Announced at the Evolution Championship Series 2013 (Evo '13), Netherealm announced that the first DLC character for the second half of Injustice: Gods Amongst Us would be, the Martian Manhunter!!! But that's not all, as the company also revealed that Green Lantern would be getting a new skin: none other than John Stewart.
Both characters will be voiced by their Justice League/JLU voice actors Carl Lumbly and Phil LaMarr. With the John Stewart skin announced, this opens the door wide open for other characters to join the game. Will we see Guy Gardner? Supergirl? Bizzaro? Cassandra Cain? Okay the latter is probably never EVER gonna happen. But a reporter can dream can't he?!
Here's the trailer for the two new characters to Injustice: Gods Amongst Us:
As for when the DLC for these two will be available? No release date was set, but should assume it could be VERY SOON. We'll keep you updated when more news and DLC is announced.
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