Magic is going haywire in the DC Universe following the release of the Starheart, and it’s going to take two super teams to fix the problem.  DC Comics released a sneak peek of Justice League of America #46, that arrives in stores on June 30, 2010.

Justice League of America #46
Written by JAMES ROBINSON
Art by MARK BAGLEY & ROB HUNTER
Cover by MARK BAGLEY & JESUS MERINO

BRIGHTEST DAY continues with the start of an all-new, 5-part JLA/JSA crossover! The return of one hero heralds the release of the powerful Starheart that empowers Green Lantern Alan Scott. Now this chaotic force is unleashed on Earth, causing magic to go wild – and new metahumans to emerge! It’s more than one super-team can handle, but can even the combined efforts of the Justice League and the Justice Society contain the light and dark power wielded by one of their own? Witness the transformation of the moon and a journey into the Shadow Lands that will corrupt a hero!

Continued in next month’s JSA #41, this epic event features a 5-part connected cover spotlighting both teams in glorious action illustrated by Mark Bagley with inks by Jesus Merino!

via The Source

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2 Comments

  1. Sarcasm Kid
    June 17, 2010 at 3:48 pm — Reply

    This has more to do with the cover than the story…

    I fail to understand why they spent four years of setting Jesse in the Liberty Belle identity just to throw her back into being Jesse Quick.

    • Crash
      June 18, 2010 at 7:33 pm — Reply

      I actually picked up Justice Society last year sometime and have always wondered, can she not use both her strength and her speed at the same time? Why would you just use one or the other when you can use both in conjunction?

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