With a major holiday in the United States, most entertainment news is pretty slow today -- and what's there is basically sales (like the one ComiXology is having on DC's Rebirth titles!)
We're here to provide a little good, old-fashioned superhero escapism, though (along with that little bit of consumerism above, that is), in the form of an exclusive look at next week's Justice League of America #10 from writer/artist Bryan Hitch.
Hitch, currently busy with the Rebirth version of Justice League, had help on the script from Tony Bedard and on the art from Tom Derenick.
The series, which informs Justice League but the events of which aren't entirely necessary to understand the new book, was seemingly cancelled, then resolicited. Many fans had speculated that it would simply never finish its originally-planned 12-issue arc.
Because of the pre-Rebirth nature of the title, this marks one of the first times since his death that the New 52 Superman has appeared in a DC title.
You can check out the preview pages in the attached image gallery, and the solicitation text below.
The League members in the ancient past catch up with those in the present, and the whole future is at stake! The League thought they had beaten Rao, at great personal cost, but his final solution for the people of Earth is far more than even The League can stand against.
Justice League of America #10 is due in stores on Wednesday, November 30. You can get a copy at your local comic shop or pre-order a digital copy soon.
This series is not tied to the forthcoming Justice League of America relaunch set to spin out of the Justice League vs. Suicide Squad event.