DC may be preparing to introduce a very different version of the Justice League in 2021, complete with a revamped team roster and a new creative team.
Superman/Action Comics writer Brian Michael Bendis posted a teaser image on Instagram, implying he and Superman/Batman artist David Marquez are preparing to take over DC's flagship Justice League comic in March.
The new League roster has an interesting mix of heroes -- a handful of heroes that have already been associated with the team, like Batman, Superman, Aquaman, and Hawkgirl, and some unexpected choices as well. Black Canary and Green Arrow - who were mainstays of the League in the Silver and Bronze Age, but haven't been associated with the team lately - make an appearance, as well as Black Adam and Hippolyta. There's also Naomi, an original character co-created by Bendis, who fans have been eager to see more of since the debut of her first comic miniseries.
This roster definitely provides one of the biggest shakeups the team has had in recent memory, expanding the breadth of heroes who have been traditionally associated with the team. While it's unclear exactly how long this iteration of the League will stick around for - or what threats they'll face off against - it's definitely an intriguing roster.