DC Comics Sets The Stage For “Justice League Of America #1” Written By Geoff Johns With 52 Variant COVERS!


DC Comics is all in for this new comic.  How you ask?  Well, how about 52 variant covers, featuring the individual flags of all 50 states, Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C for the historic first issue?   (The top 10 prebooked states are: 1. Texas, 2. California, 3. New York, 4. Puerto Rico, 5. Ohio, 6. New Jersey, 7. Pennsylvania, 8. Michigan, 9. Illinois, 10. North Carolina).  Good news for true collectors, (with deep pockets) is that you can also order a shrink wrapped pack of the standard edition of JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #1 plus all 52 variant covers!

Written by the legendary Geoff Johns and with art by David Finch this is the launch of an all new team of superheroes.


You may be surprised at the cast which includes, Katana, Stargirl, Vibe, Martian Manhunter, Green Arrow, new Green Lantern Simon Baz, Hawkman, and Catwoman. but rest assured, they are ready for action.


Johns has been talking to everyone about this series and here is what he had to say to MTV GEEK.  “When I was thinking about whether or not a second Justice League title would work, essentially, I wanted to make sure that if I was going to write another team book it was had it’s own point of view, its own purpose both creatively and in the bigger DC Universe, so the Justice League has been positioned as like the A-list, the big iconic superheroes, and the Justice League of America is a very different team. As evident by the initial lineup, it’s not a team of A-listers. I think the biggest A-lister on there is probably Green Arrow, who knows it and flaunts it a little on the team. But the team is built with potential and that’s really what I wanted to dive into because I’ve always loved the big heroes, I love the big seven. Batman’s great, Superman’s great, but there is something that I’ve always really enjoyed about getting into characters that you might not have looked twice at. Green Lantern, before we relaunched it with our rebirth, I think we obviously expanded the fan base of the character. Working on JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA, I like delving into characters like Mr. Terrific and Doctor Midnight that people might not know very well, they might have heard of, but their judgment is a little quick. It’s the same thing as Aquaman and so I wanted to create a team of characters that people would look at and wonder what the hell we are doing. In a good way hopefully. I wanted to create a group of characters that had potential and it’s all about unlocking potential for me. The characters that I really enjoy writing and I gravitate towards are characters that might at first glance feel less than other superheroes and that’s the whole point of the Justice League of America. It’s all about finding characters who you have low expectations for and hopefully they surprise you both in story and in the universe. Designing this book to be all about finding the potential in you no matter who you are is what, for me, makes the book a lot of fun to work on.”


 John also spoke to NEWSARAMA and teased this about the story line.

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA has its own big storyline and its own big world its creating that starts right off with issue #1 and delves into a darker corner of the DC Universe that we have yet to explore, and that’s going to be villains. That’s a big piece of what the JLA is. It will play a big role in Trinity War, but a big role in the DC Universe after that as well. We’ve got it planned out through 2013 and beyond.”


Head to a comic book store near you on February 6th to get in on the ground floor of something special.


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