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By Geoff Johns Doug Mahnke Jason Fabok Ivan Reis Scott Kolins Keith Champagne Scott Hanna Christian Alamy | Comments: ( 758 ) | Date: ( Mar 30, 2020 )

Heroes quit, villains join and the Justice League roster you ve never seen before emerges, led by the world s greatest hero Lex Luthor The violent consequences of Forever Evil must be dealt with as a new and deadly force sets its target on the Justice league And with the appearance of the new Power Ring, who knows how her presence will affect the team.Collecting JusHeroes quit, villains join and the Justice League roster you ve never seen before emerges, led by the world s greatest hero Lex Luthor The violent consequences of Forever Evilmust be dealt with as a new and deadly force sets its target on the Justice league And with the appearance of the new Power Ring, who knows how her presence will affect the team.Collecting Justice League 30 39


  • Title: Justice League, Volume 6: Injustice League
  • Author: Geoff Johns Doug Mahnke Jason Fabok Ivan Reis Scott Kolins Keith Champagne Scott Hanna Christian Alamy
  • ISBN: 9781401252366
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Geoff Johns Doug Mahnke Jason Fabok Ivan Reis Scott Kolins Keith Champagne Scott Hanna Christian Alamy

Geoff Johns originally hails from Detroit, Michigan He attended Michigan State University, where he earned a degree in Media Arts and Film He moved to Los Angeles in the late 1990s in search of work within the film industry Through perseverance, Geoff ended up as the assistant to Richard Donner, working on Conspiracy Theory and Lethal Weapon 4 During that time, he also began his comics career writing Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E and JSA co written with David S Goyer for DC Comics He worked with Richard Donner for four years, leaving the company to pursue writing full time.His first comics assignments led to a critically acclaimed five year run on the The Flash Since then, he has quickly become one of the most popular and prolific comics writers today, working on such titles including a highly successful re imagining of Green Lantern, Action Comics co written with Richard Donner , Teen Titans, Justice Society of America, Infinite Crisis and the experimental breakout hit series 52 for DC with Grant Morrison, Greg Rucka and Mark Waid Geoff received the Wizard Fan Award for Breakout Talent of 2002 and Writer of the Year for 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008 as well as the CBG Writer of the Year 2003 thru 2005, 2007 and CBG Best Comic Book Series for JSA 2001 thru 2005 Geoff also developed BLADE THE SERIES with David S Goyer, as well as penned the acclaimed Legion episode of SMALLVILLE He also served as staff writer for the fourth season of ROBOT CHICKEN.Geoff recently became a New York Times Bestselling author with the graphic novel Superman Brainiac with art by Gary Frank.



Comments Justice League, Volume 6: Injustice League

  • Alejandro

    Solid narrative!I got this in its single comic book issues, but I am using this TPB edition to be able of writing a better overall review about the whole story arc.Creative Team:Writer: Geoff JohnsIllustrators: Ivan Reis (chapter one), Doug Mahnke (chapter one to four), Scott Kolins (epilogue) UNCERTAIN NEW WORLDWe need to make a stronger Justice League…The whole planet was in control of the Crime Syndicate, a super-team of villains who where parallel Earth’s counterparts of the Justice Leag [...]


  • Anne

    4.5 starsFuck it. Not everyone is going to agree with me, but I just loved this!I'm sure I'm going to look back and find plot holes, or inconsistencies in the ways characters acted during the story. But my initial impression is that I had a great time reading this sucker. I can tell because I have a giant grin plastered on my face right now. And to me, the most important thing in a comic book is that it makes me smile.Ok. So, let me just hit a few of the plot points for Injustice League. I'm goi [...]


  • Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)

    This is set in the aftermath of discovering that there is a parallel earth where the Justice League is bad. The JL has Superman's arch-nemesis Lex Luthor clamoring to join, and doing good deeds (for his own intentions), and a young woman is claimed by the Dark Green Lantern Power Ring (one that feeds on fear instead of will). The JL steps in to help her before the ring destroys her and those around her, and a virus is released from Lex's lab that causes humans to manifest metahuman power. It als [...]


  • Sam Quixote

    Spoilsies ahead!Remember how the last volume ended? The Justice League were gone, the Crime Syndicate ruled the world, and Cyborg and the Metal Men were about to take the fight to the villains.Cut to the opening of this volume: the Crime Syndicate have been defeated, the Justice League are back, and Lex Luthor is a hero. Wha happen? If you just read this series’ volumes, you wouldn’t know. You have to have read Forever Evil in between Justice League Volumes 5 and 6. I think most readers of J [...]


  • Steve

    4.5 starsThis collection tells the story of Lex Luthor joining the Justice League and the friction that causes between him, Superman, and Bruce Wayne.The art is solid, storytelling is solid, overall a high-quality volume.


  • James DeSantis

    Loved the first half. Second half is okay. So let's discuss what was good and bad. Lex putting himself on the Justice League is gold. He has Batman by the balls, he spits truth at every corner, and the whole team really hates him. It's just such a joy to watch and then see him basically bitch slap them all. Tears of joy throughout my years. So much fun. THen we get to theyou guessed it, zombie like outbreak (Cause we need more zombies right?) everyone but Lex, Superman, and Wonder Women are effe [...]


  • Shannon

    I tend to like the Justice League but the focus on Luthor kind of killed this for me. And why only a short mention of Owlman and Superwoman's baby—that storyline wasn't resolved and honestly I'm wondering if they were forgotten Nevermind, I just spoiled myself because I don't care about them. The answer is here if anyone is curious.This whole volume just felt like an epilogue to Forever Evil with a wacky virus thrown in. And seriously Amazo? And I thought Bizarro was bad 🙄Then finally, s [...]


  • Jesse A

    I wasn't quite as in love with this as some on here. It was ok. Nothing more


  • Chris

    The re-invigorated Justice League series continues with an exciting, ten issue volume. Injustice League contains all the cinematic action you'd expect, but also delivers both strong character moments and some major developments for the League.The titular arc focuses on the fallout from Forever Evil, with Lex Luthor (now a hero to the public) worming his way onto the team. I wrote in my review of DC's villain-centric event that Batman was downplayed a bit too much for the sake of other characters [...]


  • Aaron

    Continuing Geoff Johns's epic Justice League saga, Lex Luthor has just assisted with stopping the Crime Syndicate, the evil JL analogue from Earth-3. With extreme reservations (and shrewd maneuvering on Luthor's part), Lex joins the Justice League. The volume also deals with the League's efforts to help the unwilling new host of the evil Power Ring, and the release of the deadly Amazo virus.This feels like a quintessential Justice League collection, and it was certainly the most fun and satisfyi [...]


  • David Church

    Geoff Johns was born to write Lex Luthor stories, loved this vol of the Justice League!


  • Quentin Wallace

    4.5 StarsThis was a good volume. We had the aftershocks of Forever Evil, which has basically turned Lex Luthor into a hero in the eyes of the public even though I'm sure he's still the same old Lex at heart. There's also the matter of the evil Power Ring floating around looking for a host, and Owlman is still lurking in the shadows as well.In addition to that, a deadly "Amazo" virus developed by Lex Luthor is released by accident, and we end up with a zombie Justice League, at least for the huma [...]


  • Douglas Gibson

    Each volume of Justice League New 52 is better than the next and this one is the best so far! The story picks up after the events of "Forever Evil," with Lex Luthor being hailed as such a hero for his part in defeating the Crime Syndicate, that he lobbies to become a member of the Justice League. What ensues is the pure melodrama that I love that so often accompanies super hero group comics- some members doubt Lex, some believe him, a secret, hidden, crippled sister, , a secret pregnancy, a secr [...]


  • Brian Poole

    The stories in the Injustice League collection do something important for the Justice League series that launched DC’s New 52 era.They make the book interesting.The problem with Justice League over much of the past few years was that it just wasn’t that memorable. The series featured most of DC’s heavy hitter characters. Key writer Geoff Johns helmed it. A-list artists like Jim Lee and Ivan Reis kept the book looking great. But other than the Trinity War and Throne of Atlantis crossovers, [...]


  • Roxanne

    Another solid volume of the justice league, the plot does sound like a cheesy cartoon episode 'lex luthor joins the justice league, whhhhhhaaaaa, and captain cold is his bodyguard, oh boy!' i kinda expected scooby doo style chases but unfortunately there weren't any. Again my bae aquaman just not a look in, he literally says one thing in the entire volume, either use him or lose him cause it's annoying me they have such an amazing character but they have no clue what to do with him, and i know J [...]


  • Robert

    So much to like about this volume that I'll give the, em, "inconsistent" art due to employing a bevvy of very different artists (at least 4 distinct pencillers across 10 issues) a pass and heap the praise on storytelling that ticks all the usual Justice League boxes, with a few pleasant surprises along the way.Key highlight for me? The ongoing power struggle between Bruce Wayne and Lex Luthor after LL figures out he's Batman and confronts him with it in Wayne Manor. The dialogue outright crackle [...]


  • J

    It took me way too long to read this one because of other obligations, so I didn't feel very connected to this one. But it was still great! Fresh ideas all over the place here.


  • Anthony

    This is the strongest volume of Geoff Johns Justice League I've read so far. Especially the second half about the virus which is drawn by Jason Fabok. Really taking a liking to his art.


  • Emmett Spain

    Lex Luthor is working with the Justice League. Of course he is. But before you start screaming "contrivance!" I would say: Of course it's a contrivance! But what matters is does it work?Yes. Yes, it does.Luthor adds some much needed drama into what can, at times, be a staid formula. (Baddie / virus / conspiracy happens. Justice League punches things until it goes away. Lather, rinse, repeat.) Here we get the usual badness to contend with, but having Luthor worm his way into the mix dials everyth [...]


  • David Dalton

    What a finish! Still kicking myself in the rear for missing out on this great series. Playing catch-up thanks to these collections. Getting them in hardback for the most part, so they look good on the shelf as well. Great storyline. I have read Justice League Vols. 1, 6, and 7. I have #8 on order, and I just picked upand , and will follow those two up with . Working my way back. Will probably pick up one or two of the Forever Evil spin-off collections. I am sticking with Justice League with the [...]


  • Logan

    Good! So this Volume of Justice League take place after Forever Evil, and for the most part its very good! So Lex and Captain Cold are both considered heroes after saving the world at the end of Forever Evil, and with that consideration they want in on the Justice League! It was interesting how it was villains playing the part of heroes even though there still evil with hidden agenda's! There was very interesting dynamic between Lex and Batman which is cool! Definitely read Forever Evil before t [...]


  • Ivy

    This is the book I chose for the 2016 popsugar reading challenge. Book I can finish in a day.5 starsInteresting to see Led Luthor on the team. Hope Jessica Cruz will be able to save herself from the power ring. Nice to see all the Justice League members back. The Amazo virus was quite weird. Hope the people that were infected will be able to help the world now. Wonder what will happen next.


  • Aron

    No doubt my favorite Justice League volume so far. Excellent writing & of course great artwork. The addition of Luthor to the League with his yet to be seen ulterior motives was interesting. Flash's ongoing one on one work helping the new Power Ring harness her power & overcome her fear was cool. The outbreak of the Amazo virus, & Luthor's secrets about its history was great too. All 10 issues in this big volume brought something to the table, was highly entertaining! Seriously recom [...]


  • David

    Well, finally! This title has finally hit its stride. This is the best collection yet. There's no shock of the new New 52 weirdness, no cross-over confusion, in this collection you get not one but two pretty much self-contained stories and they're both oodles of fun! Hip-hip-hoo-ray! This has been a long time coming! Finally some easy, fun JLA stories anyone and read and enjoy. What took you so long DC? Please make more like this!


  • Charlotte (Buried in Books)

    I'm still not entirely clear on why Lex Luthor wants to join the Justice League. No-one trusts him. The main part of this entry involves a virus that Luthor designed - it's accidentally released after a failed assassination attempt on Luthor.As with previous volumes there does seem to be a bit of a disconnect between the previous volume and this one. But the overall story is leading up to something big coming (which Luthor keeps alluding to).Wonder Woman and Superman are really the only 2 who do [...]


  • Blindzider

    Two arcs to this, Injustice League and Amazo virus: a conflict brews between Luthor and Wayne, and you can just feel Bruce's shoulders tighten up. This leads to Luthor being inducted into the Justice League?! Hijinks ensue! The second arc with the virus was pretty good, different, not quite as satisfying as it probably should have been. Mahnke's art was all over the place, primarily because of the inkers.


  • Koen

    Straaaange volume Didn't like the first part: the injustice league fights with another team of superheroes to save Jessica a big meh!And what the hell was happening with the art along the way? :/Second part though: like it alright!good story and a.zing art by Fabok!So all in all a likeable one ;)


  • Erica (thebookishblondie)

    3.5 stars


  • Jen

    Good story, Lex is complex and I think this volume really showed that. He's not really trying to be better, but pretending or half-assing for his own benefit. The addition of Owl Man is interesting, I wonder why he wants what he wants?


  • Seba

    This was nice!FRTC


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