Justice League United, Vol. 2: The Infinitus Saga

Justice League United Vol The Infinitus Saga Visionary writer Jeff Lemire GREEN ARROW ANIMAL MAN and artist Neil Edwards FOREVER EVIL A R G U S bring together two teams of heroes from across centuries Martian Manhunter Green Arrow Supergirl

  • Title: Justice League United, Vol. 2: The Infinitus Saga
  • Author: Jeff Lemire Neil Edwards
  • ISBN: 9781401257668
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Visionary writer Jeff Lemire GREEN ARROW, ANIMAL MAN and artist Neil Edwards FOREVER EVIL A.R.G.U.S bring together two teams of heroes from across centuries Martian Manhunter, Green Arrow, Supergirl, Animal Man, Stargirl, Equinox, and Alanna and Alan Strange together they are the Justice League United.They ve barely been together long enough to consider themselves aVisionary writer Jeff Lemire GREEN ARROW, ANIMAL MAN and artist Neil Edwards FOREVER EVIL A.R.G.U.S bring together two teams of heroes from across centuries Martian Manhunter, Green Arrow, Supergirl, Animal Man, Stargirl, Equinox, and Alanna and Alan Strange together they are the Justice League United.They ve barely been together long enough to consider themselves a team, and already they re faced with a threat that could destroy all of space and time A group of time traveling crusaders called the Legion of Super Heroes has suddenly appeared on the JLU s doorstep with a dire warning Ultra, the multi alien hybrid the team just rescued from the mad Thanagarian shape shifter, Lord Byth, has a future of doom and destruction ahead of him The Legion has come back to stop young Ultra before he ever gets a chance to become Infinitus, annihilator of worlds Though this devastation won t happen until the 31st century, the Legion believes they can prevent it in the present day Little do they know that their presence out of time will only accelerate the course of events and that fits perfectly into Byth s master plan Collects JUSTICE LEAGUE UNITED 7 10, JUSTICE LEAGUE UNITED ANNUAL 1, JUSTICE LEAGUE UNITED FUTURES END 1 and JUSTICE LEAGUE FUTURES END 1.

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      Jeff Lemire is an award winning Canadian cartoonist, and the author of the Essex County Trilogy, Sweet Tooth and The Nobody Lemire is known for a his moody, humanistic stories and sketchy, cinematic, black and white art.



    321 thoughts on “Justice League United, Vol. 2: The Infinitus Saga

    • I think that, by bringing in the Legion of Superheroes, a little more heft has been added to this title. Whenever the LOS gets involved, you know that the consequences could be universal and long-lasting; so, in this volume of JLU, the stakes became higher and this DCU b-list team was up against something that actually tested their mettle.The only thing is. as a big LOS fan, I can't seem to place when in their timeline this story would have taken place. It's after the Brainiac/Supergirl relation [...]


    • Gobbledygook Mumbo jumbo Mumbo jumbo blab blab babble babble babble.*This review makes more sense than the plot.


    • Ich hatte mir nach dem ersten Band mehr erhofft und wurde nicht nur enttäuscht, sondern war zeitweise sogar leicht gekränkt. Die Zeichnungen waren mir diesmal etwas zu sexistisch/porno was die weiblichen Figuren anging während alles andere überschön und detailreich war. Was die diversen Geschichten angeht, wenn sie nicht gerade überflüssig wie die Indianer Geschichte waren, dann waren sie einfach nur einfältig. Die ewige Frage ob man zurückgehen sollte (wenn man es denn könnte) um Hitl [...]


    • The 'Futures End' chapter at the beginning threw me off at first. I thought I'd somehow missed some tie-in event under another title, which is annoyingly common with DC. But upon closer examination (aka reading every. single. text. bubble. on the first page) I realized my mistake and was happy to find the main story picking up at the conclusion of the Futures End bit. Why the publisher put it at the beginning of the volume instead of the end, I just don't know. Overall, an all right volume, but [...]



    • Future's End. A good Future's End story because it accepts but doesn't obsess on the dark-and-gritty future. Instead, we get an interesting story of the JLA + JLU that hints at possible future events for both teams while also telling an exciting story of a future jailbreak [7/10].Infinitus Cycle. This was why I actually picked up the comic, to see what's going on with the Legion and get some better closure on Legion Lost. Unfortunately, it's got excessive fighting in the nu52 style: the Legion a [...]


    • Considerably more engaging than the first volume, it’s difficult to know if this works because of or in spite of the deluge of characters from the Legion of Superheroes. With so many characters jostling for space on the page, it’s difficult to form an emotional attachment with any of them, although the members of the JLU still dominate. Two quibbles: Brainiac 5 is irritating and condescending, and the costumes for Supergirl and Dream Girl show extraordinary amounts of leg and, lets be honest [...]


    • Man, Those Legion of Superheroes time travel stories can really be far out, can't they? Not only are they are far out, but they are super epic. Let me see if I can make a metaphor here. When you never read a comic, but you decide to make a point to see ever Marvel movie, that is like taking the random bong hit at a party. Reading an epic Legion of Superheroes story is like Injecting Meth into that vein in your toe. you really have to be a Huge Comic book dork to keep with an epic legion event. A [...]


    • Always fun to see any iteration of the Legion of Super-Heroes in action these days, and always fun to see them interact with any iteration of the Justice League. The story felt a little convoluted to me (especially the whole "kill Hawkman, oh wait he's not really dead, because we're going to kill him again in his own miniseries a year from now" aspect (ain't hind-sight grand?)). But art is over-all excellent, and I like Lemire's characterizations of the Leaguers for the most part.




    • Still a pretty fun Justice League, so it's a bit sad it was so short-lived. The inclusion of the Legion of Super-Heroes was very welcome, especially since this Legion was a mix of classic and less-classic members. And I still really like Equinox, so I hope her stories continue.


    • Terminally average. It hits all the cliches - teams of super heroes who fight first, then talk before teaming up. McGuffin who will become extremely powerful and destroy the universe unless stopped a millenium earlier. A PROFOUND misunderstanding of how time travel works (if you're able to go 1,000 years in the past, 24 hours in the past doesn't mean the future has moved 24 hours ahead too; you can go back to the exact time you left. Really, it's not that complex). Lots of B and C list character [...]


    • Jeff Lemire is one of the best writers in comics currently. It seems like he can just take any superhero or team and make them important. Justice League United Vol. 1 and 2 are basically the Infinitus Saga. Jeff Lemire does a great job of balancing the time we get to spend with each League member. It should not be hard to get into Green Arrow's head as h e just finished up a stellar run with the character. I agree with what one reviewer said this story was more interesting than some of the event [...]


    • I am the Tin Man when it comes to The Legion of Super-Heroes, as I have no warm nostalgia for them and generally consider them a drag.It's also a drag to see Supergirl's red super-pantaloons depicted from behind, effectively giving her a baboon butt. Or a Legionnaire who flies around in lingerie getting the lone crotch-shot angle out of a crowd of flyers. If the art doesn't show affection for these characters, then neither can I, which is a shame considering the next couple volumes in the series [...]


    • A solid Justice League story but nothing earth shattering. I like the Legion of Super-Heroes but the story would have probably have been better served if he focused on fewer members. It's a lot for a reader to even juggle. I thought the Future's End story was better. It was more tightly focused and featured some of DC's heavyweight villains.


    • This second volume is better than the first, although that's nothing remarkable. Good but not great. The best thing about the volume in my opinion was the appearance by the Legion of Superheroes. The Infinitus saga is a decent effort--there were some moments I really enjoyed as I was reading, although I have to admit none of them stuck with me enough to provide examples right this second.


    • Honestly - it wasn't very good. But I am a HUGE fan of the LSH and it's been since forever since they've appeared. A meager offering is better than none I suppose. And here they are in this rather odd Justice League title. Where's the Brainy/Supergirl lovin'? I think the author must have only a passing knowledge of the Legion. Let's hope the Rebirth Legion strikes gold.


    • I really like the Legion of Superheroes and Animal Man is one of my favorite DC characters, but this volume was sub-par. I've seen so many time travel stories where heroes have to struggle with the kill someone innocent or let them become the ultimate evil. Nothing really new.



    • Try really hard to be a big epic cosmic story which does fine.I love how Green Arrow calls out how man members of the Legion are and the confusion he feelsI totally agree.


    • Granted, there were some weak spots in the storytelling, but this was an excellent graphic novel. This was better than any "event" that DC has done in the past decade, and it wasn't even an event.


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