Professor Ray Palmer was secretly working on a problem deep within the nano-structure of the timeline. He shrank down beyond the atomic level to investigate, leaving behind a size-changing belt for Ryan Choi that was tethered to his own. What Ray found was the Microverse, the foundation of all reality. Ryan has since been unable to receive a signal from Ray… until now.
Accompanied by Batman, Lobo, and Frost, Ryan and the Justice League of America enter the Microverse, but their transport is attacked and crash-lands. While fighting their assailants, the JLA are aided by a mysterious figure bearing the other size-changing belt. Is it Ray Palmer?
CBR has your exclusive first look at DC Comics' Justice League of America #13, written by Steve Orlando and illustrated by Ivan Reis. In stores August 30th, 2017.
Justice League of America #13
- Steve Orlando (w) • Ivan Reis (a)
- Cover: Ivan Reis
- Variant Cover: Doug Mahnke
- “CRISIS IN THE MICROVERSE” part two! Disaster strikes when the JLA’s shrink ship crashes on a strange world, where the team encounters a mysterious being who claims a connection to the missing Ray Palmer. But nobody’s going anywhere without the help of Shahn-Zi, a sentient planet with the power to find Palmer.
- Rating: Teen
- In Shops: August 30th, 2017
- SRP: $2.99