In the world of DC Comics, you don’t need super powers to look into your future. You just need Scott Snyder and Dustin Nguyen. In this week’s eagerly awaited BATMAN #28, we take a break from the ongoing “Zero Year,” and jump from the past deep into the future with a special standalone “spoiler” issue that looks at what lies in store for Batman in the months ahead.
The Justice League is known for many things: uniting the World's Greatest Super Heroes under the banner of battling evil and upholding truth and justice; multiple incarnations throughout the various years featuring heroes from all across the DC Universe; even amazing animated programs and original animated films worthy of re-watch after re-watch even though you can quote every line by heart.
However, one of the best things the JL is known for: awe-inspiring fights and kick ass throwdowns against some of the biggest and baddest villains in the DC Universe.
Who would’ve thought starting a new year with some serious Injustice would be a good thing?
Following the shocking events of “Trinity War,” the Justice League of America is presumed dead.
Starting next month, JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA will shine a spotlight on two surviving characters: Martian Manhunter and Stargirl. From writer Matt Kindt and artists Doug Mahnke and Christian Alamy, the new 6-issue arc kicks off with issue #8.
This morning, DC Comics announced with the TORONTO STAR that the JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA will be heading to CANADA.
Following the events of this summer’s blockbuster comic book crossover “Trinity War” written by Geoff Johns and Jeff Lemire, as well as the ramifications of Villains Month and FOREVER EVIL, there will be major changes across all the Justice League books.
This summer the Justice League, Justice League of America and Justice League Dark have been battling against one another in the epic crossover event “Trinity War”.
Now, with the conclusion just weeks away, legendary scribe Geoff Johns spoke with IGN about the exciting action-packed finale and revealed some major news, paving the way for this fall’s highly anticipated miniseries FOREVER EVIL, drawn by David Finch.