Recently, in the pages of Justice League, several of the team's heroes traveled back in time, only to find themselves face-to-face with the Justice Society of America in their physical prime at the start of World War II. However, the crossover event Doomsday Clock had revealed the Golden Age super-team was erased from the DC Universe by Doctor Manhattan. According to Justice League co-writer Scott Snyder, these discrepancies will be resolved in the near future.

Without spoiling the current Justice League storyline, Snyder hinted that the connections between his series and Doomsday Clock will be addressed soon. "We’re all working in one big tapestry. What Geoff [Johns] is doing in Doomsday Clock is definitely going to inform what we’re doing here. And think what Brian [Michael Bendis] is doing with Millennium is part of a big story that we’re trying to coordinate with," he explained to Newsarama.

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"We definitely want you to feel like, as you read these, that there are connections, and that they make sense, and that they tie together and all of that," he continued. "If you’re patient with us and just wait and see, some of those connections and some of those ties are going to come in later when we explain how things cross over from one neighborhood of the DCU to another."

Additionally, Snyder alluded that the version of Kamandi, the Last Man on Earth seen in Justice League may not be the same version of the character seen in Bendis' far-future event DC Millennium.

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"The version of Kamandi that we’re using here is taken directly from his classic timeline, but what you might see in Brian’s story is something that could happen after the events of our story are concluded and his narrative goes a different way," he teased. "But at the time you’re reading them both, you might see two different versions of Kamandi in existence. So, in that way, we’re looking to make everything fit, everything part of one Uber-story. Same thing with JSA with Geoff."

Justice League #31 is written by Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV and illustrated by Jorge Jimenez and Francis Manapul. Doomsday Clock #11 is written by Geoff Johns and illustrated by Gary Frank. Both issues are on sale September 4 from DC Comics.

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