The Justice League has always been about loyalty, friendship and teamwork. But it's also about Justice. When Green Lantern challenges his teammates to focus on that aspect of the name in the wake of the death of Martian Manhunter and Batman's disappearance, he finds himself on the ground floor of a new team's formation. GL, Green Arrow, Supergirl, Atom, Shazam, Congorilla and Starman unite to take the fight to the villains in the first part of a seven-part mini-series from writer James Robinson and artist Mauro Cascioli. Do you really need more convincing? Probably not.

Some news for you: Robinson, Bagley step aboard JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA

It's a short week here at The Source, what with our bosses letting us have Friday off. But that just means we have to end the week with a bang. So, let's get right to it: Writer James Robinson and artist Mark Bagley will be the new ongoing creative team on JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA, starting in October. I'll give you a minute or two to wipe the drool off your keyboards.

It's time to CRY FOR JUSTICE

Batman and Martian Manhunter are gone. But these aren't the first heroes to fall prey to the villains populating the DCU. And, not surprisingly, some heroes are tired of reacting, and instead want to take the battle to the bad guys themselves. The new team of Green Lantern, Green Arrow, Supergirl, Atom, Shazam, Congorilla and Starman unite in JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE, a six-issue mini-series from writer James Robinson and rising star artist Mauro Cascioli.

A cover’s worth a thousand words

So, everyone knows that DC has the BEST comic book covers in the business and it’s been that way for a long, long time. I mean, with a crew like Jim Lee, Adam Hughes, Lee Bermejo, Frank Quietly, Andy Kubert and ALL of our other great artists, how could we possibly make things better?  I’ll tell ya, by sending out a challenge to all of our monthly cover artists to go wild on their covers for the month of August.  WOW!  Just check out some of the results.  I’d say these guys kicked butt (again!). [gallery link="file" columns="4"]

FINAL CRISIS AFTERMATH -- just one of many things to be excited about in the coming months

Hey everybody – Senior Story Editor Ian Sattler here.  It’s almost hard to put into words how excited I am right now.  I’m not talking about winning the championship in my fantasy basketball league -- and that was pretty awesome.  I’m not talking about the huge sandwich I had for lunch that was totally killer.  I’m not even talking about my copy of Van Halen that I found last night, which is an all-time classic.  No, I’m excited because working at DC Comics right now is amazing!  We’re close to the end of Battle for the Cowl and a Batman event in June that’s going to change everything.  The ev


Yesterday, we gave you a look at an early version of the cover to the first issue of JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE, which, as we guessed, left you interested in more. Let it never be said we don't deliver here at The Source. As promised, here are three pages from the first issue, from writer James Robinson and artist Mauro Cascioli. We also tossed in the final cover for good measure. [gallery link="file"]


Slated to hit in July, writer James Robinson and artist Mauro Cascioli's JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE mini-series has been hotly anticipated, to say the least. And now, as we inch closer to the release of the first issue, here's a look at a prelim cover for the first issue of the series. Like what you see? Come back tomorrow for some more Cascioli goodness. Yes, you have to wait.


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