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Revue de presse

“Writer Geoff Johns and artist Jim Lee toss you--and their heroes--into the action from the very start and don't put on the brakes. DC's über-creative team craft an inviting world for those who are trying out a comic for the first time. Lee's art is stunning.”–USA Today

“Moves forward quickly and gets the reader intrigued from the start.”–YAHOO! Associated Content

“Welcoming to new fans looking to get into superhero comics for the first time and old fans who gave up on the funny-books long ago.... Written by Geoff Johns, with art by the godly Jim Lee, Justice League is a must read.”–Complex Magazine

“Action-packed.”–Christian Science Monitor

“Fantastic.”–News & Sentinel

“Lee exceeded my checklist of expectations in spades. After reading JUSTICE LEAGUE, I want the rest of the universe to have the same feeling of newness.”–Ain’t It Cool News

“A great book.”–Ain’t It Cool News, Five Star Review

“A fun ride.”–IGN

“A good jumping-on point for new customers.”–Paste Magazine

“I don't care that he doesn't have red trunks, and I don't care that his suit has a few pointless lines on it to make it look sort of armorish instead of tightsy. I don't even care that there's no spitcurl, but just an approximation of one. He's still Superman and he's still great.” –CraveOnline

“Geoff Johns and Jim Lee] have breathed new life into the Justice League and it’s already got me begging for more.”–BigShinyRobot.com

“Vivid, heroic art by Lee.”–Comics Beat

“A new or returning reader could hardly ask for a more approachable entry point.”–iFanboy

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A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

As a part of the monumental DC Comics—The New 52 event, comics superstars Geoff Johns and Jim Lee bring you an all-new origin story for the Justice League!

In a world where inexperienced superheroes operate under a cloud of suspicion from the public, loner vigilante Batman has stumbled upon a dark evil that threatens to destroy the earth as we know it. Now, faced with a threat far beyond anything he can handle on his own, the Dark Knight must trust an alien, a scarlet speedster, an accidental teenage hero, a space cop, an Amazon Princess and an undersea monarch. Will this combination of Superman, The Flash, Cyborg, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman and Aquaman be able to put aside their differences and come together to save the world? Or will they destroy each other first?

In one of the most game-changing titles in comic industry history, Geoff Johns and Jim Lee re-imagine the classic heroes of the DC Universe for the 21st century. This volume collects issues #1-6 of Justice League, part of the DC Comics—The New 52 event.

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Ce comics est vraiment génial : je l'ai beaucoup relu et je ne m'en lasse pas. Les héros se rencontrent pour la première fois dans l'univers New 52 laissant place à une histoire dynamique et intéressante. Je le recommande fortement pour n'importe qui souhaitant lire un bon comics sans avoir à acheter 9 tomes avant.
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Ce tome regroupe les épisodes 1 à 6 de la série, parus en 2011. Cette histoire se déroule après la clôture de la précédente version de l'univers partagé de DC, suite aux événements de Flashpoint. Il s'agit du début de la Justice League, version 2011. Aucune connaissance préalable n'est requise pour comprendre ce qui se passe. Qui plus est, Geoff Johns (le scénariste) a indiqué que cette série (Justice League) est à la fois le point de départ et la pierre angulaire du nouvel univers partagé DC.

Le récit se déroule il y a 5 ans (par rapport à l'époque "actuelle" de la remise à zéro de l'univers partagé DC). Batman poursuit une créature extraterrestre sur les toits de Gotham. Les hélicoptères de la police suivent la scène en hauteur et somment le poursuivi et le poursuivant de se rendre. Puis ils ouvrent le feu sur les 2. Tout d'un coup surgit un gugusse très sûr de lui vêtu d'une tenue vert brillante, avec un anneau de pouvoir et une tendance marquée à la fanfaronnade : Green Lantern (Hal Jordan). Une fois que Batman a réussi à le calmer, Green Lantern accepte de l'aider et ils découvrent que la créature a installé un dispositif technologique dans les égouts, qui émet un son "ping" de manière chronique. Du fait du caractère extraterrestre de l'engin, Batman et Green Lantern décident d'aller demander des explications à Superman, à Metropolis.
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This book is a great beginning for the fans and the others. II found the pictures were very good quality.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 An exciting start to a new universe 21 mars 2015
Par Brandon - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The New 52 is well known (or I hope so at this point) as a reboot and a renumbering of the DC universe. It was intended to draw in new readers and invite old readers back. I for one absolutely love the new universe. It is accessible to everyone regardless which issue or volume you pick up (though it is advised that you follow some of the early issues). Justice League was among the first to introduce this new universe. Written by Geoff Johns with art by Jim Lee, Justice League is a entertaining journey chronicling the conception of the team of superheroes. I haven't really read anything by Geoff Johns before this (I know I've probably sinned) but he is a very good writer, I have heard nothing but praise from his Green Lantern run. His story is masterfully brought to life by Jim Lee, I've always loved his art since Batman: Hush which is still one of my favorite Batman stories ever. The interaction among these characters is written beautifully with some characters taking sides with others in the midst of arguments or confrontations. Johns really shows that these people really shouldn't be together (in a fashion similar to the Avengers) but they ultimately have to put their petty differences aside and join together to face this overwhelming foe. We are all familiar with Batman and the heavy hitters of the Justice League but Johns introduces a character that for the most part is affiliated with sidekicks such as (Teen Titans) I am of course referring to Cyborg. Victor Stone is a great character surprisingly, but he doesn't have enough time to really grow on you as he should. One second he is having problems with his father, surprisingly good scenes but they are short-lived as the next second he is making his transformation into Cyborg. But he is definitely one of the defining moments of the story, he escalated quickly in my eyes as (to me) he is always a B or C list superhero. He can definitely run with the big dogs now. Now the book does have it's problems as many will point out as well. The overwhelming problem to me is the villain Darkseid...this character is the epitome of evil in the DC universe. He is hands down my favorite villain in the entire DC universe and I absolutely love the Joker, so that says something about Darkseid! He is presented her as a brute...he has less than ten lines of dialogue in the entire book. His motive is extremely questionable as to why he would even invade the earth in the first place. It seems out of character when it is hinted at. I felt horrible just seeing as how my favorite villain was just a cheap knock off. I hope and pray that DC doesn't try to replicate this as their film interpretation of the Justice League because I will literally not watch as Darkseid is just thrown out there as an undeveloped character and just serves to bring the Justice League together and then he goes away. His action scenes are beautiful but his characterization is sloppy at best. Though I spoke highly of the interaction between characters the moments that really annoyed me real fast was the Green Lantern/Batman moments. I know Geoff Johns wrote a fantastic run on Green Lantern, so granted he knows this character but Lantern seemed to take the place of the wisecracking Flash. He relentlessly teases Batman for not having any superpowers, I being a Batman fan laughed maybe the first time, but then it continued to happen and it really lost it's charm. Though it leads to a very interesting payoff of somewhat mutual respect between Lantern and Batman I just grew bored of it. Of course as I mentioned before I am an immense Batman fan so there may be some bias here. Overall I enjoyed the book, the problems I noted could have been solved (in my opinion) in a larger graphic novel similar to the Ultimates, something that gives the writer time to flesh out these characters even more, establish relationships and create an interesting and complex villains. But it still wasn't a bad start to the New 52.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Epic! 16 janvier 2016
Par Bobby Sprinkles - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Awesome! Re-imagining how the Justice League became the Justice League, this story hits the ground running and doesn't slow down! It's a fast paced, action packed book with some of the most epic art work I've ever seen (by Jim Lee). It's a great start to a promising series.

As a Batman fan, I especially enjoyed Batman's journey as he struggles to solidify his place as a normal guy with no real superpowers fighting along side dudes like Superman and the Flash. He is constantly underestimated and belittled by the team but at the end of the day Batman always confirms his ability to be a total bad@$$ and proves he can play hardball with the big boys.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 You gotta read this! 25 mai 2016
Par Shawn Larrivee - Publié sur Amazon.com
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One word comes to mind after reading this comic: amazing.

This origin seemed like a Green Lantern centered start. He had the most dialogue and seemed the most troubled throughout. Always taking on the tasks others weren't diving head first into. His constant jabs at Batman for being a "superpower-less superhero" which were hilarious at times, were always a great form of entertaining comedic relief . Batman's suit artwork was incredible, and it's the most aesthetic I've seen in all the comics I've read with him in them. The overall artwork and colors are very bright and intriguing and it leaves you with a "happy and uplifted" feeling which New 52 isn't known to do. I don't know a whole lot about Aquaman, Wonder Woman, and Cyborg, but they definitely did not skimp out on letting us know what their powers were, and I loved learning Cyborg's backstory and how he came to be.

Very wonderful origin story for Justice League and having them face one of the comic universes most strongest villains to start out with let's me know these authors aren't messing around with getting down to business with this arc. I can't wait to dive into volume 2, which is right next to me as I type this. See you guys on its review. Until then, enjoy volume 1.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 I didn't think I was going to love the New 52 but this truly blew me away 22 janvier 2015
Par Victor Orozco - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Glorious!!! I didn't think I was going to love the New 52 but this truly blew me away.

Given its timing I can't help but wonder who stole from who? DC from the Avengers movie being released the next year or Marvel stealing from DC's Justice League Origin.

Great way to bring all the characters in a dire situation and turn what was once fear in to admiration by the people. Darkseid was fiercer than ever. Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman and Green Lantern were great. Flash stood out and was pretty cool but not as commanding. Aquaman was great but it seemed he was brought in almost in the nick of time. I do find it a bit odd that Cyborg is in the League and not someone more renown like Hawkman/Hawkgirl or Martian Manhunter. My guess with the technological prowess and power they could find no one else to fit the bill but Cyborg. Still it worked.

Interesting mention by Darkseid in the finale as well as the whole epilogue concerning Pandora and the Phantom Stranger. Feels alot like a movie credit scene like the Marvel films.

Speaking of films, this is what this story felt like. One awesome movie in the making. A
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Didn't need a reboot, but at least it was good! 10 avril 2013
Par J. Capp - Publié sur Amazon.com
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DC could have freshened up the DC universe without messing with continuity so much, in my humble opinion.

That being said I wanted not to like this... but I couldn't. Jim Lee's art was sensational(like always!)! Also Geoff Johns did a good job weaving in 7 heroes joining together nicely, if a bit rushed, but it is understandable with how much he had to fit it. The banter between the heroes was spot on, except for Batman! Johns view of Batman is more of a highly intelligent, wise, leader as apposed to the more sullen roguish Dark knight. He portrayed him the same way when Batman was in some of Johns "The Flash" about 5 years back. I guess everyone has different takes on different characters.

Also I was surprised at the lack of focus Johns put on the villain of the story, which was Darkseid. Johns has a reputation of putting you in the mind of his villains, which can add so much to the story! I won't hold that against him in this collection since he had a lot to do (re)introducing 7 heroes.

If DC was going to hit the reset button on us with the Justice league, they were very wise to have Johns/Lee/Williams do it! I would give the story a 4 and the art a 5. Since there isn't a 4.5 I can choose I'll round this up to a 5!
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