On January 3rd, Bleeding Cool reported "However, we have heard word that there may be a Chip Zdarsky Justice League-related title being planned for April or May 2020. We'll try and keep an eye on the feeds for that one."
On January 9th, we followed up, saying "I am told that it will be launching in April or May. Probably April. Maybe May. That it will be called The Last Ride. Which sounds like it could be a crossover with Sex Criminals, but it really isn't. And finally, that it may be the first DC Comics story to come out of what Death Metal #7 defined as The Elseworld. A second central point of focus alongside the DC Prime Earth in the DC Omniverse of the DC Infinite Frontier. Yes, I know."
Yesterday, DC Comics announced Justice League: Last Ride, a new Digital First limited series from DC by Chip Zdarsky, Miguel Mendonça and colourist Enrica Eren Angiolini as they "attempt to fix a broken Justice League in time to stave off the universe's final hours."
Once, the Justice League was the most powerful collection of superheroes in the universe. But an unthinkable tragedy within its ranks has caused Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman to go their separate ways, leaving the League broken and disbanded under a veil of anger and mistrust. Now, against the backdrop of the universe's greatest murder trial, can the League reconcile the past before they're eradicated by the greatest villains in the cosmos?
Featuring a main cover by Darick Robertson and card stock variant by series artist Mendonça, Justice League: Last Ride uncovers the shocking truth behind the League's greatest failure and their ability to rise above to protect the universe one final time. This limited series will be available as sixteen weekly digital chapters, followed by eight monthly print issues. The first digital chapter debuts on participating digital platforms on Wednesday, April 14, 2021, with the print issue launching in comic book stores on Tuesday, May 11. 2021. Each 10-page digital chapter sells for $.99 and each 32-page monthly print issue sells for $3.99, with the print card stock variant available for $4.99.
Elseworld or not, I have no idea, but just in case people still think I am pulling these things out of my arse.