Since it was announced last year, a lot has been said and written about DC Comics' "Justice League of America" title. The series extends one of the publisher's biggest successes from its New 52 relaunch in a very direct way. But rounding out the book with an A-list creative team, 50-state variant cover program and unconventional cast members like soon to be solo stars /?page=article&id=42364">Vibe and Katana has added speculation as to what the full impact of the book will be from a creative and financial view.
Up to this point, one voice hasn't spoken too much about the comics future: series writer Geoff Johns. The DC CCO packed the new "Justice League of America" team with some of his favorite characters, including Stargirl and Hawkman, but not until today did Johns fully explain how the massive cast of the book reflected his reasons for expanding the franchise beyond his already popular "Justice League" series with Ivan Reis.