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eBook Justice League: Midsummer's Nightmare (Justice League (DC Comics)) epub
  • ISBN: 156389338X
  • Author: Mark Waid
  • Genre: Comics
  • Subcategory: Graphic Novels
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: DC Comics; Gph edition (December 23, 1996)
  • Pages: 128 pages
  • ePUB size: 1417 kb
  • FB2 size 1551 kb
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A Midsummer's Nightmare is a Justice League storyline written by Mark Waid and Fabian Nicieza with illustrations by Jeff Johnson and Darick Robertson.

A Midsummer's Nightmare is a Justice League storyline written by Mark Waid and Fabian Nicieza with illustrations by Jeff Johnson and Darick Robertson. It's published in the three-issue Justice League: A Midsummer's Nightmare mini-series. The story reunites the original Justice League line-up of Aquaman, Batman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, Superman and Wonder Woman.

Justice League: A Midsummer's Nightmare. Genres: Action, Adventure, Superhero. Publisher: DC Comics. The book opens with us getting a look into the lives of the Justice League. Writer: Fabian Nicieza, Mark Waid. Artist: Darick Robertson, Jeff Johnson. Publication date: September 1996 - November 1996. As they live in a world where most people are "sparking" with new powers, yet they have to live hum drum lives trying to make ends meet, facing obsticals their powers would have easily allowed them to conquer. That is until Clark Kent has a wall fall on him as he tries to save them, and Bruce Wayne sees his Parents.

In JUSTICE LEAGUE: A MIDSUMMER'S NIGHTMARE, the greatest super-heroes in the universe become powerless as the regular citizens of the world gain amazing abilities. Trapped in a fantasy world with no recollection of their true existence, Superman, Batman, Flash, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Aquaman, and the Martian Manhunter experience the peaceful lives that they have always been denied. But as each of the heroes realizes that something is amiss, they begin to investigate and discover that they have fallen prey to the evil machinations of Doctor Destiny

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Justice League: A Midsummer's Nightmare 3 issues. Short summary describing this volume. It had been years since the icons of the DC Universe had served on the Justice League together

Nevertheless, "Justice League: A Midsummer's Nightmare" is a good book. JUSTICE LEAGUE: A MIDSUMMER'S NIGHTMARE accomplished what I wanted it to do, re-establish the true core of the Justice League of America

Nevertheless, "Justice League: A Midsummer's Nightmare" is a good book. I would recommend it to casual readers interested in comics as well as people looking for a good story regardless of the format it comes in. Happy reading. JUSTICE LEAGUE: A MIDSUMMER'S NIGHTMARE accomplished what I wanted it to do, re-establish the true core of the Justice League of America. Originally purchased in the mini-series format, it combines the Super Seven against Doctor Destiny to unwrap the loopy world they have been all trapped on. Definitely for the hard-core JLA fan, of which I am.

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JLA was a monthly comic book published by DC Comics from January 1997 to April 2006 featuring the Justice League of America (JLA, Justice League). The series restarted DC's approach to the Justice League which had initially featured most of the. The series restarted DC's approach to the Justice League which had initially featured most of the company's top-tier superheroes but shifted in the 1980s to featuring a rotating cast of established characters alongside newer ones and also saw that franchise expand to several series, diluting the prestige of the name brand.

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Fabian Nicieza, Mark Waid. Views: 211. Read Justice League: A Midsummers Nightmare Comic Online. As they live in a world where most people are sparking with new powers, yet they have to live hum drum lives trying to make ends meet, facing obsticals their powers would have easily allowed them to conquer.

Published December 23rd 1996 by DC Comics (first published November 1996).

Something is wrong with DC's classic heroes. Each has forgotten the. Start by marking Justice League: A Midsummer's Nightmare as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Published December 23rd 1996 by DC Comics (first published November 1996). Justice League: A Midsummer's Nightmare. 156389338X (ISBN13: 9781563893384).

The seven superheroes of the Justice League reunite to subdue a growing number of metahumans called the Genetic Spark, but an old nemesis awaits them.
Comments: (7)
Coidor
This is one of those stories that starts really well but doesn't end well. The world is full of "normal" people bequethed with super powers and those who should have super powers have no memory of their past. The writing is tight and the story compelling. Why three stars? The adversary to our heroes is poorly thought out--dare I say stupid (stupid origin, stupid powers, stupid motivations). When the master plan was finally revealed I was left thinking THAT's IT! It seemed contrived. It was a perfect buildup to nothing. This was a good concept that failed to be big enough in scope. I would buy it if you are really into the Justice League. There are good moments for all of the cast, but if there are other stories you could buy first--please do. I don't regret buying this as I am a fan of the genre. I'm simply disappointed with where this story might have went.
Virtual
Let me just start by saying that I'd have given this a 4.5 out of 5 stars if that option were available! That being said, this was a GREAT find and addition to my Justice League collection. It is the set up story of the events that lead to the formation of the Justice League of the mid to late 90's. In a VERY 'Avengers' moment, the team discovers that they have been brought together to fight a threat that none of them could have handled alone. And not to give away too many spoilers, but it sets up a MAJOR storyline that will play into the later Justice League volumes.
The story itself starts slow, though there is no problem with that in my opinion. It's a slow start, but a good one nonetheless. By the middle and end, it's become a rip roaring Justice League adventure like those we will become used to seeing. If there was one flaw with the book, in my humble opinion, it's that I didn't find the art as tight and detailed as I would have liked. In many places, it was very sketchy. Which is all good and fine if you like that sort of thing. It didn't detract from the overall story, and I think that it what really counts here. Grant Morrison does the intro to this book, which is fitting, since he'd go on to do a years long run on the newly launched Justice League comics. This book immediately leads into the following books:
JLA, Vol. 1
JLA, Vol. 2 (Deluxe Edition)
JLA, Vol. 3 Deluxe Edition
JLA Deluxe Edition Vol. 4
It should be stated that while this is a 4 to 4.5 star intro to that series, each of those books receives a RESOUNDING five stars with bells and whistles. I'll do reviews on them later, but for now, if you're looking to start reading the JLA of the mid 90's, then this is the book that started it all. Give it a try folks, I don't think you'll be disappointed.
Thanks for your time. Sincerely, R.A. McDowell
Cala
The graphic novel "Justice League A Midsummer's Nightmare" is a good book to read and I enjoyed the writing as well as the graphic art style that used. I gave the book five stars because it's well written.
Tyler Is Not Here
DC Comics has packaged the original -- and difficult to find -- three-issue mini-series, 1996's "Justice League: A Midsummer's Nightmare", into this trade paperback. In addition, there is a brief introduction by Grant Morrison, who writes DC Comics' "JLA" regular series (at the time this review was written) as well as interesting character biographies at the end.
For JLA fans, "A Midsummer's Nightmare" is essential reading. For newcomers, this is a good introduction to "JLA" and the unique characters it portrays. While there may be some reservations about this context of this book (i.e. super-heroes, comics, etc.), the content is quite intriguing. The story delves into issues concerning equality and freedom, among others, while it delivers the action and suspense that I would expect from a super-hero comic.
That synopsis may sound very vague and general, but that was intentional; I didn't want to reveal too much of the story. ! Readers looking for an in-depth analysis of the issues will not find it in "A Midsummer's Nightmare". Instead, there are subtle questions that seem to linger after reading the story (at least for myself).
The art is good, and the story is even better. However, I probably would have given a higher rating if I hadn't previously read DC Comics' "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns" and "Kingdom Come", as well as Marvel Books' "Marvels". Needless to say, I find those books to be outstanding, and I am obviously partial to them.
Nevertheless, "Justice League: A Midsummer's Nightmare" is a good book. I would recommend it to casual readers interested in comics as well as people looking for a good story regardless of the format it comes in.
Happy reading ...
Seevinev
With the Midsummer's Nightmare the league is returned to greatness. No more second stringers only the big guns. This book reprints the entire three issue limited series form 1996 the year heroes returned fromt he dark ages.
IT is no longer an era of grim and gritty heroes who you are not sure if you should be rooting for. This book shows you that heroes are good and are looking to save the world. A really fun story that captures the imagination with its wide scope and properly using all seven of the Justice Leaguers. After reading this you will know something about each one that you may not have known before. The Justice League is now a group of the most powerful heroes on the planet, they may not always like each other but they can put those differences aside to save the world. I recomend this book to anyone who is a fan of the heroes. Anyone who always said the League is cool but they just aren't breathtaking. Well this book is certainly a start int he right direction not just for the Justice League but comics in general.
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