DC Cancels the Last 5 Issues of Bryan Hitch’s JLA

Posted by at 11:02 am on June 6, 2016

JLA_9_coverThe current Justice League of America title by Bryan Hitch has been one of the highlights of the past year of DC Comics, placing DC’s “Big Seven” heroes in big, larger than life stories that recall the best of Grant Morrison’s JLA era. Hitch is reputed to be a slow artist though, and on top of it all, he’s also writing the book. And with his new Rebirth Justice League series (which he is just writing, not illustrating) about to hit, the final five issues of the previous Justice League of America have been badly delayed. And now, mid-story, they’re being outright canceled.

DC Comics have just announced the cancellation of the final five solicited issues of Justice League of America, issues #9 through #12, plus Justice League of America Annual #1, although DC is telling retailers they “will be resolicited at a later date.” Covers and solicitations have been released for all five issues, and the last issue, #8, ended with the death of Superman. We know he has to get better though, because he died again in Superman #52. Hitch’s JLA series has been a highlight of the New 52/DCYou era and we hope it will get a proper conclusion at some point.

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