Justice League of America Vol. 2: Curse of the Kingbutcher Read Online Free - The unlikeliest League ever continues their adventures in their new best-selling series with JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA VOL. 2, as part of DC Rebirth!
The JLA discovers a super-arms dealer has transformed an entire city into his own massive militia force. And when the team can’t liberate its citizens from the outside, they turn to their own legendary master of mass destruction…Lobo! Will the Czarnian Main Man be enough to lead the team to victory?
Steve Orlando (MIDNIGHTER, SUPERGIRL) and artist Andy MacDonald (TEEN TITANS: EARTH ONE VOL. 2) bring together Batman, Black Canary, the Ray, the Atom, Vixen, Killer Frost and Lobo in what is one of the most offbeat and compelling lineups the Justice League of America has ever seen.
Collects JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #7-13.
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February 21, 2018
I'm tempted to just give this one star for bringing back anything to do with Bloodlines, that horrible crossover running through the annuals in the early 90's. Aliens come to Earth and suck out people's spinal fluid which kills almost everyone, but a few wake up from piles of dead bodies with sup...
November 27, 2017
These are some rather pedestrian stories, not what I'd have expected from the writer of the Midnighter and Midnighter & Apollo books. I still don't know the reason for this team, other than to be a more down-to-earth group as opposed to the "gods" of the regular Justice League. The usual "Bat...
December 12, 2017
I liked the somewhat low-key 'all in a day's work' flavor of this team that is still hammering out the kinks of working together. The three stories presented were, refreshingly, more-or-less localized threats - no global domination plots, or world destruction concerns - but maybe I'm just biased...
December 22, 2017
[Read as single issues]
I'm still waiting for this series to really kick in. The character interaction remains great in this second volume, and the ideas for stories are very interesting. But the execution just seems to fall a little flat.
We open with Terrorstrike, which is a beautifully drawn iss...
January 23, 2018
First half? Mediocre story. Second half? WTF???
Stemming from their mission that everyone deserves a second chance, the JLA encounters Makson, a wildman raised on a hidden island of monsters. He (somehow, unbelievably quickly) remembers English and social customs and is pronounced heir to a fortun...
December 06, 2017
A mich better read as Orlando gets a better hold of these characters. Like the Frost/Atom pairing and how The Ray was handled in the kingbutcher storyline. Not sure why Batman or Lobo would stick around. Maybe it's time for the old orderth change!
November 28, 2017
I never felt like we established characters and the plot was nonsensical. Ray was flying off the handle for no reason, Frost and Atom are out doing their own thing. We have a really interesting bad guy immediately eliminated and replaced with someone far less interesting. The final Kingbutcher an...
January 16, 2018
After reading the fist installment of this new JLA series with this new team Batman assembled, I was interested in what direction the writer would take. I was hoping Batman would play a more integral role in the story as well as be featured more in the action scenes. What I was also hoping for wa...
December 26, 2017
Meh. It is unfortunate that the Justice League books have been subpar since Geoff Johns was writing them. I gave this series a chance because it offered something different from the other Justice League series. Hopefully the Ray Palmer story will be better than this book. I wish Orlando played ar...
December 07, 2017
A volume of one-shots, but none of them is a hit. Plotting, pacing, characterization - something is off in ever issue of the collection. That makes for a slightly better read than a single bad overarching story - you can constantly hope the next one will be better - but it's slim praise to say so...