Wonder Woman Gets Angry In ‘Justice League’ #1 [Preview]
If you read this week's Justice League: Rebirth --- or the pre-Rebirth run on JLA --- then you already know that Bryan Hitch's approach to DC's greatest superheroes tends to favor big action. Monsters coming down from space to tear up buildings and eat people by the thousands, literal Space Gods making the Justice League look like a bunch of dorks, that kind of stuff.
When Hitch and Tony Daniel relaunch Justice League next week, though, we're going to see a different side of the team. See, this time, we're starting with a mission of peace, where Wonder Woman heads to a war-torn battlefield to negotiate a cease-fire. And by "negotiate," I mean "smash up all the tanks with a gigantic magic lightning bolt so that nobody can shoot each other even if they want to." Which, I suppose, is technically pretty peaceful. Check out a preview below!
And here's the official solicitation from DC:
JUSTICE LEAGUE #1
Written by BRYAN HITCH
Art by TONY S. DANIEL and SANDU FLOREA
Cover by TONY S. DANIEL
Variant cover by YANICK PAQUETTE
“THE EXTINCTION MACHINE” Chapter One
The oceans rise. The earth quakes. And an ancient power rises to reclaim not just the world, but the universe itself—and not even the combined might of the Justice League can stop it. An all-new era begins with this epic by comic book legend Bryan Hitch (JLA, The Ultimates) and master storyteller Tony S. Daniel (BATMAN: R.I.P., DEATHSTROKE).
On sale JULY 20 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T