One good movie chances that adjustment for an ensemble cast from nameless recognition to Red Carpet go-to’s.
DC Comics has a similar aim forthcoming in 2013 for their iconic Justice League of America, which had been a team title shelved back in the former dynastic legacy of DC Universe.
Geoff Johns co-architect on the New 52 Universe, current writer on the best-selling Green Lantern and Justice League, let the groundbreaking news be known at the publisher DC Comics panel held last weekend during Fan Art Expo Toronto.
Affiliation alongside cuts at a double-edge give-and-take, it seems, for this on par Justice League team. Martian Manhunter, Catwoman, Hawkman, Green Arrow, Stargirl, a new Green Lantern, Katana and Vibe all have scaling but solid standings in the DC Comics Universe, much of it due to their own legends and equally their overshadowing peers.
Other than the fact that Wonder Woman, Superman, Batman, Cyborg, Aquaman and Green Lantern retain their headline teaming, the upcoming membership with heavyweight renown will be able to upgrade their standings.
Johns, who will team with famed artist David Finch presently penciling one of the top selling Batman series, asserts at the panel announcement, “They’re underdogs who have everything to prove and something to lose. They’re a team of unlikely heroes who will help one another discover they’re as A-List as anybody — yes, even Vibe.”
(DC Comics blog)