‘Justice League’ Movie Variants Covers in November

This November DC will release a series of variant covers to coincide with the release of the Justice League movie.

Along with the Justice League book, each member appearing in the film will also receive a variant cover. It is interesting to note that while Superman will be receiving two variant covers with Superman #35 and Action Comics #991, he doesn’t appear on either. It looks like we may have to wait until the movie is released later this year before we finally get a look at the reborn Man of Steel.


Check out the full details in the press release below:


DC Celebrates The Big Screen Release Of “Justice League” 
with Special JUSTICE Variant Covers!
As the world awaits the big screen debut of “Justice League,” DC is getting in on the action with a special collection of variant covers inspired by the forthcoming film! Illustrated by the some of the comic industry’s most acclaimed artists, these variant covers showcase DC’s iconic Super Hero team in the likeness of their big screen counterparts.
Fans are getting their first look today at variant covers available on the November editions of flagship DC titles featuring members of the famed Justice League.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY first debuted the special variant covers for BATMAN #34 by Tony S. Daniel and CYBORG #18 by Dustin Nguyen – both go on sale Nov. 1.
NERDIST joined in by revealing the special variants for ACTION COMICS #991 by Yanick Paquette (on sale Nov. 8) and SUPERMAN #35 by Renato Guedes (on sale Nov. 15).
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER debuted Mike McKone’s variant for THE FLASH #34 (on sale Nov. 8) and Terry Dodson’s special cover for WONDER WOMAN #34 (on sale Nov. 22).
Plus, JoinTheLeague.com revealed the variants for AQUAMAN #30 (on sale Nov. 15) by Liam Sharp and JUSTICE LEAGUE #32 by Howard Porter (on sale Nov. 1).
Finally, DC exclusively revealed the variants for TRINITY #15 by Ben Oliver (on sale Nov. 15), alongside the variant for DETECTIVE COMICS #968 by Cully Hamner (on sale Nov. 8).
Information and images courtesy of DC Entertainment

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