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by Scott Williams,Geoff Johns

eBook Justice League, Vol. 2: The Villain's Journey (The New 52) epub
  • ISBN: 1401237649
  • Author: Scott Williams,Geoff Johns
  • Genre: Comics
  • Subcategory: Graphic Novels
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: DC Comics; unknown edition (February 5, 2013)
  • Pages: 160 pages
  • ePUB size: 1680 kb
  • FB2 size 1725 kb
  • Formats mbr mobi lit docx


Geoff Johns is an award-winning writer and one of the most popular contemporary comic book writers today.

Geoff Johns is an award-winning writer and one of the most popular contemporary comic book writers today. Johns is the author of The New York Times bestselling graphic novels Aquaman: The Trench, Blackest Night, Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps War, Justice League: Origin, Superman: Brainiac and Batman: Earth One which hit on the bestseller list. He is also known for transforming Green Lantern into one of the most critically and commercially successful franchises in comics.

If the first volume of DC’s re-launched Justice League was a vast spectacle, the second narrows the scope of the action slightly . None the less, I enjoyed this book and I'm really loving the New 52 Justice League series as a whole.

If the first volume of DC’s re-launched Justice League was a vast spectacle, the second narrows the scope of the action slightly and expands somewhat on the characters. Geoff Johns is a great writer and Jim Lee is one of the best artists out there. You should read this.

Justice League Vol. 2: The Villain’s Journey

Justice League Vol. 2: The Villain’s Journey. Pros: The banter between the heroes is great. Green Lantern’s character is written well. The main problem lies in the book’s main villain, who’s unexplained powers and flimsy motivation prevent readers from truly getting invested in the book’s central arc. Overall this is a book with a few positives and many more negatives.

Geoff Johns is crafting a new villain worthy of the great JLA villains of ol.

Geoff Johns is crafting a new villain worthy of the great JLA villains of old. Lee still delivers some of the most sleek and powerful heroes in the industry. While the first volume of the new 52 Justice League focused on the bumps and frictions between the JL members as they found their footing and first formed as a group, this second volume is a bit more about the external frictions surrounding the league. This book explores how the league is situated relative to the . government, the press, and most interestingly, ordinary citizens.

Justice League, Volume 2 book. I reallyreallyreally liked The Villain's Journey. Was it perfection? No. However, this New 52's Justice League is receiving supplies by the United Nations, that I think it's a brilliant move since it was amazing how nobody questioned before how the heck the Justice League was able to finance itself that may lead to expose secrets from the team.

However, this New 52's Justice League is receiving supplies by the United Nations . The villain in question is Mr Graves, a bestselling author of a book about the Justice League with an interest in the supernatural.

However, this New 52's Justice League is receiving supplies by the United Nations, that I think it's a brilliant move since it was amazing how nobody questioned before how the heck the Justice League was able to finance itself that may lead to expose secrets from the team.

Following that comic book event, Johns was one of four writers - along with .

Following that comic book event, Johns was one of four writers - along with Mark Waid, Grant Morrison, and Greg Rucka - behind the landmark 2006-2007 weekly comic title "52". In 2006, Johns reunited with Richard Donner on the Superman title "Action Comics", with Donner co-plotting the series with his former assistant. In August 2007 Johns and cowriter Jeff Katz re-launched the new "Booster Gold" series. In 2008 it was announced that he will be a writer in the upcoming PC and PlayStation 3 game DC Universe Online.

Now that the team’s origin story is complete, we shift to the present-day Justice League! What has changed? Who has joined the team since? And why does Green Arrow want to join those ranks so badly?

Now that the team’s origin story is complete, we shift to the present-day Justice League! What has changed? Who has joined the team since? And why does Green Arrow want to join those ranks so badly?, Plus, someone is out to get the Justice League, and he is determined to show the world how mortal these godlike beings really are!, Collects JUSTICE LEAGUE Art by: Scott Williams, Jim Lee, Joe Prado, Ivan Reis, Carlos D'Anda, Gene Ha. Cover by: Scott Williams, Jim Lee. Written by: Geoff Johns. 2: The Villain's Journey (The New 52) by Geoff Johns. Повторите попытку позже.

Justice League Vol 2 (2011-2016). Justice League (Volume 2) is one of The New 52 ongoing series to be published after Flashpoint. Justice League (Volume 2) Justice League (Volume 2) #2. Justice League (Volume 2) Justice League (Volume 2) Justice League (Volume 2) Justice League (Volume 2) Justice League (Volume 2) Justice League (Volume 2) Justice League (Volume 2) Justice League (Volume 2) Justice League (Volume 2) Justice League (Volume 2) Justice League (Volume 2) Justice League (Volume 2) #12.

A NEW YORK TIMES #1 BESTSELLERThe Justice League is the greatest force for good the world has ever seen. But not everyone sees them that way. Their never-ending battle against evil results in casualties beyond its super-powered, costumed combatants. The League’s attempts to safeguard innocent lives cannot save everybody. Unbeknownst to Earth’s greatest champions, their greatest triumph may contain the seeds of their greatest defeat. For heroes are not the only people who face tragedy and are reborn as something greater than they were before. Villains can take this journey, too. And once they start out on this dark path, the road could lead straight to the destruction of the Justice League…. The New York Times bestselling team of Geoff Johns (Green Lantern) and Jim Lee (Batman: Hush) are joined by artists Gene Ha (Top 10) and Carlos D'Anda (Deathblow) for JUSTICE LEAGUE VOL. 2: THE VILLAIN'S JOURNEY, collecting issues #7-12 of the series. Can the world’s greatest super heroes survive a voyage deep into the heart of darkness? It all ends with one of the most shocking … and surprising moments in DC history!
Comments: (7)
ZEr0
You ever hear of that theory of driving behind a semi truck? Supposedly the drift from the truck helps propel your car forward and thus saves you some gas money. I don't know, it's science or something. My point is: JL Vol. 2 is a book that certainly "drifts" behind the big and awesome JL Vol. 1. The first volume titled "Origin" hits the ground running and doesn't stop. This second volume feels like it's running off the momentum from the first book. I'm not saying this book is bad (after all I gave it four stars), but the action and pacing does seem to take a dip compared to the previous collected edition. None the less, I enjoyed this book and I'm really loving the New 52 Justice League series as a whole. Geoff Johns is a great writer and Jim Lee is one of the best artists out there. You should read this.
Kikora
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS: I found this to be an interesting and worthwhile read. It was an excellent way to tell the story of a newer Justice League just learning about the inevitable consequences of their actions. The story also does a good job of explaining the outlook of the team by tye people of the world. The general public believe the Justice League should overthrow the government, and the government is naturally afraid of the power and influence they have. Paired with this theme, we get the bridge between all of these people and the league in Steve Trevor. I found the way he was handled to be exceptional. He cared very much about protecting the league, but was also very troubled due to his love for Wonder Woman.

Now let's get into the stuff we all will buy this trade for: the Justice League themselves. The League has always been my favorite comic book team, and this book only furthers my admiration for them. You see all the personal connections a lot of the members have, and it proves to be a lot of fun. One of my favorite examples was between the Flash and Green Lantern. They go off together to interrogate an enemy, and the Flash asks to be bad cop. Hal reluctantly ends up agreeing, and Barry proves why Hal was so reluctant.

Eventually though, we learn they're not all as close to each other. This all comes to play due to the villain of this story; David Graves. David Graves was formally an author who wrote a book praising the League, even calling them gods. After he and his family get stricken with an unknown disease, of which ends up killing his family, he comes to the conclusion that everything he once believed about them was wrong. He ends up becoming bent on humanizing the League, eventually finding out everything he can about them. He reveals Batman's distrust of the team, (which we find out excludes Superman) and that Superman is a reporter. He ends up kidnapping Steve Trevor after a fight with the League, and the we're brought to an ancient temple with what seems to be souls of people close to each member of the League. Graves believes these to be the souls of the people who the inhabitants of earth. The League ends up finding this to be untrue, due to Steve Trevor revealing he wasn't killed, despite Wonder Woman apparently seeing his ghost. This leads to the League releasing Graves from the souls he believed to be his family.

The story concludes with Hal deciding to quit the League, after a discussion of how the League has failed Graves, ending the trade on a bit of a cliffhanger.

All and all, I'd say this was a very enjoyable read, and I'd recommend it to any DC fan who has already read the first volume.
Conjuril
Just finished JL Vol 2. It was ok filled in some backstory's. it did introduce Green Arrow to the mix and added to the Pandora story which needed to be done shes a tie in to so many books we need as much time on her as we can get. I did like the villain Graves. I didn't really like this vol as much as the first but i did like it enough to order the 3rd. this is a book im going to stay with till the end. I really like these JL story's because they focus on all members back story's and make you want to read the other new 52 vol on each one. It really helps that the writers include back story's and time on each JL member through out these volumes it makes it easy for the readers even if you don't read each members stand alone comic. I for one only read the baman titles and just stared reading the suicide squad and im not lost at all granite I do know enough about superman and flash but really have never read anything on wonder women, arrow or aquaman. I will stay with this comic and slowing branch out and read each ones stand alone comic.
DireRaven
This is definitely a good follow-up to The New 52’s first story for The Justice League. It’s filled with emotions, and it’s one of those stories that really makes you think and feel. I was a little bit surprised when Superman and Wonder Woman kissed, but I heard that in some of the stories for DC they become a couple. I think that a lot of us pictured Superman with Lois Lane, and Wonder Woman with Steve Trevor or Batman. So, some people may not like this new relationship, but they’re going to have to get used to it. WE’RE going to have to get used to it. Overall; this is a pretty great story.
Zainian
I thought the first volume of the New 52 Justice League was a solid start to the series, with a lot of potential. This volume continues to build on that potential but doesn't quite fulfill it.

Once again, the artwork is fantastic and calls to mind the JL animated series. In this volume, a new (to me, at least) villain comes onto the scene. He has a personal connection to the team, which is a great way to add urgency to the story. The team will need to confront some inner demons in order to become stronger. Another good tension-builder is Steve Trevor. He was introduced in Vol 1 as the government liaison to the JL. Here his character is given more weight than the pitiable human dumped by Diana. It was a well-executed maneuver that laid the foundation for the much hyped Superman-Wonder Woman relationship. I'm eager to see where the writers go with that since these two characters seem like a perfect match.

What I didn't like about this volume was the shoehorning in of Green Arrow as a way to introduce the spin-off series "Justice League of America." He is so desperate to be a member of the JL that he follows them everywhere like a lost puppy. I have no interest in that team, and Arrow's character was just too campy and downright pathetic here. He wasn't funny, he was silly, which is out of sync with the tone already set in JL Vol 1.

Overall, this was a good continuation of the series and I will continue it. Highly recommended.
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