COMICS: Cheetah To Make Her "New 52" Debut In JUSTICE LEAGUE #13
DC Comics has announced that Tony S. Daniel will be joining Geoff Johns' Justice League as guest artist for a two-issue story arc, which will see the New 52 debut of the villainess Cheetah.
DC Comics has revealed that Tony S. Daniel (who recently left writing duties on Detective Comics) will be taking on art duties for two issues in Justice League (written by Geoff Johns). Issue #13, which hits stores on October 17th, will introduce the villainess Cheetah to the New 52. The issue will be the first of a two-issue story arc.
"I'm thrilled and honored to again work with Geoff Johns on this Justice League arc,” Daniel told DC's The Source. “It's going to be a lot of fun and I can't wait to work on my favorite characters. Justice League is the first book I pull because of the big stories and the great Jim Lee art inside. I'm very happy that I get a chance to focus all my energy on making my best artwork for Geoff and the fans of Justice League."
Additionally, Johns teases the connection that Cheetah will have with both Wonder Woman and the Justice League, as well as next year's Trinity War event. “Tony and I will be re-introducing one of DC's iconic villains - the Cheetah - and uncovering her mysterious connection to Wonder Woman and the Justice League,” the writer says. “For me, the Cheetah is up there with Black Manta, Sinestro and Captain Cold as one of the most iconic villains in the DC Universe, and she'll become a major villainous force in 2012 and beyond. The fallout from Justice League #12 starts here as we head towards next year's Trinity War.”
Below is Daniels' cover for Justice League #13:
Will you be checking out the story arc this fall?
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