The Story – Justice League – Generation Lost #1 – 24 (2010-2011)
Justice League – Generation Lost #1 – 24 (2010-2011) : Justice League: Generation Lost was a year-long comic book limited series that premiered July 2010. It ran twice a month for 24 issues, alternating with Brightest Day which written by Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi.
The series was written by Keith Giffen and Judd Winick. The breakdowns were done by Giffen up to issue 7, when he left the series, while the art was supplied by a rotating team of pencillers and inkers, namely Aaron Lopresti and Matt Ryan; Joe Bennett and Jack Jadson; and Fernando Dagnino and Raul Fernandez. The covers were supplied by Tony Harris and J.D. Mettler, Cliff Chiang, and Dustin Nguyen, with variant covers by Kevin Maguire. The book was edited by Michael Siglain. The comic saw the return of the Justice League International, which has not been seen since the mid-1990s.
The series also connected to Giffen’s run on Booster Gold vol. 2 and Winick’s run on Power Girl. In addition, Teen Titans #83 was used to explain why Blue Beetle would be taking a leave of absence from the Titans, and the events of Generation Lost #2 are indirectly mentioned there as well. The “Brightest Day” maxi-series also touches on the comic’s events as one issue reveals that Deadman remembers Maxwell Lord and, after briefly receiving a White Ring, Bruce Wayne is shown radioing a mysterious person saying he needs to talk about Max. Issue #18 of Power Girl confirms that she also now remembers Max Lord’s existence. In the following issue, she calls a meeting of the Justice Society to tell them with Batman in attendance, but midway through, everyone forgets what they were talking about (an apparent effect of the mindwipe).
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Justice League – Generation Lost #1 – 24 (2010-2011)
Language : English | Year : 2010-2011 | Size : 570 MB
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