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Justice League: Generation Lost, Vol. 2 (Generation Lost #2)

3.9  ·  Rating Details ·  196 Ratings  ·  14 Reviews
Written by JUDD WINICK Art by AARON LOPRESTI, FERNANDO DAGNINO, JOE BENNETT and others Cover by DUSTIN NGUYEN In this second JLGL collection featuring issues #13-24 of the twice-monthly series, the U.N. revokes Checkmate's charter, Captain Atom is wanted
Hardcover, 320 pages
Published October 18th 2011 by DC Comics (first published January 1st 2011)
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William Thomas
Jan 23, 2012 William Thomas rated it really liked it
I don't know how many other books could have been so singly focused on one villain for 24 issues and still kept me interested. More than interested- in love. The JLI, superhuman misfits extraordinaire, reunite to stop one of DC's most compelling villains- Maxwell Lord. Adding Rocket Red and the new Blue Beetle, this book was probably the most entertaining and flat out fun book to come out of the Brightest Day schlock. The book tried to flesh out some of the previous problems between the team as ...more
Paul Riches
Mar 22, 2013 Paul Riches rated it it was ok
What starts with a huge whoop ass bang ends with a mildly stifled yawn.

Which translates to mean: Why yes I was mostly bored.

The comic series in question is the twenty four issue bi weekly comic series from DC, a spin-off from the phenomenally successful Blackest Night crossover, mixed with one last kick at the can for the Bwahaha funny Justice League.

During Blackest Night, the dead rose all around the DC universe and chaos reined, with a byproduct being the vile villain Maxwell Lord regaining hi
Sep 09, 2011 Bevans rated it really liked it
This series was a blast. I really enjoyed the characters they focused on, especially the new Rocket Red and Blue Beetle. (In fact, I just picked up Shellshocked from the library yesterday.) It was also fun to see Max Lord back again, and I'm still not sure if he was really a "villain" in this.

Short version: art was great, story was great, characters great, everything great.
Apr 15, 2013 Kyle rated it really liked it
Shelves: dcu
A little anti-climactic to the lead-in volume; however, the artwork and plotting is really well handled. Probably the best tie-in to the Brightest Day event, plus, Winnick uses the JLI characters so very well, breathing new life into these peripheral personalities.

Jun 02, 2011 Scott rated it it was amazing
Shelves: graphic-novels, own, dc
This has truly been a great series and almost was better than the main Brightest Day storyline. For me this was a brilliant introduction to the JLI with a very compelling plot and great writing, art and twists throughout! Awesome stuff!
Dec 11, 2011 Mike rated it really liked it
Shelves: justice-league
A really good, entertaining book. I found it more exciting than Brightest Day. As far as improvements, there could have been a recap at the beginning of the book that covered the events of volume 1. Nice addition of the original 80's JLI issue at the end of the book.
Shannon Appelcline
Apr 03, 2013 Shannon Appelcline rated it really liked it
Shelves: comics, comics-dc
This volume drags more than the first, but it's still a well-written story about interesting characters. A pity that the setup for a new JLI comic was then immediately dropped due to DC's decision to reboot its universe.
Rocky Sunico
Jan 20, 2016 Rocky Sunico rated it liked it
Maybe I was expecting too much from such an epic plot that began with Maxwell Lord mass hypnotizing the world. But still, the ending was a bit of a hoser.
Apr 01, 2012 David rated it it was amazing
I wouldn't say I'm a fan of the old Justice League International. But this two volume tale was pretty great. I was a bit disappointed with the ending, but the adventure all the way was first rate.
Sep 13, 2015 Craig rated it it was amazing
I loved how this one incorporated the then current Wonder Woman story into it. I love the jli! It's really sad they didn't last line in the new 52.
John Yelverton
Sep 30, 2011 John Yelverton rated it it was amazing
What a fantastic read, as the former JLI attempt to hunt down and kill/capture Maxwell Lord despite his best efforts to sabotage them.
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Born February 12th, 1970 and raised on Long Island in New York, Judd began cartooning professionally at 16 with a single-paneled strip called Nuts & Bolts. This ran weekly through Anton Publications, a newspaper publisher that produced town papers in the Tri state area. He was paid 10 dollars a week.

In August of 1988, Judd began attending the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor bringing Nuts &am
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