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Ultimate Spiderman Fantastic Four Saga 1. Fantastic Four 2. Saga 1 Image Comics. Umbrella Academy in Other Graphic Novels. Batman Comic Issue 1. Uncanny X Men The team received its own comic book title called Justice League of America in November Since its inception, the team has been featured in various films, television programs, and video games. Various comic book series featuring the Justice League have remained generally popular with fans since inception and, in most incarnations, its roster includes DC's most popular characters.
The Justice League concept has also been adapted into various other entertainment media, including various forms of television from the classic Saturday morning Super Friends animated series — , a live action series of specials Legends of the Superheroes , an unproduced Justice League of America live-action series for which the pilot film exists , the acclaimed Justice League animated series — , its sequel Justice League Unlimited — and Justice League Action —present. A live-action film was also in the works around before being shelved. On June 6, , Warner Bros.
However, the project was scrapped again. While the superheroes individually defeated most of the invaders, the heroes fell prey to a single competitor's attack; only by working together were they able to defeat the competitor. For many years, the heroes heralded this adventure as the event that prompted them to agree to pool resources when confronted with similar menaces. In Justice League of America July , Green Arrow uncovered inconsistencies in the team's records  and extracted admissions from his colleagues that the seven founders had actually formed the League after Martian Manhunter was rescued from Martian forces by the other six founders, along with several other heroes including Robin , Robotman , Congorilla , Rex the Wonder Dog , and even Lois Lane.
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Green Lantern participated in this first adventure solely as Hal Jordan, as he had yet to become the costumed hero, the biggest inconsistency that Arrow found, as they celebrated the earlier incident's date, while recounting only the later one's events. When the group formalized their agreement, they suppressed news of it because of anti-Martian hysteria. Because the heroes had not revealed their identities to each other at the time, they did not realize that Jordan and Green Lantern were one and the same when he turned up in costume during the event described in 9. While most subsequent accounts of the League have made little mention of this first adventure, the animated Justice League series adapted this tale as the origin of the Justice League as well.
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Secret Origins vol. Triumph was revealed to have been a founding member of the Justice League and was their leader. On his first mission with the Justice League, Triumph seemingly "saved the world" but was teleported into a dimensional limbo that also affected the timestream, erasing all memory of him. With DC's history rewritten due to the Flashpoint limited series, an entirely new origin for the Justice League appeared in the subsequent Justice League series which debuted with an October cover date as part of the company-wide event, The New Issue 1 portrayed the first meeting between Batman and Hal Jordan, with the two encountering each other during a battle against a Parademon in Gotham City.
After realizing the creature is extraterrestrial in origin, the two heroes head to Metropolis to seek out Superman only to be attacked by him. The public becomes enamored with the heroes, and a writer dubs the group the "Justice League", following the Flash's suggestion of "Super Seven". The Justice League often unite to face supervillains who pose catastrophic challenges to the world.
In , Giffen, DeMatteis, and Maguire returned with a separate limited series called Formerly Known as the Justice League  with the same humor as their Justice League run, and featuring some of the same characters in a team called the " Super Buddies " a parody of the TV series Super Friends. A follow-up limited series, entitled I Can't Believe It's Not the Justice League , soon was prepared, although it was delayed due to the events shown in the Identity Crisis limited series, but was eventually released as the second arc in JLA: Classified.http://welacowimy.ml
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In this limited series, the Justice League and Marvel Comics ' superhero team the Avengers were forced to find key artifacts in one another's universe, as well as deal with the threats of villains Krona and the Grandmaster. In , DC began an anthology series titled JLA: Classified , which would feature rotating writers and artists producing self-contained story arcs and aborted miniseries projects that were reappropriated for publication within the pages of the series, starring the JLA.
While the bulk of the stories took place within the continuity of the series circa JLA 76— some of the stories take place outside of regular DC Universe canon. The series was canceled as of issue 54 May The story, which takes place outside regular DC continuity, has Lex Luthor assembling the Legion of Doom after he and several other villains begin to have nightmares about the end of the world and the failure of the Justice League to prevent the apocalypse.
As the Legion begins engaging in unprecedented humanitarian deeds throughout the world, they also launch a series of attacks on the Justice League and their families. The threat that the Legion was warned about destroying the Earth turns out to be caused by Brainiac, who seeks to destroy Earth during the chaos.
The miniseries, set after the events of Final Crisis , has Hal Jordan leaving the League following the deaths of Batman and Martian Manhunter, as their deaths have caused Hal to seek a more proactive manner of dealing with supervillains. This ties into another string of murders, bringing Starman Mikaal Tomas and Congorilla together as their investigation of the murders of several European superheroes are also revealed to be the work of Prometheus. With help from the Hawkman villain I.
Disguised as Captain Marvel Jr. Prometheus ultimately extorts his freedom from the League in exchange for the codes that will shut down his weapon, much to the horror of the JLA members. Green Arrow with help from reformed supervillain the Shade , tracks Prometheus down and kills him by firing an arrow into his head. The Justice League of America debuted in The Brave and the Bold 28 March ,  and after two further appearances in that title, got their own series which quickly became one of the company's best-selling titles. Sekowsky's last issue was 63 June and Fox departed with 65 September Schwartz was the new title's editor and oversaw it until Rarely featured in most of the stories, Superman and Batman did not even appear on the cover most of the time.
Three of DC's other surviving or revived characters, Green Arrow ,  the Atom ,  and Hawkman  were added to the roster over the next four years. A teenager named Lucas "Snapper" Carr tagged along on missions, becoming both the team's mascot and an official member. Snapper, noted for speaking in beatnik dialect and snapping his fingers, helped the group defeat the giant space starfish Starro the Conqueror in the team's first appearance.
The supervillain Doctor Light first battled the team in issue 12 June Dillin would draw the title from issue 64 August through October In need of a new secure headquarters, the Justice League moved into an orbiting satellite headquarters in Justice League of America 78 February Len Wein wrote issues —, in which he and Dillin re-introduced the Seven Soldiers of Victory in issues —  and the Freedom Fighters in issues — As Englehart explained in , "It certainly seemed like a radical concept and we knew that we had to be subtle laughs and each story had to stand on its own, but we really worked it out.
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It's really worthwhile to read those stories back to back to back—it didn't matter to us that one was at DC and two were at Marvel—I think it was us being creative, thinking what would be really cool to do. Len Wein commented on the Phantom Stranger's relationship with the JLA in a interview stating that the character "only sort of joined. He was offered membership but vanished, as per usual, without actually accepting the offer. Over the years, other writers have just assumed [he] was a member, but in my world, he never really said yes.
Writers Cary Bates and Elliot S. Wonder Woman rejoined the team following a major two-year story arc , largely written by Martin Pasko. To prove her worthiness to rejoin the JLA, Wonder Woman voluntarily underwent twelve trials analogous to the labors of Hercules , each of which was monitored in secret by a member of the JLA.
Steve Englehart wrote the series beginning with issue and provided another unofficial crossover with Marvel Comics in issue by reworking his character Mantis into the DC Universe as a character named "Willow". From issue to on, the issues were giant-sized. Writer Gerry Conway had a lengthy association with the title as well. His first JLA story appeared in issue December and he became the series' regular writer with issue February With a few exceptions, Conway would write the team's adventures until issue October The team-up with the Justice Society in issues — crossed over with All-Star Squadron 14— After most of the original heroes fail to help fend off an invasion of Martians, Aquaman dissolves the League and rewrites its charter to allow only heroes who will devote their full-time to the roster.
The final storyline for the original Justice League of America series — , by writer J. DeMatteis and artist Luke McDonnell ,  concludes with the murders of Vibe and Steel at the hands of robots created by long-time League nemesis Professor Ivo, and the resignations of Vixen, Gypsy, and the Elongated Man during the events of DC's Legends miniseries, which sees the team disband. The company-wide crossover " Legends " concluded with the formation of a new Justice League. The new series, written by Keith Giffen and J.
DeMatteis with art by Kevin Maguire  and later Adam Hughes , added quirky humor to the team's stories. In this incarnation, the membership consisted partly of heroes from Earths that, prior to their merging in the Crisis on Infinite Earths , were separate. The low sales of the various Justice League spinoff books prompted DC to revamp the League as a single team all of the branch teams were disbanded in a single title. Morrison revamped the League's Rogues Gallery by introducing new powerful adversaries for them to face.
During the — event Infinite Crisis , the series ended as Green Arrow struggled in vain to keep the League afloat. JLA — In 52 Week 24, Firestorm recruits a group to reform the Justice League. They fight a deranged Skeets who takes Super-Chief's powers, killing him and numerous people who had received powers through Lex Luthor 's Everyman Project.