I’ve long been a fan of the Freedom Fighters and would be more than happy to see this team up actually happen.
Three times a week I randomly generate two dates, hunt down covers from those dates and then mash them together and force the results on you lovely people, while giving a hat-tip to the wonderful Super-Team Family blog which has been doing this for years (and a lot better) on an almost daily basis.
Oh, man – what has The Ray done now?
Twice a week I randomly generate two dates and then compare the titles I own from both of them, trying to find some covers that, with a little basic photoshopping, I can mash together, and then I force the results on you lovely people.
By the way, I admit to being HUGELY influenced by the wonderful Super-Team Family blog which has been doing this for years (and a lot better) on an almost daily basis.
I for one think a Crisis is long overdue on this site, so here’s the old Justice League of America meeting the Justice League America.
Happy New Year’s Eve, people!
In recent news, Scott Snyder will be taking over Justice League and starting up a whole bunch of different titles. From the article:
Justice League: No Justice will be written by Scott Snyder, Josh Williamson, and James Tynion IV with art from Frances Manapul, and will run weekly in May. In No Justice, Brainiac arrives on Earth with a warning for DC’s heroes about an impending threat that can only be stopped if the Justice League joins forces with some of DC’s worst villains.
Who’s teaming with whom? Here’s some concept art from Frances Manapul to answer that very question:
I’m calling this team JLAliens (which is completely a call back to the Justice Leagues mini event from 2001) and while it’s nice to see Martian Manhunter back with the League . . . Starro? Really?!
JLMagic (or maybe JLDark again?) with what looks to be Raven on the left, though I may be mistaken.
JLMoney (because they’re all wealthy – wasn’t Changeling/Beast Boy the adopted son of Steve Dayton at some point?). As I don’t keep up with the Superman titles, I hadn’t realised Luthor was still wearing the S-shield.
JLScience? JLNerds? And I guess they had to shoehorn Harley Quinn in there somewhere.
First impression – 5 women out of team of 20? That’s not a brilliant score, is it? Why not Batgirl instead of Robin? Scandal Savage instead of Deathstroke? Soranik Natu instead of Sinestro? Literally any female character instead of Starro?
Second impression – no Green Lantern or Aquaman? Are they not in the League any longer?
Third impression – the uniforms. Because that worked out so well the last time the League went in for that look:
Just saying . . .
Reservations aside, I will, of course, be buying these, as I’m a sucker for the Justice League.
Which is why I own a complete run of Justice League Task Force.