DC Comics announced via its blog that the Dan Jurgens-penned title will end with August's issue #11.
The publisher confirmed that the final issue will feature "the funeral of Rocket Red" and see "several members resign from the team". It is yet to be confirmed whether a new title will take its place, or its story threads spill over into another series.
Justice League International Annual #1, written by Geoff Johns and Dan DiDio with artwork by Jason Fabok, was announced earlier this week. The book will reveal the "final fate of this incarnation of the Justice League International", according to DiDio.
DC launched its 'Second Wave' of 'New 52' titles earlier this month to replace a number of comics that were under-performing. Justice League International's cancellation is not thought to be sales-related.
Justice League International #11 arrives in stores on August 1.
> Read Digital Spy's review of 'Justice League International' #1