DC has unveiled the new logo for Justice League, ahead of the comic's relaunch next month by writer Scott Snyder and artists Jorge Jimenez, Jim Cheung and Mark Morales.
"Really really happy with the new JL logo," Snyder wrote on Twitter, "has the feel of what we're going for. Thanks to DC for the support. Excited." The new logo can be viewed in context on Jock's variant cover for the debut issue.
— jock (@Jock4twenty) May 10, 2018
Announced in March, the biweekly series spins out of the events of Justice League: No Justice and DC Nation #0, features a lineup of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, Green Lantern John Stewart, Martian Manhunter and Cyborg. The series will feature a "Trinity," but it won't be the one readers are accustomed to seeing.
“On our team, that dynamic is Kendra, J’onn and John Stewart,” Snyder told CBR in March. “All of them are facing mysteries about their own nature. Kendra starts to realize that her origin, who she is, what she’s capable of, is different than what she thought — she’s missing memories. John Stewart starts to realize that the Guardians have hidden things from him because of his skillset, what he’s supposed to do. He might have been a soldier for them in ways he didn’t realize. Then Martian Manhunter realizes that after the end of the Source Wall, the mysteries that are unfolding before him might be saying something about him, too.”
Look for a new interview with Snyder about Justice League later today on CBR. Justice League #1 goes on sale June 6 from DC.
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