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Justice League is something that DC fans have waited ages for, including me (...

*Justice League Review* Justice League is something that DC fans have waited ages for, including me (although being 15 years old when this came out I clearly didn't wait quite as long). DC had the challenge to do defy the audience's deservingly low expectations in a 2 hour catch up attempt with Marvel. The question is did they succeed? Unfortunately not really no. This movie had the chance to...

Justice League Dark Review - IGN

Justice League Dark Review - IGN

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Review: Justice League #1

Review: Justice League #1

Review: Justice League #1 I have recently moved house. After years of renting, I have finally got round to buying a place. Yes, the wages at Comic Crusaders are that good! The reason I bring this up, is that like many who have been in similar circumstances, no matter how much you try to recapture the feel and vibe of the old place, even with all your possessions in their new places, you can’...

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Justice League United #10 Review

Justice League United #10 Review

Justice League United #10 Review by Paul Bowler The Infinitus Saga reaches its thrilling conclusion in Justice League United #10 as the Polaris System and the planet Thangar face a new threat. The …

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REVIEW: Justice League #39 (Everybody’s a Critic)

REVIEW: Justice League #39 (Everybody’s a Critic)

REVIEW: Christopher Priest and Ian Churchill deliver a politically charged Justice League that finally hits the mark! #iamawatcher #justiceleague @DCComics JUSTICE LOST: The League is facing continued criticism from Congress. But when a disaster looms and the League can’t save everybody, will the public backlash be too much for them and their newly appointed leader? JUSTICE LEAGUE #39 Author...

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REVIEW: JUSTICE LEAGUE 3001 #1

REVIEW: JUSTICE LEAGUE 3001 #1

REVIEW: JUSTICE LEAGUE 3001 #1 When Justice League 3000 debuted, I originally bought it solely for the art. Howard Porter’s work on JLA brought me back into comics after a brief period away from the medium, and I’ve been a fan ever since. But I soon found myself getting in to the world that writers Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis created, and their unconventional examination of super-heroe...

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Justice League United 8 in Review -- Get Ready For An Ad Break -- http://www.comicbookandmoviereviews.com...

Justice League United 8 in Review -- Get Ready For An Ad Break -- http://www.comicbookandmoviereviews.com/2015/02/justice-league-united-8.html -- #dccomicssuperheroes  #dccomics + SuperHero-Blog + DC Entertainment + Joy DC + DC Comics Việt Nam + DC and Marvel comic about heroes villains

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Comic Book Review: Justice League #2

Comic Book Review: Justice League #2

Comic Book Review: Justice League #2 “Join us on the Justice League. Today. Now.” A simple message that absolutely every single reader needs to adhere to – join the Justice League. When Scott Snyder first discussed his approach to the series at WonderCon, he promised to deliver his most epic comic yet. That’s exactly what he’s doing. Justice League #2 continues the amazing momentum t...

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Justice League Dark #31 (Comics Review)

Justice League Dark #31 (Comics Review)

Justice League Dark #31 (Comics Review) With last month’s Justice League Dark #30 dealing with the fallout of Forever Evil: Blight and also getting back to the series’ own scope of short arcs and what not, it was a really good time for fans of the series. J. M. DeMatteis was pretty excellent with all the Forever Evil: Blight issues that he wrote and with Justice League Dark #30he seemed to...

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Justice League United #9 Review

Justice League United #9 Review

Justice League United #9 Review by Paul Bowler The Infinitus Saga reaches a crucial turning point in Justice League United #9 as the Legion of Super-Heroes join forces with the Justice League Unite…

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