Justice League 3001. Volume 1 Déjà vu all over again

Justice League 3001. Volume 1 Déjà vu all over again

by written by Keith Giffen, JM DeMatteis ; art by Howard Porter, Andy Kuhn, Scott Kolins, Colleen Doran ; color by Hi-Fi ; letters by Rob Leigh, Marilyn Patrizio ; collection cover art by Scott Kolins
22nd March, 2016

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The Justice League's wildest year yet, from superstar creative team KEITH GIFFEN (LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES), J.M. DEMATTEIS (JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA) and HOWARD PORTER (JLA)!

Thanks to Wonder Twins Terry and Teri Magnus, the original JL's DNA has been resurrected in 31st-century bodies. Their powers may be on the fritz and their memories may be patchy, but Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash and Green Lantern are, well, trying their best.

Since they were brought together a year ago, the team has endured countless threats, endless in-house bickering, death, rebirth, death again, and various states in between. But now things are really getting serious: Starro, one of the original League's oldest enemies, has enslaved an entire planet's population-legally.

Meanwhile, it's becoming obvious to everyone except the Justice League that their leader, Ariel Masters, is, in fact, trying to kill them, and old friends from the distant past are making their mysterious reappearances (and having some very mixed feelings about the whole thing). Not to mention there's a new Gal Gardner in town.

Collects JUSTICE LEAGUE 3000 #14-15, JUSTICE LEAGUE 3001 #1-6 and DC SNEAK PEEK: JUSTICE LEAGUE 3001 #1.

Details & Specs

Author: Keith Giffen J M DeMatteis Howard Porter Andy Kuhn Scott Kolins Colleen Doran Rob Leigh Marilyn Patrizio Hi-Fi Colour Design

Publisher: DC Comics

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9781401261481

Publication Date: 22nd March, 2016

Pages: 192

Dimensions: 259 x 170 x 8 mm

Notes: Colour Illustrations

Availability: Not available publisher indicates OP

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