DC Announces Scott Snyder led “Justice League: No Justice”

March 14th marks the end of DC’s blockbuster event Dark Knights: Metal. The mini series explored the Dark Multiverse and saw a team of twisted, evil Batmen from different worlds team up to spread death and destruction across the main DC Universe.

Fans have been speculating what could come next for their flagship characters after such an event, and today DC gave us an answer.

Premiering on May 9, 2018 a four-part weekly series titled Justice League: No Justice will see Brainiac coming to warn the world’s greatest superheroes that there is a threat coming that not even they are prepared for.

The story is being penned by a talented group of writers including: Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, and Joshua Williamson; with art being handled by Francis Manapul who stated he is “laying out the biggest action of his life.”

Justice League: No Justice will lay the ground work for a new group of Justice League titles written by the aforementioned talent with the flagship Justice League being handled by Scott Snyder.

A gallery of promotional art can be found below (click image to enlarge).

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I am a comedian and journalist who has loved comics for as long as I can remember. I am honored to be able to share my opinions on the stories I love with an audience and promise to bring you fast, accurate news on all things nerd.
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