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DC Comics and Rooster Teeth join forces for 'RWBY/Justice League'
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DC Comics and Rooster Teeth join forces for ‘RWBY/Justice League’

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DC Comics announced today Marguerite Bennett and artists Aneke, Stephanie Pepper, and Emanuela Lupacchino are kicking off a seven-issue monthly series that’ll bring Team RWBY to face off against the Justice League.

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RWBY/Justice League introduces fans of manga and superheroes to the Bruce Wayne, Clark Kent and Diana Prince of Remnant, fighting with Team RWBY. A new Grimm is running rampant across the island of Patch, and Ruby and Yang must team up with a young red and blue-clad farm boy to stop it! Meanwhile, Blake meets a mysterious woman who’s suddenly appeared on Menagerie, but her purpose for being there remains a secret. And why does she act like she hasn’t been around modern society?

Along with the announcement, DC Comics has revealed new character designs from Mirka Andolfo. Check those out below.

Don’t miss the cover by Mirka Andolfo below!

DC Comics and Rooster Teeth join forces for 'RWBY/Justice League'

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For more info, read the official DC Comics press release below.

Following the fun and excitement of comic book limited series like gen:LOCK and the first RWBY, Rooster Teeth and DC are joining forces once again, this time to combine the worlds of their popular anime/manga series with the World’s Greatest Super Heroes in RWBY/Justice League, a weekly Digital First series debuting on participating digital platforms such as Comixology, Amazon Kindle and Apple on Tuesday, March 9, with new chapters released every week. RWBY/Justice League will also be released in print as a monthly seven-issue series, launching Tuesday, April 27. Each print issue will contain two digital chapters.

Written by Marguerite Bennett (Future State: Kara Zor-El, Superwoman, RWBY, DC Comics Bombshells) and featuring art by Aneke (Future State: Batgirls), Stephanie Pepper (The Mummy) and Emanuela Lupacchino (Future State: Gotham City Sirens, Birds of Prey), this seven-issue monthly miniseries brings Team RWBY face to face with DC’s paragons of justice.

RWBY/Justice League introduces fans of manga and superheroes to the Bruce Wayne, Clark Kent and Diana Prince of Remnant, fighting with Team RWBY. A new Grimm is running rampant across the island of Patch, and Ruby and Yang must team up with a young red and blue-clad farm boy to stop it! Meanwhile, Blake meets a mysterious woman who’s suddenly appeared on Menagerie, but her purpose for being there remains a secret. And why does she act like she hasn’t been around modern society?

Featuring a stunning cover by Mirka Andolfo (RWBY, Harley Quinn, Green Arrow, Wonder Woman) and a card stock variant cover by Simone Di Meo (Future State: Harley Quinn), this unique team up is sure to be a hit with fans of superheroes and manga alike!

For more information on RWBY, check out the series homepage at www.roosterteeth.com/series/rwby. For information on Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and the World’s Greatest Super Heroes, check out the DC Comics website at www.dccomics.com, and follow on social media @DCComics and @thedcnation.

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