Return to the DCAU this May in the digital-first series “Justice League Infinity”

Are you one of the legion of fans who became a DC junkie thanks to Batman: The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series, and Justice League?  If so, have you been longing for a return to that world, with moves like Justice League vs. the Fatal Five and comic series like Batman: The Adventures Continue whetting your appetite but making you want more?

Well, friend, do I have great news for you, as DC Comics have announced Justice League Infinity, a brand new digital-first series that will take place in the same continuity as the DC Animated Universe.

That’s all well and good, and enough to get me excited for this, but what about the creative team?  Who are the writers and artists that have been tapped to draw us back into the animated world of the League?

Do names like James Tucker, J.M. DeMatteis, Ethen Beavers, Nick Filardi, and Tom Napolitano ring any bells?  Oh, and how about some covers from Francis Manapul, Scott Hepburn, and Ian Herring?

Yeah, that’s some good pedigree.

The print run will total seven issues, so I think it’s safe to say that there will be about fourteen digital chapters, which will be plenty of great content for fans of all sorts.  Check out the gallery below for a taste of some of the action (including some surprising appearances from some beloved DC heroes), and for more details, head on over to the DC blog.

The first chapter of Justice League Infinity will hit digital platforms on May 13, with print issues coming to comic shops on July 7.