Written by IvCNuB4
on Monday, December 16 2013 and posted in Previews
More hints on the Crime Syndicate's hooded prisoner
Source: Newsarama / ComicBookMovie.com
DC has released an early preview for Justice League #26. As with previous issues that featured individual Crime Syndicate members, this issue spotlights Grid.
The DC solicit reads:
A FOREVER EVIL tie-in! Why has the Crime Syndicate really come to our Earth? What are their darkest secrets? And how will their actions fundamentally change the Justice League as we know it? Meanwhile, Grid controls the world’s power and communications, but what does he truly want from the Syndicate? Plus, a member of the League struggling to survive plots a path of return...and revenge.
Written by: Geoff Johns
Art by: Ivan Reis (pencils); Joe Prado, Eber Ferreira, Rob Hunter, Andy Lanning (Inks)
Cover by: Ivan Reis, Joe Prado
Variant Cover by: Aaron Kuder
On sale: December 24, 2013
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