JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #60

In the aftermath of “Eclipso Rising,” the team faces an uncertain future.

Be here for a tale of love, friendship and heroism when this incarnation of the JLA must decide whether they have anything left to offer the DC Universe.

And the mystery of Jesse Quick’s wavering speed powers is solved in a revelation that will shock everyone.

Written by JAMES ROBINSON
Art by DANIEL SAMPERE
Cover by IVAN REIS and JOE PRADO
Variant cover by DAVID MACK

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  1. This book’s storyline has been in a holding pattern without a clear direction for quite some time. I don’t completely fault Robinson for that but he does get a lot of the blame. I think there may have been too much interference on his and Dwayne McDuffie’s run on this book. Two really good writers who had pretty uneven runs. Hopefully Flashpoint will give them a chance to make JL a real strong title.

    • This is the end of the JLA so Robinson’s run on this book ended with this issue. The new relaunched Justice League #1 comes out in two short weeks and will be written by Geoff Johns.

  2. That is a gorgeous cover.

  3. The real shame is that some of the mission recaps sounded [and briefly looked] more interesting than what played out in these pages the last few months. I would have loved to have read “The Battle for Gemworld” and Supergirl and the newly preggers Jesse Quick in the Fortress.

    Farewell, Justice League. See you next month.

    • Im with you, I wanted to see a lot more about the Gemworld story and some of the others. I was also a little disappointed by Donna’s comments at the end, but I’m guessing thats a way of putting her character on hiatus for a while while they re-establish Wonder Woman and Wonder Girl.

    • I would have rather read any of those stories than the one we got. Bring on the relaunch.

    • I really liked the thing with Donna and Dick at the end. Very clever.

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