Milk Wars: Superpowers Get Strange

Let’s step back in time to when we were first teased with the news of a Justice League of America and Doom Patrol crossover titled…“Milk Wars.”

Kind of hard to forget, right? I mean, the name is one thing, but the beautiful art that accompanied the news—drawn by the insanely talented Frank Quietly—was something else altogether. The image of a milkman floating like Superman and holding a crisp glass of milk as rays of light brilliantly shine behind him was really all I needed to see. Even if it didn’t make any sense.

Should the Justice League Headquarters be on Earth?

Over the near half a century that the Justice League (and its numerous incarnations) has existed, they’ve had a variety of places to call their home. Happy Harbor is both easy to remember due to the alliterative nature of the name and for being the very first place that the Justice League ever operated out of when they were through being the Justice Society—or more accurately, when the JSA became the superteam of Earth-2 at the dawn of the Silver Age of Comics.

Why Black Canary Should be Leading the Justice League

There’s a pretty big debate about who the true leader of the Justice League is. It’s often a toss-up between who deserves this weighty position of leadership versus who may be best suited for the part. If we’re being even more honest with ourselves, it’s often an argument that comes down to Batman and Superman (anyone remember when Nightwing led the Justice League? That was pretty awesome!).

Together

Together. 

That was always the appeal.

All of them. Fighting. Together. 

Do I love Superman? You bet.
And Batman? Even more. 
And Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern, Red Tornado, Atom, and...and...and...
YesYesYesYesYes.
And more yes. 

And now, here we are—on the day that I dreamed about all those decades ago: the new Justice League movie is about to open. It is not just the culmination of geek dreams. It also marks the start of them. At least for me. 

FLASHBACK SCENE!

This Just Happened: The World's Teeniest Threat!

Danger looms large in this week’s issue of Justice League of America.

…Actually, scratch that. Reverse it. It doesn’t loom large at all. As a matter of fact, the DCU’s other Justice League may just be dealing with the world’s teeniest, tiniest threat!

The Flash: Let's Talk About Gypsy

This season on The Flash, we are getting a lot of great development of characters that are not Barry Allen. It has been a ton of fun seeing characters like Caitlin Snow (and her alter-ego Killer Frost), come into their own. In tonight’s episode, “Dead or Alive,” there was a heavy focus on Cisco finally coming to an equilibrium with his Vibe powers and stepping up to protect HR from being taken back to Earth-19 by a bounty hunter named…Gypsy!

Yes, she does wear a costume inspired by the traditional gypsy dress that you are imagining in your mind right now.

Looking Back on Volume One: An Interview with Justice League's Bryan Hitch

Bryan Hitch has long been known for his skill at rendering exciting super hero action at the largest scale. And now, having recently completed a dozen issues of JUSTICE LEAGUE and ten of the pre-Rebirth JLA, he’s shown that he’s just as adept at writing it as well. Of course, the fact that he’s been partnered with Tony S.

New Artwork, Variant Covers for Justice League of America January One-Shots!

Before Batman takes over a new Justice League of America in February 2017, some of its core members will get their chance in the spotlight in January, in the form of four JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA: REBIRTH one-shots. These stories reintroduce these heroes for the first time in the REBIRTH era, featuring input from DC President and Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, and we’ve got some new artwork to end (or kick off) your week!

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