Spinning out of BRIGHTEST DAY, DC’s new biweekly event begins here! Someone is targeting the old members of the defunct Justice League International. Now, surviving members Booster Gold, Captain Atom, Fire and Ice have to figure out what unseen mastermind is threatening to destroy the entire Super Hero community! There are no gray areas here – it’s black and white and red with blood all over for this lost generation of Super Heroes as original JUSTICE LEAGUE INTERNATIONAL writer Keith Giffen is joined by superstar scribe Judd Winick (BATMAN, GREEN ARROW) for a new era in excitement! And don’t miss the monumental reteaming of Giffen and his former JLI writing partner J.M. DeMatteis on this month’s BOOSTER GOLD #32!

Variant cover by KEVIN MAGUIRE

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zombox05/27/10NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 4.1
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  1. Very pleasantly surprised by the last issue.  I had absolutely zero history with any of the main characters and it almost got my POTW.

  2. Agreed with the pleasant surprise. I was an old jli fan but for some reason i had some some doubts about this series


  3. I was not surprised, I expected excellence and got it!

  4. My first real big exposure to the DC universe was when Superman died. Booster, fire and ice were all members of the JLA so i’ve always had a soft spot for all 3

  5. Why is Mayor Hundred on the cover?

  6. @  Ruo 21  HA!  Gotta love Tony Harris.

  7. @Ruo21: Maybe Hundred is really Maxwell Lord in another dimention. Like a Ultimate’s Comic version.


    It’s kind of funny reading this while at the same time reading the Justic League International vol 2.

     Same writer, some of the same castl, completely different tones. it like two sides of he same coin.  Got to love Giffen. 

  8. Issue #1 sold me on this series, here’s hoping it keeps it up.

  9. Same as Slockhart.  I never read an issue of JLI (or a non-Blackest Night Booster Gold either) but picked this up on a whim and really enjoyed it. 

  10. Yeah, the first issue was great! I hope the standard stays as high (or somewhere close) & doesn’t get TOO watered down with so many issues.

  11. Winnick impressed me with his short lived Batman run recently. (even though I was braced for disappointment) First issue of this was great!  



  12. I am sucker for these characters, and loved the hell out of this.

  13. @magnum240   Samsies. This series is the best thing to come out of Blackest Night

  14. This issue was great, even better than the first. I’m hooked! 4/5

  15. Am I the only one who found this unintentially hilarious?

    Asking Superman what he saw in the photo, Supes, Bats, WW and Guy all acting like dicks, Wonder Woman saying she’d remember something like killing a guy even though its been really down played in her stories recently. 

    Really hope this isn’t a 26 part Max Lord story though

  16. @incredibledave- I think the whole mass-hypnosis thing is whats making everyone act like assholes/out of character.

    I thought this was another good issue, the only part that was WTF was when Ice/Tora suddenly went all PMS. "I didn’t sign up for this!" & walked out. That was totally random & outta no where & made zero sense.

    But, apart from that small thing — good issue! 

  17. I’m going to pick these two issues up. I finally decided to drop Robinson’s JLA, but feel weird being a DC fan and not picking up a Justice League title. Man, my wallet is going to hate me…

  18. @WadeWilson:  I totally agree with what you said about the Ice/Tora WTF scene.  I have a feeling that it was a case where they re-wrote the script to attempt to match what was drawn on the page and just failed miserably.  Other than that scene, I really liked the issue too.

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