DC Comics Prepare For Their Next Big Event Justice League: No Justice

The upcoming mini-series Justice League: No Justice is the follow up to the just concluded Dark Knights: Metal and is poised to establish major changes in the DC Universe. The series looks to have iconic DC characters split up into different teams that promises to provide some very interesting character interactions.

If you’ve read the recently concluded Dark Knights: Metal (you really should), then you know that one of the major ramifications of that story was the fracturing of the multiverse as we know it. As a result of the actions of the Justice League taken in order to hold back the onslaught of malicious hordes from the Darkverse, the fabled Source Wall has been breached.

The breach has led to the arrival of near omnipotent, cosmic beings named Mystery, Wonder, Wisdom and Entropy. These beings feed off the immense energy stored within planets and it looks like their next target is the planet Colu – home of the supervillain Braniac.

With the incoming arrival of these cosmic beings threatening his home planet, Braniac enlist (or rather coerces) the likes of the Justice League and a number of other superbeings to assist him and battle these near invincible foes. Judging from some of the preview artwork, fans can expect some really unusual alliances (Starro anyone?)

The series will be written by Scott Snyder, Joshua Williamson, and James Tynion IV with art by Francis Manapul and Marcus To. Following the events of No Justice, Justice League, Justice League Dark, and Justice League Odyssey will be launched soon after.

The ongoing Justice League book will be written by Scott Snyder and drawn by artists Jim Cheung and Jorge Jimenez. Justice League Dark will be created by James Tynion IV with art by Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez and Brad Anderson. And finally, Justice League Odyssey is written by Joshua Williamson with art by Stjepan Sejic.

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Joseph Marcas

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