Justice, Volume 3

Justice Volume In Pursuit of JusticeThe World s Greatest Super Heroes are about to face the deadliest alliance of super villains the world has ever seen It s the ultimate face off of good vs evil in a battle for the

  • Title: Justice, Volume 3
  • Author: Jim Krueger Alex Ross Doug Braithwaite
  • ISBN: 9781401214678
  • Page: 437
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In Pursuit of JusticeThe World s Greatest Super Heroes are about to face the deadliest alliance of super villains the world has ever seen It s the ultimate face off of good vs evil in a battle for the fate of the planet And in order for the members of the fabled Justice League of America to have a chance of defeating their adversaries, they must make a radical change inIn Pursuit of JusticeThe World s Greatest Super Heroes are about to face the deadliest alliance of super villains the world has ever seen It s the ultimate face off of good vs evil in a battle for the fate of the planet And in order for the members of the fabled Justice League of America to have a chance of defeating their adversaries, they must make a radical change in their appearance But will it be enough DC s pantheon of heroes is reimagined by fan favorite painter Alex Ross THE WORLD S GREATEST SUPER HEROES, KINGDOM COME and writer Jim Krueger Earth X, Universe X , with pencil art by Doug Braithwaite Paradise X painted by Ross in this fantastic new hardcover collecting the final four issues of the best selling maxiseries, plus expansive character bios, sketches, and .

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    1 thought on “Justice, Volume 3”

    1. Well It looks great. But the ending was choppy, rushed, convoluted, and forced by necessity to push a reset button on the whole thing to the point where it doesn't even matter if this is in continuity or not. Disappointing, but pretty.

    2. This review is for the entire Justice Maxi-SeriesAs it went along I became aware that justice was nothing short of a big, stinky turd, which may be a bit crass, but seems the only phrase befitting it. What promised to be a superhero epic that examined true heroism and villainy continually became more and more predictable and disappointing. The writing was often times cheesy and/or muddy, leaving me scratching my head as to what was going on or laughing at the utter stupidity of what I did unders [...]

    3. I don't really have much to add to this particular volume's review other than a re-iteration of some previous thoughts. Ultimately, the series as whole (this being the final volume) did not live up to the promise and potential of the first volume for me. It was a series set to explore villainy and heroism by asking some really interesting questions and presenting some challenging situations. I feel like we did not really explore the most unique aspect of this story nearly enough as the series be [...]

    4. It's kind of clever the way the plan came together at the end, although I feel like this was more a series of cool moments than a unified story. I am going to have to single out Captain Marvel crushing Kryptonite in his fist so Superman doesn't have to be afraid of it ever again. That isn't going to work. It can still hurt him even if it's in little bitty pieces and now it's harder to clean up. Wisdom of Solomon my ass.

    5. Now this was good and I think better than the past two volumes, especially the first one that I wasn't a huge fan. The story was good and the art was good. This brought the conclusion for the League going against their enemies and Brainic, who was the leader (don't tell that to Lex).

    6. This was a disappointing end to the arc that started very strongly. As all stories like this must, this conclusion to the "Super Friends"-esque story centers largely on the big, all-hands-on-deck battle where the heroes right the wrongs and return things to the status quo. Unfortunately, that means tons of splash pages and big battle scenes, which are my least favorite parts of comics. Despite providing nice opportunities for the artists to strut their stuff, those parts are largely boring becau [...]

    7. As with many trilogies, the third volume brought me the most enjoyment. Once they've all figured out what is going on, the JLA (the gigantic full roster) kicks into action with a plan from, who else, Batman. The art is again phenomenal, and the story is great too, featuring heroic actions from even those who don't get that much mainstream attention, and a masterplan from the evil forces (led by Brainiac and Luthor, but even they aren't quite getting along) that keeps us guessing and on heels unt [...]

    8. I've no interest in writing blurbs about each of the three books in the series, so this'll have to do for the bunch.Not bad. The art (which people tend to rave about) was pretty, although I noticed that some characters looked exactly the same, except for the colour of their costumes (Superman and Captain Marvel come to mind). Of course, maybe that's intentional, but when you're "shooting" someone from the face up, it doesn't help the reader very much.The premise was very interesting, and formed [...]

    9. not a DC fan but this series was pretty good. all the villians wake up one day from a dream where the super-heroes aren't able to save the world---everyone dies. the villians, with brainiac and lex luthor in charge i guess, all ban together to create a new world(s)and new sings of hope--- by supposidly curing the sick, eliminating genetic imperfections, removing all 'crime', creating these utopian cities, etc i don't know how to describe this i guess. the bad guys make themselves look like good [...]

    10. The battle concludes in this third and final volume of the mini-series. The villains have succeed in taking over the world. Their plan to relocated humanity to spheres is well underway. Meanwhile, the Justice League calls in some allies to help them defeat the rogue's gallery. And the solution found to combat Brainiac's nanobots is unique. Meanwhile, they have to figure out how to free the heroes' loved ones who are not only being held hostage, but have somehow been turned against the Justice Le [...]

    11. Woo Hoo! That was fun and supremely awesome. Heart stopping, breath stealing, adrenaline pumping, emotionally involved, stomach knotting, action packed, and finger gripping til the end. A great ending to a great 'maxiseries'. I would definitely say this would be something worth shelf space. Just to read again. It's like a classic action movie that wouldn't get old. There were even more twists and Joker was perfectly himself in this. Definitely brought out the humor. :) This had me gripped and wo [...]

    12. Alex Ross' art is so stately and beautiful, that while his stories can leave you a little cold, you're willing to forgive him. I guess it's fitting then, that Justice wraps up its story by wrapping up its heroes in metal suits. I enjoyed some of the switcheroos he pulled at the end, but with such a huge cast of characters, it just kind of turns into a mish-mash. The good guys fight the bad guys and I just don't care all that much.

    13. This review is for all three. The premise was good and the core concept is consistent with the current trend for anti-heroes. I think the trilogy failed to completely deliver on the promise though and I found the classic Marvel ending anticlimactic. I am rateing the series high because the story is more sophisticated than a lot of the original JLA were, the artwork is great and at times even stunning and it made me want to go back a re-visit some of the original stories.

    14. Volume 3 ends as many crossover or multi-character books end: giant, beat 'em up, all out war. where the heroes win. All in all, that isn't a bad thing. BUT, when you start the first volume with a strong philosophical concept like this story did. why did it have to go to mindless fighting?Overall, good book. I wish they had stuck to a deeper story throughout it all, and why don't the metal men enhance their costumes all the time? Those looked amazing!

    15. Absolutely amazing art great story-telling! There are a few gaps in the narrative, and I have trouble tracking the interlocking sub-plots, especially as the purpose for some of the scenes are set-up for later twists, schemes and reveals. But that was also part of the fun -- how WILL our HEROES survive?

    16. Pretty good, but not as compelling an ending as I was hoping. The guide in the back of the book is good for people who do not know all of the justice league characters. Wlll probably pick another book off the best graphic novel list for my next.

    17. Volume 3 of Justice ended the series. I felt that things wrapped up too quickly, too nicely, for anything substantial to have happened. Volume 1 offered so much potential, but the conclusion was less than satisfactory and very predictable.The art, still, is amazing.

    18. The art in the three Justice volumes by Alex Ross is better than any I have ever seen in a comic. Each page is practically a masterpiece. The story isn't the best I've ever read, but it keeps the reader turning the page. Besides this comic is more about the visuals anyway.

    19. This was a great conclusion to a pretty top notch story with some great art by Ross. IT had some great winks to geekdom such as a load of super friends references.just a lot of fun.

    20. Choppy. Rushed. Confusing. Disappointing. Artwork by Braithwaite and Ross save this from one star. There are much better epic superhero storylines. Meh.

    21. The series starts off strong but while the art remains gorgeous throughout, the storyline slows down & sputters to an end. (review of all three volumes)

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