Comic Review: Justice League: No Justice #4 (DC Comics)

The final issue of the four-part No Justice limited series is here! After failing to save the planet Colu from exploding at the hands of the Omega Titans, four new […]

The final issue of the four-part No Justice limited series is here!

After failing to save the planet Colu from exploding at the hands of the Omega Titans, four new trees have developed on earth. The Justice League rush back to earth in attempts to save it from suffering the same fate as Colu. Can the Justice League get back to earth in time before Amanda Waller calls a nuclear strike? Can the Justice League return in time to defeat Vril Dox (Brainiac 2.0) and prevent the arrival of the Omega Titans? Or will it be too late for earth?

Snyder, Tynion, and Williamson all did a fantastic job, providing a good conclusion to this limited series. In all honesty, I wasn’t sure how the writers were gonna conclude this mini-series since there were so many things to think about. The Omega Titans (basically DC versions of Marvel’s Celestials) are vastly powerful beings that can’t be defeated by the Justice League in any conventional means, especially with the limited abilities that the league has in comparison to The Omega Titans. But thankfully, the writers pulled through with a clever explanation that gave good conclusion.

The best thing about this miniseries is seeing how all of the heroes and villains interact with each other as splinter unit teams. This final issue felt very much like a Justice League Unlimited episode which is something that Snyder has previously intended in interviews in regards to the kind of inspiration and tone for his upcoming Justice League series. All of the writers involved on this issue did an amazing job in balancing the pace and personalities of the characters and the plot which made this an enjoyable and satisfying conclusion. This issue does provide some foreshadowing for readers to anticipate in the coming months. It’s interesting to see the kind of direction that Justice League will be heading and hopefully it will be something special.

Francis Manapul did a fantastic job with providing art for this final issue of the mini-series. The rendering, the paneling, the layouts are all drawn well and with the colors of Hi-Fi really makes the art flourish with energy.

This is a good successor to Dark Nights Metal and answers a lot of questions regarding the fallout of Dark Nights Metal. If anything, it leaves a lot to look forward to since Snyder will be taking the reigns of Justice League. I definitely recommend picking this issue up and adding it to your pull list.

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