DC’s biweekly JUSTICE LEAGUE event continues!

Justice League International has re-formed and tracked Maxwell Lord to Checkmate headquarters. Their plan is simple: break into Checkmate – one of the most heavily guarded facilities on the planet – and capture Max so he can pay for his crimes. But Max has more than one trick up his sleeve as he turns the entire world against the JLI and shows Booster Gold, Captain Atom, Fire, Ice, Blue Beetle and Rocket Red what it truly means to be lost…

Written by JUDD WINICK
Breakdowns by KEITH GIFFEN
White Lantern Variant covers by RYAN SOOK, FERNANDO PASARIN and JOEL GOMEZ

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 4.9%


sakuuya08/25/10NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 4.3
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  1. It is almost to the point I just assume this will be my Pick of the Week.

  2. Agreed, the last issue did a good job at putting them in a pickle and I’m interested to see what comes next.

  3. Last ish didn’t do much for me. Too much jibber jabber. Got a good feeling ’bout this one, though.

  4. @CaseyJustice But you have to love the moment when they realize that Booster Gold has become leader of the team while no one noticed.

  5. @Minion I love how competent Booster has become via his role in his own book. It’s really made him more confident and it’s nice to see other characters notice

  6. I what’s going on here, but I feel like 26 issues are too long!

  7. @Amircat Think of it as a 2 year run — you’ve just got a time machine so you don’t have to wait a full month to pick up the single issues.

    Between Generation Lost, his own series, and 52 Booster is sneaking close to the B List and as a fan, that’s kinda awesome.

  8. I just read #7 the other day.  The one thing that kept sticking out in my mind was Fire’s green hair coming out of her rocket red get up.  I understand they were trying to distinguish the ladies but Checkmate’s gotta be like, "well, it’s pretty obvious who that might be."

    Otherwise still loving this book.

  9. This series has more of my POTW’s than any other series.  I love this book and wish more people did also.  This should be getting as many pulls, if not more, than Brightest Day.

  10. GOD DAMN IT! How can this keep blowing me away every single issue? Rocket Red earns his place on the team and once more they left me NEEDING to know what happens next.

  11. It’s getting a bit repetitive saying how good this book was. 5/5

  12. This book was decent.  Not as good as previous issues, but decent. 

  13. this book is kicking ass but i have some questions. One, has keith giffen droppped off the book perminantly? and Two, why is booster super competent and heroic in this book, but trying to convince kyle rayner and superman that hes still trying to capitalize on his superhero status in timemasters. im confused as to what is happneing first.

  14. @Evangelion For a long time Booster Gold has been puting on an act for the DC universe at large because as a character with a ton of Time traveling villains they could go back to his childhood and kill him there, but his mask is cracking as he is confronted with more and more crap.

  15. @Evangelion11 I feel the ned to point out that the Green Lantern in Time Masters is Hal Jordan, not Kyle Rayner.

  16. @praxJarvin sorry, i mean hal….(i read JLA right before this). and i get that @Minion, i just figured he could atleast tell superman but im sure jurgens has it covered.

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