VOL. 3: Timeless
An army of aliens known as the Timeless has attacked Earth, sending a wave of destruction through history. Only Earth’s first line of defense, the Justice League, is powerful enough to stop them.
But the League has been split up, scattered through time to key moments of power…and if the Timeless succeed in destroying these moments, superheroes will never have existed. From Wonder Woman at the birth of the Olympian gods to Cyborg in the distant 31st century, each Justice League member is fighting alone against overwhelming odds.
All except Batman and Superman, who have traveled together to the ends of the time wave to confront its source. With the very existence of Superman’s wife and son at risk, can the world’s greatest heroes save Earth’s entire history? Or will the Justice League finally run out of time?
• JUSTICE LEAGUE 14-19
This was an enjoyable read. The writer certainly loves delving into Sci-Fi territory. Just when it seems a bit all over the place, the story comes back together in a very creative way. It seems like it is building to something bigger. The artwork in this volume is outstanding. Overall... I genuinely like it but definitely not one of my favorite JL stories.
VOL. 2: Outbreak
After adding a new, more experienced Superman and a pair of young, fierce Green Lanterns to its roster, the Justice League has expanded its reach and increased its power. The team's bond has never been stronger.
Now one man is going to tear it all apart.
Operating from a humble suburban garage, a grieving father with formidable hacking skills is suspected in turning the Justice League's greatest weapons against them. With only a few keystrokes, he can hijack Cyborg, infect the Green Lanterns' power rings or unleash an army of villains to take the heroes down.
Can Batman and the rest of the League find their hacker and stop the electronic assault? Or will this cyber war claim flesh-and-blood casualties?
• JUSTICE LEAGUE 6-11
By this volume you can tell that writer, Bryan Hitch, is starting to get in the groove and settle into an overall tone for this incarnation of the JL. While the stories aren't the greatest in the world, they still get all the feelings and emotions across that are needed for a good Justice League volume. I enjoy the stories and will continue to follow them.
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VOL. 1: The Extinction Machines
They are the greatest heroes the world has ever known. Now the greatest among them is gone.
Superman has fallen. The Man of Steel died protecting his adopted home, leaving his allies in the Justice League to fight on without him -- and leaving the older, wiser Superman of a vanished universe to pick up the torch.
But to Batman, Wonder Woman and the rest of the League, this new "Superman" is a stranger. And just like Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz -- the rookie Green Lanterns left by Hal Jordan to guard the globe in his absence -- the replacement Superman has a lot to prove.
He'd better do it quickly. Because a godlike threat unlike any the League has ever fought is coming. Vast engines of destruction are about to be unleashed, remaking the planet's surface and forging its people into living weapons.
They are the extinction machines. And it will take every member of the Justice League, including new ones, to shut them down.
• JUSTICE LEAGUE: REBIRTH 1
• JUSTICE LEAGUE 1-5
I genuinely enjoyed this story. I know other reviewers have given this lower ratings than most DC volumes but I don't entirely see why. The Pre-Flashpoint Superman and the rookie GLs are a great addition to the League. I'm happy to have the Superman that made me a DC fan in the first place back. This volume is a perfect example of why I stopped putting ratings in my reviews because I probably would've given this a slightly lower rating but this was a necessary story for the new League to take form. And I liked it. Period. 👍🏻👌🏻You can go read it and form your own opinion.
“The God of Fear: A History of Scarecrow” - Conclusion:
Our highlighted villain has a presence in the current DC Rebirth in several stories: In 2017’s Batman Annual issue 1 in Scott Bryan Wilson and Bilquis Evely’s tale “The Insecurity Division”, Scarecrow teams up with The Haunter to try and spread his fear toxin throughout Gotham during Christmas time but it ultimately backfires and both the rogues are caught under the effects of the toxin and arrested by the Batman. The god of fear is the main villain in Sam Humphries’ 2017 arc “Dark Knights” in the pages of Green Lanterns 16-17 when lanterns Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz join forces with the Batman to uncover the strange activity in random Gothamites courtesy of Scarecrow’s use of a Power Ring from the Sinestro Corps (variant cover photo to issue 17 by Emanuela Lupacchino and Michael Atiyeh presented). With his role in the tv show Gotham portrayed by Charlie Tahan (panel 2), the Scarecrow will continue to bring Gotham and the Batman to its knees with fear for more years to come, being one of our celebrated heroes most complex in the rogues gallery. Thanks for following and we’ll have more History of the Batman soon, so stay tuned! ✌🏼💛🦇📚📺 #TheBatman#Batman#HistoryoftheBatman#CapedCrusader#TheDarkKnight#DarkKnight#BruceWayne#Scarecrow#JonathanCrane#GreenLantern#GreenLanterns#DCRebirth#Gotham#DCComics#BatmanArt#ComicArt#ComicBooks#Comics#BatmanFans#BatFans#InstaBatman