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Justice League International Vol. 4 (Justice League International #4)

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The 1980s adventures of the Justice League of America continues with this new, fourth volume of off-the-wall adventures.

In this volume, the team works on a captured alien spacecraft, unaware that the new Injustice League is pursuing them in their own stolen ship from Thanagar, Hawkman's homeworld. And then, while Booster Gold and Blue Beetle are hired to track a vampire, t
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Paperback, 192 pages
Published March 9th 2010 by DC Comics (first published September 1989)
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Elijah Spector
Now this is what I love about 80s comics -- possibly my favorite period for superheroes. There's this wonderful rhythm to superhero stories from this time, where things were flowing into each other more than they had before, but there were still no thoughts toward collecting them in a trade later, so everything fits together but also moves around fits and starts: you get a goofy issue where everyone hangs around, a one-off story, then suddenly a dark multi-parter... then maybe a light multi-part ...more
Sesana
New readers just won't be able to see Maxwell Lord's discovery that he can influence the thoughts and actions of others without getting a chill. I honestly can't tell if it was meant to be read that way, or if I'm bringing too much baggage from later events to the book.
Jace
I guess I don't have a lot to say about this volume. It continues the JLI trend of the humorous superhero approach. If you liked those, you'll probably like this one too. I know it's a classic, but some times I feel a little silly reading this title. It was written over 20 years ago and doesn't really seem to be in line with today's comic book continuity. But then I come across a little nugget that still resonates with modern comics. (For instance, this is the volume in which Max Lord first lear ...more
Timo
A bit text heavy but loads of funny bantering and pointing out stupid mannerism of super hero comics.
Nice art too although Lobo was not dangerous looking at all. More like lame pale wanker.
Mark
The writing is weakening here... as is the artwork. It's still has flashes of Giffen brilliance, but it isn't the genius of the first year of JLI.
James
DC Comics has been reprinting this comic series from the late 80's and early 90's and since it may actually be my favorite comic run of all time, I have been buying them. Some of the early volumes in the reprints had problems with the color quality, but with this volume they did an amazing job of re-coloring and touching up the art for the reprint and the book looks amazing. It also collects some hilarious issues, including Guy and Ice's first date. I'm hoping they keep these reprints coming. I ...more
Jon
I know that putting this on an actual "book" list is strecthing a bit, but what the hell? It's got a hard cover and runs over 200 pages. The best part of this collection is probably seeing the different renditions of Guy Gardner's bowl cut. Even being written in the 1980's, there's no excuse for such horrendous hair. Seeing that when I was a kid made me a strict Marvel-only fan. Now I can view it with some sort of nostagic irony, I guess.
Sophie
Not quite as good as the other JLI volumes, but still a lot of fun, especially the Beetle/Booster parts. And Big Barda. And Fire. And... well, you know :)
Shannon Appelcline
Another light-hearted and fun volume.
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Keith Ian Giffen is an American comic book illustrator and writer. He is possibly best-known for his long runs illustrating, and later writing the Legion of Super-Heroes title in the 1980s and 1990s. He also created the alien mercenary character Lobo (with Roger Slifer), and the irreverent "want-to-be" hero, Ambush Bug. Giffen is known for having an unorthodox writing style, often using characters ...more
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