JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA
TABLE OF CONTENTS
13.0 Justice League Publications
This section covers things in print, including all the official releases from DC comics, fan-based books, childrens books, and miscellaneous magazines.
For loads more original content to be found online, please refer to the JLA Links section.
- Justice League of America, 261 issues + 3 Annuals (1960-1987)
- Super Friends, 47 issues (1976-81)
- Justice League (#1-6), becomes Justice League International, v.1 (#7-25), becomes Justice League America (#26-113) + 7 Annuals + 2 Specials (1987-96) + 1 Spectacular
- Justice League Europe (#1-50), becomes Justice League International v.2 (#51-68) + 5 Annuals (1989-94)
- Justice League Quarterly, 17 issues (1990-94)
- Justice League Task Force, 37 issues (1993-96)
- Extreme Justice, 18 issues (1995-96)
- Total Justice, 3-issue limited series (1996)
- Justice League: Midsummer's Nightmare, 3-issue limited series (1996)
- JLA, 125 issues (19972006) + 4 Annuals + 3 80-Page Giants + 3 Secret Files & Origins
- JLA: Year One, 12-issue limited series (1998)
- Justice Leagues, 6-issue limited series (2001)
- JLA: Black Baptism, 4-issue limited series (2001)
- JLA: Incarnations, 7-issue limited series (2001-02)
- Justice League Adventures, 34 issues (2002-04). Based on the animated series.
- Formerly Known as the Justice League, 6-issue limited series (2003-04)
- Justice League Unlimited, 46 issues (2004-08). Based on the animated series.
- Justice League Elite, 12-issue limited series (2004-05)
- JLA: Classified, 54 issues (2005-08)
- Justice League of America v.2 (2006-present)
- Justice League: Cry for Justice, 6-issue limited series (2009)
- Justice League v.2 (2011–present)
- Justice League Dark (2011–present)
- Justice League International v.3, issues (2011–12)
These series are printed on thicker, brighter paper. If they are multiple-issue stories, they are sometimes re-released in collected form. Most of these are covered in the Chronology.
- JLA: A League of One, hard- and softcover graphic novel (2000)
- JLA/Avengers, 4-issue limited series (2003)
- JLA: Earth 2 (2000). 96-page hard- and softcover book. Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely.
- JLA: Foreign Bodies (1999). One-shot. Len Kaminski and Val Semeiks.
- JLA: Gatekeeper (2001). 3-issue limited series. Timothy Truman.
- JLA: Gods And Monsters (2001). One-shot. Dan Jolley, Josh Krach & Scott Benefiel.
- JLA/Haven: Arrival (2001). One-shot. Ashley-Jane Nicolaus & Ariel Olivetti.
- JLA/Haven: Anathema (2002). One-shot. Ashley-Jane Nicolaus & Ariel Olivetti.
- JLA: Heaven's Ladder (2000). Oversized one-shot. Mark Waid and Bryan Hitch.
- JLA/JSA: Virtue & Vice (2002). 96-page hard- and softcover book. David S. Goyer, Geoff Johns and Carlos Pacheco.
- JLA: Paradise Lost, 3-issue limited series (1998)
- JLA: Primeval (1999). One-shot.
- JLA Secret Origins (2002). Oversized softcover, painted book. Paul Dini and Alex Ross.
- JLA: Seven Caskets (2001). One-shot.
- JLA/Spectre: Soul War (2003). 2-issue limited series. J.M. DeMatteis & Darryl Banks.
- JLA: Superpower (1999). One-shot. John Arcudi and Scot Eaton.
- JLA/Titans, 3-issue limited series (1999). Phil Jiminez
- JLA vs. Predator (2001). One-shot.
- JLA: Welcome to the Working Week (2003). One-Shot.
- JLA/WildC.A.T.S (1997). One-shot. Grant Morrison & Val Semeiks.
- JLA/Witchblade (2000). One-shot.
- JLA: World Without Grown-Ups, 2-issue limited series (1998)
- Justice League of America Wedding Special (Nov. 2007)
"Elseworlds" stories are considered "imaginary" they do not take place in the mainstream DC Universe. Most of these are summarized in the Elseworlds section; click a title to read a review.
- JLA: Act of God (2000). 3-Issue Limited Series.
- JLA: Age of Wonder (2003) 2-Issue Limited Series
- JLA: Created Equal (2000). 2-Issue Limited Series.
- JLA: Destiny (2002). 4-issue limited series. John Arcudi and Tom Mandrake.
- JLA: Island Of Dr. Moreau (2002). One-shot.
- JLÅ: The Nail (1998). 3-issue limited series. Elseworlds. Alan Davis and Mark Farmer.
- JLA: Liberty and Justice (2003). Paul Dini and Alex Ross. 90 pages. Oversized Softcover. $9.95. Considered Elseworlds because it uses the pre-Crisis JLA.
- JLA: Riddle Of The Beast (2001). Hardcover, 104-page painted book. Alan Grant, Michael Wm. Kaluta and others.
- JLA: Secret Origins (2002). Paul Dini and Alex Ross. 48 pages. Oversized Softcover. $7.95. This edition reprints the origin sequences from Dini and Ross' Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman books, and adds those for the other Leaguers. It's considered Elseworlds because it defines the pre-Crisis JLA.
- JLA: Secret Society Of Super-Heroes (2000). 2-issue limited series.
- JLA: Shogun Of Steel (2002).
- Justice (2005). 12-issue limited series.
- Justice League: Another Nail (2004). 3-issue limited series. Elseworlds. Alan Davis and Mark Farmer.
- Justice Riders (1997). One-shot.
- Just Imagine: JLA (2001). One-shot. Stan Lee with Jerry Ordway
- League of Justice (1996). 2-Issue Limited Series.
- DC: The New Frontier, 6-issue limited series (2004)
- Justice League: The New Frontier Special, one-shot (2008)
- Planetary/JLA: Terra Occulta (2002). One-shot. Elseworlds. Warren Ellis and Jerry Ordway.
- Realworlds: JLA. One-shot.
- Son of Superman, graphic novel (1999)
These hardcover editions reprint the entire original Justice League of America series
- Reprints Brave & Bold #28-30 & Justice League of America #1-6
- Reprints Justice League of America #7-14
- Reprints Justice League of America #15-22
- Reprints Justice League of America #23-30
- Reprints Justice League of America #31-40
- Reprints Justice League of America #41-47 and #49-50. (Issue #48 was a reprint-only issue)
- Reprints Justice League of America #51-60
- Reprints Justice League of America #61-66 and #68-70. (Issue #67 was a reprint annual)
- Reprints Justice League of America #71-80 (1969-1970)
Trade paperbacks are softcover books which collect the single issues of other series.
» Collecting the original Justice League of America series—in black and white only:
- Showcase Presents: Justice League of America (vol. 1). Brave and the Bold #28-30, Justice League of America #1-16 & Mystery in Space #75. Gardner Fox, Mike Sekowsky, Carmine Infantino, Murphy Anderson
- Showcase Presents: Justice League of America (vol. 2). JLofA #17-36 Gardner Fox, Mike Sekowsky
- Showcase Presents: Justice League of America (vol. 3). JLofA #37-60. Gardner Fox, Mike Sekowsky, Carmine Infantino
» Collecting the Justice League International series:
- Justice League International: The Secret Gospel of Maxwell Lord. Keith Giffen, J. M. Dematteis and Kevin Maguire. Reprints JLI #8-12 and Justice League Annual #1
- Justice League International (vol. 1). Justice League #1-6 and Justice League Int'l #7. Keith Giffen & J.M. DeMatteis; art by Kevin Maguire
- Justice League International. (vol. 2). Justice League Annual #1, JLI #8-13 & Suicide Squad #13Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis and John Ostrander; art by Kevin Maguire, Bill Willingham, Luke McDonnell
- Justice League International. (vol. 3). JLI #14-22. Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis; art by Kevin Maguire
» Collecting the JLA series:
- JLA (vol. 1): New World Order. Reprints JLA #1-4. Grant Morrison and John Dell. The new JLA unites against the threat of the White Martians.
- JLA (vol. 2): American Dreams. Reprints JLA #5-9. Grant Morrison and John Dell.
- JLA (vol. 3): Rock of Ages. Reprints JLA #10-15. Grant Morrison and John Dell.
- JLA (vol. 4): Strength In Numbers. Reprints JLA #16-23, New Year's Evil: Prometheus #1 "Heroes" from JLA Secret Files #2. Grant Morrison and John Dell.
- JLA (vol. 5): Justice for All. Reprints JLA #24-33. Grant Morrison and John Dell.
- JLA (vol. 6): World War III. Reprints JLA #34-41. Grant Morrison and John Dell.
- JLA (vol. 7): Tower Of Babel (2001). Reprints JLA #42-46, "Blame" from JLA Secret Files #2, "The Green Bullet" from JLA 80 Page Giant #1 & "Revelations" from JLA 80 Page Giant #1. Mark Waid, John Dell and Bryan Hitch.
- JLA (vol. 8): Divided We Fall (2002). Reprints issues #47-54 Mark Waid and Bryan Hitch.
- JLA (vol. 9): Terror Incognita (2002). Reprints issues #55-60. Mark Waid and Bryan Hitch.
- JLA (vol. 10): Golden Perfect (200?). Reprints issues #61-65. Joe Kelly and Doug Mahnke.
- JLA (vol. 11): The Obsidian Age Book 1 (200?). Reprints issues #66-71. Joe Kelly and Doug Mahnke.
- JLA (vol. 12): The Obsidian Age Book 2. Reprints JLA #72-76. Joe Kelly and Doug Mahnke.
- JLA (vol. 13) Rules of Engagement. Joe Kelly, Rick Veitch, Doug Mahnke and others. Reprints JLA #77-82. Should the JLA involve themselves in the political matters of an alien planet?
- JLA (vol. 14) Trial by Fire. Reprints JLA #84-89. Joe Kelly and Doug Mahnke.
- JLA (vol. 15) The 10th Circle. Reprints JLA #94-99. John Byrne, Chris Claremont and Jerry Ordway.
- JLA (vol. 16) Pain of the Gods. JLA #101-106. Written by Chuck Austen; Art and cover by Ron Garney.
- JLA (vol. 17) Syndicate Rules. JLA #107-114 and a story from JLA Secret Files 2004. Kurt Busiek and Ron Garney
- JLA (vol. 18) Crisis of Conscience. JLA #115-119. Geoff Johns, Allan Heinberg and Chris Batista
- JLA (vol. 19) World without a Justice League. JLA #120-125. Bob Harras and Tom Derenick
» Collecting the JLA: Classified series:
- JLA: Ultramarine Corps. Classified #1-3, and JLA//WILDCATS. Grant Morrison and Ed McGuinness
- I Can't Believe It's Not the Justice League. Classified #4-9. Keith Giffen & J.M. DeMatteis
- JLA Classified: New maps of Hell. Classified #10-15. Warren Ellis and Butch Guice
- JLA: The Hypothetical Woman. Classified #16-21. Gail Simone and José Luís García-López
- JLA: Kid Amazo. Classified #37-41. Peter Milligan and Carlos D'Anda
- JLA: That was Now This is Then. Classified #50-54. Roger Stern and John Byrne
» Collecting the Justice League of America v.2 series:
- Justice League of America (vol. 1) The Tornado's Path. JLofA v.2 #1-6. Brad Meltzer and Ed Benes.
- Justice League of America (vol. 2) The Lightning Saga. JLofA v.2 #0, 8-12 & JSA #5-6. Written by Brad Meltzer and Geoff Johns; art by Ed Benes, and Dale Eaglasham.
- Justice League of America (vol. 3) The Injustice League. JLA Wedding Special #1 and JLofA #13-16. Dwayne McDuffie and Alan Burnett with Ed Benes, Mike McKone and Joe Benitez.
- Justice League of America (vol. 4) Sanctuary. JLofA #17-21. Dwayne McDuffie and Alan Burnett with Ed Benes.
- Justice League of America (vol. 5) The Second Coming. JLofA v.2 #22-26. Dwayne McDuffie and Ed Benes.
- Crisis on Multiple Earths vol. 1. Reprints the first four JLA/JSA team-ups from Justice League of America #21-22, 29-30, 37-38, 46-47.
- Crisis on Multiple Earths vol. 2. Reprints JLA/JSA team-ups from Justice League of America ##55-56, 64-65, 72-73, 83-84.
- Crisis on Multiple Earths vol. 3. Reprints JLA/JSA team-ups from Justice League of America #91-92, 100-102, 107-108, and 113.
- Crisis on Multiple Earths vol. 4 . Reprints JLA/JSA team-ups from Justice League of America #122-124, #135-137 and #147-148
- JLA/Titans: The Technis Imperative. Reprints issues #1-3. Devyn Grayson and Phil Jimenez.
- JLA: World Without Grownups. Reprints issues #1-2.
- JLA: Year One. Reprints issues #1-12. Mark Waid and Barry Kitson.
- JLA: Zatanna's Search (2004). Reprints The Atom #19, Hawkman #4, Green Lantern #42, Detective Comics #335 and 355 and Justice League of America #51. Also, a 10-page Zatanna origin.
- Justice League: A New Beginning. Reprints Justice League #1-6 and Justice League International #7. J.M. DeMatteis, Mark Waid, Keith Giffen and Kevin Maguire.
- Justice League Elite, vol. 1. Reprints Action #775, JLA #100, JLA Secret Files 2004 and Justice League Elite #1-4. Joe Kelly and Doug Mahnke
- Justice League Elite, vol. 2. Reprints Justice League Elite #5-12. Joe Kelly and Doug Mahnke
- The Justice League of America Hereby Elects… JLofA #4, 75, 105-106, 146, 161 and 173-174
- Secret Origins featuring JLA. Reprints "Star-seed" from JLA Secret Files #1, "Gazing Back" from Batman Secret Files #1, "Guy Talk" from Green Lantern Secret Files #1, "A Run of Luck" from Flash Secret Files #1, "Vunerability" from Wonder Woman Secret Files #1, "Left for Dead" from Aquaman Secret Files #1, "Who is ... Superman?" from Superman Secret Files #1.
- Justice League: Cry for Justice (#1-7) By James Robinson and Mauro Cascioli
» Collecting Justice League Adventures:
- Justice League Adventures: The Magnificent Seven - Volume 1. Reprints issues #3, 6, 10, 11, 12. $6.95. 112 pages (February 1, 2004)
- Justice League Adventures: Friends and Foes - Volume 2. Reprints issues 13, 14, 16, 19 and 20. $6.95. 112 pages (February 1, 2004)
» Collecting Justice League Unlimited:
- Justice League Unlimitied (vol. 1) United They Stand. Issues #1-5. (May 2005)
- Justice League Unlimitied (vol. 2) World's Greatest Heroes. Issues #6-10. Adam Beechen and Carlo Barberi, Ethen Beavers and Walden Wong
- Justice League Unlimitied (vol. 3) Champions of Justice. Issues #11-15. Adam Beechen and Carlo Barberi and Walden Wong
- Justice League Unlimitied (vol. 4) Ties that Bind. Issues #16-22. Adam Beechen and Paul Storrie; art by Carlo Barberi, Rick Burchett
- Justice League Unlimitied (vol. 5) Heroes. Issues #23-29.
- Justice League Unlimitied: Jam-Packed Action. Adapting the television episodes "Initiation" and "For the Man Who Has Everything"
+ Justice League novels for adults (2002-03)
Published by Pocket Books. All mass market paperbacks ($6.99) except for The Exterminators.
These were six adult prose paperback novels which bore cover artwork by Alex Ross. Although each focuses on a core character, all JLA members appear in all books.
2. Wonder Woman: Mythos by Carol Lay. 320 pages. January 31, 2003. OWN IT
This tale is told mostly from Wonder Woman's perspective. I enjoyed the parts involving Diana the most. In my opnion, she is fascinating enough character to carry the story on her own.
Upon a return visit to Themyscira, Wonder Woman's mother, Hippolyta, bids her to visit their oracle. The oracle gives her a confusing prediction that leads Diana to wonder about the existence of a male band of "Amazons."
It's true, the island occupies roughly the same space as Themyscira, but in another dimension. We learn that it was created by Ares. After a powerful red orb fell from space into the ocean, Ares took it from Poseidon then created this dimension to keep it "safe."
While Diana is home, she is alerted to the disappearance of a married couple, Ana and Henry Lindstadt, who while diving, happened upon the orb, and were transported to the other dimension.
Diana is also swept away by a great waterspout. She finds an island inhabited by surprisingly docile men. But when Henry discovers the orb, the men are transformed into hulking monsters and capture Diana with her own lasso. Her male JLA colleagues also come under the orb's spell.
After freeing them, Diana faces Ares himself, who in the end takes the orb to a new secret location. Diana deduces that Ares is also powerless to fight the orb's possessive power.
6. JLA: Exterminators by Christopher Golden. hardcover, 352 pages. July 2004 OWN IT
This novel was well written, but left me skipping ahead at times. The pacing was off. Or maybe I read it too long after the Morrison JLA's heyday. I'm also annoyed, as always, by the ubiquitousness of Alex Ross' artwork. The cover depicts Hal Jordan but the Green Lantern in this story is Kyle Rayner.
The story involves the clean-up of a case from the earliest days of the Justice League. Back then, the new JLA encountered a race of aliens it didn't understand. After defeating them, the aliens were destroyed—all except one whose head was kept on ice by the British intelligence.
Ten years later, scores of people from Britain are turning into metahumans. Soon, however, they transform further, into armor plated aliens. These aliens are called Burrowers and match the JLA's strength levels. What's more, they learn from every encounter and adapt.
The Atom ultimately discovers that the original aliens were not the same as this new threat, but instead were exterminators sent after them. Atom engineers clones of the exterminators and unleashes them on the burrowers.
The League in turn barely manages to keep the exterminators themselves in check. Only two infected people are spared the transformation, including Ian Partington, who befriends Kyle and Wally.
1. Batman: The Stone King by Alan Grant. 304 pages. March 2002.
3. Green Lantern: Hero's Quest by Dennis O'Neil. 400 pages. March 2003.
4. The Flash: Stop Motion by Mark Schultz. 320 pages March 1, 2004.
5. Superman: The Never-Ending Battle by Roger Stern. 384 pages. June 1, 2005.
+ Justice League novels for teens (2002-03)
Published by Bantam Books (Paperbacks, $4.99)
| 1. Secret Origins
by Michael Teitelbaum. 176 pages. August 6, 2002. Also released on Audio CD (Abridged). An adaptation to the premier episode of the cartoon.
In Darkest Night
by Michael Jan Friedman. 144 pages. August 6, 2002. Also released on Audio CD (Abridged). Featuring Green Lantern; an adaptation of the same episode of the cartoon.
Wings of War
by Michael Jan Friedman. 128 pages. November 12, 2002. Also released on Audio CD (Abridged). Featuring Batman and Hawkgirl.
by Louise Simonson. 160 pages. November 12, 2002. Also released on Audio CD (Abridged). Featuring Wonder Woman against the arch-villain Darkseid.
by Michael Teitelbaum. 176 pages. March 2003. Also released on Audio CD (Abridged). Featuring the Flash.
Wild at Heart
by Louise Simonson. 160 pages. March 2003. Also released on Audio CD (Abridged). Featuring Superman against Mongul.
| 7. No Man is an Island
by Alan Grant. 118 pages. July 2003. Featuring Hakwgirl.
| 8. A Golden Opportunity
by Michael Teitelbaum. 128 pages. September 9, 2003. Featuring Superman.
A League of His Own
by Michael Teitelbaum, Jan Friedman. 128 pages. November 11, 2003. Featuring the Martian Manhunter
| 10. Speed Trap
by Michael Teitelbaum. 128 pages. November 11, 2003. Featuring the Flash.
+ Justice League children's activity books
by Dalmation Press
The following were all published around the same time and featured the styling of the Justice League cartoon. The first four have a set of 8 cards on their back covers (2 per book).
- Truth, Justice And Freedom (2003). "Big Best Book to Color" with games and stickers. Has the Flash and Batman cards. 96 pages, $2.99.
- One-Way Ticket to Wonderworld (2003)."Sticker Story Book to Color." Has Green Lantern and Superman cards. 16 pages, $2.99.
- World of Justice, "Paint Box Book to Color" (2003). Includes a watercolor set and reprints the "secret origins" material from Truth, Justice and Freedom (#1). Has Wonder Woman and Martian Manhunter cards. 16 pages $3.99.
- One Man Justice League (2003). Hawkgirl and team cards??. 24 pages
- Fun Slate (2003). Draw-and-peel/erase board. No cards. $1.69.
- Mirror Mirror (2003). ?? 24 pages
- Starro the Conqueror! (2003). ?? 24 pages
- Total Eclipse (2003). ?? 24 pages
- Color Surprise (Feb. 2004). Hardcover: 32 pages
- The Swarm by Brian Augustyn, Jason Armstrong (Illustrator), Dan Waters (Illustrator) $2.99
- Saving the World: 400 Pages of Coloring Fun! 24 pages. (April, 2003)
- How to Draw: Justice League (Justice League) by Scholastic $4.99. 32 pages. Publisher: Scholastic (February 1, 2004)
- Mad Libs: Justice League (Paperback) by Roger Price, Leonard Stern. $3.99. Paperback: 48 pages. Publisher: Price Stern Sloan (April 1, 2004)
+ DC Super-Pets
by Capstone/Picture Window Books
This series of kids' chapter books is published from 2010–2012 with the goal of producing 24 titles total. The first six titles debut in January 2011. DC Super-Pets pairs new stories with original art by Eisner Award winner Art Baltazar (known best for Tiny Titans). The full-color books introduce readers to the super-pets of the World’s Greatest Super Heroes, who also work night and day to fight crime and evil in the DC Universe.
This publisher also published a DC Super Heroes, series under their Stone Arch Books imprint. This series will also see new titles Spring 2011 starring Green Lantern and the Flash.
56 pages each • Hardcover $22.65 Hardcover S/L: $16.99 Paperback: $4.95 • Size: 5.75 x 8.25"
Amazing Heroes #116 (1 May 1987). "Out of America: The New Justice League,"by Andy Mangels; pp. 47–55. Fantagraphics Books. An analysis of the post-Crisis Justice League; includes information from Keith Giffen.
The Amazing World of DC Comics, vol.
4, no. 14 (1977) JLA articles are written by Mark Gruenwald. Paul Levitz,
editor. E. Nelson Bridwell, Mike Gold, Jack C. Harris and Bob Rozakis, contributing
I have digitized some of these articles: The Longest-Running Super-Hero Team in Comics History • Secret Identities Members Guests Villains
In a League of Their Own (March 1997).
A look at the League's early publishing history.
The DC Comics Index to the Justice League of America (1986-1987). 8 issues. by Murray Ward & Laura Webb, eds. Published by Eclipse (Independent Comics Group).
Weekly: Equal 'Justice'? (12 November 2001).
A comparison of the Super Friends and Justice League cartoons.
JLA Sourcebook (2000): Great for role playing gaming, but not really for other fans. Unlike the previous Sourcebook, this one reveals no "inside" information. In fact, it makes numerous (and not obscure) continuity errors which have been clearly addressed in comics. (Jandt, Fred & Nikola Vrtis. West End Games. 2000)
The Justice League Companion by Michael Eury, Murphy Anderson (Illustrator), Neal Adams (Illustrator) $24.95. Paperback, 224 pages. Publisher: TwoMorrows Publishing, 2005.
Commemorating the Justice League of America's 45th anniversary, The Justice League Companion is a comprehensive examination of the Silver Age JLA. Written by Michael Eury (author of the critically acclaimed Captain Action and co-author of The Superhero Book), The Justice League Companion traces the JLA's development, history, imitators, and early fandom through vintage and all-new interviews with the series' creators, an issue-by-issue index of the JLA's 1960-1972 adventures, classic and never-before-published artwork, and other fun and fascinating features!
Sourcebook (1990): Look for
the cover by Kevin Maguire of all the JLAers looking at the "camera."
(Winninger, Ray. Mayfair Games/DC Comics, Inc. 1990)
League: The Ultimate Guide (2002)
A wonderful book! It's well-researched and bursting with imagery. This book is much better than the 2000 Sourcebook. Similar in format to the Ultimate Superman and Batman books. Hardcover: 96 pages. $19.99.
(Beatty, Scott. DK Publishing, 2002)
Justice League: Ultimate Sticker Book (2002)
Released alongside the Ultimate book. 16 pages. $6.99.
(Dougall, Alastair & Nick Avery [Designer]. DK Publishing, 2002)
Published by Wizard Magazine…
- JLA Special, 1997. Grant Morrison interview, pull-out poster by John Dell.
- JLA Special, 1998. Grant Morrison interview, timeline, membership card.
- #75 Poster, Nov. 1997: Contains a free poster of the pre-Crisis JLA, up through Zatanna, later made available by the WB Stores
- #77 Poster, Jan. 1998: Contains a free poster of the JLA giving homeless people presents and food for Christmas. Drawn in the "Adventures" style.
- #?? Poster: Featuring "Year One" JLA and present JLA.
- #207. (Jan. 2009) "The Hunt for Justice," by Kevin Mahadeo. pp. 28-32.
Write Now! #10, May 2005. Featuring the animated JLU
Greatest Super-Heroes (Hardcover) by Paul Dini and Alex
Ross. 396 pages. $49.99. DC Comics, 2005
Oversized hardcover edition that collects six stories plus several pages of promotional art, sketches, art done for DC Direct product, and more.