Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Strange, treacherous forces are coming for the DC Universe, and only the Justice League is capable of stopping them. The question is though, what happens when there is no Justice League to save said universe? JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE #1 is an epic start to an exciting new series from writers Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, and Joshua Williamson. With an awesome cast of characters and an engaging narrative, this first installment of the four-issue miniseries is one you definitely don’t want to miss! Warning, potential spoilers can be found below! JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE #1 page 3. Image courtesy of DC Entertainment. The Arrival of The Omega Titans JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE #1 kicks off in full chaos mode. The Green Lantern Corps have assembled against a mysterious, galactic threat out in space. Meanwhile, on Earth, Brainiac has kidnapped the Justice League as well as members of both the Teen Titans and the Suicide Squad! In an interesting twist, Brainiac vows, while bound by Wonder Woman’s Lass of Truth, that his kidnapping of some of DC’s most iconic heroes isn’t malicious. Rather, he’s attempting to gather them all in order to defeat the Omega Titans. Said Titans are powerful entities of the universe that exist as four elements: Entropy, Wisdom, Wonder, and Mystery. Each and every one of those entities are on their way to consume the universe, and there’s no way to defeat them. Well, there might be one way. Is JUSTICE LEAGUE: MORTAL Better Than JUSTICE LEAGUE (2017)? Brainiac has gathered all of the universe’s greatest heroes and assembled them into four distinct teams based on an algorithm he devised that matches each team up with an Omega Titan they might be capable of defeating. Unfortunately, however, Brainiac has also recruited some of the universe’s most notorious villains. So, unsurprisingly, some disputes ensue, leaving the entire assembly of heroes and villains in complete disarray. Also, if that wasn’t enough of a conflict, throughout the issue, Amanda Waller is attempting hack into Brainiac’s mind and shut him down. So, upon the final pages of JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE, she does just that, leaving Brainiac’s fate ambiguous. The Verdict JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE #1 is a solid start to the four-issue miniseries. The issue immediately jumps into the overarching narrative without feeling rushed. Perhaps the stand-out aspect of the overall piece is Brainiac’s characterization. He’s the center of this issue and carries it exceptionally well. Additionally, his description of the Omega Titans is instantly iconic. These new villains are presented as entities of power and chaos. Yet, there’s still an overarching mystery to them and their objectives that makes them even more terrifying. Finally, having the heroes and their biggest enemies assembled together on the same side is incredibly entertaining. Facing the end of the universe, it will be interesting to see how foes will be made into allies in the midst of battle. That is, assuming the two sides won’t ultimately be unable to fight alongside each other. So, overall, JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE #1 is dynamic from start to finish and will grip readers with its surprises and a well-developed ensemble of characters. JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE #1 page 4. Image courtesy of DC Entertainment. The Many Hues of JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE #1 The best artistic aspect of JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE #1 is the coloring from Hi-Fi. The opening sequence alone showcases a great depth through the depiction of the entirety of the Green Lantern Corps in the vastness of space. Now, said depth is accomplished through Hi-Fi’s wonderful balance of colors that persists throughout the issue. Another sequence worth noting is the initial fight sequence between the Justice League and Brainiac. Time Travel Shenanigans in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #27 It’s turbulent, but Hi-Fi expertly juxtaposes vibrant hues with the dark context of the sequence’s narrative. However, the artwork does have some faults. At times, the character depictions come across as inconsistent, specifically in illustrations of Superman. Despite those flaws, however, JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE #1 still presents its narrative through some energetic artwork that persists throughout.What Lies Beyond The universe is on the brink of destruction, and it has been placed under the protection of heroes and villains alike. The notorious villain, Brainiac, stands tall amongst the universe as he devises a scheme to save it. Yet will his plan succeed? JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE #1 serves as the introduction to an epic new story that raises the stakes for our favorite heroes and villains. So, if the first installment already has you hooked, stay tuned for what lies ahead! JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE #1 by Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, Joshua Williamson, Francis Manapul, & Hi-Fi Art Characterization Plot Summary JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE #1 serves as an electrifying start to a story abundant with potential in its innovative narrative and vibrant imagery. 87 % An epic introduction User Rating 0 Be the first one !