Connect with us
DC Preview: Justice League #1

Comic Books

DC Preview: Justice League #1

The oceans rise. The earth quakes. And an ancient power rises to reclaim not just the world, but the universe itself—and not even the combined might of the Justice League can stop it. An all-new era begins with this epic by comic book legend Bryan Hitch (JLA, The Ultimates) and master storyteller Tony S. Daniel (BATMAN: R.I.P., DEATHSTROKE).

Justice League #1

JUSTICE LEAGUE Cv1 by Tony S Daniel and Tomeu Morey
Written by: Bryan Hitch
Art by: Sandu Florea, Tony S. Daniel
Cover by: Tony S. Daniel
Variant cover by: Yanick Paquette

Listen to the latest episode of our weekly comics podcast!

JUSTICE LEAGUE Cv1 variant by Yanick Paquette and Nathan Fairbairn

JUSTL_1_1

JUSTL_1_2-3

JUSTL_1_4

JUSTL_1_5

Join the AIPT Patreon

Want to take our relationship to the next level? Become a patron today to gain access to exclusive perks, such as:

  • ❌ Remove all ads on the website
  • 💬 Join our Discord community, where we chat about the latest news and releases from everything we cover on AIPT
  • 📗 Access to our monthly book club
  • 📦 Get a physical trade paperback shipped to you every month
  • 💥 And more!
Sign up today
Comments

In Case You Missed It

Marvel reveals 'X-Factor' creative team and more, out in August 2024 Marvel reveals 'X-Factor' creative team and more, out in August 2024

Marvel reveals ‘X-Factor’ creative team and more, out in August 2024

Comic Books

Marvel reveals ‘Wolverine’ creative team and more, out in September 2024 Marvel reveals ‘Wolverine’ creative team and more, out in September 2024

Marvel reveals ‘Wolverine’ creative team and more, out in September 2024

Comic Books

X-Men Monday #250 - 'From the Ashes' Era Preview With Tom Brevoort X-Men Monday #250 - 'From the Ashes' Era Preview With Tom Brevoort

X-Men Monday #250 – ‘From the Ashes’ Era Preview With Tom Brevoort

Comic Books

Tom King talks 'Wonder Woman' #9 and the future of Trinity Tom King talks 'Wonder Woman' #9 and the future of Trinity

Tom King talks ‘Wonder Woman’ #9 and the future of Trinity

Comic Books

Connect
Newsletter Signup