DC Comics recently announced that, following the events of Dark Nights: Metal, comics visionary Scott Snyder will write a four-issue weekly miniseries titled Justice League: No Justice. Now, Snyder is promising that new series and team will spin out from the event, with the identity of the teams being part of the mystery of No Justice.
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“JL: NO JUSTICE is a mini every week of May, rolling in JL, JLA, TT, T and spinning out some new books, some new versions of existing books,” Snyder wrote on Twitter. “Rosters in NO JUSTICE are part of the mystery of that story. No spoilers about teams spinning out after!”
JL: NO JUSTICE is a mini every week of May, rolling in JL, JLA, TT, T and spinning out some new books, some new versions of existing books. Rosters in NO JUSTICE are part of the mystery of that story. No spoilers about teams spinning out after! https://t.co/NE6rpi5GJU
— Scott Snyder (@Ssnyder1835) January 28, 2018
The four comics that Snyder mentions are Justice League (JL), Justice League of America (JLA), Teen Titans (TT) and Titans (T). Details on the various teams and series spinning out from No Justice will likely remain under wraps until the event starts in May.
Justice League: No Justice will see Brainiac advising the Justice League to form four separate teams based on skill to counter a “a cosmic-level threat on the way to destroy Earth.” These teams, which combine iconic heroes and plenty of well-known villains, are Team Mystery: Martian Manhunter, Sinestro, Superman, Starfire and Starro; Team Entropy: Lobo, Lex Luthor, Beast Boy, Batman and Deathstroke; Team Wonder: Raven, Doctor Fate, Zatanna, Wonder Woman and Etrigan the Demon; and Team Wisdom: Cyborg, Harley Quinn, Atom, The Flash and Robin (specified as Damian Wayne).
Christopher Priest and Pete Woods’ current Justice League run will conclude on April 18 with its 43rd issue. Justice League of America by Steve Orlando and a host of different artists is set to conclude on April 11 with its 29th issue.
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Dark Nights: Metal concludes with issue #6, scheduled for March 14. Justice League: No Justice #1 is scheduled for release on May 9.