DC Comics continues its Future State series of publications this week with the release of Future State magazine on Wednesday: Justice League One. This issue not only features a brand new version of the superhero team with Jonathan Kent as Superman, Yara Flor as Wonder Woman, Joe Mullane as Green Lantern, Andy Curry as Aquavaman, the new Flash as Multiverse and Tim Fox as Batman, but also a brand new Legion of Doom. Writer Joshua Williamson and artist Robson Rocha have brought to life this group of not-so-good characters, not all of whom are completely new. We broke them all down, so be aware there will be spoilers!

Unlike most versions of the Legion of Doom, the team has Lex Luthor or the equivalent. In fact, only two of the eight confirmed team members are characters who appear in current DC Universe comics. Although the other six characters are old characters, they are brand new versions of these enemies. Unfortunately, they all get killed in this issue, and we barely see them use their powers. Read on to find out who they, uh, were!

Washington’s official description of the future state: The Justice League No. 1 reads: To usher in a new era for the Justice League…. Together they protect the future, but separately their identities remain hidden, even from each other…. but why? When their biggest adversaries are found murdered in an abandoned courthouse, all indications are that… The Justice League! This is where the adventures of the new team begin!

T. O. Tomorrow

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The creator of Red Tornado is one of the members of this new Legion of Doom, and seems to be experimenting on himself to make him an even better android. He had seen better days.

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Professor Ivo

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Morrow’s cohort is also part of the men of the new Legion of Doom, and he… You seem to be expecting it.

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Despera

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Confirmed as the daughter of Despereaux herself, she is clearly destined to be the equal of the new Wonder Woman, answering to the Lasso of Truth.

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Amaz-X

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He is certainly a member of WAMAZO and apparently of the N.R.G.-X, although unfortunately we do not see his soul imitating the forces in action.

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Cobalt blue

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That’s interesting, because Cobalt Blue is a Legacy character. It should be noted that the original Cobalt Blue, although raised in the Thawne family, was in fact Barry Allen’s biological twin. The identity of this Cobalt Blue is not confirmed in this issue, but his comments about his family’s revenge on The Legacy of Flash paint an interesting picture of the character.

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Owl screwdriver

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Not only does Batman, a tied opponent on the team, come from the Owl Court, but this Talon certainly seems to be a roasted Venom, making him the right mix of Bat and villain.

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Flooding

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A new version of the villain Aquaman appears as a humanoid character, but the similarity to the original The Flood is unclear.

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Ultra violet flashlight

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A new member of the ultraviolet corps that formidably pursues the invisible light of the universe.

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RIP Legion of Doom

Unfortunately, we hardly see them in action in the comic book, as they are quickly killed by an invisible force. At the end of the issue, it is revealed that the Belomarsian Hyperclan group is responsible for his death.

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