Justice League #41 is written by Christopher Priest, with art by Pete Woods, colors by Jeromy Cox, letters by Willie Schu, with the main cover by David Yardin, and a variant cover by J.G. Jones.
Jones’ cover is pinup glory that builds tension with the African backdrop, the Red Hood, and Red Lion. Priest has a way to keep the story grounded and relatable, but also epic. He also tosses in a physics lesson for good measure, giving the super nerds more ammunition for the Green lantern powering debates. Woods’ two-page spread gives a great panning shot of the scale of the Watchtower and devastation it caused.
About the issue:
“JUSTICE LOST” part two! What does justice mean in a lawless world? This is the question the team must struggle with when the League finds itself trapped between warring factions, helpless refugees and mercenaries with advanced weaponry, all manipulated by Deathstroke’s frenemy the Red Lion. Meanwhile, Batman forces a showdown between himself and the League’s biggest fan.
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