Justice League: No Justice should be a recipe for storytelling disaster. The series features three writers working with four different Justice League squads (and assorted supporting characters) and trying to cram one universe-spanning conflict into a measly four issues. But despite all that, somehow No Justice is pulling it off. Two issues into this ambitious miniseries, No Justice is proving to be exactly the shot of adrenaline the franchise has been needing.
Source:: IGN -Reviews