5.2 Reasons We Love the Multiverse

The idea of what could have been always intrigues. It’s literally the basis of fictional storytelling. Those magic words: what if?

What if a stranger visitor from another world came to Earth and our yellow sun granted him amazing abilities far beyond that of normal man? What if a young boy with unlimited funds and resources saw his parents gunned down in front of him and began a never-ending quest for justice? What if a dying alien gifted a young pilot with the most powerful weapon in the galaxy?

Nicola Scott joins SUPERMAN for three issues

Fan-favorite artist Nicola Scott will be joining the SUPERMAN creative team,providing art for issues 3, 5 and 6. Jesus Merino remains the series’ ongoing artist, illustrating issue 4 and returning for the issue 7 debut of new writers Dan Jurgens and Keith Giffen - which Jurgens will be drawing.

Supertown Conclusion

JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #49 features the surprise return of Alan Scott. With their fallen colleague back on their side, the Society will be forced to save their newly rebuilt Supertown when Scythe unleashes havoc upon its streets.

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Justice Society of America Celebrates 50th Issue

At C2E2 this past weekend, DC shared a lot of exciting news, including the announcement of JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA’s landmark fiftieth issue! JSA #50 will be extra-sized with a roster full of mega-talent contributors such as George Perez, Freddie Williams, Howard Chaykin, and Tom Derenick. Written by Marc Guggenheim and with a cover by Felipe Massafera and a variant cover by Darwyn Cooke, don’t miss this historic event when the issue hits stores this April. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]

THIS JUST HAPPENED: Arrow in the city, Grodd gone wild and more

First, let me get the obvious out of the way: There’s a ton of exciting stuff happening in the DCU.

Whether it’s Bruce Wayne returning, BRIGHTEST DAY’s ongoing mysteries and reveals or the edgy adventures of the SECRET SIX, nearly every title has its share of surprises and “Wow” pages and moments. And those pages include some great art. So why not put the spotlight on a few of those moments?

That’s the conceit behind “This Just Happened.” Simple, right? So, let’s grab this week’s stack and check out some of the cool moments or shots from the latest week of DCU books.

The aftermath of the JLA/JSA crossover hits

Obsidian at long last reunites with his father Alan Scott after the intense madness of the recent JLA/JSA crossover as both come to terms with what their family has just been through. Can these two heroes pick up the pieces and move on after the devastation they've just survived? Guest writer James Robinson pens the tale, with artist Jesus Merino.

JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #43 hits 9/29.

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Scott Kolins takes on the JSA as a writer and artist

"Kingdom Coming" concludes as Magog, the Justice Society of America and the JSA All-Stars are forced back together when all signs point to the events of KINGDOM COME coming to pass. But Magog refuses to rejoin either team and finds himself fighting for his life against his former teammates.

The extra-sized JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA SPECIAL, written and drawn by Kolins, hits 9/15.

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JSA ALL STARS reveals more on King Chimera’s past

Learn more about the mysterious past of King Chimera as he revisits a death he feels responsible for while in the hospital room of his fallen teammate! Then, Power Girl alone takes on the reborn gods of Parador, which may be the last thing she ever does. Slightly ominous, eh?

Matthew Sturges and Freddie E. Williams II present JSA ALL STARS #10, which hits 9/1.

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