The Justice League heads to Canada this April in JUSTICE LEAGUE UNITED written by Jeff Lemire.
Lemire spoke with USA TODAY about his plans for the series, the team members, and the setting which will weave between outer-space and his home turf, Canada. In the interview, Lemire describes what he has planned for the story as "very much a swashbuckling, world-jumping space adventure."
Lex Luthor, Superman’s arch nemesis, is front and center on the cover of JUSTICE LEAGUE #30 drawn by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado. Luthor joins the team following the events of this spring’s conclusion of FOREVER EVIL.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS announced the news and spoke with prolific writer Geoff Johns about what this means for Luthor and the new team dynamic.
CLASSIC MAD DEPT.
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read JUSTICE LEAGUE 3000 #2 and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
Before the newly formed Justice League can figure out what happened to their memories, the Cadmus Corporation controlling their mission sends them into the darkness of Commonwealth space. And it’s not just their memories that seem half-formed. Their powers aren’t exactly what they remember them to be, either. A Superman that can’t fly? A Green Lantern without a ring?
CLASSIC MAD DEPT.
FONEBONE FRIDAY DEPT.
Last night marked the return of Arrow, the smash-hit CW television series focusing on the Emerald Archer and starring Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy, David Ramsey, Emily Bett Rickards, Willa Holland, and a whole lot of abs.
Season 1 rocked our faces off with a compelling tale, awesome action, and a super badass villain in the form of Malcolm Merlyn (dude caught an arrow one-handed like it was no big deal)—not to mention majorly changing the status quo at the end by killing off a main character and destroying half the Glades.
DON’T FIRE UNTIL YOU SEE THE WHITES OF THEIR EGGS DEPT.
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