That's probably what they say every few months over at DC HQ. I mean, the idea is a can't lose. You whore out your franchise staples in a way that isn't fucking over the current time line - though they don't mind bending over and giving it a thrust to two to your fan favorites as it is, but it also generates a shit ton of cash. So of course you'll see future versions of Superman and Batman pop up. It's no different with this new DC cashing in on legacy characters with Justice League 3000
I'm just not sure about these designs. In any case, Keith Giffen, JM DeMatteis and Kevin Maguire will be writing and drawing these books. Which is pretty hopeful that they may turn out okay given the nice writing staff on it. But there's just something off about the costumes here.
Does anyone else find it weird that you go a thousand years into the future... And the Justice League is composed of the exact same group of super heroes? Some I understand as the powers are "passed on" (like Green Lantern and Batman, to a degree) and I suppose Superman doesn't "die" so it's probably the same Superman from "our" time. But Wonder Woman and Flash? WW's immortality is a bit debatable but what are the odds of two new super heroes with their taste in fashion and power taking up the mantle? I mean I guess it plays off of the "following in the foot steps" but it's always just dumb to me. I feel like you'd have other super heroes with other powers, which I guess they'll probably introduce then kill off cause people only wanna see the big name superheroes