Source: DC Blog Press Release
Artist Howard Porter won't reveal much but he does tease:
“They're the big five from the Justice League, but in the future. The approach to the designs was that it's a somewhat dystopian, dark future, yet these are the heroes we know from the current DCU. But they had to look a little bit different because of the setting. It was tricky to do the designs, because they still had to be recognizable. You still had to be able to tell who they were, but you had to be able to tell something was off. There was more direction on the individual characters, but some of the choices that I made in the original designs, if I tell you why… it would probably give away some of the surprises.
The Justice League is indeed fully formed and we see them thrown into some pretty intense action by the time you get through the first 6 pages.”
Written by J.M. DeMatteis and Keith Giffen, Justice League 3000 goes on sale December 11.
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