Colu has been destroyed, the Justice League is stranded and the Omega Titans have arrived on Earth. Welcome to the finale of Justice League No Justice as the events of Dark Nights Metal continue.
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Dark Nights Metal set the stage for Justice League No Justice and issue #4 reminds us of that. Between the opening, where we see the still cracked Source Wall being slowed by the Green Lanterns, to Cyborg blaming Batman for tearing a whole in the Universe. The last 12 months of DC comics have lead to this. The cosmic trees have taken root on Earth, with Entropy growing the biggest and strongest, but it will take the energy of every tree to bring together Brainiac’s plan to finish things off. One thing is for sure, Earth, and the DC Universe, will never be the same again.
iRate Reviews is the show where I go over specific comic books from my pickup that deserve to be talked about and review them in a little bit more depth. This doesn’t mean that they are always good though. Some comics are lessons in what NOT to do.
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