The New Age Of DC Heroes was one of the names given to a line of DC Comics intended to create new characters for the DC Universe, with an emphasis on the line’s artistic talent, giving them co-ownership in the titles they created, first credit in the credits above the writer – and then saw the artists ditch the books for higher profile work like Batman.
Well today’s Justice League Odyssey, involved with all the new worlds released by the fracturing of the Source Wall over in Metal has been getting a little timey-wimey. As the Justice league discover they have been there before or will have been there before…
With Starfire, Cyborg and Azrael…
A New Age of the Multiverse. Not another one?
Which a) totally reminds me of the ending to Alan Moore and Jacen Burrows‘ Providence, b) gives me an ecuse to run that BBC video from when Prime Minister Theresa May called General Election for Great Britain and Northern Ireland and c) Darkseid Is. Messing With Us.
But also makes me wonder what the original first issue of Justice League Odyssey was like. How much, if anything, survived from that version after Stjepan Sejic had to redraw the whole damn thing.
Hmm. I think I’m going to go and find out.
JUSTICE LEAGUE ODYSSEY #1
(W) Joshua Williamson (A/CA) Stjepan Sejic
Spinning out of JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE! When a cosmic menace threatens worlds beyond our own in the Ghost Sector, it falls to a new Justice League team to answer the call to battle! Cyborg, Starfire, Green Lantern Jessica Cruz and an out-of-his-element Azrael head to deep space inside a commandeered Brainiac Skull Ship. But as these wildcard teammates try to break through the impenetrable maelstrom imprisoning the desperate collection of planets, they discover something that nothing in the universe could have prepared them for: Darkseid…who says he’s there to help?! In Shops: Sep 26, 2018 SRP: $3.99
- The Daily LITG, 19th December 2018 – Fairytales In New York - December 19, 2018
- Dark Horse Comics Solicitations for March 2019 Includes Invisible Kingdom, Hellboy: The Art of the Motion Picture and the Elfen Lied Omnibus - December 18, 2018
- Ibrahim Moustafa Joins Jeff Parker on James Bond: Origin - December 18, 2018
- Brian Ruckley to Reboot Transformers for IDW, Twice-Monthly in March 2019 - December 18, 2018
- The Roy/Neal War Continues On Bleeding Cool - December 18, 2018