Justice League Vol. 1: The Extinction Machines (rebirth) by Bryan HitchJustice League Vol. 1: The Extinction Machines (rebirth) by Bryan Hitch

Justice League Vol. 1: The Extinction Machines (rebirth)

byBryan HitchIllustratorTony S. Daniel

Paperback | January 24, 2017

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The World's Greatest Superheroes begin anew in JUSTICE LEAGUE VOL. 1: THE EXTINCTION MACHINES, as a part of the critically acclaimed, best-selling, all-new line of volume one graphic novels, DC Universe Rebirth!
 
Superman has fallen. The Man of Steel died protecting his adopted home, leaving his allies in the Justice League to fight on without him—and leaving the older, wiser Superman of a vanished universe to pick up the torch.
 
But to Batman, Wonder Woman and the rest of the League, this new “Superman” is a stranger. And just like Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz, the rookie Green Lanterns left by Hal Jordan to guard the globe in his absence, the replacement Superman has a lot to prove.
 
He’d better do it quickly. Because a godlike threat unlike any the League has ever fought is coming. Vast engines of destruction are about to be unleashed, remaking the planet’s surface and forging its people into living weapons.
 
They are the extinction machines. And it will take every member of the Justice League to shut them down…
 
Comics superstars Bryan Hitch (JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA) and Tony S. Daniel (SUPERMAN/WONDER WOMAN) join forces to launch a bold new era for comics’ greatest superhero team in JUSTICE LEAGUE VOL. 1: THE EXTINCTION MACHINES—exploding from the blockbuster DC Universe Rebirth event! Collects JUSTICE LEAGUE #1-5 as well as the JUSTICE LEAGUE: REBIRTH one-shot.
Bryan Hitch is a comic book artist and writer, best known for his time at both DC Comics and Marvel. Hitch's widescreen action panels and dynamic action sequences have made him one of the most sought-after artists in the industry. In his career, he's worked with some of the most renowned writers in the industry on several groundbreakin...
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Title:Justice League Vol. 1: The Extinction Machines (rebirth)Format:PaperbackDimensions:168 pages, 10.18 × 6.67 × 0.23 inPublished:January 24, 2017Publisher:DC ComicsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1401267793

ISBN - 13:9781401267797

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Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fun Read! I had fun reading this book, although I feel like I've read similar Justice League stories before. The art is great throughout.
Date published: 2018-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of my Favourites... Great story and amazing art. Five Stars!
Date published: 2017-12-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pretty good Love the art, the story is a little underwhelming but still decent.
Date published: 2017-11-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from ... just plain bad. nothing of relevance here. huge drop for New 52
Date published: 2017-09-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Not as good as the New 52 JL but a good start with some very nice art.
Date published: 2017-09-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Strong Start I was glad they didn't spend too much time dwelling on the old Superman coming out of hiding. Decent foe and great artwork make for a good read. Already picked up volume 2!
Date published: 2017-05-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good Pretty good start, looks great but not as good as new 52 JL.
Date published: 2017-03-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from New 52 justice league was better then rebirth Justice league I got this about a week or two ago and after reading it multiple times I have to admit this isn't as good as the New 52 run. I was hoping more to see the reaction of the league getting help from a completely new superman but they kind of acted as if they have always worked with them. The art I like a lot but the story was forgettable. I'll be comparing it to Justice league vol 1: origin (New 52) story wise because you can't compete with Jim Lee art. If you are new to the DC universe and want to jump on Justice league then start with New 52 run with Geoff johns because if you try joining now you'll have a lot of questions like What happen to the New 52 Superman? or Who are the two new green lanterns on the team and why isn't Hal Jordan on the team? You won't know unless you read Geoff Johns (You won't know much about Simon Baz but who cares) It's okay if your a fan of DC and know a lot but if your new then start with Geoff johns run.
Date published: 2017-02-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Just What Did They Mean By "The Forever Crisis"???? Firstly, artistically ..... very well done by Bryan Hitch & Tony Daniel! The focal point is on Superman ..... the aftermath of the New 52 Superman's death & the re-introduction of the Pre-Flashpoint Superman as the premier DC Super-Hero. It is great to see the reaction of some of the Leaguers regarding Superman ..... Wonder Woman feeling of sadness & anger as the face of the older wiser Superman reminds her of her lost lover while Batman copes with missing his best friend by being overtly distrustful with this Superman. The scenes with Superman & his family were also welcome. However, the primary story was very slow & could have been done in three chapters rather than five. I do understand the Hitch wanted to have each member to the new team have their spotlight but not at the expense of the action. This is one of the downsides to a decompression storytelling ..... sometimes it works & sometimes it doesn't. It didn't work for this volume. However, the biggest unexpected surprise that I got from this volume was the phrase .... The Forever Crisis! Anything with the word "Crisis" means a big event is on the horizon. Could this Justice League volume be the beginnings of DC's next mega event called The Forever Crisis????? A lot of speculation on my part but enough for me to pick up the second volume.
Date published: 2017-01-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Did we really need ANOTHER relaunch of DC? Whether or not we did, this is a solid comic with your favourite JL characters. Just wish DC didn't do this to us every few years!
Date published: 2017-01-02

Editorial Reviews

“Every bit as epic and massive in scope as one would expect from DC's premiere superhero team”—IGN
 
“JUSTICE LEAGUE delivers on its promises, and it’s a strong sign of what’s to come.”—Comic Book Resources
 
“Bryan Hitch knows how to deliver on action.”—Newsarama