Bendis posted a piece of interior art from the upcoming colliding of worlds to Instagram. The page sees Superboy fighting alongside Kingdom Come's Superman, Alan Scott's Green Lantern taking note of Teen Lantern's skills with her power ring, as well as Power Girl fighting alongside Wonder Woman. Additionally, Wonder Girl, Amethyst, Jinny Hex and Impulse are all present and accounted for.
Late last month, Bendis revealed plans for this crossover, teasing an adventure that would see the Young Justice team lost in the multiverse, ultimately ending up in the Kingdom Come continuity. From Mark Waid and Alex Ross, the original four-issue Kingdom Come series was published released by DC in 1996 under the Elseworlds imprint.
The beloved series takes place in the future, portraying the conflict between the out-of-touch superheroes of old and a new breed of reckless vigilantes. Based on Bendis' sneak preview, it's safe to assume this crossover with similarly follow a theme of clashing generations.
Written by Brian Michael Bendis with art by John Timms, Young Justice #7 goes on sale July 10 from DC Comics.