Thursday, January 11, 2018
Justice League Vol. 4: Endless
author: Bryan Hitch
average rating: 3.12
book published: 2017
read at: 2018/01/11
date added: 2018/01/11
'Justice League Vol. 4: Endless' from DC collects issues 20-25 of the series. Rather than a longer story arc, it's a bunch of shorter issues with different creative teams.
The title story Endless is a sort of Groundhog's Day type story with the Flash reliving an incident over and over again, while trying to stop the death of a team member. It's the best story in the collection. In the second story, the Watchtower gets quarantined when Lois Lane and Jon come for a visit with Superman. The third story has new Green Lantern learning a lesson on controlling fear from Wonder Woman. This was my second favorite story in the book. The final story involves Aquaman's wife and the return to Earth of a godly villain.
The story quality wasn't terrible, but the last story wasn't able to keep me very interested. The art, like the writing quality, varies quite a bit. Some stories were illustrated better than others.
I received a review copy of this graphic novel in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for allowing me to review this graphic novel.
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