09 Mar 2019 12:14 PM +00:00 UTC

DC Has Just Introduced The New Justice League

There are some major changes happening at DC. The latest issue of Justice League has just revealed the team's new look as well as some interesting new additions.

Spoilers Ahead! You Have Been Warned!

In Justice League #19, the Legion of Doom is out of control and the heroes end up having to find an unlikely ally: Mr. Mxyzptlk. However, Mxy has a surprising solution to their problem. The trickster tells the Justice League that they need to access the Sixth Dimension instead of the Fifth Dimension since the latter is dying.

Superman is tasked with leading the way since Mxy claims his exposure to the Fifth Dimension will give Supes a fighting chance. Once the portal is opened and Superman gets through, there is immediately a knock on the portal door. When it is opened, the League sees an older Superman telling them he's been there for a decade. In addition to that, he's got some strange new company. Take a look at the image below.

Superman with his grey hair and white-and-gold suit aren't the only surprises. Green Lantern John Stewart now appears to be White Lantern while Batman is now sporting a trenchcoat. Wonder Woman is wearing a new armor with a white cloak while The Flash is now made up to three different figures, the leading one being clad in white and gold.

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The biggest surprise here is Martian Manhunter and Hawkgirl with their son who inherited his father's looks and his mother's wings. Needless to say, everyone is looking very different on this issue.

The synopsis for Justice League #19 reads as follows:

"'The Sixth Dimension' part one! At last, the Justice League has the map to the Sixth Dimension in hand—and with it, they have the key to saving the Multiverse from utter destruction! But things aren't as simple as they seem, because they still need to get to the doorway—and to do that, they'll have to go through the only being in all of existence who can get them there: Mr. Mxyzptlk!"

Justice League #19 is currently available in comic stores.

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