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Justice League International, Vol. 6 (Justice League International #6)

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The 1980s adventures of the Justice League continue in this new volume starring Batman, Blue Beetle, Booster Gold and many other heroes. Two branches of the Justice League – Justice League American and Justice League International – team up in this volume to face the threat of what seem to be vampires in the Balkans.
Paperback, 240 pages
Published May 31st 2011 by DC Comics (first published February 1990)
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Steven
The bwah ha ha starts to fade....

The schtick had to start getting tired eventually, and it pretty much starts running out of energy right at the start of this volume, with a crossover between the now-retitled Justice League America and the newer Justice League Europe, setting into motion the rather grim Simon Stagg arc (unfortunately, this volume ends right on a cliffhanger from that arc, as the Metal Men arrive to face down Metamorpho.)

William Messner-Loebs steps in to share the scripting with
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Shannon Appelcline
Aug 10, 2014 Shannon Appelcline rated it liked it
Shelves: comics, comics-dc
The Teasdale Imperative. It's nice to see the two Leagues together, and the continued use of the Grey Men is cool. I also enjoy my comics to have consequences, and this does for the JLE. With that said, the super large cast doesn't do the writing any favors. There's still funny, but too many characters to concentrate on and too much fighting [6+/10].

The Shorts that follow unfortunately continue to be weak. There's still some funny (especially in JLA) and there's still some nice character moments
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Seth Tucker
Dec 11, 2015 Seth Tucker rated it really liked it
A very different Justice League than the one you may be currently reading. In the late 80's the Justice League became a very different organization under Maxwell Lord. While a fun book (thanks in a large part to Blue Beetle and Booster Gold), these stories are not your traditional Justice League adventures. Witness the first team-up of the Justice League International and Justice League Europe. See Metamorpho duke it out with resident Green Lantern, Guy Gardner. Most of the DC heavy hitters are ...more
James Bowman
Aug 28, 2015 James Bowman rated it liked it
(This review covers Vol. 4, Vol. 5, and Vol. 6.)

I was only halfway through the JLI trades, and had considered getting rid of them. Now I'm glad I kept them around! The mix of humor and heroism here is the perfect antidote to the grimdark of DC's current titles. The JLI/JLA stories are a little more appealing to me than the JLE stories, but they're both fun. I'm just annoyed Volume 6 ends on a cliffhanger... (B)
Steve
Nov 03, 2012 Steve rated it liked it
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This volume suffers for getting caught between two different titles - Justice League of America and Justice League Europe. Other than the initial story arc (which is joint between the two), it is presented as a story form title alternating with the other. Though there is plenty of cross over, it harms the flow.

Still, and although the run is obviously starting to lose steam, enjoyable.
Timothy Boyd
Feb 08, 2016 Timothy Boyd rated it liked it
Sometime you just gotta have fun, even in the superhero world of stopping crime and evil. JLI is that fun answer to the superhero world. Nicely written and drawn stories make this an enjoyable read. Recommended
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Nov 30, 2010 Matt rated it really liked it
Fun stuff, like usual. I really enjoy Giffen's run on Justice League all around.
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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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