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Justice League, Volume 3: Timeless

Justice League, Volume 3: Timeless

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A new epic begins when a mysterious young woman implores the Justice League to fight against the Timeless, a cosmic threat they’ve never faced before—because it exists at different points throughout Earth’s history! But when the individual members of the Justice League are scattered across time, they must find their way back to the present to stop the Timeless!

Collects JUSTICE LEAGUE #14-19.

Title:Justice League, Volume 3: Timeless
Edition Language:English
ISBN:140127112X
Format Type:
Number of Pages:144 pages
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    Justice League, Volume 3: Timeless Reviews

  • Robert

    Disappointing on many levels. The first issue in the collection is a complete wast of time with the JL members sitting around in a cave accomplishing nothing. The rest is filled with time travel garba...

  • Will Robinson Jr.

    I am afraid that Bryan Hitch's third volume for the Justice League series is a mixed bag. I really wanted to love this book. Unfortunately behind its good artwork and really good ideas lies a boring e...

  • Adam Spanos

    This is an improvement from the previous volume. There's actually a story here, even if it's somewhat hollow, but it's better than the action for action's sake like in the previous two volumes. Hitch ...

  • Derryck

    I enjoyed this volume. It starts with a one off issue that feels like a soft reboot; reestablishing the characters and their motivations. Then the arc begins. The five issue arc contains a satisfying ...

  • Jeff

    Somewhat mixed feelings on this, however I thought it was pretty good overall. The first issue collected here was my favorite for the sole reason of the great conversation between all the members of t...

  • John Yelverton

    It was an enjoyable read, and the artwork was fantastic. There are a couple of issues I have. First, why did they make Timeless and his minions look so much like Brainiac? What was the point? They eve...

  • Jonathan Roberts

    Not the best JL story I have ever read. Kinda a shorter and less convoluted version of Hickman's Avengers alternate world story, but this time throughout time. Kinda an obvious twist in it and then ju...

  • Thomas Maluck

    Penciller Fernando Pasarin, inker Matt Ryan, and colorist Brad Anderson make the Justice League, especially all manner of settings, look great. Bryan Hitch does good work, but this appealed to me much...

  • Jeremy

    Meh, muddled story with lots of exposition, largely about whether anybody trusts anybody else. Characters mostly seem pretty off, especially Superman....

  • Daniel Butcher

    A little disappointed with a discussion of trust where the fruit of the drama is all off camera....