Ë Justice League International, Volume 1: The Signal Masters || á PDF Read by Ì Dan Jurgens Aaron Lopresti Matt Ryan Marco Castiello

By Dan Jurgens Aaron Lopresti Matt Ryan Marco Castiello | Comments: ( 140 ) | Date: ( Jan 24, 2020 )

As a part of the acclaimed DC Comics The New 52 event of September 2011, the United Nations brings together Batman, Booster Gold, Green Lantern Guy Gardner, August General in Iron, Fire, Ice, Vixen and Rocket Red a new group called Justice League International.With the growing presence of super beings around the world, the JLI are charged with promoting unity and trust bAs a part of the acclaimed DC Comics The New 52 event of September 2011, the United Nations brings together Batman, Booster Gold, Green Lantern Guy Gardner, August General in Iron, Fire, Ice, Vixen and Rocket Red a new group called Justice League International.With the growing presence of super beings around the world, the JLI are charged with promoting unity and trust but if they re going to discover the mystery behind the giant alien Signalmen who are appearing all over the globe can they reach that goal without killing each other first Collecting Justice League International 1 6

  • Title: Justice League International, Volume 1: The Signal Masters
  • Author: Dan Jurgens Aaron Lopresti Matt Ryan Marco Castiello
  • ISBN: 9781401235345
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Paperback

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Dan Jurgens Aaron Lopresti Matt Ryan Marco Castiello

Dan Jurgens is an American comic book writer and artist He is best known for creating the superhero Booster Gold, and for his lengthy runs on the Superman titles Adventures of Superman and Superman vol 2 , particularly during The Death of Superman storyline Other series he has been associated with include The Sensational Spider Man Vol 1 , Thor vol 2 , Captain America vol 3 , Justice League America, Metal Men, Teen Titans vol 2 , Zero Hour, Tomb Raider The Series, Aquaman vol 3 , and the creator of DC Comics imprint Tangent.Jurgens first professional comic work was for DC Comics on Warlord 63 He was hired due to a recommendation of Warlord series creator Mike Grell who was deeply impressed by Jurgens work after being shown his private portfolio at a convention In 1984, Jurgens was the artist for the Sun Devils limited series July 1984 June 1985 , with writers Gerry Conway and Roy Thomas Jurgens would make his debut as a comic book writer with Sun Devils he began scripting from Conway s plots with 8 and fully took over the writing duties on the title with 10 In 1985, Jurgens created the character Booster Gold, who became a member of the Justice League His first work on Superman was as penciller for Adventures of Superman Annual 1 1987 In 1989, Jurgens began working full time on the character when he took over the writing pencilling of the monthly Adventures of Superman.Dan Jurgens was the penciller of the 1990 1991 limited series Armageddon 2001 and co created the hero Waverider with Archie Goodwin In 1991 Jurgens assumed the writing pencilling of the main Superman comic book, where he created a supporting hero named Agent Liberty During his run on Superman, Dan created two major villains, Doomsday and the Cyborg Doomsday was the main antagonist in the Death of Superman storyline Jurgens wrote and drew Justice League America for about one year and in 1993 pencilled the Metal Men four issue miniseries, which was a retcon of their origin story Jurgens wrote and pencilled the 1994 comic book miniseries and crossover Zero Hour He wrote and penciled layouts with finished art by Brett Breeding to the Superman Doomsday Hunter Prey miniseries, which was a follow up to the successful Death of Superman storyline In 1995 Jurgens and Italian artist Claudio Castellini worked on the highly publicized crossover Marvel vs DC In the same year, he gave up the pencilling duties on Superman.Jurgens scripted and provided layout art for the Superman vs Aliens miniseries The story was about a battle between Superman and the aliens created by H R Giger a.k.a the Xenomorphs , from the Alien film series It was co published by Dark Horse Comics and DC Comics in 1995.In January 1996, Jurgens was writer and penciller of the new Spider Man series, The Sensational Spider Man Vol 1 , at Marvel Comics The title was initially conceived to be the flagship showcase for the new Ben Reilly Spider Man it replaced the Web of Spider Man series The initial seven issues 0 6, January July 1996 were written and pencilled by Jurgens Jurgens pushed strongly for the restoration of Peter Parker as the true Spider Man and plans were made to enact this soon, but Bob Harras, the new Editor in chief, demanded the story be deferred until after the Onslaught crossover Jurgens had by this stage become disillusioned with the immense amount of group planning and constant changes of ideas and directions and took this as the last straw, resigning from the title In a past interview several years after his Spider Man run, Jurgens stated that he would like to have another chance on the character, since his run was with the Ben Reilly character during the Spider Man Clone Saga, and not Peter Parker Jurgens had also written and pencilled Teen Titans vol 2 for its entire two year, 24 issue run New Teen Titans co creator George P rez came on board on this incarnation of the Titans as inker for the se

Comments Justice League International, Volume 1: The Signal Masters

  • Jeff

    Back in the late 1980’s DC was trying to imprint the Justice League brand on other books, hence the Justice League International (JLI) was created: a smart, funny, take on superhero team dynamics. Now, sadly, it’s been revived as a New 52 title.The United Nations wants a team that they can control because the Justice League aren’t the kind of heroes that are going to lick the boot heels of politicians. So the clarion call goes out to some C-List heroes. “Be a member of a superhero team, [...]

  • Anne

    Well, the artist was good.Thanks to Geoff Johns' Booster Gold, Vol. 1: 52 Pick-Up, I have a soft spot for Booster. And finding out that he was heading up a team for the New 52? It sounded like something I would enjoy, right?Turns out, not so much.Supposedly, the UN decided they need a JLA that they are in charge of, because nobody trusts the governments anymore. Shocking! Booster gets picked to lead since everyone thinks he's just a glory hound who wants to get paid, therefore he should be easil [...]

  • Dirk Grobbelaar

    This is almost the same as back in the day! No, who am I kidding? It isn’t. The Justice League International of the 80s was a large, sprawling, veritable “who’s who” of DC lesser-knowns. This incarnation doesn’t come close: No Martian Manhunter, Captain Atom, Blue Beetle, Power Girl, Captain Marvel, Elongated Man or Mister Miracle here. Fire, Ice, Booster Gold and Guy Gardner are the only remnants of the previous team that feature here (not counting Batman, he’s not a member. And Red [...]

  • Sam Quixote

    Dan Jurgens killed Superman in the 90s and he's returned to finish the job! In fear, DC threw Green Arrow to Jurgens as sacrifice whom he dutifully brought down, giving Volume 1 of the GA reboot "The Midas Touch" Jurgen's touch of death. Unsatiated and hungering for more comic book blood, he turned his attention to "Justice League International" featuring as leader Booster Gold, a character he created, and, with self-destructive gusto, managed to get JLI cancelled after just one story arc. That' [...]

  • Gavin

    This reminded me of the JLE I used to read in the early 90s as a kid. That's fun nostalgia wise, but also kind of damning-praise. It means it hasn't done much to grow.I didn't connect that this was written by Dan Jurgens, who wrote the New 52 Green Arrow, which I didn't really like much at all.I did like: Batman trying to support Booster Gold, and being on the team because he didn't trust the UN.Booster Gold in general getting a chance to do something.The throwback of having Fire, Ice, Rocket Re [...]

  • William Thomas

    Justice League International was the Nu 52 book I was most excited to read, because I like DC's misfits in a group more than their powerhouses. Unfortunately, Dan Jurgens turned out to be the writer and continued his trend of scripting completely forgettable, if not downright awful, books. Which is sad, because this series has already been canceled. And we know now that these characters won't show back up in any meaningful way after this series. I was glad to see Booster Gold, Fire, Ice and Guy [...]

  • Evan Leach

    This book collects the first six issues of Justice League International. The United Nations decides it would be useful to have a team of superhumans on their side. Unfortunately for the U.N all of the A-listers were taken. Ultimately the motley crew willing and able to defend the U.N. banner consists of Booster Gold, Guy Gardner, Fire, Ice, Vixen, Godiva, Rocket Red, and ‘August General in Iron’.If you don’t know who most of these characters are, you and I have something in common. I came [...]

  • Chris Lemmerman

    One of the only New 52 titles that I tried but dropped after one issue, JLI is much more impressive than its first issue would have you think. The team are very individual, and whilst not every character gets time to shine (Fire and Vixen do very little), writer Dan Jurgens sets them all apart and makes them a compelling set of protagonists. The plotline is a lot more far reaching than I'd anticipated, with the fate of the world at stake, and an interesting subplot about the lack of faith the wo [...]

  • Mark

    3.5 starsCollects Justice League International (New 52) #1-6After all of the panning that this got from "Goodreaders", I was surprised to find that I actually enjoyed this title quite a bit. This book felt like a return to the Bronze Age (i.e before the modern age of comics where superhero stories became so dark and serious, that is, roughly before The Watchmen and The Dark Knight Returns debuted in 1985). We have a team of brightly-costumed superheroes that must work together -- and often have [...]

  • Connor

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths.Okay, every New 52 superhero team in the DCU (Other than the Justice League) seems to be all about how to protect the world from people like Superman, Wonder Woman, and all the rest. Everyone is obsessed with the Justice League turning evil.Yeah, I think we’ve read about an evil Justice League before.Anyway, the JLI is that same old deal again, but with a small twist.Here the United Nations demands protection from the Justice League if (when) those guys ever [...]

  • Jbainnz

    I have learnt to not judge a book based on reviews on Good Reads, cause most of the time I find myself disagreeing with them anyway. I thought I would give this title a go and I'm glad I did. I won't spin lies and say this was a ground breaking read, but it is definitely worth a read if your into team books full of fun and action. The UN decide to put together a team of metas because the Justice League are an independent organisation and can't be controlled. So they get together a team of mostly [...]

  • Jake

    This was great! I don't know why DC decided to cancel this series! From what I've heard, it was doing pretty well in sales, and for good reason!Booster Gold is one of my favorite DC characters, and it's great to see him leading a team. It's even greater to see that he leads the team well. Rocket Red is a fun character and I like his pseudo-rivalry with August General in Iron. Speaking of the General, I didn't really like him in "52", but this book made me really like him; he's one of my favorite [...]

  • orton41290

    The real Justice League answers to no man, certainly not any government. Justice League International is the UN's version that will do their bidding, at least that is what Andre Briggs (head of UN intelligence) is hoping. His goal is to recruit superheros, who don't keep their identities secret, that will answer to the UN. We open with Briggs pitching his idea to the UN and naming a few prospective members. We end up with a group of heroes that I was largely unfamiliar with. I know Guy Gardner, [...]

  • Cia

    Surprised to say that I kinda enjoyed this. Read it for reading group and went in with expectations, really, given how hit and miss N52 has been. Buuut, the plot wasn't too bad, the artwork's pretty goodI just wasn't impressed with the character choices and their subsequent portrayals. Whilst Godiva and Ice got a bit of dialogue each, it was ultimately through a male gaze or just basically in relation to the male characters. Ice is more than Guy's ex-she's ICE ffs!- and Godiva just seemed to be [...]

  • Kyle

    A very average, very conventional comic book. Dull, in fact.Jurgens' dialogue seems juvenile, with zero subtext and everything stated outright. Basically the characters explain what they are going to do as they do it. But isn't that what artwork is supposed to accomplish?The story is over the top. Would have been better if it would have focused on more Earthly matters, like combatting terrorism, or confronting the angry media and public. Instead we get some half-explained, random, alien-invasion [...]

  • Jessie

    Ugh. It should be interesting, a team of international, lesser-known heroes. Unfortunately, when your powers just suck, you can't be that interesting. I mean reallyhair? Another mouthy Green Lantern? And I can buy the political angle, but do I seriously think that the real Justice League wouldn't be available for such a world threat? Not a chance. Villain was sort of interesting, just not enough to bring up the rest of the read. And the art wasn't bad. Other than these two factors, the only thin [...]

  • Alan

    Up front the worse thing I'll say about writer Dan Jurgens is that he is a solid storyteller. I viewed this six issues collected here a setup for the ongoing series (which ended up being cancelled six issues later). As expected Jurgens handles his own creation Booster Gold well, but he also, within the space permitted, gives some added character to Rocket Red and Godiva (or more so than we've seen in the past).The idea of the U.N. having its own super team isn't a new one, and it would have been [...]

  • Arturo

    I hate to give another Jurgens book 2 stars, since I grew up reading so many of his Superman comics, but he does not adapt. Still very much like the 90's, and too bland. Not all. that bad, but still very skippable. He did do a good job in the Booster Gold series. Speaking of that, I liked how it showed that Batman had respect for Booster Gold, (probably cuz of what happened in that series) and August General in (of?) Iron came off pretty cool. Maybe another Booster Gold series by him I'd check o [...]

  • Gary Butler

    7th book read in 2014. Number 165 out of 351 on my all time book list.Follow the link below to see my video review:youtube/watch?v=GzyVT

  • Joe

    Good, very good.I am happy with this JLI.Funny but not cartoony.Interesting seeing them as strangers to each other.

  • John Yelverton

    It's the Justice League: International with none of the panache and zeal of the original incarnation.

  • C.

    JUSTICE LEAGUE INTERNATIONAL was one of the New 52 books I picked up only out of curiosity, but with no real intention of continuing with it. I had read the title in the 1980s and 90s and, toward the end of my time with it, had grown weary of the title and its comic tone. I know they’re “comic” books, but JUSTICE LEAGUE INTERNATIONAL (which became JUSTICE LEAGUE AMERICA when the spin-off title JUSTICE LEAGUE EUROPE premiered) began to feel too comicky for me. Too much focus on humor and no [...]

  • Dani Pohl

    I'm changing how I rate things a little because I'm tired of giving everything I read 5 stars.This book was okay, it wasn't great but it wasn't terrible. I probably would have liked it better but Booster Gold is kind of annoying. I don't know I just think he's a little extra.

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  • David Wickham

    it turned out to be much better than I thought it would be

  • Fizzgig76

    Reprints Justice League International (3) #1-6 (November 2011-April 2012). The world needs heroes and certain agencies think that the Justice League just can’t cut it alone. The solution: Justice League International!!! Under the leadership of Booster Gold, the JLI is facing an immediate danger of robots who have appeared around the worldwith an unknown agenda! Earth is in danger and the JLI may be just what it needs…or it could destroy it.Written by Dan Jurgens, Justice League International [...]

  • Ottery StCatchpole

    What can I say. The new 52 has surprised me a lot. Not only are some of the books I initially dismissed a lot better than I thought, a lot of books I did start following were total tanks. There's a lesson there about not trusting your eyes but actually trying things . . .but I don't have the money possible to buy all the comics that look even remotely interesting.That said, Justice League International was written by Dan Jurgens, and he's an accomplished artist and author, the creator of Booster [...]

  • James Dunphy

    Unlike most DC related B-teams, I actually remember the old incarnation of the Justice League International. It was always my gateway to some of the weird DC names along side the JSA. When I saw it on the list of New 52 reboot titles I got excited to see what new international team ups DC could have waiting for us.Sadly the team we were given isn't nearly as unique or well put together as I had hoped for. Booster Gold as the public U.N sponsored team leader makes sense, but why Guy Gardner? Isn' [...]

  • DerekB

    Dan Jurgens' Justice League International is just about the most vanilla superhero story possible. Everything about it feels so perfunctory and under-developed, from the line-up of this team (just because they were a team in the past doesn't mean you can skip real character development & dynamics) to the "end of the world" plot. His final issue is a bit of a step-up in terms of plotting, because he at least tries to get some character development moving (albeit on Godiva, the least interesti [...]

  • Kevin

    Booster Gold, Guy Gardner, August General in Iron, Fire, Ice, Godiva, Vixen and Red Rocket are the United Nations sponsored team the Justice League International. With their Justice League liaison Batman they go off to find some missing researchers as their first assignment. THey end up discovering a cosmic force that could wipe out the planet.The first volume does a nice job of giving us an impression of pretty much everyone on the team with the possible exception of Vixen who didn't seem to ge [...]

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