Justice League, Vol. 1: The Extinction Machines

Justice League, Volume 1: The Extinction Machines - Bryan Hitch, Tony S. Daniel, Sandu Florea, Tomey Morey, Richard Starkings, Sean Parsons, Jesús Merino, Matthew Clark

I was looking forward to a Justice League that had the two newest Green Lanterns on it and seeing them work with the more experienced members, but this was just disappointing. There wasn't much of getting to see the team all interacting with each other. Instead, the focus was more on the villains destroying the world. Which is a shame since they weren't particularly interesting. And neither was watching the Justice League go up against them. The book was mostly boring.


I'm hoping the series will start focusing on the team's dynamics more because they've got some great material to work with like the Justice League's uncertainty of the new Superman after the death of the Superman they were friends with and the new Green Lanterns learning from the veteran members. And it'd be nice to see Flash stop being a jerk to Baz.


Not the worst Justice League story I've read, but certainly not one I'd ever want to read again. Although the art was nice. It just went with a boring story.