Justice League's Hall of Justice Returns in Metal's Aftermath

A longtime staple of the Justice League will make a return once Dark Nights: Metal concludes. The Hall of Justice will be the team's new base of operations, replacing the Watchtower space station.

The announcement was made Saturday during the DC Publishers panel at WonderCon, where DC revealed creative teams and rosters for new titles Justice League Dark and Justice League Odyssey.

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“From No Justice, we’re spinning a whole new ideology of what Justice League could be, called ‘New Justice,'” writer Scott Snyder told the crowd. The Justice League team will return to operating out of the Hall of Justice — complete with magical portals.

The Hall of Justice came to prominence during the Super Friends animated series of the 1970s, while also making appearances in the comics and other animated projects such as Justice League Unlimited and Young Justice. The Watchtower recently crashed down to Earth during Christopher Priest and Pete Woods' current Justice League story arc, which may also necessitate the need for a new base of operations.

The four-issue miniseries Justice League: No Justice (co-written by Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and Joshua Williamson, with art by Francis Manapul) will serve as the catalyst for DC's new Justice League family of titles. Snyder and artists Jim Cheung and Jorge Jimenez will relaunch Justice League biweekly in June, with Tynion and artists Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez and Brad Anderson on Justice League Dark, and Williamson and artist Stjepan Sejic on Justice League Odyssey, both launching in July.

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