5 edition of Justice League International VOL 2 found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||July 1, 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
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Characteristics of the 100 Largest Public Elementary and Secondary School Districts in the United States: 1992-93, U.S. Department of Education, October 1995.
Booster:Ya, 100,000 plus followers on My FaceSpace Page and counting. I won't be reading that book. He will be back in September 2014 for "Futures End," so I wanted to see what else was going on with him prior to that event. It's incredibly helpful for the people that do not have an encyclopedic knowledge of the dozens of the crossover events that happened over the years and sets up the scene for the story in the issues quite nicely.
Known for its comedic tones and quirky cast, this chapter from 1987-1996 in League history is unforgettable!
Four new superheroes are added to the team whom I also had never heard of except one, though I know nothing about any of them and this one volume certainly wasn't enough to form an opinion on them yet. A particular highlight is J'onn's "ancient Martian meditation technique", which I Justice League International VOL 2 reliably informed can be quite therapeutic.
Because of all the shit that goes down, the team needs new people, and actually gets 2 new ones, one randomly, and the other a conveniently placed Bat-Family member who is connected to one of the fallen. It also doesn't help that only 12 issues in, the JLI has already gone through so many line up changes and had so many "guest" heroes that by the time you get to know a character they're gone. Anyway, despite the slight dip in quality in this collection, rest assured, the next will see the team return to firmer, more Apokaliptic footing.
Guy Gardner gets it from Batman and combined with later events, this transforms him into a pretty much Shazam clone.
Jurgens currently writes JUSTICE LEAGUE INTERNATIONAL and SUPERMAN as a part of DC Comics—The New 52. No amount of team re-shuffling or villain-invention or bat-cameos could have saved this steaming pile of Jergensplop. However, Booster Gold, Guy Gardner, Batman and company are learning that's not the case as a new threat, one far more dangerous than anyone dared suspect. The art is really solid.
I curse my library for this one. Customer Reviews: Collects Justice League International issues 7-12, and Justice League International Annual 1 This volume started out better than Volume 1, than quickly went downhill. They discover that since the came to Earth, there have been no births or deaths anywhere in the world.
I've been reading the digital DC collections for a few years now and this is the only book that features brief one-page summaries of what the hell happened before in the event. The core heroes are neither overblown in physical characteristic nor skills nor attitude except Batman. I cannot truly claim that this set of adventures for the JLI was all bad, but there were enough flaws that set my teeth on edge, that it is hard to claim that I actually 'liked' it. Enjoys the art house but also isn't afraid to let in one or two popular movies at the same time.
Justice League International—Volume 2 is followed by Justice League International—Volume 3.
DC really dropped the ball with this book and lost out on a potentially great book with Booster Gold leading a te One of the most disappointing books of the New 52 was put out of its misery at the end of this volume.