Justice League – Volume 3 – 34


Justice League – Volume 3 – 34

General Info

Issue No:
34
On Sale Date:
December 2017
Cover Date:
February 2018
Era:
DC Universe
Story Title:
The People vs. Justice League - Part One: Three Rooms

Creative Team

Cover Artist:
Pete Woods, Nick Bradshaw (variant)
Writer:
Christopher Priest
Penciller:
Pete Woods
Inker:
Pete Woods
Letterer:
Willie Schu
Colourist:
Pete Woods
Editor:
Brian Cunningham, Rebecca Taylor (Associate)

Characters

Main:
Wonder Woman (Princess Diana), Batman (Bruce Wayne), Superman (Kal El), Aquaman (Arthur Curry), Cyborg (Victor Stone,), Flash (Barry Allen), Green Lantern (Simon Baz), Green Lantern (Jessica Cruz)
Heroes:
N/A
Villains:
Terrorists
Olympians:
N/A
Amazons:
N/A
Other:
Alfred Pennyworth
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With this issue DC introduced a new cover design that replaced the Rebirth banner much in the same way it replaced the New 52 initiative’s banner. The corner box of each issue now provided information about the issue number, price and rating. Each box also featured the emblem of the starring hero or superhero group. So, Wonder Woman displayed her =W= symbol, Superman  his iconic “S,”  etc.

The change symbolised the end of DC Rebirth and ushered in a new era called DC Universe, an expansive new initiative that fed off the events of Rebirth and retained its continuity going forward.

DC Rebirth was first introduced in 2016 as a way for DC Comics to enact a continuity reboot that incorporated elements of the New 52, but reset the world of DC Comics back to a point prior to the “Flashpoint” story arc.

 

Synopsis

When Green Lantern spots an alien fleet approaching the Earth the alarm is raised and the Justice League spring into action, coordinated by a tired Batman, who has barely had any sleep in the past three days. As multiple issues land on their plate, including an Earthquake and a hostage situation Batman focuses on what he believes are the priorities.

But things begin to go wrong as a botched raid by the FBI on the kidnappers results in one of the hostages being slain, while a Tsunami has to be contained that the caped crusader should have picked up on. Plus, after all that the alien fleet process to be nothing more than a group of space tourists!

Later at Wayne Manor, Bruce is cursing himself for having dropped the ball and Clark suggests he takes a few days off and that they can cope without him.