DC Comics announced today that Batman Eternal artist Jason Fabok will take over art duties on Justice League beginning with Justice League #36 in November. The news was revealed on Buzzfeed, but that site ranks somewhere between Limp Bizkit and Nazi Germany on the list of most evil organizations of all time, so we got it from CBR instead. Fabok succeeds Jim Lee, Ivan Reis, and Doug Mahnke on the title, three artists who surely have better things to do than illustrate stories Geoff Johns comes up with while playing with his action figures. Fabok started in the industry in 2010, which means he still has enough will to live to withstand the writing of Johns, who never matured intellectually past the age of fourteen. Asked for comment, DC Vice President of Talent Relations Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear explained that young artists could better tolerate working with Johns, while the older, more established DC artists need to rest.
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