SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read JUSTICE LEAGUE 3000 #2 and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
Before the newly formed Justice League can figure out what happened to their memories, the Cadmus Corporation controlling their mission sends them into the darkness of Commonwealth space. And it’s not just their memories that seem half-formed. Their powers aren’t exactly what they remember them to be, either. A Superman that can’t fly? A Green Lantern without a ring?
Back in August, MULTIVERSITY COMICS gave you a taste of Howard Porter’s interior art for JUSTICE LEAGUE 3000 #1.
And while the inaugural issue of this eagerly anticipated series doesn’t hit stores until next month, we’ve got another sneak peek at JUSTICE LEAGUE 3000 #1 to share with you today.
So what characters can fans look forward to appearing in the series?
Last week, you got your first look at FOREVER EVIL tie-in, JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #24.
In this issue, John Constantine struggles to figure out if this world is worth risking his life for anymore. But if the other members of the Justice League Dark are dead, how is John communicating with his teammates? And why is he the lone survivor?
Following the harrowing events of “Trinity War,” the Justice League Dark is presumed to be dead.
In the aftermath of this crossover event, a totally defeated John Constantine awakens to find the world burning and ponders whether or not that’s such a bad thing anymore. Is this world really worth saving? He’ll have to decide quickly because a growing evil may force him back into the game, whether he wants to or not.
Superman has been the world’s most beloved and recognized super hero for 75 years, and with a major new movie on the horizon and numerous comic book titles on the shelves, that’s not likely to change anytime soon.
But why is he so beloved? What is it about the Man of Steel that makes him so popular with people over generations? And why do so many writers and artists in comics—no matter how busy they may otherwise be—find the chance to tell a Superman tale an offer that’s too good to pass up?
This summer, the adventures of everyone’s favorite Orange Lantern will spin out of the pages of THRESHOLD into his own ongoing solo series.
Co-written by J.M. DeMatties and Keith Giffen and featuring art by Scott Kolins, LARFLEEZE launches this summer and will serve as a massive status quo change for the Green Lantern franchise. Don’t believe us? We’ll give you a one-word clue as to why: REVOLT.