Wonder Woman Bursts Into Action in Jim Lee Variant Cover

Jim Lee Wonder Woman

Jim Lee has unveiled a new variant cover for an upcoming issue of Justice League, this time spotlighting Wonder Woman.

After drawing a Hawkgirl cover for Justice League #3, Lee has turned his attention to the Amazonian princess for his latest variant, which depicts Diana wielding a sword and shield as she charges into battle.

Arriving next month, the issue teases dark secrets from the histories of The Flash, Green Lantern and Martian Manhunter coming to light for the first time. As the other members of DC's premier team rallies to save their teammates, humanity turns to the Legion of Doom for salvation as the multiverse begins to unravel.

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Relaunched earlier this month by writer Scott Snyder and artist Jim Cheung, the new Justice League and its lead-in miniseries Justice League: No Justice has explored the fallout from the finale of Dark Nights: Metal, in which the Justice League shattered the Source Wall surrounding the DC Universe. With the wall breached, the multiverse stands at a risk of extinction from threats far beyond the explored universe.

However, even with these new threats, Wonder Woman doesn't looking to be backing down anytime soon.

Justice League #4, written by Scott Snyder and illustrated by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez, is on sale on July 18 from DC.

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