Justice League (2018-) #32 Review

TitleJustice League (2018-) #32
Publisher: DC
Words: Scott Snyder & James Tynion IV
Art: Howard Porter
Published: September 18, 2019

Publisher’s Summary: “The Justice Doom War” part three! Things are getting dangerous across the time stream. On one side of time, the Justice League team finds heroic purpose; on the other, it’s a future full of chaos and trial. It’s the Totality in action. If they can’t stop Lex’s Legion across all fronts, there may be only one other option: embrace Doom!

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Review

“Your world may have been dark, but deep down you knew your fight was not hopeless. Because the truth is, when we fight for what’s right, we never fight alone. We fight with every soul out there through time who has ever battled, or will battle to make things better.”

It appears as though the tides of the Justice Doom War are turning in the favor of Justice, but our heroes are still out-gunned. Despite having raged on for some time now, it’s clear that the biggest and most intense battles await the Justice League.

This current run of Justice League has kept me rocking on the edge of my seat from just about its first issue, and Justice League (2018-) #32 is no different. With every development made–with every battle won and lost–the series continues to gain momentum. There’s no denying that this issue is well-crafted, being beautiful to look at and thrilling to read, but the main success of this issue is placing heroes,  young and old, alongside one another in the name of Justice. Watching Alan Scott and John Stewart converse while fighting as a team, as brothers in green, made my week.

If you’ve been keeping up with this current run of Justice League, than this issue is a must-read; jumping in here may be difficult, but trust me, it’s worth getting caught up.

Bottom Line

Seeing heroes new and old fight alongside one another in the name of Justice makes this book well-worth the price of admission. Justice League (2018-) #32 is a thrilling, well-crafted book that’s not to be missed.

Justice League (2018-) #32
Justice League (2018-) #32 Review
The Bottom Line
Seeing heroes new and old fight alongside one another in the name of Justice makes this book well-worth the price of admission. Justice League (2018-) #32 is a thrilling, well-crafted book that's not to be missed.
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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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