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Justice League, Volume 3: Hawkworld

(Justice League (2018) #3)

3.36  ·  Rating details ·  108 ratings  ·  15 reviews
It's a mystery in space: Why would the Guardians of the Universe hide top-secret intel deep in the bowels of a secret vault on Thanagar Prime? The answers will change the DC Universe forever!

The events of the Dark Nights: Metal and Justice League: No Justice have transformed the DC Universe in ways both wonderful and terrifying...the fallout continues in Justice League Vol
Paperback, 184 pages
Published July 23rd 2019 by DC Comics (first published June 25th 2019)
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James DeSantis
Jun 07, 2019 rated it it was ok
Man oh man....I want to love this but...

Listen. Justice League isn't that easy to do. I've read about 6 runs now and they range from pretty good to downright terrible. Snyder's run isn't the worst or anything but it's a shame that a guy who can create some of my favorite comics (Black Mirror, New52 Batman, American Vampire) is writing this. I just don't get the change in style.

This is basically another volume in which most of the league is split up and having their own stories told. This takes
Chris Lemmerman
Jul 21, 2019 rated it liked it
While Drowned Earth takes the Justice League back home, Martian Manhunter and Hawkgirl head to Thanagar to try and solve some of the lingering problems of the Totality - but the answers they find turn everything upside down.

We open with a Legion of Doom one-shot that manages to shuffle The Joker out of the Legion, but he doesn't leave without making his mark. He was always a weird fit, but James Tynion IV gives him a fitting farewell, although the art from Guillem March can be a little over the
Aug 10, 2019 rated it liked it
Shelves: digital
This was a slog to get through, and not always an enjoyable one. There's some cool stuff buried in here, but for large parts I was just bored. I do not regret dropping this in singles.
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After a hectic and messy tie-in story centered around Aquaman, the ongoing Justice League series helmed by Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV continues its exploration into the cosmic universes to uncover the truth behind their reality. At the heart of this latest story arc is a mystery that invites some heroes to dig deeper into the secrets of their world, whether it will appease or break them. From godly entities to ill-intentioned supervillains
I wonder, does Bruce ever feel bad about breaking the Source Wall? If he’d sat down and shut up when everyone told him to, none of this, from Metal forward, would have happened.
Aug 05, 2019 rated it did not like it
Wtf was this
Apr 14, 2019 rated it really liked it
Basic Plot: The Justice League attempt to save the Source Wall and Luthor seeks to destroy it and wake Perpetua.

The art here is epic and fantastic. The characters and their motivations drive everything, which beings a lot of pathos to the story, even for the villains. The plot itself continues to build and twist, and is nowhere near its conclusion yet. I love the fact that the writers and artists are being given space to actually build a meaningful story and not just churning out short, unconnec
Apr 08, 2019 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2019, comics, superheroes
All throughout Snyder’s run I’ve felt like I’ve been missing a big piece of context he just hasn’t been explaining. This was perhaps the most aggravating example. That said there’s lots to like. Some nice character work and fantastic art.
Feb 24, 2019 rated it it was ok
This series is the quintessence of the tell, don't show principle.
Aug 05, 2019 rated it it was ok
Scott Snyder continues his Justice League run by sending half the League to Thanagar in their search for answers. While most of the team is back on Earth dealing with a mystical flood, Hawkgirl, Green Lantern, and Martian Manhunter have set off into space. Despite the public welcome by a not-so-dead Shayera Hol, the Leaguers realize that there is more than meets the eye to the utopian state of the Thanagarian homeworld. A violent confrontation with the "savage" Hawkman reveals that the majority ...more
Aldo Haegemans
May 15, 2019 rated it liked it
Jul 29, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2019, comic
I have really been enjoying this series.
Aug 09, 2019 rated it did not like it
Wasn't a fan of the retconning or how the team was so split up for much of the book or the disjointed way this story was ordered. So much exposition.
the only reason im still reading this series is bc i kept subscribed to it way longer than i ever should have its so boring

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Daniel Butcher
Aug 14, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: dc-comics
There are some cool concepts here, but it's a fairly big volume with a lot of "stuff" going on as Synder sets up a bigger story.
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Scott Snyder is the Eisner and Harvey Award winning writer on DC Comics Batman, Swamp Thing, and his original series for Vertigo, American Vampire. He is also the author of the short story collection, Voodoo Heart, published by the Dial Press in 2006. The paperback version was published in the summer of 2007.

Other books in the series

Justice League (2018) (4 books)
  • Justice League, Volume 1: The Totality
  • Justice League, Volume. 2: Graveyard of Gods
  • Justice League, Volume 4: The Sixth Dimension