Scott Snyder's Final Justice League Issue Arrives in January
Oct. 18, 2019
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After a year and a half of critically acclaimed stories featuring all the heroes and villains of the DC Multiverse, Scott Snyder's run on Justice League comes to an end this January.
DC Comics has released its advance solicitation information for its titles going on sale this January, including Justice League #39. Hailing from Snyder and longtime collaborator Jorge Jimenez, the issue explores the fallout of the current "Justice/Doom War" storyline. It finds the team stranded in the far reaches of the cosmos after their climactic confrontation with the omnipotent being Perpetua. The cover by Jimenez and solicit information are below.
JUSTICE LEAGUE #39
written by SCOTT SNYDER art by JORGE JIMENEZ cover by TYLER KIRKHAM variant cover by KENNETH ROCAFORT In the wake of the Justice/Doom War, the Justice League finds themselves stranded at the far end of the universe and facing a challenge they’ve never faced before. But what will they find on their journey? Has their battle with Perpetua had consequences reaching farther across the cosmos than they ever imagined? Superstar scribe Scott Snyder says farewell to the Justice League with a special story that both winds down all the things he started in issue #1—and nods toward everything that comes next in the DC Universe. ON SALE 01.15.20 $3.99 US | 32 PAGES FC|DC This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for details.
Snyder's run began spinning out of the events of his crossover epic Dark Nights: Metal with Greg Capullo. The Justice League run, often co-written by James Tynion IV, introduced Lex Luthor leading the Legion of Doom against the team, as the villains teamed up with Perpetua to reshape the Multiverse in their image.
Justice League #39 is written by Scott Snyder and illustrated by Jorge Jimenez. It is scheduled to go on sale January 15 from DC Comics.
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