The latest attack on the human race by Starro continues in the pages of Justice League 3001 #2. Writers J.M. DeMatteis and Keith Giffen injects an ample supply of exhilaration into what could’ve turned into a potentially dull return to a well plundered often in the pages of DC Comics. Howard Porter’s distinctive artwork is elegantly complemented by Wi-Fi’s coloring.
In Justice League 3001 #2, they’ve managed to become the World’s Greatest Heroes of the 30th century. However, with legions of foes gunning for them, can they stay alive long enough to see the year 3002?
Issue #2 of Justice League 3001 is rated T for Teen. It contains violence, profanity, and some intense scenes. There’s nothing out of the ordinary to worry about for anyone used to PG-13 super hero movies.
The premise of Justice League 3001 keeps things interesting in its second issue. It’s always fun when things get shaken up a bit and characters are taken out of their “natural” surroundings. There’s always the opportunity for some wry humor and awkward encounters when men become women and vice versa. The appearance of Supergirl adds even more bang for your buck as we’re left hanging until next month’s chapter arrives.
Justice League 3001 #2 is available now in print and Kindle editions.