When the Justice League of America decided to make their new headquarters in the battered city of Detroit, they had hoped to help rebuild a sense of community. Unfortunately, their arrival only attracted darkness and evil. After Felix Faust covers the city in darkness and despair, the Justice League succumbs to their insecurities and feelings of hopelessness. The team – made up of Vixen, Vibe, Gypsy, Steel, The Martian Manhunter, The Elongated Man, and Aquaman – has one last chance to overcome their “second rate” status and save Detroit.
Last week, we showed you all the covers for the 1970’s books in this summer’s RETROACTIVE series. Today, take a look at all the covers for the 1980’s books:
DC RETROACTIVE: SUPERMAN – THE ‘80s cover by Dan Jurgens, Livesay, & Carrie Strachan.
DC RETROACTIVE: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA – THE ‘80s #1 Along with writer Gerry Conway, artist Ron Randall revisits JLA Detroit, a chapter in the team’s history that may have been one their most controversial line-ups ever. ONE-SHOT • On sale AUGUST 10 • 56 pg, FC, $4.99 US • RATED T
Now that the conspiracy involving New Krypton's council has been brought to light, can Superman keep his people from tearing each other apart? And what does a skull-shaped ship flying towards New Krypton mean? Find out in the final issue of SUPERMAN: WORLD OF NEW KRYPTON, which hits 2/3: [gallery link="file"]
Think humans and Kryptonians are the only two races in our solar system? Wrong. Jemm, Son of Saturn, ruler of the super-powered Saturnian race, arrives in Kandor demanding answers to New Krypton's recent actions – answers he intends to get even if he has to fight his way through Commander Kal-El and the entire Kryptonian army. Not the recipe for a friendly sitdown, eh? All this and a Mark Buckingham variant cover, courtesy of writers James Robinson and Greg Rucka, along with artists Pete Woods and Ron Randall.
On a mission in space, Superman and his fellow Kryptonians encounter the might of the Thanagarian Army. Can Superman keep things peaceful between the two races – or will The Man of Steel discover that Hawkman's legendary temper is shared by all his people? Written by James Robinson and Greg Rucka, with art by Pete Woods and Ron Randall, issue #8 hits stands on 10/7. [gallery]