• It’s the funeral for ROCKET RED.

• Several members resign from the team – who will be left?

Story by Dan Jurgens
Art by Aaron Lopresti & Matt Ryan
Cover by David Finch & Richard Friend

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  1. I’m glad this is over. I loved the first issue but everything since has been mediocre. I would have dropped it a while back if it hadn’t been ending. It was crazy of me to expect anything but mediocrity from Dan Jurgens – it’s what he does.

  2. Disappointed this series went to shit so quickly. Wonder where Booster is gonna end up now? His own series? Stormwatch? Or maybe DC will pull a Mr. Terrific on Booster and shit him out into Earth 2.

    • Stormwatch is adding The Demon in a couple of issues so I doubt they’ll add another big character so soon. Maybe Justice League? There is some hope since the JLI annual is being written by Johns.

      He was also featured in the last issue of Blue Beetle, if you missed it. That series, as great as it is, will probably get canceled though, so that wouldn’t work as a long term home for Booster.

  3. Maybe they will moth ball the team for a while. This series ran solely on the back of Generation Lost. Don’t get me wrong. I enjoyed it. Reality though, it wasn’t going anywhere, it spent four issues where absolutely nothing happened.

  4. So after a year, JLI sees its final issue. I wasn’t too crazy about the stories being told, but I enjoyed the characters; it is a very diverse group, and I hope to see more of them in the future.

    Please check my mini-review of JLI #12 here:


    Comments and feedback are always welcome!

  5. this series would have sold like hotcakes had they managed to bring back the original team of Giffen, DeMatteis and McGuire. shame.

  6. None of the magic that Generation Lost had carried over into the new 52. Jurgens really repeated his ‘let’s ruin a good thing’ history with this title. Too bad.

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