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The Jurassic League #6 (of 6)

70
Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 8 critic ratings.

The League is fully assembled.

Darkseid and his League of Doomasauria are on the precipice of world domination.

Can our heroic herbivores and courageous carnivores defeat these ancient antagonists?

Find out in this epic final issue!

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
32 pages
Language
English
Price
$3.99
Amazon ASIN
B0BF166QTV

Colorist
Variant Cover Artist

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8 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Batman-News

    Phew, I made it. That was close. At least now, I can relax and breathe easy knowing that this series will now never end. I didn't say a single thing resembling a review, and my favorite DC book in recent years is gonna live forever, baby!
  • 100

    Superman Homepage

  • 90

    Geek Dad

    The ending definitely hints that there's more to see here, and this world is so visually inventive and creative that it definitely outshined what people initially expected of it. It's a good example of how DC is a universe where creators are often rewarded for going outside of the norms.
  • 80

    ComicBook.com

    In spite of shifts in artwork along the way, The Jurassic League #6 absolutely sticks the landing for this often deliriously dynamic and delightful take on the Justice League as dinosaurs. Their climactic battle against Daryloseid sprawls across the planet with plenty of opportunities for each member to showcase their fighting abilities in colorful fashion. Most of the action is focused upon the more personal battle between Batsaur and Jokerzard, and this offers the issue some much-needed grounding as Batsaur's shift in perspective forms the core of the story. Both dynamics collide for a set of final pages that are bound to delight readers with explosive action, the edge of comedy, and a few final standout moments. The Jurassic League remains true to its spirit and delivers a joyful finale with splendid artwork from Juan Gedeon and colorist Mike Spicer; if they wanted to explore this era again, it would be difficult to deny them.
  • 80

    Weird Science DC Comics

    Jurassic League #6 ends the series with action, emotion, and a big ending that hits you right in the heart. If you peel back the layers, this is a reskinned and VERY basic Justice League story, but all the elements are present for a bang-up adventure suitable for children.
  • 80

    Henchman-4-Hire

    First and foremost, this issue felt short. I was surprised when it was over. Basically, we just get one really good punch or two from Supersaur and Darkyloseid is defeated. It’s a little silly even. The rest of the Justice League try their best, but in the end, it’s just Superman knocking Darkseid around with ease that saves the day. It might even be considered anti-climactic…but nah. The story and the art come together much better than just that. I would say this story comes to a solid, satisfying conclusion for this story. All the dinosaur superheroes team up, all drawn by Gedeon, and they defeat the bad guys in a fun way. This comic has never tried to be anything more than its fun premise, and it succeeds in fulfilling that premise in a really fun way here at the end. I am confident in saying that Jurassic League has done its job and has ending successfully, especially if you’re reading the whole thing at once in a future tpb. This fun little series comes to a fun little ending, easily fulfilling the promise of the title and the premise.
  • 80

    First Comics News

  • 50

    Women Write About Comics - WWAC

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