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“Endless Winter” chapter five! In this turning point issue, the Justice League is scattered across the snow-covered globe, trying to stave off the frozen doom, leaving Green Lantern John Stewart to stand alone. At the Hall of Justice, he begins to piece together clues that could help turn the icy tide that threatens to overwhelm them all. But then an unexpected visitor arr “Endless Winter” chapter five! In this turning point issue, the Justice League is scattered across the snow-covered globe, trying to stave off the frozen doom, leaving Green Lantern John Stewart to stand alone. At the Hall of Justice, he begins to piece together clues that could help turn the icy tide that threatens to overwhelm them all. But then an unexpected visitor arrives on cue: the Frost King himself! In the past, however, Queen Hippolyta, Swamp Thing, and Viking Prince witness a terrible decision made by Black Adam-one that will haunt them forever.


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“Endless Winter” chapter five! In this turning point issue, the Justice League is scattered across the snow-covered globe, trying to stave off the frozen doom, leaving Green Lantern John Stewart to stand alone. At the Hall of Justice, he begins to piece together clues that could help turn the icy tide that threatens to overwhelm them all. But then an unexpected visitor arr “Endless Winter” chapter five! In this turning point issue, the Justice League is scattered across the snow-covered globe, trying to stave off the frozen doom, leaving Green Lantern John Stewart to stand alone. At the Hall of Justice, he begins to piece together clues that could help turn the icy tide that threatens to overwhelm them all. But then an unexpected visitor arrives on cue: the Frost King himself! In the past, however, Queen Hippolyta, Swamp Thing, and Viking Prince witness a terrible decision made by Black Adam-one that will haunt them forever.

30 review for Justice League #58

  1. 5 out of 5

    Joe Court of Owlets

    I'll definitely say that I enjoyed this one more than the previous issue. I feel the writing is better, it wasn't giving off as much of a "What's the meaning of Christmas" vibe from Flash. This one made me a bit more invested for sure. I'll definitely say that I enjoyed this one more than the previous issue. I feel the writing is better, it wasn't giving off as much of a "What's the meaning of Christmas" vibe from Flash. This one made me a bit more invested for sure.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kastie Pavlik

    If I was Aquaman, I'd be pissed. They've searched the world over for Frost King, can't find him, and no one's heard from Aquaman, but no one goes to check in him—even though they take great care to check in with each other. Of course they want you to buy the tie-in, but it's lazy writing. This event has some entertainment value, but it is nothing like it was marketed. The Frost King looks like Lobo on ice steroids, but his story is a rip off of (view spoiler)[ Victor Fries (hide spoiler)] . And If I was Aquaman, I'd be pissed. They've searched the world over for Frost King, can't find him, and no one's heard from Aquaman, but no one goes to check in him—even though they take great care to check in with each other. Of course they want you to buy the tie-in, but it's lazy writing. This event has some entertainment value, but it is nothing like it was marketed. The Frost King looks like Lobo on ice steroids, but his story is a rip off of (view spoiler)[ Victor Fries (hide spoiler)] . And why (in the Flashbacks) is Hippolyta in the World of Man around the time the Valkeries were at war with Themyscera?

  3. 5 out of 5

    Bianca Macedo

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    Burton Olivier

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    Erick Wood

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    Maurício Dantas

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    Joanna

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    إسلام عماد

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    Roman Colombo

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    Lukáš Kudela

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    Jenn Marshall

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    Jonathan Dowdell

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    Mirza Baig

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    Steve Llamb

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    Matt

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    Why-I-Love-Comics

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    Vitor Frazão

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    Raymond Paquette

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    Noah Reed

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    Jordyn

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