New Creative Team for “Justice League” Comic Book

DC Comics has announced that the “Justice League” comic book title will be getting a new creative team – Christopher Priest and Pete Woods.

“I am really excited and very intimidated by the opportunity to step onto DC’s largest stage – the Festival of Big Gun Characters Priest Has Never Before Been Invited To Write,” Priest shares. “It is my goal to mine a bit of new ore from this 50+ year old franchise by taking the tack Geoff Johns and I developed for Deathstroke: a ‘real world’ approach and exploring the characters’ humanity introspectively.”

“I cannot express enough how excited I am to be working with Christopher on the Justice League!” Woods explained. “The story we’ve got in store is something I think is a unique take. We want to give readers a different angle on the characters, their relationships, and just what it means to be a member of the Justice League.”

Look for the new creative team’s first issue – “Justice League #34” – to land in stores on December 6, 2017.

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Kal L
Kal L
September 16, 2017 2:44 am

I like the fact that Christopher Priest is taking over the writing duties, however I’m not a fan of Pete Woods previous work. I hope that his style has grown and changed since the last time he worked on a Superman related title.