Japan’s reissue of Deathstroke, the Justice League of Japan comic book series from 1988, is on sale today for the first time.
The reissue includes reissues of the original Justice League title, Justice League: The Animated Series, as well as reissues for Justice League Unlimited and Justice League Comics Unlimited, which are all available to pre-order on Amazon.
The reissues also include a new story by writer Mike Carey that tells the story of Deathstalker, the villain from the original title.
This is a reprint of the reissue’s original cover art, with the Justice Society logo removed.
The covers have also been altered, and there is now a new, full-color cover that features an original image of Death Stalker.
This new print is the first new reissue to be released in Japan in a few years, and it will be the first reissue for the Justice Lords of the Multiverse series that was also released in 1992.
The series was also a crossover between the Justice and the Earth-616 Universe.
In addition to the Justice Kings, there is also a Justice League Knights, a team of six characters created by Mark Waid and Matt Fraction that are not currently in the Justice Leagues.
There is also an Earth-X Justice League, which is set to debut in 2017.
In the meantime, the reissues include a reissue collection of the first three issues of the Justice Lord series by J.M. DeMatteis, with a new issue coming out every three months for the next decade.