The Hall of Justice is open to everyone.
And therein lies the problem. While allowing the people of the world to observe the Justice League is the right thing, it does create a problem when it comes to security. Anyone can drop by the Hall of Justice during visiting hours, whether it’s an overzealous fan, a notorious super-villain or a shady operative working for an organization that doesn’t always have the most righteous track record.
Like Cameron Chase. And the Department of Extranormal Operations.
In last month’s Infinite Frontier #1, we saw Cameron being reluctantly recruited into the D.E.O. by its slightly terrifying director, Bones. Her first mission? Getting a face-to-face with the Justice League to find out what’s going on with the multiverse and what role the Justice League may be playing in it all. While Chase has always seemed to be on the right side of things—she does generally mean well—the agent’s methods can often be questionable. Like when she threatened Lois Lane in an attempt to keep Superman in line. Clark hasn’t forgotten about that…and Superman’s usually the nice one when it comes to dealing with the League.
Bones may have sought out Chase because when it comes to dealing with superheroes, her track record speaks for itself. But if her first interaction with the League proves anything it’s that she’s going to need help, which means recruiting… Well, that would be spoiling, but if you’re really curious, you can find out in our exclusive new preview of Infinite Crisis #2, which hits stores next week.
Infinite Frontier #2 by Joshua Williamson, Paul Pelletier, Jesús Merino, Xermánico, Norm Rapmund and Romulo Fajardo Jr. is available in print and as a digital comic on Tuesday, July 13.
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