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Justice League Taking Over DC Comics In November

The DC Comics universe is going Hollywood to commemorate the Justice League movie.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the comic book giant will release a series of variant covers for comics about the members of the team including Justice League, Action Comics, Detective Comics, Aquaman, Batman, Cyborg, Superman, and Trinity. Each of the covers depict their cinematic counterparts, and they'll arrive in November around the release of the movie on Nov. 17.

Check out a few of the covers below via THR and Nerdist. We've got the variants for Wonder Woman #34 (on sale Nov. 22) by artist Terry Dodson, The Flash #34 by Mike McKone (on sale Nov. 8), Action Comics #991 by Yanick Paquette, and Superman #35 by Renato Guedes.

Wonder Woman factors heavy into several of the covers, which isn't all that surprising. Gal Gadot's Diana has stolen the show from the likes of Superman (Henry Cavill) and Batman (Ben Affleck) in the DCEU, and Patty Jenkins' solo movie about the character was the biggest hit of the summer, bringing in $412 million.

Take a look at the covers below, then find out how DC superheroes should really look according to the comics.