It starts with a flashback of Thaal Sinestro who was the greatest inter-galactic anthropologist in the universe. He explores the universe in search of historical artifacts. His adventure to an ancient world where he found Umbrax, but before he could do anything a Green Lantern ship crashed and changed his fate.
In Justice League #2, John Stewart had been exposed to the Ultraviolet Lantern. Came down to earth and decided to kill Flash, Wonder Woman and Aquaman. In Justice League #3, the fight continues. He has a new source of power but no ring.
Only an insignia that looks like a ring appearing where his ring would be.
He almost wasted all three League’s members with his new Ultraviolet Powers. Luckily Cyborg caught wind of the energy and tracked it back to earth and then Boom! He saves the day.
Elsewhere, inside the Totality, Martian Manhunter and Superman fight the mutated-monters in the alien zone. With Batman and Hawkgirl swimming inside their bloodstream. Batman inside Superman and Hawkgirl inside Martian Manhunter without none of them knowing that Luthor and Joker tag along.
Back inside the Hall of Justic, John Stewart reveals more information about the invisible spectrum. The team divides up furhter. Wonder Woman, Aquaman and the Flash looking into the Still Force disturbance while Green Lantern and Cyborg find the Living Galaxy – Umbrax.
Back in the Totality, Manhunter touches the stone giants and his mind got overloaded with visions of his planet suffering. And suddently the giants come alive and want to destroy Superman and Manhunter.
In the bottom of the ocean, the team that is searching for the Still Force finds the Legion of Doom’s hideout. Inside they find a group of ancient White Martians who break free from the tubes and attack them.
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It’s already the 3rd issue and I still can’t figure out what the hell is going on. The story throws a lot at you, but I am enjoying the ride. The team is stretched far and wide to combat threats. It can be difficult to process all, but when reading a comic book, if you missed out anything just flip back to the page before. It’s best to read all 7 issues of the Totality at one go.
Justice League continues to make my Why should we grow up? self happy. At the same time, I am beginning to enjoy Jorge Jimenez art.
Justice League #2
Written by: Scott Snyder
Pencils: Jorge Jimenez
Inks: Jorge Jimenez
Colored by: Alejandro Sanchez
Cover by: Jorge Jimenez, Alejandro Sanchez
Release Date: July 4 2018