The artist provided a one page preview for the second year of Justice League
In the back of today's Justice League #12 (after the Superman/Wonder Woman makeout page) is a preview for the book's second year. Set up much like other "preview pages" used by writer Geoff Johns in his other books, the page is divided up into four panels, each showing a scene from upcoming plotlines.
While we won't spoil the page's content (although two of the storylines have already been openly discussed by DC), it is notable that Ivan Reis, Johns' collaborator on Aquaman, provided the artwork for the page. It's been rumored that Reis will be moving over to Justice League when Jim Lee leaves the book around issue #16, and this seems to be the strongest confirmation that he'll be moving along to greener pastures.
What this means for Aquaman is still unclear. Rich Johnston, Bleeding Cool's chief rumor dispenser and third class wizard, has stated that Johns will be leaving the book in order to work on Justice League of America. He's probably right on that regard.
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