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Tom Taylor writing JSA book set in the ‘Injustice’ universe?

So Tom Taylor is definitely writing a JSA book at DC Comics, right?

After another week of a flurry of teases froM Tom Taylor, it appears his big DC Comics announcement involves the Justice Society of America and possibly a mashup of that and Injustice. After teasing Amazing-Man two days ago, Taylor posted more teases that spelled out JSA on his Instagram account. He also teased some images of Nightwing, Batman, and Superman.

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Even DC Comics got in on the fun with their DCNation Twitter account tweeting about it.

The “A” was posted today which came with some quoted text by Taylor which reads: “I think it could have been different. If they were still here.”

Considering the JSA has shown up in multiple DC Comics books, mostly written by Scott Snyder, it wouldn’t be a shock to see their use although many on the internet are guessing it’s connected to the Injustice universe.

If they’re right, I’d suggest picking up Injustice: Gods Among Us Year One: The Complete Collection soon to catch up before Taylor’s reveal becomes true.

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