Justice League 3000 #4 Review

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Justice League 3000 #4
(DC Comics $2.99 Mar. 12, 2014)

Written By: J.M. DeMatteis, Keith Giffen
Art By:Howard Porter

Welcome to the heir apparent for LoSH (Legion of Super Heroes). I didn’t get a chance to review #1 since we were in our off season and that may be a good thing. Four issues in and I can give you a better idea of what this series is. In a now Legionless 30th century the Justice League have been reborn in a lab, which has made for a very different team from the one we know. Sure outside from some costume changes all appears the same and then they open their mouths. What we get here is some very different takes on Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and Co. The mystery of who they are and why they came to be is the real driving force for this title (IMHO). So far I have not cared for any of the characters introduced. This issue throws us for a wonderful loop as it is revealed that our heroes are not clones but people who’s personalities were apparently replaced with the JL. It’s new take on the JL and the 30th century. I myself am enjoying it just for the strange quirks of our heroes reborn, plus this issue we get Firestorm, how can you not like that.

1.5 Star

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