Justice League #39 May Be Two Weeks Late, But Here's Some Art to Tide You Over [Preview]

Justice League #39 is set to be DC Hearthrob Scott Snyder's farewell to the title, the big Justice/Doom War finale, with artist Jorge Jimenez, and originally solicited for January 15th. But it looks like Scotty can't bear to say goodbye so soon, so he and Jorge will be sticking around another two weeks, because that's when the current release date is for Justice League #39.

And sure, readers may feel this is only prolonging the pain of the breakup, but let's just spend these two weeks remembering the good times and not thinking about the end and where Snyder will be heading next. And we can do that while enjoying these unlettered preview pages DC released to its various compliant media partner websites as an apology for the delay.

Justice League #39 May Be Two Weeks Late, But Here's Some Art to Tide You Over [Preview]

Justice League #39 May Be Two Weeks Late, But Here's Some Art to Tide You Over [Preview]

Justice League #39 May Be Two Weeks Late, But Here's Some Art to Tide You Over [Preview]

Justice League #39 May Be Two Weeks Late, But Here's Some Art to Tide You Over [Preview]

Justice League #39 hits stores on January 29th.

JUSTICE LEAGUE #39
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(W) Scott Snyder (A) Jorge Jimenez (CA) Tyler Kirkham
In the wake of the Justice/Doom War, the Justice League finds themselves stranded at the far end of the universe and facing a challenge they've never faced before. But what will they find on their journey? Has their battle with Perpetua had consequences reaching farther across the cosmos than they ever imagined? Superstar scribe Scott Snyder says farewell to the Justice League with a special story that both winds down all the things he started in issue #1-and nods toward everything that comes next in the DC Universe.
In Shops: Jan 29, 2020
SRP: $3.99

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Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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