Justice League #26 (2018)
Justice League #26 (2018), $3.99

VERY FINE/NEAR MINT

(W) James TynionIV
(A) Javi Fernandez
(CA) Francis Manapul

After being off-planet for so long, the Justice League must try to pick up the pieces of their lives-but Lex Luthor has other plans. If he has his way, he'll show all of humanity that the Justice League will never be there in the world's time of need! RATED T+
Date Available: 06/19/2019

BONUS REVIEW by "Doc " Schaefer


Ok, you are officially being given a *SPOILER ALERT*. Happy now, let's move on. Truth be told, I haven't been a fan of the Justice League for a very long time. I have definitely been against several decisions that have been taken by DC with their flagship team (I don't care what anybody says Cyborg does not belong in the JL.) And I question the logic and science involving the secret of the Source Wall (how can a wall made up of former heroic entities hold back the Multiverse when the Multiverse is based on vibrations and the Flash is constantly dimension hopping? Shouldn't the wall stop him from doing that?) But I digress. With this past week's revelation that the JSA is to play a big part in the upcoming Justice League, I decided to get up to date. And what I got wasn't the total train wreck I thought. First off however, Starman doesn't die as the cover questions. In fact he's at the new JL digs trying to access energies to help fight off the new better than the last best omnipotent being. The League's visit to the House of Heroes reminds us of the natural humor that the old DC Universe was known for. The book is full of cameos that will make old fans giggle like schoolgirls (But couldn't we get Scott Shaw and the gang back for that one panel with Captain Carrot?). The Multiverse has been put on alert but will it be enough? Cliffhangers abound and just which Luthor is the Martian Manhunter hunting? The stage is being set for the next ultimate battle. Worth the cost of admission.

I give it 7 out of 10 Grahams


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