How far would you go for justice? That's the question writer James Robinson and Mauro Cascioli continue to ask, as the heroes have found themselves turning to darker tactics in their search for retribution.
 
Two new members sign up in the third issue of writer James Robinson and artist Mauro Cascioli's CRY FOR JUSTICE mini-series. Just in time, too.
 
The new Justice League team continues its proactive hunt as the trail leads to an army of super-villains. But the main foe may be deadlier than the new team's combined forces. Sounds ominous? Yep. Don't believe me?
 
It's hard to wait, isn't it? Fear not, Source readers. The first issue of JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE will be in your hands in a few short days.
 
The Justice League has always been about loyalty, friendship and teamwork. But it's also about Justice.
 
It's a short week here at The Source, what with our bosses letting us have Friday off. But that just means we have to end the week with a bang.
 
Eddie Berganza’s not one to mince words, and more than willing to let the art speak for him. And we’re OK with that. Take it away, Eddie: If you miss any issue of the 7-part CRY FOR JUSTICE mini, you are so gonna hate yourself!
 
Batman and Martian Manhunter are gone. But these aren't the first heroes to fall prey to the villains populating the DCU. And, not surprisingly, some heroes are tired of reacting, and instead want to take the battle to the bad guys themselves.
 
Yesterday, we gave you a look at an early version of the cover to the first issue of JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE, which, as we guesse

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