It usually takes a week for the best Con gossip to reach me. And right on schedule comes this little gem.
Dan DiDio told retailers a month ago that Nicola Scott had an upcoming project at DC Comics. But word from late night San Diego bar gossip is that the project is with James Robinson (no longer writing the Hawkman relaunch) and it’s the much puzzled over Justice Society Of America.
DC has made it clear that Superman and the JLA are the new DCU’s first superheroes, leaving no room for a World War II team transposed to the present day. It appeared they had been written out of continuity.
But there are plans, it seems, not to abandon it entirely. And they’re coming back. I don’t know how, I don’t know who, I don’t know when. All I’ve been told is Scott and Robinson on JSA…
And could it feature the S.T.R.I.P.E. seen right?
Pocket universe anyone?
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