forward to reading Dark Nights Death Metal, and I'm thinking that will be the JL based story I am really looking for. Recommend.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Nikos Daniel

  6. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Reeve

  7. 5 out of 5

    Travischesser

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jason

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    Robert Jamieson

  10. 4 out of 5

    Thomas

  11. 4 out of 5

    Nebojsa

  12. 4 out of 5

    JanskiT

  13. 5 out of 5

    Heather

  14. 4 out of 5

    Roman

  15. 5 out of 5

    Xavier De La Cruz

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jim Furey

  17. 4 out of 5

    David

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jeremy Spaulding

  19. 5 out of 5

    Raphael

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mathieu Morin

  21. 4 out of 5

    Anthony

  22. 5 out of 5

    StuFighter 2020

  23. 4 out of 5

    Nick Zinn

  24. 5 out of 5

    Rickey

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jason Deuman

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ben Dorris

  27. 4 out of 5

    David

  28. 5 out of 5

    Brian

  29. 5 out of 5

    Galen

  30. 5 out of 5

    Heather

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