DC Comics announces two new Justice League titles and new Teen Titans creative team

The ranks of the Justice League grow this summer as Damian Wayne builds a new team of teenage heroes.

Justice League Dark Featured

Things are getting a pretty big shakeup in the world of DC Comics premier teams. Following the reveals concerning the Scott Snyder led Justice League, the publisher has revealed their further plans for the Justice League line.

During their first live-streamed panel at Wonder Con, DC Comics, through Snyder, two all-new Justice League titles in the form of Justice League Dark and Justice League Odyssey that follow this summer’s Justice League: No Justice miniseries and are written by Snyder’s No Justice cowriters James Tynion IV and Joshua Williamson.

Justice League Dark

Justice League Dark features a team of Zatana, Man-Bat, Swamp Thing, Detective Chimp and team-leader Wonder Woman from the creative team of Tynion, Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez and Brad Anderson.

Justice League Odyssey

Justice League Odyssey comes from the creative team of Williamson and Stjepan Sejic and has a cast made up of Cyborg, Starfire, Jessica Cruz/Green Lantern and Azrael with Darkseid along in some capacity.

These new series pick up on all the changes to the DC Universe and the teams that will come out of Snyder’s Dark Nights: Metal event and the aforementioned Justice League: No Justice which pairs up heroes and villains from the League and other teams to fight off a threat that Brainiac brings to their attention.

Teen Titans

Following the Justice League reveals, Snyder also announced the brand new creative team of Adam Glass and Bernard Chang for Teen Titans. Damian Wayne/Robin will remain the leader of the team alongside current members Wally West/Kid Flash and Emiko Queen/Red Arrow and they will be joined by a slew of brand new characters including one that is said to be the daughter of the bounty hunter Czarnian, Lobo.

The previously announced June Teen Titans Special #01 will work as a sort of new number one for the series before it’s followed by Teen Titans #20 (the current creative team leaves with issue 19) in July.


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