Well, we gave you a little tease last week -- with some help from Matthew Sturges --about JSA ALL STARS #4 (which we've kindly included below), but what of the other titles tied to the team? I'm staying tight-lipped, but these cover images should help give you an idea to what's coming up.
We're backing up the truck and unloading a ton of good stuff this week, and cool pieces of art are aplenty. Case in point? The cover to JSA ALL STARS #4, by Freddie E. Williams II, who's really pulling out all the stops on the relatively new series. Take a look for yourself:
Pretty cool, huh? That's about all the insight I can provide. What can I say? It's been a long week. Thankfully, we have Matthew Sturges, writer of JSA ALL STARS, on hand to give us his two cents. Take it away, Matt:
"When I saw Freddie's cover for JSA All-Stars #4, I begged Alex to let us put it up early. For one thing, it's got Sand on it. Sand is one of my favorite JSAers, and he's been due for a resurgence for quite some time. Well, that resurgence begins in issue four. For another thing, unfortunately, it looks like someone else from the JSA's past is resurging behind him. That can't be good."
See Matt? Wishes can come true.
Welcome back to the working week, Source readers. Hopefully, you're still feasting on Thanksgiving leftovers and well-rested from a few days of fun, family, food and football. Not in that order.
Not too long ago, we gave you a first look at writer Matthew Sturges and artist Freddie E. Williams II's new series, JSA ALL STARS, but with the book hitting shortly, why not give you a chance to check out Ryan Sook's lovely variant cover and two more pages from the new series? Glad you agree.
The traitor stands revealed, and his part in the destruction of the Justice Society of America is complete. While the team's headquarters lies in ruin, the same fate has befallen the team itself! Hold on to your seats, because the JSA as we've known it is in pieces. Can you handle it? Courtesy of Willingham, Sturges and Merino.
JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #33 hits 11/25.
February's still a ways away, dear readers, but we figured it'd be a good time to give you an inside look at the covers of some of the JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA family of titles hitting that month -- and there's a ton of hitting happening in these pages. Check out the covers for the February issues of MAGOG, POWER GIRL, JSA ALL STARS and the JSA ANNUAL below.
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The all-new ongoing series starts here, as a new spin off of the Justice Society struggles to pull itself together after a devastating split. Thew's a new base, new methods, new villains and a frighteningly familiar face. Join writer Matthew Sturges and artist Freddie Williams II as they craft the latest chapter in the legacy of the Justice Society of America. Can't wait until 12/2? Well, what a nice coincidence that we have the first five pages right here to gear you up.
The rift tearing into the Justice Society continues to deepen due to the strange actions of several new team members as well as the eruption of some long-seeded conflicts. It all leaves the team dangerously weak and vulnerable as their home base comes under attack from an army of bounty hunters bent on collecting the price on the head of each and every member of the Society. Brought to you by the usual team of Sturges, Willingham and Merino, JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #32 hits 10/28.
Yesterday, we took a minute to show you a few JUSTICE LEAGUE covers hitting in the month of January. Well, why not do the same for the JUSTICE SOCIETY titles? Exactly. So, to help make your last day of the work week slightly more bearable, here's a look at January's covers for JSA ALL-STARS #2 and JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #35.
Magog's got a bit of a problem: How can he use the vast resources of the Justice Society without them finding out he's going against their wishes/ Oh, and there's a more immediate problem: Facing off against the putrid villain known as Miasma in New York City. This issue continues the first arc from the creative team of writer Keith Giffen and artist Howard Porter. Click below for a look at the first four pages plus a intense Glenn Fabry cover.
MAGOG #2 hits 10/7.