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The talk of the town this week is that Wonder Woman 2‘s main villain is likely to be Cheetah. Emma Stone has apparently already turned down the role, but Kristen Wiig is currently top choice. No news on whether she’ll have to do an English accent if she gets the part.
Somewhere on the horizon there’s the horrific prospect of a sequel to Metal called No Justice.
Out of the ashes of Dark Nights: Metal, new Justice League and Teen Titans teams are born from the events of Scott Snyder’s Justice League: No Justice!
The cataclysmic events of Dark Nights: Metal has seen the universe’s balance of power snap. Brainiac arrives on Earth with a dire warning for the Justice League: there’s a threat coming to destroy Earth, one that the heroes are ill-equipped to handle. But the combined forces of Justice League, the Justice League of America, the Titans, Teen Titans and… the villains of the DCU certainly don’t think so. Splitting into different squads, including Batman, Lobo, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, Deathstroke, Superman, The Flash, Harley Quinn, Robin and more, these new Leagues must stop one of their gravest threats ever.
Written by Scott Snyder, Joshua Williamson (The Flash) and James Tynion IV (Detective Comics) with sublime art by Francis Manapul (Trinity)
I realise I probably missed the second issue of that Titans ‘trial of Donna Troy‘ storyline a couple of weeks ago. I don’t think I’ve missed much, though. So I’ll just focus on yesterday’s releases. Wonder Woman #41 continues James Robinson’s ambition to get every foe Wonder Woman has ever faced in her 75+ year history into the Rebirth universe, largely by talking about them a lot. Meanwhile, Diana gets insulted by a milkman a lot, as Milk Wars continues in Doom Patrol-Justice League of America #1.
Both of those after the jump.
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