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COMIC PREVIEW: Your first look at Justice League #23

August 2nd, 2013 by Christopher Williams Comments

By now, you know that “Trinity War” won’t end with the superheroes of the DC Universe celebrating their defeat of evil. In fact, this groundbreaking crossover event will directly pave the path for September’s Villains Month and the villain-centric miniseries, FOREVER EVIL.

But how will all of this go down? You’ll have to wait until the conclusion of “Trinity War” in the pages of JUSTICE LEAGUE #23 to find out – but to hold you over, we’re giving you an exclusive first look at Ivan Reis’ awesome interior artwork for this game-changing issue!

“It’s been a huge pleasure working with both of them,” Reis recently told THE LOS ANGELES TIMES’ HERO COMPLEX about collaborating with fellow “Trinity War” artists Doug Mahnke and Mikel Janin. “They are fantastic artists, each one with their own distinctive style and strengths. But the best thing of it all is that you have the chance to learn a lot, following other artists’ work process and trade art tips and stuff. So at the end of the day, it’s like you’re back in school learning new things from awesome artists.”

As for what’s specifically in store for JUSTICE LEAGUE #23? “The only thing I can say is that it is soooooooo DAMN COOL! There will be so many important moments going on!” Reis teased to COMIC VINE.

For more from Ivan Reis about drawing JUSTICE LEAGUE and “Trinity War,” check out some of the recent interviews that ran with the artist in THE LOS ANGELES TIMES’ HERO COMPLEX, MTV GEEK, NERDIST, and COMIC VINE. And don’t forget to pick up the final chapter of “Trinity War” when JUSTICE LEAGUE #23 lands in stores on August 28th!



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Christopher is self-billed as the World's Coolest Nerd (meaning he wears glasses and is clumsy, but he never earned good marks in school). He loves all things Star Wars and superhero related such as comics, books, cartoons and movies. He's a husband and father who somehow manages to keep up with his pastimes since his day job mainly consists of sitting around a store with not much to do. He's very outspoken and wants to share his opinions with the world, or at least his fellow nerds. You can follow him on Twitter @AUDone44.