Justice League International International

This week on the show: Justice League International, Planet ComiCon, Queen Sonja, and more! Now with 20% more Matthew!

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REVIEWS
Stephen
Queen Sonja #15
(W) Luke Lieberman (A) Mel Rubi (C) Fabiano Neves, Carlos Rafael
One of the defining moments in Sonja’s life comes to its thrilling conclusion! She is forged into the warrior of legend by love, loss, revenge, and pain. There is nothing left to lose, she will walk in the path of the Goddess, but first she will walk knee deep in her enemies blood.

Rating: ★★★★☆

Rodrigo
NONPLAYER #1 (OF 6)
32 PAGES, FC, $2.99
The future kind of sucks, and that goes double for Dana Stevens — she’s stuck in a dead-end tamale delivery job, and she’s way too old to be living with her mom. But in the online fantasy world of Jarvath, she’s an elite warrior. When she slays the wife of celebrity game character King Heremoth, her fame seems all but guaranteed — that is, until the game spins totally out of control.
RETAILER WARNING: MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES

Rating: ★★★☆☆

Matthew
Legion of Super-Heroes #11
Written by PAUL LEVITZ ; Art and cover by YILDIRAY CINAR & WAYNE FAUCHER
A jam-packed extravaganza! Star Boy returns from the 21st century! Sensor Girl searches for Karate Kid! The team trails the escaped Legion of Super-Villains! And Saturn Girl seeks Harmonia Li’s blood-and the reason why will shock you!

Rating: ★★★½☆

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Justice League International Volume 1
JUSTICE LEAGUE INTERNATIONAL Vol. 1 collects the first seven issues of Giffen and DeMatteis’s run.  In these pages, the new, untested team faces off against terrorists holding the United Nations hostage, three otherworldly beings bent on destroying the world’s entire nuclear weaponry, the mystical and frightening Gray Man, and the Royal Flush Gang. Also weaving in and out of the picture is the mysterious Maxwell Lord, who seems to be pulling some serious strings in the shadows

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3 Comments

  1. March 30, 2011 at 2:46 am — Reply

    The episode wasn’t up on iTunes this morning :(
    CET by the way, so I couldn’t listend to it on my way to work…

  2. Brian McQueary
    March 30, 2011 at 12:06 pm — Reply

    Didn’t Jeff Fahey star in “The Lawnmower Man”, not Robert?

  3. Jon
    April 1, 2011 at 11:45 am — Reply

    An interesting connection from the Grey Man in the JLA: a couple years later in The Sandman by Neil Neil Gaiman ( the Seasons of Mist arc/ Sandman #24) when The Lord of Dream comes to own Hell (gifted to him as a curse by Lucifer) Morpheus, who has no wish to rule this troublesome piece of real estate, and quickly discovers that there are numerous entities who want to control Hell or prevent their enemies from controlling it.
    One of the entities who petitions to become the new owner of Hell is Kilderkin of the Lords of Order. He comes in the guise of an empty cardboard box carried by a floating Djinn-like being and offers to trade the collected dreams of the newly dead in return for Hell.

    It is these types of connections between very different series that make me adore Neil Gaiman’s work

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