At this year’s Dragon Con a number of cosplayers got together to create their own tribute to the Avengers and the JLA.
Or – “The Aftermath Of Catwoman’s Demise…”
Last issue ended with a big shock as Selena Kyle, erstwhile superhero and Batman counterpart, was killed to death, shot down by the wicked Secret Society of Super-Villains. How will the fallout effect the League? And, hey… Doesn’t she have her own book? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
So, Catwoman has been caught by the Secret Society, robotic versions of the Justice League have run rampant, and it’s a good bet that Dr. Ivo is behind it all. What does the JLA do? Fly around in the invisible jet of course! Also, a surprise death! More after the jump!
They are the new Justice League of America: Martian Manhunter, Hawkman, Katana, Catwoman, Stargirl, Green Lantern Simon Baz, Green Arrow, and Vibe (yes, THAT Vibe). Brought together by Amanda Waller, they are led by former Justice League liaison, Steve Trevor. However, the Justice League of America serves a greater and sinister purpose: should the original Justice League go rogue, they have the power to stop them.
The new Justice League of America débuts with a whoppingly ridiculous 54 covers, with Geoff Johns on script and David Finch handling art. Will Justice League of America #1 have you declaring “America, F yeah!” or just mumbling “America… ehh… whatever…”? Stoke your patriotic pride as Major Spoilers reviews Justice League of America #1 (this reviewer got the Indiana cover).
DC Comics has released the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in February 2013, that kicks off Justice League of America, and Vibe!
DC Comics has revealed the first two covers of the 52 variant covers for the upcoming Justice League of America #1.
DC Comics has announced it will release Justice League of America with 52 variant covers. With the flood of variants on the way this February, we want to know if you are on board with the idea.
February is a pretty cold month, and is usually the month where Western Kansas sees its greatest snow fall, but nothing is preparing DC Comic fans for the avalanche of variant covers the company plans to release for Justice League of America #1.
DC’s relaunched, revamped and rejiggered universe (the proverbial New 52) is creeping up on the end of it’s first year, and there are rumors of upcoming creative changes, including the possibility of a new art team for their centerpiece title, Justice League.
The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as always “misquoted”) is banded together from remote galaxies, asking:
What artist or art team would you hand-pick to take over Justice League?
Or – “The New Order Ariseth…”
The first six issues of Justice League brought me to a rather unpleasant realization: I really don’t LIKE these characters, certainly not all together in this fashion, and I still find myself disappointed at the anticlimactic end to the war with Darkseid. Will the addition of Green Arrow be the thing that turns the tide?
Justice League #7 brings us ahead five years into the present day after finally ending the Darkseid situation. I felt as if some parts dragged on previously in this series but was a great read overall. Not to mention I was really getting tired of the red hues and shading. Now that our foundation is built, where will the Justice League take us now? Find out more after the jump!