Justice League (2018-) #21 Review

Title: Justice League (2018-) #21
Publisher: DC
Plot: Scott Snyder & Jorge Jimenez
Words: Scott Snyder
Art: Jorge Jimenez
Color: Alejandro Sanchez
Letters: Tom Napolitano

Published: April 3, 2019

From DC: The Justice League pulls back the curtain on their futures and learns that not everything is what they’ve seen. The team goes to confront the Justice League of Tomorrow for the truth, but can they handle it? Meanwhile, with his powers waning, Superman struggles to remain hopeful on a world with no sunlight.

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While Superman fights for his life in a pocket dimension, the remaining members of the Justice League continue being tantalized with images of a perfect post-war world by their all-powerful, yet-to-be-revealed, host.

Unfortunately, the cover of this issue spoils the big reveal that’s buried in the book’s midsection; regardless, this arc has been moving in a predictable, but exciting, direction since it started. Ever since the team arrived in the Sixth Dimension, there’s been a sneaking suspicion that everything isn’t as kosher as it seems, and here, in Justice League (2018-) #21, the team learns that they are being hosted in a makeshift utopia crafted by none other than the World Forger. (Cue dramatic music)

Things aren’t much better on Earth, but we’ll have to talk about that in next issue’s review, as I want you, dear reader, to experience the situation for yourself first.

Scott Snyder and Jorge Jimenez have plotted a larger-than-life tale that teems with exciting elements; Snyder’s writing is sharp, and Jimenez’ artwork is mind-blowing. What more could one want from a superhero comic?

The Bottom Line

Yet again, Scott Snyder and Jorge Jimenez produce a stunning issue; the third chapter in the “Sixth Dimension” story arc, Justice League (2018-) #21 is one not to miss.

Justice League (2018-) #21
Justice League (2018-) #21 Review
The Bottom Line
Yet again, Scott Snyder and Jorge Jimenez produce a stunning issue; the third chapter in the "Sixth Dimension" story arc, Justice League (2018-) #21 is one not to miss.
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Charlie Chipman
Charlie Chipman
The kind of guy who almost always ends his e-mails with, "Cheers," Charlie serves as Editor-in-Chief here at The Brazen Bull where he often reviews comic books and television shows. His favorite punctuation mark is the interrobang‽

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