As comic fans eagerly await the October 10 premiere of the new CW show ARROW, we have news that will make the countdown even more exciting. DC Entertainment is producing a new, weekly digital comic book based on the show that will also debut on October 10.
Last month, we announced the large roster of contributors working on JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA’s extra-sized 50th anniversary issue. Broken up into a series of four episodes, this 56-page issue features the talents of writer Marc Guggenheim, interior artists George Perez, Scott Koblish, Howard Chaykin, Freddie Williams, Tom Derenick, and cover artists Felipe Massafera and Darwyn Cooke.
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.
Written by Marc Guggenheim and with art by Scott Kolins, JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #49 lands in bookstores today.[gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
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"]
Writer Marc Guggenheim and artist Scott Kolins are working on a big canvas with their "Supertown" storyline. Issue 47 sees events play out in Gotham City and Jacksonville, FL and features appearances by Manhunter and Blue Devil and a sinister development with the appropriately named Dr. Chaos. The JSA is already reeling from recent events. Can the team survive what happens next?
JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #47 goes on sale Wednesday. Here's an advance look at the issue.
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Marc Guggenheim took over Justice Society last fall, and just three issues in he's already building into something big.
Curious for hints at where it's going? Or a few reasons to jump on board? We'll let Marc take it away: