Ever since we watched Superman: The Movie, we know there’s only one way to do the impossible and save the world. And going back in time to fix mistakes has become quite the trope. But people made the mistake of thinking it was the time travelling bit that was cool. It wasn’t. It was the whizzing around the world faster than the speed of light that was the cool bit (and then not having to explain why there are not two Superman now).
In today’s Justice League #6 we get the cool bit. The Earth has already lost its moon, it is now threatened by a sun emitting light in the invisible spectrum and turning everything eeeeeeeeevil. Yeah, everything goes Austin Powers in the end.
So it’s time for the Justice League to fight Judo-chop style.
And a little Superman boost to help in this Green Lantern on the way.
And a new oath…
A run around the world doing um… whatever it was that John Stewart said he was doing (shhh, we’ll work it out later)…
An Earth of the White Lantern.
That White Lantern symbol representing life, the combined powers of the traditional emotional spectrum of the rings, and about to fight the invisible emotional spectrum of the Umbrax Ultraviolet Lantern Sun.
Everything’s coming up Mogo. You know, maybe there will be enough left at the end to make a spare moon. You’ve gotta have a moon.
JUSTICE LEAGUE #6
(W) Scott Snyder (A/CA) Jorge Jimenez
Did you read the write-up on issue #5? Do you really think anything’s gotten better for the Justice League in the past two weeks? Still Force? Still a thing! Ultraviolet Galaxy Lantern? Keeps attacking! Sinestro? Total garbage! Lex Luthor and Joker? Beating everyone to the Source Wall piece. If that happens? You don’t wanna know. In Shops: Aug 15, 2018 SRP: $3.99
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