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DC's biweekly JUSTICE LEAGUE event continues! In issue #11, Max Lord's trail has gone cold, forcing the JLI to split up and follow new leads. While Booster Gold, Blue Beetle and Captain Atom stumble across a secret cell of OMAC experiments, Fire, Ice and Rocket Red are forced into battle against the Metal Men. But what happens when Ice is pushed too far?

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Please don't make the princess Magnus. 0

This is the 11th issue of Generation Lost.   The Story:We start in a fantasy world were a bunch of people are fighting giant minotaurs but we learn that this is really a virtaul reality world that professor Ivo (they guy who built Amazo) put them in by order of Max Lord and all of this happened a week ago continuity wise.So Fire,Ice and Rocket Red are fighting the Metal Men but when our non-brainwashed heroes (because the Metal Men are still heroes but brain-washed) decide to escape but Ivo says...

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Nobody's Perfect 0

The Good: The use of the Metal Man, and the way Max was using them was a really neat touch. Especially how the art occasionally switched from how they see things and how things really are. In the tradition of drawing characters you haven't been thinking about recently into this story, Professor Ivo. A nice throwback to #6 with a bit of dialogue between Booster and Captain Atom. The setup for 'Alloy' was a really well done scene. Lots of excellent atmosphere and use of just the right angles and v...

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