Fallen Justice tells the story of what happens when the most powerful hero in the world finds out he’s dying and has 3 months to live. The series begins shortly before he hears the news and then deals with the repercussions of what he decides to do, and the lengths he goes to as he tries to change the word for the better in the time he has left. Think about it. If you had enough power to do anything you wanted, and they told you that you have 3 months to live, what would you do with that power? Would you be evil? Would you remain good? Would you do evil for a greater good? Fallen Justice is about the decisions a man makes when backed into the ultimate corner.
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Early reviews have come in and it looks like people are getting into Fallen Justice! See what some of them are saying:
“This is a wonderful comic just different enough to stand out from other superhero comics. Its action packed and also packed with drama.”
“What happens when a hero goes over the edge. Find out here. It is a thrill ride you will not want to miss.”
“These heroes and villains play for keeps.”
“Great story and art. Combined they give us a comic that will hold your interest and keep you coming back for more.”
Richard Vasseur-Jazma Online
“…just when you think you know exactly what’s going to happen next…you’re wrong. This book is definitely a fresh take on the Super Hero genre, and a smart tight one, at that.” — Sebastian Piccione-Project Fanboy
“Fallen Justice is one of the best Indy books to hit the street in the last decade.” — Mat Nastos- Nifty Comics, Creator of The Cadre
“This book is what any independent comic should strive to be. Compelling thought provoking, action packed. Beautifully illustrated, crammed with real emotion… Explosive. Addictive. Fantastic combination of story and art… Believable characters in a believable situation…makes you forget this is a super-hero story.” — Bill Gladman-Comic Related