Justice League #37 (Comic, Review): Tipstor® Pick

The opening battle is filled with characters and the fights are brutal and well done. I’ve gone back through this issue multiple times and continue to be awed by the visuals and how they complement the tone of the story.

  • Writer: Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV
  • Artist: Jorge Jimenez
  • Publisher: DC Comics

Summary: “Justice/Doom War” part eight! The Justice League is making their final push against Perpetua, but some players they previously counted as allies may have been working for the other side the whole time! Who among Perpetua’s children will betray them and join Lex Luthor’s war on justice?

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Justice League #37 continues to redefine the limits of the comic medium, as well as serve as a reminder of why superhero stories have endured for as long as they have. With only two issues left in this run, we are eager to see how Snyder, Jimenez, and Sanchez top it all off. Jorge Jimenez’s art is fantastic. Every panel is page is brilliantly drawn and detailed. The characters look amazing and the action is beautiful to behold. The opening battle is filled with characters and the fights are brutal and well done. We’ve gone back through this issue multiple times and continue to be awed by the visuals and how they complement the tone of the story.

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