Replace: Courtesy of DC, listed here are first seems to be at December’s Justice Society of America #2 and Stargirl: The Misplaced Youngsters #2, each written by Geoff Johns.
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Stargirl: The Misplaced Youngsters is a six-issue sequence with artwork and covers by Todd Nauck. In its second subject, “Stargirl and Pink Arrow observe down the mysterious island Courtney noticed in her imaginative and prescient. However can the pair of heroes find Wing and some other lacking heroes or will they be captured by the creature who claims this island as their very own?”
December 20’s Stargirl: The Misplaced Youngsters #2 options variant covers by Mike Maihack and Sean “Cheeks” Galloway together with a Vacation variant cowl by Crystal Kung seen under together with Nauck’s major cowl right here.
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Justice Society of America is the brand new long-awaited ongoing sequence that includes DC’s unique WWII-era superteam, which options artwork by Mikel Janín, who additionally illustrates covers.
In December 27’s Justice Society of America #2, “Huntress has arrived within the current day, however the Justice Society of America usually are not what she remembers. Can she resolve what’s occurred to the world’s first superhero crew? Will the helmet of Destiny maintain the solutions Huntress seeks?”
The problem will even characteristic variant covers by Yanick Paquette, Tom Raney, and Janín
Each sequence are a part of what DC is asking its “New Golden Age” that kicks off in an eponymous November one-shot additionally written by Johns following on the heels of his present Flashpoint Past sequence.
Preserve studying for far more details about The New Golden Age #1, Stargirl: The Misplaced Youngsters, and Justice Society of America.
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The Justice Society of America is again – not just in the upcoming Black Adam movie, however in comics, too, as a few of DC’s greatest heavy-hitters increase on the crew’s reintroduction in Darkish Disaster on Infinite Earths for an ongoing sequence set to debut in November (lastly).
Forward of releasing its full November solicitations, DC has introduced three new titles from author Geoff Johns: one-shot The New Golden Age #1, restricted sequence Stargirl: The Misplaced Youngsters, and maybe most notable and shocking and long-awaited, a brand new ongoing JSA sequence.
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Within the aftermath of Flashpoint Past, The New Golden Age #1 “will unlock DC’s epic and secret-ridden historical past of heroism” by launching this new group of titles. The complete timeline of the DC Universe is in danger and by some means characters Mime and Marionette are related – as are Rip Hunter and the Time Masters, in addition to a mysterious determine DC has named Nostalgia.
“I am glad to be writing these two titles, every one in all them targeted on celebrating and increasing the historical past (and much future) of heroism within the DC Universe, exploring unseen heroes, villains, and adventures alongside those everyone knows and love,” Johns says within the announcement.
“Our aim is to delve into the uncared for corners of DC with this new group of titles, from the JSA to the Legion, and all those that function between. It is the story of the place superheroes got here from, the place they are going and why they’re at all times wanted.”
The New Golden Age #1 will characteristic artwork by Steve Lieber, Jerry Ordway, and Diego Olortegui, with covers by Mikel Janín, Gary Frank, Todd Nauck, Michael Allred, David Talaski, and Dan Hipp. It goes on sale November 8.
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Subsequent on the slate is Stargirl: The Misplaced Youngsters, a six-issue restricted sequence wherein teenage heroes from the Golden Age are disappearing left and proper, as found by Stargirl and Pink Arrow. These heroes are apparently being focused by the disturbingly-named Childminder.
“There’s nothing I get extra gratitude from than persevering with the legacy of my sister with Stargirl. And to do it with Todd is a blessing as we introduce DC’s secret Golden Age of teenage heroes in a enjoyable mini-event,” Johns says.
Stargirl: The Misplaced Youngsters #1 debuts November 8, with sequence and major cowl artwork by Todd Nauck and variants by Crystal Kung and Mayo ‘Sen’ Naito. Get a primary look under.
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Though Johns has written for DC for many years, it has been a while since he labored on an ongoing sequence for the writer. That stated, his work has been massively influential, significantly relating to the Justice League of America.
Johns and David Goyer’s work on the 1999-2006 JSA ongoing, which featured artwork from Stephen Sadowski, Alan Davis, and others, utterly altered the material of the crew created by editor Sheldon Mayer and author Gardner Fox within the ’40s. In Johns and Goyer’s run, Black Adam became a member of the team and shifted his total roll within the DC Universe from complete villain to semi-anti-hero – no less than, for some time.
Now, Justice Society of America: The New Golden Age Half One will see a “long-lost” JSA hero enter the up to date DCU with a dire warning a few mysterious enemy invading the crew’s historical past, but it surely’s seemingly too late to do something about it.
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…or is it? The newly-formed JSA should defeat this villain, however there are lots of questions at play that solely the Time Masters can reply.
“There might be acquainted faces re-joining the crew, like Jay Garrick and Alan Scott, in addition to long-lost members returning, like Beth Chapel and Yolanda Montez, and a brand new Golden Age legacy hero first hinted at ultimately of Flashpoint Past. Mikel Janín is doing the work of his profession on this,” Johns says within the announcement.
Along with a script by Johns, Justice Society of America will characteristic artwork by Janín. The primary subject will go on sale November 22, with covers by Janín, Yanick Paquette, Joe Quinones, Jerry Ordway, and Steve Lieber.
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Search for DC’s full November 2022 solicitations later this month on Newsarama.
The JSA is without doubt one of the best superhero teams of all time.