Book Review: Justice Volume 2

Justice, Volume 2 Justice, Volume 2 by Jim Krueger

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The second volume of Justice picks up right where the first one left off. DC's first string Justice League in serious peril.

They're helped out in part because the Justice League has an unbelievably deep bench including many people who are second stringers for no logical in-world reason but because marketing and precedents. So that mean Alex Ross is unleashed to paint even more heroes and there's much rejoicing.

The plot deepens as there's a mysterious revelation and then even more questions raised. While the Joker adorns the Second Volume's cover, the focus is more on the heroes and their response.

The book can be a bit over-indulgent. Jim Krueger wrote a lame Superman and Batman having a meta discussion scene that doesn't really work. There are a few other times, fan service gets in the way of good pacing. Still, this story is moving along at a solid pace.

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Published on May 21, 2021 19:25 Tags: jim-krueger, justice-league
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