Doug Mahnke won't be separated from Geoff Johns for long. In an afterwards to Green Lantern #20, the finale to Geoff Johns' mammoth run on the series, Johns announced that Mahnke, his longtime art partner on Green Lantern, would be replacing David Finch as the artist on Justice League of America. Mahnke was already solicited as the artist for Justice League of America #6 and #7, but it appears that the move will be a permanent one.
Mahnke is (in my humble opinion) DC's strongest artist, so I'm glad he's being put of one of DC's top-selling books. It should also take care of those pesky delays that have plagued Justice League of America in recent months.
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