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Nov 05, 2016 02:56 PM EDT

'Justice League VS Suicide Squad' Join Forces In New DC Comics Series [VIDEO]


In the major superhero groups in the DC world, two groups will go hand-in-hand for the "Justice League vs Suicide Squad" within the month of November. The two forces will join in together to fight a threat, as what series writer Joshua Williamson stated during the New York Comic Con. Williamson further said that there will be a concept of brutality which will arise among the two teams.

Despite giving the audiences an idea of what will happen, Williamson is still careful of not revealing too much, and he hinted that the series will be filled with a lot of surprises. Williamson decided to have Killer Frost so that a story with the concept of redemption and corruption could be realized. According to Williamson's statements, there are particular moments that the characters of the Suicide Squad think that they have already their second chance, when in reality, they have none.

He also described something about the situation of the Suicide Squad as they seek for redemption, adding that Justice League have accepted some of these attempts for redemption. Additionally, the characters will undergo a metamorphic phase with the aid of their experiences, which is most of the time unexpected. So, it leaves us the question, what are the main reasons for the changes in these characters' mindset and how could they seek for total redemption?

Another theme of the book is corruption through the character's personality; something that seems more powerful. Williamson said that working for this DC crossover series was a fun way for him. The "Justice League vs Suicide Squad" will be launched on Dec. 21, and is a six-issue limited series, according to Inverse.

The series will feature Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman, Flash, Aquaman, Cyborg, female Green Lantern, Captain Boomerang, Jessica Cruz with Sqaddies like Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Enchantress, Killer Croc, and Katana. According to Yahoo News, this series is a major event for DC after its reboot around five months ago.


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