25 thoughts on “Justice League: No Justice by Scott Snyder

  1. Hey Lashaan, this is the first time, I have really really realized how comics have to be reviewed or if they can be reviewed. I haven’t read one since my childhood in the dark ages.
    Great review.. Loved the points you made. Got to learn more about these comics

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    1. Hi there Shalini! That’s kind of you. I’m sure there’s plenty of ways to review them, but it’s definitely a medium that can be reviewed. They aren’t childish, as long you pick them wisely. Some stories can be quite powerful, and even better than some novels. After all, pictures are worth a thousand words. 😉 Thanks for reading though! 😀

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  2. Ooh, really love the storyline of this one! Godlike beings that hunger for planets?? That really sounds exciting indeed. Also like the idea that apperently there are going to be alliances with villains as well. I used to love cartoons like for instance Transformers where the Autobots had to team up with Decepticons to figh a common threat. As always, wonderful post Lashaan. Really love all these comic book reviews that you are doing! 😊

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    1. Oh yes, and they have nice looks too. They could easy be mistaken as legendary Pokemons to be honest hahahah And yes, that’s pretty much the idea that was explored here. It’s not the first time we see heroes and villains working together, but for the stakes we’re looking at here, it’s definitely quite interesting. What’s going to happen next will definitely be fascinating. Thanks for checking them out! I’ll probably keep on sharing reviews for them. So many of them out there that needs to be read and shared with everyone! 😀

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  3. It makes me so happy to see comics starting to embrace the shades of grey humanity has, even within these supernatural-not-really-human characters. While I’ve seen this here and there throughout my comic reading, it’s not all that prevalent. I am looking forward to seeing how Snyder transforms the Justice League going forward. I have high hopes!

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    1. Yep, it’s not exactly new, but it’s always nice to see it, especially when it’s done properly. If anything, this really became much bigger in terms of risks and stakes that you barely realize how many innocent lives are at play. Shows just how much impact superheroes can have on everyone. Definitely psyched about what the Justice League will become from now on. 😀

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  4. Awesome thoughts there my friend! I was pretty underwhelmed by Metal and was becoming less enthusiastic about Scott Snyder’s work but No Justice, whilst not mind blowing, turned things around for me a little and the good news is that I’m enjoying Snyder’s JL run (I still favour Geoff Johns’ New 52/pre-Rebirth run though).

    I wasn’t a fan of Manapul’s style when he was doing the Flash but it seems to have evolved since then and I’ve become more receptive to it…but give me Jim Lee any day ha ha!

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    1. Thanks, Chris. Yep, your relationship with Scott Snyder is definitely a peculiar one though! 😛 No Justice still felt like it was missing stuff, but considering that it was meant to be a transition for readers to the real issue, I guess it’s okay. Hahah, I’m sort of convinced that whatever Snyder does with the Justice League in this new series, it’s going to be much better than what has been going in the Rebirth run… 😀

      Hahah doubt anyone would say no to more Jim Lee! I do like that there’s more Tony S. Daniel going around nowadays. 😀

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