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REVIEW: Justice League Infinity #7

Justice League Infinity #7 brings us the final issue of the series and now we will discover the fate of our beloved TV show heroes, as well as the ENTIRE MULTIVERSE!

The cover by Ivan Plascencia gives us yet another glimpse of these iconic character iterations in a style not their own. Plascencia’s signature look fits well with these characters, and he showcases his unique artistic license here, showing the team off in an epic pose looking at an oncoming threat.

Justice League Infinity #7 Review | The Aspiring Kryptonian
Photo Credit: DC Entertainment

The interior story for Justice League Infinity #7, not surprisingly sees our heroes finally overcome the Multiversal threat, with help from unresolved plot threads introduced in previous issues! Along with that, more fan wish-fulfillment and TV show callbacks await us within these pages and a fan of the animated series, this is an excellent payoff! If you are a fan of the show and you aren’t reading this series you are seriously missing out.

Within the series we’ve been following several relationships throughout this series, and there are nice moments all around for all those involved. This again is a great payoff for readers and I love how writer J.M DeMatteis and James Tucker have expanded those relationships from the series itself. It calls for excellent character and relationship growth and it’s something I’d love to explore even further.

That being said, those similarities to Marvel’s “What If” show from last issue? Yeah, they inexplicably continue here. But it does certainly add an interesting take for the characters involved.

JM DeMatteis and James Tucker have done an excellent job of bringing these characters and this very series back to life and I can wholeheartedly say that I am sad to see this series end. Not only that but Ethen Beaver’s interior artwork and colours by Nick Filardi have been vibrant and fun throughout the series. This entire creative team have done a great job and finish their grand march of quality work, and most definitely stick the landing in this final issue.

Justice League Infinity #7 gives us some of character moments we were hoping for and sews up the ending of this little tale with style. This is a comic series that will be missed.

Haven’t picked up Justice League Infinity #7 yet? You can get the standard cover by Ivan Plascencia here (UK) or here (US).

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