Justice League: No Justice

Justice League: No Justice

The creative team of Scott Snyder, Joshua Williamson, James Tynion IV and Francis Manapul unleash new super-teams in Justice League: No Justice. The events of Dark Nights: Metal have transformed the universe in ways both wonderful and terrifying...and unleashed four ancient entities with the power to destroy it all. Mystery. Wonder. Wisdom. Entropy. These four forces govern The creative team of Scott Snyder, Joshua Williamson, James Tynion IV and Francis Manapul unleash new super-teams ...

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Title:Justice League: No Justice
Author:Scott Snyder
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1401283349
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:144 pages pages

Justice League: No Justice Reviews

  • Kat
    Jul 21, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. Following the aftermath of DC?s cosmic event Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder moves on to taking over the Justice League series by first introducing readers to a new cosmic threat in Justice League: No Justice. Having easily dist...

    Pretty fun bridge between Metal and Snyders Justice League series. Bit over convoluted at times given the amount of characters and the fact that Snyder loves his text in comics. But the Manapul art is amazing. ...

    Wow, this was pretty bad. So Galactus-oops, I mean "a titan"-is going to eat a planet and only a random mashup of heroes and villains can stop it...by going on a D&D-type quest to find some magic trees I guess? So, yeah, the plot was hot garbage, there was waaaaaaaaaaaaay t...

    Realmente sólo he leído las dos primeras entregas, pero no voy a seguir y eso penaliza mucho. El primer episodio no está mal: dibujo estupendo y mucho colorín, algún giro intrigante, sale mi adorada Amanda Waller (y obesa y cuarentona, no la modelo del New 52)...Pero llega el cap?...

    Justice League: No Justice shows the impact of the dark multiverse is continuing. After the wall was opened up between the multiverse and the dark multiverse in Dark Nights: Metal, a new evil is unleashed upon the galaxy. The four Omega Titans each represent one of the fundamental e...

    Basic plot: Brainiac kidnaps a bunch of heroes and villains to deal with a threat to the planet Colu. Of course there is more to it than that. Honestly, since I haven't read the Metal books, I was more than a little confused. The story felt disjointed and the art was very inconsiste...

  • Heather
    Oct 29, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. Following the aftermath of DC?s cosmic event Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder moves on to taking over the Justice League series by first introducing readers to a new cosmic threat in Justice League: No Justice. Having easily dist...

    Pretty fun bridge between Metal and Snyders Justice League series. Bit over convoluted at times given the amount of characters and the fact that Snyder loves his text in comics. But the Manapul art is amazing. ...

    Wow, this was pretty bad. So Galactus-oops, I mean "a titan"-is going to eat a planet and only a random mashup of heroes and villains can stop it...by going on a D&D-type quest to find some magic trees I guess? So, yeah, the plot was hot garbage, there was waaaaaaaaaaaaay t...

    Realmente sólo he leído las dos primeras entregas, pero no voy a seguir y eso penaliza mucho. El primer episodio no está mal: dibujo estupendo y mucho colorín, algún giro intrigante, sale mi adorada Amanda Waller (y obesa y cuarentona, no la modelo del New 52)...Pero llega el cap?...

    Justice League: No Justice shows the impact of the dark multiverse is continuing. After the wall was opened up between the multiverse and the dark multiverse in Dark Nights: Metal, a new evil is unleashed upon the galaxy. The four Omega Titans each represent one of the fundamental e...

    Basic plot: Brainiac kidnaps a bunch of heroes and villains to deal with a threat to the planet Colu. Of course there is more to it than that. Honestly, since I haven't read the Metal books, I was more than a little confused. The story felt disjointed and the art was very inconsiste...

    This was so boooooooooring, like it took me hours to read this, and it?s only 4 issues, the team idea is cool but it?s written so poorly, don?t buy this. ...

    These four issues have so many flaws, but the strange thing is that I enjoyed this more than the recent Avengers mega story from Marvel (which is so memorable that I can't even recall the event's name). Building off of what he did in Metal, and using a principle Jack Kirby created n...

    Another shitload of typical Snyderish garbage. With wonderful art, though. Not as terrible as Metal, but it's still pure trash. ...

    beautiful art + amazing story = masterpiece. ...

    [Read as single issues] In the wake of Dark Nights: Metal, the Source Wall that surrounds the multiverse lies broken, and new threats from beyond the wall have set their sights on our dimension. When Brainiac arrives on Earth with news of the Omega Titans, four enormous beings that ...

    Just when I was giving props to Snyder for the generally decent All-Star Batman Vol. 3, I read this rehashed, confusing and boring story. A sort-of sequel to Dark Metal, the heroes have to deal with the ramifications of that crossover in which they've unleashed some Marvel Celestial-li...

    I loved watching all my favorite DC teams mixing it up and defending Earth together. ...

  • Alan
    Jun 11, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. Following the aftermath of DC?s cosmic event Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder moves on to taking over the Justice League series by first introducing readers to a new cosmic threat in Justice League: No Justice. Having easily dist...

    Pretty fun bridge between Metal and Snyders Justice League series. Bit over convoluted at times given the amount of characters and the fact that Snyder loves his text in comics. But the Manapul art is amazing. ...

    Wow, this was pretty bad. So Galactus-oops, I mean "a titan"-is going to eat a planet and only a random mashup of heroes and villains can stop it...by going on a D&D-type quest to find some magic trees I guess? So, yeah, the plot was hot garbage, there was waaaaaaaaaaaaay t...

    Realmente sólo he leído las dos primeras entregas, pero no voy a seguir y eso penaliza mucho. El primer episodio no está mal: dibujo estupendo y mucho colorín, algún giro intrigante, sale mi adorada Amanda Waller (y obesa y cuarentona, no la modelo del New 52)...Pero llega el cap?...

    Justice League: No Justice shows the impact of the dark multiverse is continuing. After the wall was opened up between the multiverse and the dark multiverse in Dark Nights: Metal, a new evil is unleashed upon the galaxy. The four Omega Titans each represent one of the fundamental e...

    Basic plot: Brainiac kidnaps a bunch of heroes and villains to deal with a threat to the planet Colu. Of course there is more to it than that. Honestly, since I haven't read the Metal books, I was more than a little confused. The story felt disjointed and the art was very inconsiste...

    This was so boooooooooring, like it took me hours to read this, and it?s only 4 issues, the team idea is cool but it?s written so poorly, don?t buy this. ...

    These four issues have so many flaws, but the strange thing is that I enjoyed this more than the recent Avengers mega story from Marvel (which is so memorable that I can't even recall the event's name). Building off of what he did in Metal, and using a principle Jack Kirby created n...

  • GrilledCheeseSamurai
    Jun 25, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

  • Wayne McCoy
    Sep 29, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. Following the aftermath of DC?s cosmic event Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder moves on to taking over the Justice League series by first introducing readers to a new cosmic threat in Justice League: No Justice. Having easily dist...

    Pretty fun bridge between Metal and Snyders Justice League series. Bit over convoluted at times given the amount of characters and the fact that Snyder loves his text in comics. But the Manapul art is amazing. ...

    Wow, this was pretty bad. So Galactus-oops, I mean "a titan"-is going to eat a planet and only a random mashup of heroes and villains can stop it...by going on a D&D-type quest to find some magic trees I guess? So, yeah, the plot was hot garbage, there was waaaaaaaaaaaaay t...

    Realmente sólo he leído las dos primeras entregas, pero no voy a seguir y eso penaliza mucho. El primer episodio no está mal: dibujo estupendo y mucho colorín, algún giro intrigante, sale mi adorada Amanda Waller (y obesa y cuarentona, no la modelo del New 52)...Pero llega el cap?...

    Justice League: No Justice shows the impact of the dark multiverse is continuing. After the wall was opened up between the multiverse and the dark multiverse in Dark Nights: Metal, a new evil is unleashed upon the galaxy. The four Omega Titans each represent one of the fundamental e...

    Basic plot: Brainiac kidnaps a bunch of heroes and villains to deal with a threat to the planet Colu. Of course there is more to it than that. Honestly, since I haven't read the Metal books, I was more than a little confused. The story felt disjointed and the art was very inconsiste...

    This was so boooooooooring, like it took me hours to read this, and it?s only 4 issues, the team idea is cool but it?s written so poorly, don?t buy this. ...

    These four issues have so many flaws, but the strange thing is that I enjoyed this more than the recent Avengers mega story from Marvel (which is so memorable that I can't even recall the event's name). Building off of what he did in Metal, and using a principle Jack Kirby created n...

    Another shitload of typical Snyderish garbage. With wonderful art, though. Not as terrible as Metal, but it's still pure trash. ...

    beautiful art + amazing story = masterpiece. ...

    [Read as single issues] In the wake of Dark Nights: Metal, the Source Wall that surrounds the multiverse lies broken, and new threats from beyond the wall have set their sights on our dimension. When Brainiac arrives on Earth with news of the Omega Titans, four enormous beings that ...

    Just when I was giving props to Snyder for the generally decent All-Star Batman Vol. 3, I read this rehashed, confusing and boring story. A sort-of sequel to Dark Metal, the heroes have to deal with the ramifications of that crossover in which they've unleashed some Marvel Celestial-li...

    I loved watching all my favorite DC teams mixing it up and defending Earth together. ...

    Justice League: No Justice gives a much-needed injection of narrative purpose to a crucial corner of the DC Universe. The Green Lantern Corps ponders the breach of the Source Wall that occurred at the conclusion of Dark Nights: Metal, while alien villain Brainiac gathers a collectio...

    I received a copy of Justice League: No Justice through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. If you?re a fan of massive team ups, then you?re in luck! Justice League: No Justice contains a huge cast of characters, including: Batman, Wonder Woman, Robin, Superman...

    What we have here is a four part, convoluted, action packed, character stuffed preview to the remaking of the teaming of the DCU and the actions of its villains. Scott Snyder, the driver of much of what is happening at DC from a writing perspective (see the Batman wedding saga) has cre...

    Mesmo com uma ideia fantástica em mãos, Scott Snyder parece que nunca consegue manter a bola na jogada e marcar ponto. O outrora diretor dá o pontapé inicial de uma nova fase como roteirista da revista mensal da Liga da Justiça, e para isso ele escreve uma minissérie em 4 partes ...

    At the end of Dark Nights: Metal, in order to stop the Dark Multiverse from taking over, the Justice League ended up breaking the Source Wall at the end of the universe. Knowing this will cause a huge number of problems, the Green Lantern Corps dispatch to try and close it back up... b...

    'Justice League: No Justice' by Scott Snyder and Joshua Williamson with most of the art by Francis Manapul is a follow up story from the recent Dark Nights: Metal event in the DC universe. I liked it better than most of that event. Because of Batman's actions, the walls between the ...

  • Anthony
    Jun 12, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. Following the aftermath of DC?s cosmic event Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder moves on to taking over the Justice League series by first introducing readers to a new cosmic threat in Justice League: No Justice. Having easily dist...

    Pretty fun bridge between Metal and Snyders Justice League series. Bit over convoluted at times given the amount of characters and the fact that Snyder loves his text in comics. But the Manapul art is amazing. ...

  • Liz (Quirky Cat)
    Sep 06, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. Following the aftermath of DC?s cosmic event Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder moves on to taking over the Justice League series by first introducing readers to a new cosmic threat in Justice League: No Justice. Having easily dist...

    Pretty fun bridge between Metal and Snyders Justice League series. Bit over convoluted at times given the amount of characters and the fact that Snyder loves his text in comics. But the Manapul art is amazing. ...

    Wow, this was pretty bad. So Galactus-oops, I mean "a titan"-is going to eat a planet and only a random mashup of heroes and villains can stop it...by going on a D&D-type quest to find some magic trees I guess? So, yeah, the plot was hot garbage, there was waaaaaaaaaaaaay t...

    Realmente sólo he leído las dos primeras entregas, pero no voy a seguir y eso penaliza mucho. El primer episodio no está mal: dibujo estupendo y mucho colorín, algún giro intrigante, sale mi adorada Amanda Waller (y obesa y cuarentona, no la modelo del New 52)...Pero llega el cap?...

    Justice League: No Justice shows the impact of the dark multiverse is continuing. After the wall was opened up between the multiverse and the dark multiverse in Dark Nights: Metal, a new evil is unleashed upon the galaxy. The four Omega Titans each represent one of the fundamental e...

    Basic plot: Brainiac kidnaps a bunch of heroes and villains to deal with a threat to the planet Colu. Of course there is more to it than that. Honestly, since I haven't read the Metal books, I was more than a little confused. The story felt disjointed and the art was very inconsiste...

    This was so boooooooooring, like it took me hours to read this, and it?s only 4 issues, the team idea is cool but it?s written so poorly, don?t buy this. ...

    These four issues have so many flaws, but the strange thing is that I enjoyed this more than the recent Avengers mega story from Marvel (which is so memorable that I can't even recall the event's name). Building off of what he did in Metal, and using a principle Jack Kirby created n...

    Another shitload of typical Snyderish garbage. With wonderful art, though. Not as terrible as Metal, but it's still pure trash. ...

    beautiful art + amazing story = masterpiece. ...

    [Read as single issues] In the wake of Dark Nights: Metal, the Source Wall that surrounds the multiverse lies broken, and new threats from beyond the wall have set their sights on our dimension. When Brainiac arrives on Earth with news of the Omega Titans, four enormous beings that ...

    Just when I was giving props to Snyder for the generally decent All-Star Batman Vol. 3, I read this rehashed, confusing and boring story. A sort-of sequel to Dark Metal, the heroes have to deal with the ramifications of that crossover in which they've unleashed some Marvel Celestial-li...

    I loved watching all my favorite DC teams mixing it up and defending Earth together. ...

    Justice League: No Justice gives a much-needed injection of narrative purpose to a crucial corner of the DC Universe. The Green Lantern Corps ponders the breach of the Source Wall that occurred at the conclusion of Dark Nights: Metal, while alien villain Brainiac gathers a collectio...

    I received a copy of Justice League: No Justice through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. If you?re a fan of massive team ups, then you?re in luck! Justice League: No Justice contains a huge cast of characters, including: Batman, Wonder Woman, Robin, Superman...

  • Sam Quixote
    Sep 29, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

  • Marco
    Jun 01, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. Following the aftermath of DC?s cosmic event Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder moves on to taking over the Justice League series by first introducing readers to a new cosmic threat in Justice League: No Justice. Having easily dist...

    Pretty fun bridge between Metal and Snyders Justice League series. Bit over convoluted at times given the amount of characters and the fact that Snyder loves his text in comics. But the Manapul art is amazing. ...

    Wow, this was pretty bad. So Galactus-oops, I mean "a titan"-is going to eat a planet and only a random mashup of heroes and villains can stop it...by going on a D&D-type quest to find some magic trees I guess? So, yeah, the plot was hot garbage, there was waaaaaaaaaaaaay t...

    Realmente sólo he leído las dos primeras entregas, pero no voy a seguir y eso penaliza mucho. El primer episodio no está mal: dibujo estupendo y mucho colorín, algún giro intrigante, sale mi adorada Amanda Waller (y obesa y cuarentona, no la modelo del New 52)...Pero llega el cap?...

    Justice League: No Justice shows the impact of the dark multiverse is continuing. After the wall was opened up between the multiverse and the dark multiverse in Dark Nights: Metal, a new evil is unleashed upon the galaxy. The four Omega Titans each represent one of the fundamental e...

    Basic plot: Brainiac kidnaps a bunch of heroes and villains to deal with a threat to the planet Colu. Of course there is more to it than that. Honestly, since I haven't read the Metal books, I was more than a little confused. The story felt disjointed and the art was very inconsiste...

    This was so boooooooooring, like it took me hours to read this, and it?s only 4 issues, the team idea is cool but it?s written so poorly, don?t buy this. ...

    These four issues have so many flaws, but the strange thing is that I enjoyed this more than the recent Avengers mega story from Marvel (which is so memorable that I can't even recall the event's name). Building off of what he did in Metal, and using a principle Jack Kirby created n...

    Another shitload of typical Snyderish garbage. With wonderful art, though. Not as terrible as Metal, but it's still pure trash. ...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Aug 15, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. Following the aftermath of DC?s cosmic event Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder moves on to taking over the Justice League series by first introducing readers to a new cosmic threat in Justice League: No Justice. Having easily dist...

    Pretty fun bridge between Metal and Snyders Justice League series. Bit over convoluted at times given the amount of characters and the fact that Snyder loves his text in comics. But the Manapul art is amazing. ...

    Wow, this was pretty bad. So Galactus-oops, I mean "a titan"-is going to eat a planet and only a random mashup of heroes and villains can stop it...by going on a D&D-type quest to find some magic trees I guess? So, yeah, the plot was hot garbage, there was waaaaaaaaaaaaay t...

    Realmente sólo he leído las dos primeras entregas, pero no voy a seguir y eso penaliza mucho. El primer episodio no está mal: dibujo estupendo y mucho colorín, algún giro intrigante, sale mi adorada Amanda Waller (y obesa y cuarentona, no la modelo del New 52)...Pero llega el cap?...

    Justice League: No Justice shows the impact of the dark multiverse is continuing. After the wall was opened up between the multiverse and the dark multiverse in Dark Nights: Metal, a new evil is unleashed upon the galaxy. The four Omega Titans each represent one of the fundamental e...

    Basic plot: Brainiac kidnaps a bunch of heroes and villains to deal with a threat to the planet Colu. Of course there is more to it than that. Honestly, since I haven't read the Metal books, I was more than a little confused. The story felt disjointed and the art was very inconsiste...

    This was so boooooooooring, like it took me hours to read this, and it?s only 4 issues, the team idea is cool but it?s written so poorly, don?t buy this. ...

    These four issues have so many flaws, but the strange thing is that I enjoyed this more than the recent Avengers mega story from Marvel (which is so memorable that I can't even recall the event's name). Building off of what he did in Metal, and using a principle Jack Kirby created n...

    Another shitload of typical Snyderish garbage. With wonderful art, though. Not as terrible as Metal, but it's still pure trash. ...

    beautiful art + amazing story = masterpiece. ...

    [Read as single issues] In the wake of Dark Nights: Metal, the Source Wall that surrounds the multiverse lies broken, and new threats from beyond the wall have set their sights on our dimension. When Brainiac arrives on Earth with news of the Omega Titans, four enormous beings that ...

  • Mark
    Sep 24, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. Following the aftermath of DC?s cosmic event Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder moves on to taking over the Justice League series by first introducing readers to a new cosmic threat in Justice League: No Justice. Having easily dist...

    Pretty fun bridge between Metal and Snyders Justice League series. Bit over convoluted at times given the amount of characters and the fact that Snyder loves his text in comics. But the Manapul art is amazing. ...

    Wow, this was pretty bad. So Galactus-oops, I mean "a titan"-is going to eat a planet and only a random mashup of heroes and villains can stop it...by going on a D&D-type quest to find some magic trees I guess? So, yeah, the plot was hot garbage, there was waaaaaaaaaaaaay t...

    Realmente sólo he leído las dos primeras entregas, pero no voy a seguir y eso penaliza mucho. El primer episodio no está mal: dibujo estupendo y mucho colorín, algún giro intrigante, sale mi adorada Amanda Waller (y obesa y cuarentona, no la modelo del New 52)...Pero llega el cap?...

    Justice League: No Justice shows the impact of the dark multiverse is continuing. After the wall was opened up between the multiverse and the dark multiverse in Dark Nights: Metal, a new evil is unleashed upon the galaxy. The four Omega Titans each represent one of the fundamental e...

    Basic plot: Brainiac kidnaps a bunch of heroes and villains to deal with a threat to the planet Colu. Of course there is more to it than that. Honestly, since I haven't read the Metal books, I was more than a little confused. The story felt disjointed and the art was very inconsiste...

    This was so boooooooooring, like it took me hours to read this, and it?s only 4 issues, the team idea is cool but it?s written so poorly, don?t buy this. ...

    These four issues have so many flaws, but the strange thing is that I enjoyed this more than the recent Avengers mega story from Marvel (which is so memorable that I can't even recall the event's name). Building off of what he did in Metal, and using a principle Jack Kirby created n...

    Another shitload of typical Snyderish garbage. With wonderful art, though. Not as terrible as Metal, but it's still pure trash. ...

    beautiful art + amazing story = masterpiece. ...

    [Read as single issues] In the wake of Dark Nights: Metal, the Source Wall that surrounds the multiverse lies broken, and new threats from beyond the wall have set their sights on our dimension. When Brainiac arrives on Earth with news of the Omega Titans, four enormous beings that ...

    Just when I was giving props to Snyder for the generally decent All-Star Batman Vol. 3, I read this rehashed, confusing and boring story. A sort-of sequel to Dark Metal, the heroes have to deal with the ramifications of that crossover in which they've unleashed some Marvel Celestial-li...

    I loved watching all my favorite DC teams mixing it up and defending Earth together. ...

    Justice League: No Justice gives a much-needed injection of narrative purpose to a crucial corner of the DC Universe. The Green Lantern Corps ponders the breach of the Source Wall that occurred at the conclusion of Dark Nights: Metal, while alien villain Brainiac gathers a collectio...

    I received a copy of Justice League: No Justice through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. If you?re a fan of massive team ups, then you?re in luck! Justice League: No Justice contains a huge cast of characters, including: Batman, Wonder Woman, Robin, Superman...

    What we have here is a four part, convoluted, action packed, character stuffed preview to the remaking of the teaming of the DCU and the actions of its villains. Scott Snyder, the driver of much of what is happening at DC from a writing perspective (see the Batman wedding saga) has cre...

  • Shannon Appelcline
    Nov 18, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

  • Jedi JC Daquis
    Jun 10, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

  • Adam Fisher
    Nov 14, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. Following the aftermath of DC?s cosmic event Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder moves on to taking over the Justice League series by first introducing readers to a new cosmic threat in Justice League: No Justice. Having easily dist...

    Pretty fun bridge between Metal and Snyders Justice League series. Bit over convoluted at times given the amount of characters and the fact that Snyder loves his text in comics. But the Manapul art is amazing. ...

    Wow, this was pretty bad. So Galactus-oops, I mean "a titan"-is going to eat a planet and only a random mashup of heroes and villains can stop it...by going on a D&D-type quest to find some magic trees I guess? So, yeah, the plot was hot garbage, there was waaaaaaaaaaaaay t...

    Realmente sólo he leído las dos primeras entregas, pero no voy a seguir y eso penaliza mucho. El primer episodio no está mal: dibujo estupendo y mucho colorín, algún giro intrigante, sale mi adorada Amanda Waller (y obesa y cuarentona, no la modelo del New 52)...Pero llega el cap?...

    Justice League: No Justice shows the impact of the dark multiverse is continuing. After the wall was opened up between the multiverse and the dark multiverse in Dark Nights: Metal, a new evil is unleashed upon the galaxy. The four Omega Titans each represent one of the fundamental e...

    Basic plot: Brainiac kidnaps a bunch of heroes and villains to deal with a threat to the planet Colu. Of course there is more to it than that. Honestly, since I haven't read the Metal books, I was more than a little confused. The story felt disjointed and the art was very inconsiste...

    This was so boooooooooring, like it took me hours to read this, and it?s only 4 issues, the team idea is cool but it?s written so poorly, don?t buy this. ...

    These four issues have so many flaws, but the strange thing is that I enjoyed this more than the recent Avengers mega story from Marvel (which is so memorable that I can't even recall the event's name). Building off of what he did in Metal, and using a principle Jack Kirby created n...

    Another shitload of typical Snyderish garbage. With wonderful art, though. Not as terrible as Metal, but it's still pure trash. ...

    beautiful art + amazing story = masterpiece. ...

    [Read as single issues] In the wake of Dark Nights: Metal, the Source Wall that surrounds the multiverse lies broken, and new threats from beyond the wall have set their sights on our dimension. When Brainiac arrives on Earth with news of the Omega Titans, four enormous beings that ...

    Just when I was giving props to Snyder for the generally decent All-Star Batman Vol. 3, I read this rehashed, confusing and boring story. A sort-of sequel to Dark Metal, the heroes have to deal with the ramifications of that crossover in which they've unleashed some Marvel Celestial-li...

    I loved watching all my favorite DC teams mixing it up and defending Earth together. ...

    Justice League: No Justice gives a much-needed injection of narrative purpose to a crucial corner of the DC Universe. The Green Lantern Corps ponders the breach of the Source Wall that occurred at the conclusion of Dark Nights: Metal, while alien villain Brainiac gathers a collectio...

    I received a copy of Justice League: No Justice through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. If you?re a fan of massive team ups, then you?re in luck! Justice League: No Justice contains a huge cast of characters, including: Batman, Wonder Woman, Robin, Superman...

    What we have here is a four part, convoluted, action packed, character stuffed preview to the remaking of the teaming of the DCU and the actions of its villains. Scott Snyder, the driver of much of what is happening at DC from a writing perspective (see the Batman wedding saga) has cre...

    Mesmo com uma ideia fantástica em mãos, Scott Snyder parece que nunca consegue manter a bola na jogada e marcar ponto. O outrora diretor dá o pontapé inicial de uma nova fase como roteirista da revista mensal da Liga da Justiça, e para isso ele escreve uma minissérie em 4 partes ...

    At the end of Dark Nights: Metal, in order to stop the Dark Multiverse from taking over, the Justice League ended up breaking the Source Wall at the end of the universe. Knowing this will cause a huge number of problems, the Green Lantern Corps dispatch to try and close it back up... b...

  • James DeSantis
    Aug 25, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

  • Shadowdenizen
    Oct 07, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

  • Diane Hernandez
    Aug 03, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. Following the aftermath of DC?s cosmic event Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder moves on to taking over the Justice League series by first introducing readers to a new cosmic threat in Justice League: No Justice. Having easily dist...

    Pretty fun bridge between Metal and Snyders Justice League series. Bit over convoluted at times given the amount of characters and the fact that Snyder loves his text in comics. But the Manapul art is amazing. ...

    Wow, this was pretty bad. So Galactus-oops, I mean "a titan"-is going to eat a planet and only a random mashup of heroes and villains can stop it...by going on a D&D-type quest to find some magic trees I guess? So, yeah, the plot was hot garbage, there was waaaaaaaaaaaaay t...

    Realmente sólo he leído las dos primeras entregas, pero no voy a seguir y eso penaliza mucho. El primer episodio no está mal: dibujo estupendo y mucho colorín, algún giro intrigante, sale mi adorada Amanda Waller (y obesa y cuarentona, no la modelo del New 52)...Pero llega el cap?...

    Justice League: No Justice shows the impact of the dark multiverse is continuing. After the wall was opened up between the multiverse and the dark multiverse in Dark Nights: Metal, a new evil is unleashed upon the galaxy. The four Omega Titans each represent one of the fundamental e...

  • Chad
    Nov 27, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

  • Wing Kee
    May 31, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

  • Donovan
    Oct 02, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

  • Brian Poole
    Oct 21, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. Following the aftermath of DC?s cosmic event Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder moves on to taking over the Justice League series by first introducing readers to a new cosmic threat in Justice League: No Justice. Having easily dist...

    Pretty fun bridge between Metal and Snyders Justice League series. Bit over convoluted at times given the amount of characters and the fact that Snyder loves his text in comics. But the Manapul art is amazing. ...

    Wow, this was pretty bad. So Galactus-oops, I mean "a titan"-is going to eat a planet and only a random mashup of heroes and villains can stop it...by going on a D&D-type quest to find some magic trees I guess? So, yeah, the plot was hot garbage, there was waaaaaaaaaaaaay t...

    Realmente sólo he leído las dos primeras entregas, pero no voy a seguir y eso penaliza mucho. El primer episodio no está mal: dibujo estupendo y mucho colorín, algún giro intrigante, sale mi adorada Amanda Waller (y obesa y cuarentona, no la modelo del New 52)...Pero llega el cap?...

    Justice League: No Justice shows the impact of the dark multiverse is continuing. After the wall was opened up between the multiverse and the dark multiverse in Dark Nights: Metal, a new evil is unleashed upon the galaxy. The four Omega Titans each represent one of the fundamental e...

    Basic plot: Brainiac kidnaps a bunch of heroes and villains to deal with a threat to the planet Colu. Of course there is more to it than that. Honestly, since I haven't read the Metal books, I was more than a little confused. The story felt disjointed and the art was very inconsiste...

    This was so boooooooooring, like it took me hours to read this, and it?s only 4 issues, the team idea is cool but it?s written so poorly, don?t buy this. ...

    These four issues have so many flaws, but the strange thing is that I enjoyed this more than the recent Avengers mega story from Marvel (which is so memorable that I can't even recall the event's name). Building off of what he did in Metal, and using a principle Jack Kirby created n...

    Another shitload of typical Snyderish garbage. With wonderful art, though. Not as terrible as Metal, but it's still pure trash. ...

    beautiful art + amazing story = masterpiece. ...

    [Read as single issues] In the wake of Dark Nights: Metal, the Source Wall that surrounds the multiverse lies broken, and new threats from beyond the wall have set their sights on our dimension. When Brainiac arrives on Earth with news of the Omega Titans, four enormous beings that ...

    Just when I was giving props to Snyder for the generally decent All-Star Batman Vol. 3, I read this rehashed, confusing and boring story. A sort-of sequel to Dark Metal, the heroes have to deal with the ramifications of that crossover in which they've unleashed some Marvel Celestial-li...

    I loved watching all my favorite DC teams mixing it up and defending Earth together. ...

    Justice League: No Justice gives a much-needed injection of narrative purpose to a crucial corner of the DC Universe. The Green Lantern Corps ponders the breach of the Source Wall that occurred at the conclusion of Dark Nights: Metal, while alien villain Brainiac gathers a collectio...

  • Roy
    Sep 24, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

  • Artemy
    Sep 27, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

  • Blindzider
    Oct 03, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. Following the aftermath of DC?s cosmic event Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder moves on to taking over the Justice League series by first introducing readers to a new cosmic threat in Justice League: No Justice. Having easily dist...

    Pretty fun bridge between Metal and Snyders Justice League series. Bit over convoluted at times given the amount of characters and the fact that Snyder loves his text in comics. But the Manapul art is amazing. ...

    Wow, this was pretty bad. So Galactus-oops, I mean "a titan"-is going to eat a planet and only a random mashup of heroes and villains can stop it...by going on a D&D-type quest to find some magic trees I guess? So, yeah, the plot was hot garbage, there was waaaaaaaaaaaaay t...

    Realmente sólo he leído las dos primeras entregas, pero no voy a seguir y eso penaliza mucho. El primer episodio no está mal: dibujo estupendo y mucho colorín, algún giro intrigante, sale mi adorada Amanda Waller (y obesa y cuarentona, no la modelo del New 52)...Pero llega el cap?...

    Justice League: No Justice shows the impact of the dark multiverse is continuing. After the wall was opened up between the multiverse and the dark multiverse in Dark Nights: Metal, a new evil is unleashed upon the galaxy. The four Omega Titans each represent one of the fundamental e...

    Basic plot: Brainiac kidnaps a bunch of heroes and villains to deal with a threat to the planet Colu. Of course there is more to it than that. Honestly, since I haven't read the Metal books, I was more than a little confused. The story felt disjointed and the art was very inconsiste...

    This was so boooooooooring, like it took me hours to read this, and it?s only 4 issues, the team idea is cool but it?s written so poorly, don?t buy this. ...

    These four issues have so many flaws, but the strange thing is that I enjoyed this more than the recent Avengers mega story from Marvel (which is so memorable that I can't even recall the event's name). Building off of what he did in Metal, and using a principle Jack Kirby created n...

    Another shitload of typical Snyderish garbage. With wonderful art, though. Not as terrible as Metal, but it's still pure trash. ...

    beautiful art + amazing story = masterpiece. ...

    [Read as single issues] In the wake of Dark Nights: Metal, the Source Wall that surrounds the multiverse lies broken, and new threats from beyond the wall have set their sights on our dimension. When Brainiac arrives on Earth with news of the Omega Titans, four enormous beings that ...

    Just when I was giving props to Snyder for the generally decent All-Star Batman Vol. 3, I read this rehashed, confusing and boring story. A sort-of sequel to Dark Metal, the heroes have to deal with the ramifications of that crossover in which they've unleashed some Marvel Celestial-li...

  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)
    Sep 20, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. Following the aftermath of DC?s cosmic event Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder moves on to taking over the Justice League series by first introducing readers to a new cosmic threat in Justice League: No Justice. Having easily dist...

  • Pablo
    Oct 09, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. Following the aftermath of DC?s cosmic event Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder moves on to taking over the Justice League series by first introducing readers to a new cosmic threat in Justice League: No Justice. Having easily dist...

    Pretty fun bridge between Metal and Snyders Justice League series. Bit over convoluted at times given the amount of characters and the fact that Snyder loves his text in comics. But the Manapul art is amazing. ...

    Wow, this was pretty bad. So Galactus-oops, I mean "a titan"-is going to eat a planet and only a random mashup of heroes and villains can stop it...by going on a D&D-type quest to find some magic trees I guess? So, yeah, the plot was hot garbage, there was waaaaaaaaaaaaay t...

    Realmente sólo he leído las dos primeras entregas, pero no voy a seguir y eso penaliza mucho. El primer episodio no está mal: dibujo estupendo y mucho colorín, algún giro intrigante, sale mi adorada Amanda Waller (y obesa y cuarentona, no la modelo del New 52)...Pero llega el cap?...

  • Malum
    Nov 28, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. Following the aftermath of DC?s cosmic event Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder moves on to taking over the Justice League series by first introducing readers to a new cosmic threat in Justice League: No Justice. Having easily dist...

    Pretty fun bridge between Metal and Snyders Justice League series. Bit over convoluted at times given the amount of characters and the fact that Snyder loves his text in comics. But the Manapul art is amazing. ...

    Wow, this was pretty bad. So Galactus-oops, I mean "a titan"-is going to eat a planet and only a random mashup of heroes and villains can stop it...by going on a D&D-type quest to find some magic trees I guess? So, yeah, the plot was hot garbage, there was waaaaaaaaaaaaay t...

  • Zaheer Alam
    Jun 04, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. Following the aftermath of DC?s cosmic event Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder moves on to taking over the Justice League series by first introducing readers to a new cosmic threat in Justice League: No Justice. Having easily dist...

    Pretty fun bridge between Metal and Snyders Justice League series. Bit over convoluted at times given the amount of characters and the fact that Snyder loves his text in comics. But the Manapul art is amazing. ...

    Wow, this was pretty bad. So Galactus-oops, I mean "a titan"-is going to eat a planet and only a random mashup of heroes and villains can stop it...by going on a D&D-type quest to find some magic trees I guess? So, yeah, the plot was hot garbage, there was waaaaaaaaaaaaay t...

    Realmente sólo he leído las dos primeras entregas, pero no voy a seguir y eso penaliza mucho. El primer episodio no está mal: dibujo estupendo y mucho colorín, algún giro intrigante, sale mi adorada Amanda Waller (y obesa y cuarentona, no la modelo del New 52)...Pero llega el cap?...

    Justice League: No Justice shows the impact of the dark multiverse is continuing. After the wall was opened up between the multiverse and the dark multiverse in Dark Nights: Metal, a new evil is unleashed upon the galaxy. The four Omega Titans each represent one of the fundamental e...

    Basic plot: Brainiac kidnaps a bunch of heroes and villains to deal with a threat to the planet Colu. Of course there is more to it than that. Honestly, since I haven't read the Metal books, I was more than a little confused. The story felt disjointed and the art was very inconsiste...

    This was so boooooooooring, like it took me hours to read this, and it?s only 4 issues, the team idea is cool but it?s written so poorly, don?t buy this. ...

    These four issues have so many flaws, but the strange thing is that I enjoyed this more than the recent Avengers mega story from Marvel (which is so memorable that I can't even recall the event's name). Building off of what he did in Metal, and using a principle Jack Kirby created n...

    Another shitload of typical Snyderish garbage. With wonderful art, though. Not as terrible as Metal, but it's still pure trash. ...

    beautiful art + amazing story = masterpiece. ...

  • Tiago Cesar
    Jun 26, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. Following the aftermath of DC?s cosmic event Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder moves on to taking over the Justice League series by first introducing readers to a new cosmic threat in Justice League: No Justice. Having easily dist...

    Pretty fun bridge between Metal and Snyders Justice League series. Bit over convoluted at times given the amount of characters and the fact that Snyder loves his text in comics. But the Manapul art is amazing. ...

    Wow, this was pretty bad. So Galactus-oops, I mean "a titan"-is going to eat a planet and only a random mashup of heroes and villains can stop it...by going on a D&D-type quest to find some magic trees I guess? So, yeah, the plot was hot garbage, there was waaaaaaaaaaaaay t...

    Realmente sólo he leído las dos primeras entregas, pero no voy a seguir y eso penaliza mucho. El primer episodio no está mal: dibujo estupendo y mucho colorín, algún giro intrigante, sale mi adorada Amanda Waller (y obesa y cuarentona, no la modelo del New 52)...Pero llega el cap?...

    Justice League: No Justice shows the impact of the dark multiverse is continuing. After the wall was opened up between the multiverse and the dark multiverse in Dark Nights: Metal, a new evil is unleashed upon the galaxy. The four Omega Titans each represent one of the fundamental e...

    Basic plot: Brainiac kidnaps a bunch of heroes and villains to deal with a threat to the planet Colu. Of course there is more to it than that. Honestly, since I haven't read the Metal books, I was more than a little confused. The story felt disjointed and the art was very inconsiste...

    This was so boooooooooring, like it took me hours to read this, and it?s only 4 issues, the team idea is cool but it?s written so poorly, don?t buy this. ...

    These four issues have so many flaws, but the strange thing is that I enjoyed this more than the recent Avengers mega story from Marvel (which is so memorable that I can't even recall the event's name). Building off of what he did in Metal, and using a principle Jack Kirby created n...

    Another shitload of typical Snyderish garbage. With wonderful art, though. Not as terrible as Metal, but it's still pure trash. ...

    beautiful art + amazing story = masterpiece. ...

    [Read as single issues] In the wake of Dark Nights: Metal, the Source Wall that surrounds the multiverse lies broken, and new threats from beyond the wall have set their sights on our dimension. When Brainiac arrives on Earth with news of the Omega Titans, four enormous beings that ...

    Just when I was giving props to Snyder for the generally decent All-Star Batman Vol. 3, I read this rehashed, confusing and boring story. A sort-of sequel to Dark Metal, the heroes have to deal with the ramifications of that crossover in which they've unleashed some Marvel Celestial-li...

    I loved watching all my favorite DC teams mixing it up and defending Earth together. ...

    Justice League: No Justice gives a much-needed injection of narrative purpose to a crucial corner of the DC Universe. The Green Lantern Corps ponders the breach of the Source Wall that occurred at the conclusion of Dark Nights: Metal, while alien villain Brainiac gathers a collectio...

    I received a copy of Justice League: No Justice through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. If you?re a fan of massive team ups, then you?re in luck! Justice League: No Justice contains a huge cast of characters, including: Batman, Wonder Woman, Robin, Superman...

    What we have here is a four part, convoluted, action packed, character stuffed preview to the remaking of the teaming of the DCU and the actions of its villains. Scott Snyder, the driver of much of what is happening at DC from a writing perspective (see the Batman wedding saga) has cre...

    Mesmo com uma ideia fantástica em mãos, Scott Snyder parece que nunca consegue manter a bola na jogada e marcar ponto. O outrora diretor dá o pontapé inicial de uma nova fase como roteirista da revista mensal da Liga da Justiça, e para isso ele escreve uma minissérie em 4 partes ...

  • Georgie
    Nov 20, 2018

    For some reason mystery, wonder, wisdom, and entropy are manifested as titans who want to crush planets. Guess what the Justice League have to do? That?s right, say it with me: punch dem. Yaaaawn. Yep, it?s another impossibly bad Justice League book! If you thought Dark Nights:...

    Braniac reconfigures Earth's mightiest teams into new configurations so they may work more efficiently with each other in the most contrived comic to come out this year. But when it's all said and done the teams are pretty much the same sans a couple of members on each. This book was f...

    2.5 stars On paper, Justice League: No Justice is a really fun and cool cosmic JL adventure that pushes the boundaries of the known DC universe. It's very much in the spirit of Grant Morrison's stuff like JLA and Final Crisis, it introduces some crazy concepts and does fun things wi...

    Choppy, messy, bombastic mess of a book. World: The art is beautiful, there are ups and downs to it but when Manapul is the artist there is a sense of grandeur that few DC books have, this is where Manapul is at his best. The world building here is the best thing about this series. ...

    No Justice is...well no fun. I want to love this. A HUGE cast of characters are all brought in by Brainiac as he tells him trouble is coming. Something bigger than they ever faced. So he splits them into teams that he believes will work best together to take these god like destroye...

    The best trait of No Justice is that Snyder has told the story in a modular fashion, an effective way to avoid a possible convoluted mess of plot, exposition and the sheer volume of characters while still maintaining its focus on what has to be done, even though there are still many pa...

    A very underwhelming follow-up to a very mediocre event ("Metal"). This was a hot dumpster fire from start to finish. How is it that an epic concept like this gets FOUR ISSUES, while other, lesser premises get 6, 8 or even 12 issues?) This felt like a rush job: there wasn't enoug...

    So overly convoluted. Way too much going on and too dialogue heavy. I haven't really liked this new direction DC has taken with the Metals with Snyder. Dissapointed so far ...

    Fast Paced...no filler...just balls to the wall. A perfect, cosmic, bridge-mini-series from Metal into the new Justice League titles. ...

    Much like the DMV, it?s bright, boring, and I wasted way too much time. The mythology is interesting but the pacing is glue. And jesus, how many times will there be an apocalypse and a destroyer? ...

    This story had great potential. The destruction of the source wall brings new cosmic entities that threaten the universe. Cool? But instead it's a great disappointment. Unfortunately the cosmic entities are both unoriginal and underdeveloped. They might as well be Celestials and the...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. Following the aftermath of DC?s cosmic event Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder moves on to taking over the Justice League series by first introducing readers to a new cosmic threat in Justice League: No Justice. Having easily dist...

    Pretty fun bridge between Metal and Snyders Justice League series. Bit over convoluted at times given the amount of characters and the fact that Snyder loves his text in comics. But the Manapul art is amazing. ...

    Wow, this was pretty bad. So Galactus-oops, I mean "a titan"-is going to eat a planet and only a random mashup of heroes and villains can stop it...by going on a D&D-type quest to find some magic trees I guess? So, yeah, the plot was hot garbage, there was waaaaaaaaaaaaay t...

    Realmente sólo he leído las dos primeras entregas, pero no voy a seguir y eso penaliza mucho. El primer episodio no está mal: dibujo estupendo y mucho colorín, algún giro intrigante, sale mi adorada Amanda Waller (y obesa y cuarentona, no la modelo del New 52)...Pero llega el cap?...

    Justice League: No Justice shows the impact of the dark multiverse is continuing. After the wall was opened up between the multiverse and the dark multiverse in Dark Nights: Metal, a new evil is unleashed upon the galaxy. The four Omega Titans each represent one of the fundamental e...

    Basic plot: Brainiac kidnaps a bunch of heroes and villains to deal with a threat to the planet Colu. Of course there is more to it than that. Honestly, since I haven't read the Metal books, I was more than a little confused. The story felt disjointed and the art was very inconsiste...

    This was so boooooooooring, like it took me hours to read this, and it?s only 4 issues, the team idea is cool but it?s written so poorly, don?t buy this. ...