Justice League Elite, Vol. 2
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Justice League Elite, Vol. 2 (Justice League Elite #2)

3.28 of 5 stars 3.28  ·  rating details  ·  85 ratings  ·  5 reviews
In this volume collecting the final 8 issues of the hit miniseries, the JLA splinter team burrows deeper into the inner circle of an alien drug cartel…that is, until their cover is blown! Meanwhile, in the farthest reaches of the galaxy, a new villain has risen from the Source Wall. Her name is Eve, and the only thing she's looking to create is the destruction of the Elite...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published October 3rd 2007 by DC Comics
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The Justice League Elite fizzle out in their second and final graphic novel collection. With conspiracies, secrets, and mistrust abound, the JLE takes on an undercover mission to shut down an alien drug trade. Making matters worse is the unexpected arrival of the Justice Society, leading to a violent confrontation on the streets of Chicago. Add in the Source Wall and the return of Manchester Black, and not even the Justice League may be able to help the Elite save London. Though the idea of a bl...more
Amber Ditullio
Oct 21, 2011 Amber Ditullio rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Fans of Superhero Comics, Those who like anti-heroes.
Shelves: graphic-novel
Several members of the Justice League were tired of being reactive to threats to the human race. They wanted to be proactive instead. So they, along with others that weren't quite so noble, combined to make the Justice League Elite. But they are being eaten away from within. Someone is a traitor, and someone else isn't quite who they say they are. Will the JLE survive the trouble from within?

My Thoughts: I was in the mood for more graphic novels and found this one while I was searching. Of cours...more
Pretty weak book this. Cheap copy of the Authority, but with none of the mojo that made that such a great series. This book is a bit of a mess, full of interesting ideas but just put on the page half baked. I struggled to know what was going on half the time...the story could have been told in half the page count, and there were too many characters struggling for 'air time'
The art was ok, but the many fight and group scenes were a bit too 'busy' for me, layouts too unstructured.
There is a lot wo...more
Ok, but not that good really. Shame because it did have potential. It was trying to be the Authority without the humour.
This one gets weirder as it gets deeper. There's at least one nice plot twist and it's a generally fun story, but not essential.
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