In the wake of CRY FOR JUSTICE, the team regroups

James Robinson and artist Mark Bagley present a team reeling from the events of JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE, as a member is tended to after the horrific events of the mini-series. And, will the new Batman join the ranks of the team? Or does he have more pressing issues in Gotham?

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #42 hits 2/17.

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Prometheus continues his attack in CRY FOR JUSTICE #6

Writer James Robinson tells the tale of a team in shambles. After a shocking loss, Prometheus reveals an even greater threat to the team than they thought possible. How will this new crisis change the face of the DC Universe? The pages below should reveal a clue or three.

JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE #6 hits 1/27.

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DCU IN 2010: THE RISE OF ARSENAL AND THE FALL OF GREEN ARROW

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Take a minute to process that amazing piece of Mauro Cascioli art. Ok. Done? Let’s go.

If you’ve been following JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE, then you know some major events have been shaking up Green Arrow and his supporting cast’s status. Specifically, Red Arrow finding himself one arm short of a pair.

How about some JUSTICE LEAGUE art to end the day?

We're inching toward the weekend, folks, and that's a good thing. We're also inching toward the debut of the first issue of JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA from the superstar team of writer James Robinson and artist Mark Bagley. Stoked? You should be. On that note, we've got a few images that might be of interest. Namely, the January covers to JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE #6 and JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #41.

The heroes take a dark turn in CRY FOR JUSTICE #4

How far would you go for justice? That's the question writer James Robinson and Mauro Cascioli continue to ask, as the heroes have found themselves turning to darker tactics in their search for retribution. Starman and Congorilla have captured the killers who took down some of their friends, but now what do they do with them? Meanwhile, Green Lantern and company wrestle with the idea of torturing villains for information in order to save lives. We've got a few of Mauro's lovely painted pages right here to whet your appetite.

How about some JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE #3 pages?

Two new members sign up in the third issue of writer James Robinson and artist Mauro Cascioli's CRY FOR JUSTICE mini-series. Just in time, too. With Prometheus captured and his evil plans revealed, the team will need all the additional manpower it can muster to defeat the villain's master plan. Click below for some pages from the issue, which hits 9/2.

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Kick off the week with some JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE #2 pages

The new Justice League team continues its proactive hunt as the trail leads to an army of super-villains. But the main foe may be deadlier than the new team's combined forces. Sounds ominous? Yep. Don't believe me? Well, check out some pages below, from writer James Robinson and artist Mauro Cascioli.

JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE #2 hits 8/5.

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A perfectly timed summer Friday

At least I think so.

Not to throw a pity party, but I don't think it's a stretch to say we're all recovering a tad from the intensity that was San Diego Comic-Con International. Luckily, the DC offices will be closed today. Which means The Source will be quiet. I, meanwhile, will be packing boxes and lugging furniture, because that's what I like to do over the weekend. When I'm moving.

So, I'll see you bright and early Monday, with a preview of JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE #2. Until then, enjoy the weekend.

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