If you were Jim Lee drawing the Justice League and simultaneously acting as DC's co-publisher, you would probably need a little bit of a break too, don't you think? Earlier today DC announced that Eisner-Award winning artist Gene Ha would be taking over as illustrator for the issue #7 -- albeit temporarily. According to the announcement, DC's regular artist, Jim Lee will return to the series with issue #9.
That's not all that's important for the series' seventh issue! If you've been reading the Justice League series by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee then you have probably started to wonder how long the story will continue to be set 5 years in the past. Apparently, issue seven will not only feature Gene Ha as the artist, but it will also be the first issue depicting the Justice League together in the present day. Pretty cool news.
While present day stories are nice, we were definitely enjoying the stories of the team members getting to know one another. Check out interior pages for the series' seventh issue below. What do you think? Have you been reading the series? Are you enjoying the book? Are you looking forward to Gene Ha's art as well as the start of the Justice League's present day stories?== TEASER ==
Source: DC Source