Before arriving at the two-month Future State event, the DC Universe as a small matter of Earth freezing and uninhabitable during the Justice League month-long crossover evente in December Endless Winter.
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Written by Andy Lanning and Ron Marz, the storyline begins in December 1 Justice League: Endless Winter # 1 and continues via Flash # 767, Aquaman # 66, Justice League # 58 and Justice League Dark # 29, plus specials featuring Superman, Teen Titans andBlack Adam, respectively, before concluding on December 29 with Justice League: Endless Winter # 2.
"When the Justice League discovers an extinction level storm on Superman 's Fortress of Solitude former site, their search for answers will bring them into direct conflict with the Frost King, an ancient entity who wields great power and an army of loyal soldiers, "reads the official deion. of DC ". But who is he? What does he want? And what is his connection to some of the oldest heroes in the DC Universe? "
These connections are with what DC is calling the Justice League Viking - a team made up of the 10th century DC characters - Hippolyta (Wonder Woman's mom), era Swamp Thing, Black Adam (the same one that still causes trouble today) and the Viking Prince semi-dark.
The editor was able toHere is a preview of the first eight pages of the opening issue illustrated by Justice League Hall of Fame performer - Howard Porter, which readers can check out below. Image 1 of 10
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