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JLA (1997) comic books

  • Issue #1
    JLA (1997) 1
    Published Jan 1997 by DC.
    • Signed by artist Howard Porter with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.
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    • Paper: White
    • Label #0749840009
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Minor side edge cracks; Scuffing on front and back of case; Scuffing to inner well of case
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    • Signed by artist Howard Porter. Does not include certificate of authenticity.

    The Hyperclan's arrival on Earth is met with praise by the public, but distrust by Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Martian Manhunter, Green Lantern and Flash, while Metamorpho tries to protect Nuklon, Ice Maiden and Obsidian in "Them!" Part 1 of 4, continued next issue. Script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Howard Porter, inks by John Dell. Porter/Dell cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #2
    JLA (1997) 2
    Published Feb 1997 by DC.

    Aquaman enters the fray as the League splits into smaller teams to take on the Hyperclan in "The Day The Earth Stood Still". Part 2 of 4, continued from the previous issue. Story continues next issue. Script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Howard Porter, inks by John Dell. Porter/Dell cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #4
    JLA (1997) 4
    Published Apr 1997 by DC.

    The Hyperclan take their true forms in the final fight with the JLA, while an invasion force arrives on Earth in "Invaders From Mars". Part 4 of 4, continued from the previous issue. Script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Howard Porter, inks by John Dell. Porter/Dell cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #5
    JLA (1997) 5
    Published May 1997 by DC.

    A recruitment drive yields Tomorrow Woman as a new member, while Professor Ivo and T.O. Morrow hatch a new plot in "Woman Of Tomorrow". Script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Howard Porter, inks by John Dell. Cameos by Max Mercury, Green Arrow, Damage, Hitman, Warrior, Steel, Supergirl, Plastic Man, Aztek, Artemis, Robin. Porter/Dell cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #6
    JLA (1997) 6
    Published Jun 1997 by DC.

    Asmodel sends his celestial legions to dispose of Zauriel, a former guardian angel being protected by the JLA, while Neron plots with Abnegazar and Ghast in "Fire In The Sky". Part 1 of 2, continued next issue. Script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Howard Porter, inks by John Dell. Porter/Dell cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #7
    JLA (1997) 7
    Published Jul 1997 by DC.

    Asmodel and his legions' arrival on Earth does not bode well for Zauriel and the JLA, while Superman tries to foil Neron, Ghast and Abnegazar by keeping the moon right where it is in "Heaven On Earth". Part 2 of 2, continued from the previous issue. Script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Howard Porter, inks by John Dell and Ken Branch. Porter/Dell cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #8
    JLA (1997) 8
    Published Aug 1997 by DC.

    Only Green Arrow stands in the Key's way as the villain subjects the Leaguers to hallucinogenic treatments in "Imaginary Stories". Part 1 of 2, continued next issue. Script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Oscar Jimenez, inks by Chip Wallace. Howard Porter/John Dell cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #9
    JLA (1997) 9
    Published Sep 1997 by DC.

    The Leaguers try to break out of their dream realities, much to the Key's delight, while Green Arrow must use his father's trick arrows in "Elseworlds". Part 2 of 2, continued from the previous issue. Script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Oscar Jimenez, inks by Chip Wallace and Hanibal Rodriguez. Howard Porter/John Dell cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #10
    JLA (1997) 10
    Published Oct 1997 by DC.

    The JLA take on their doubles in the Revenge Squad, while the Injustice Gang plan their next move above the Earth in "Rock Of Ages Prologue: Genesis and Revelations". Part 1 of 6, continued next issue. Script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Howard Porter, inks by John Dell. Porter/Dell cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #11
    JLA (1997) 11
    Published Nov 1997 by DC.

    Martian Manhunter and Superman traverse the Joker's mind, Circe tries to manipulate Green Arrow and Green Lantern, and Metron comes looking for the Philosopher's Stone in "Rock Of Ages Part Two: Hostile Takeover". Part 2 of 6, continued from the previous issue. Story continues next issue. Script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Howard Porter, inks by John Dell. Plastic Man, Robin cameos. Porter/Dell cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #11REP
    JLA (1997) 11REP
    Published Oct 1997 by DC.

    Second printing. Martian Manhunter and Superman traverse the Joker's mind, Circe tries to manipulate Green Arrow and Green Lantern, and Metron comes looking for the Philosopher's Stone in "Rock Of Ages Part Two: Hostile Takeover". Part 2 of 6, continued from the previous issue. Story continues next issue. Script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Howard Porter, inks by John Dell. Plastic Man, Robin cameos. Porter/Dellcover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #12
    JLA (1997) 12
    Published Nov 1997 by DC.

    Flash, Green Lantern and Aquaman experience the wonders of Wonderworld, Luthor makes Aztek a proposal, and Green Lantern encounters the new Hourman in "Rock Of Ages Part Three: Wonderworld". Part 3 of 6, continued from the previous issue. Story continues next issue. Script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Howard Porter, inks by John Dell. Metron. Porter/Dell cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #13
    JLA (1997) 13
    Published Dec 1997 by DC.

    15 years in the future, the JLA must come together to take the battle to Earth's ruler, Darkseid, in "Rock Of Ages Part Four: Wasteland". Part 4 of 6, continued from the previous issue. Story continues next issue. Script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Howard Porter, inks by John Dell. Porter/Dell cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #14
    JLA (1997) 14
    Published Jan 1998 by DC.

    Aquaman, Flash and Green Lantern must get back to their own time with Metron's help, while Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Arrow and the Atom try to take out Darkseid in "Rock Of Ages Part Five: Twilight Of The Gods". Part 5 of 6, continued from the previous issue. Story continues next issue. Script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Howard Porter, inks by John Dell. Porter/Dell cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #15
    JLA (1997) 15
    Published Feb 1998 by DC.

    It's the decisive battle with the Injustice Gang, plus the fate of the Philosopher's Stone, in "Rock Of Ages Part Six: Stone Of Destiny". Part 6 of 6, continued from the previous issue. Script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Howard Porter, Gary Frank and Greg Land, inks by John Dell and Bob McLeod. Plastic Man, Metron, Hourman. 39 pages of story. Porter/Dell cover. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #16
    JLA (1997) 16
    Published Mar 1998 by DC.

    When the media is invited to the Watchtower to meet the JLA's new roster, Prometheus seizes the opportunity to eliminate the League in "Camelot". Part 1 of 2, continued next issue. Script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Howard Porter, inks by John Dell. Lois Lane. Porter/Dell cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #17
    JLA (1997) 17
    Published Apr 1998 by DC.

    Prometheus faces some unexpected resistance in his bid to destroy the League in "Prometheus Unbound". Part 2 of 2, continued from the previous issue. Script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Arnie Jorgensen, inks by David Meikis and Mark Pennington. Lois Lane. Howard Porter/John Dell cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #18
    JLA (1997) 18
    Published May 1998 by DC.

    The number 7 is unlucky for the JLA as 7 jumbo jets are on a collision course, 7 super-villains attack the White House and 7 skyscrapers burst into flames in "Synchronicity". Part 1 of 2, continued next issue. Script by Mark Waid, pencils by Howard Porter, inks by John Dell. Porter/Dell cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #19
    JLA (1997) 19
    Published Jun 1998 by DC.

    As the pandemonium unleashed by the Engine of Chance bends back through time, Leaguers start to disappear or find themselves changed in "Seven Soldiers of Probability". Part 2 of 2, continued from the previous issue. Script by Mark Waid, pencils by Howard Porter, inks by John Dell and Walden Wong. Porter/Dell cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #20
    JLA (1997) 20
    Published Jul 1998 by DC.

    Kidnapped and enslaved by an alien race, the JLA is shocked to discover Adam Strange's role in their plight in "Mystery In Space". Part 1 of 2, continued next issue. Script by Mark Waid, pencils by Arnie Jorgensen, inks by David Meikis. Howard Porter/John Dell cover. Bonus: 6 pages from JLA: The Nail #1 by Alan Davis and Mark Farmer. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #21
    JLA (1997) 21
    Published Aug 1998 by DC.

    Marooned on Rann, the Leaguers must find a way to break the chains of their jailer, Adam Strange, in "Strange New World". Part 2 of 2, continued from the previous issue. Script by Mark Waid, pencils by Arnie Jorgensen, inks by David Meikis and and Doug Hazlewood. Howard Porter/John Dell cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #22
    JLA (1997) 22
    Published Sep 1998 by DC.

    Superman, Green Lantern and Wonder Woman enter The Dreaming in an effort to stop "It". Part 1 of 2, continued next issue. Script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Howard Porter, inks by John Dell. The Sandman (Daniel, the King of Dreams). Porter/Dell cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #23
    JLA (1997) 23
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    The JLA battle It on two fronts: in The Dreaming and the real world in "Conquerors". Part 2 of 2, continued from the previous issue. Script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Howard Porter, inks by John Dell. The Sandman (Daniel, the King of Dreams). Porter/Dell cover. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #24
    JLA (1997) 24
    Published Dec 1998 by DC.

    Part 1 of 3 – "Executive Action!" Written by Grant Morrison. Art by Howard Porter and John Dell. When the dormant remains of the Justices League enemy the indestructible Shaggy Man are disturbed, the JLA springs into action, only to be met with defeat. Meanwhile, the United States Government introduces a new team of super soldiers to the world as a new kind of arms race begins. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: 1st appearance of the Ultra-Marines (Warmaker One, 4-D, Flow, and Pulse 8). Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #25
    JLA (1997) 25
    Published Jan 1999 by DC.

    Part 2 of 3 – "Scorched Earth!" Written by Grant Morrison. Art by Howard Porter and John Dell. The unscrupulous General Eiling has successfully sent his Ultra-Marines against the JLA. Now, having taken on the U.S. military's own secret super-team, it's beginning to look like its the World's Greatest Heroes that have gone renegade. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #27
    JLA (1997) 27
    Published Mar 1999 by DC.

    "The Bigger They Come!" Written by Mark Millar. Art by Mark Pajarillo and Walden Wong. The JLA's recruitment drive is interrupted when the mighty Amazo awakens. The Justice League quickly assembles but this Amazo possesses all the powers and abilities of every single member of the JLA, making it unbeatable. The only one that can save the day is the Atom?! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #28
    JLA (1997) 28
    Published Apr 1999 by DC.

    Crisis Times Five: Part 1 of 4 – Guest-starring Captain Marvel and the JSA. Written by Grant Morrison. Art by Howard Porter and John Dell. General Strange, nearly omnipotent creatures are appearing around the world. Reminiscent of the genies, fairies and leprechauns of ancient myth, these unstoppable, impossible imps may just pose the greatest threat the Earth has ever seen! And when the JLA rushes to answer the challenge, Earths Greatest Heroes fall before these magical creatures might. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #29
    JLA (1997) 29
    Published May 1999 by DC.

    Crisis Times Five: Part 2 of 4 – "World Turned Upside Down…!" Guest-starring Captain Marvel and the JSA. Written by Grant Morrison. Art by Howard Porter and John Dell. The Denizens of the Fifth Dimension have invaded Earth and the world has turned upside down. Superman's vulnerability to magic makes him a liability, and Captain Marvel isn't about to let him make the ultimate sacrifice. Even if he has to defeat the Man of Steel to do it. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #30
    JLA (1997) 30
    Published Jun 1999 by DC.

    Crisis Times Five: Part 3 of 4 – "Worlds Beyond!" Guest-starring Captain Marvel and the JSA. Written by Grant Morrison. Art by Howard Porter and John Dell. The evil genie LKZ is rampant across our world! Meanwhile, a select JLA squad takes the battle to the genies' other-dimensional home in a desperate attempt to keep our very reality from crumbling. With the JLA, the JSA, and Captain Marvel all in on the action, this has to be the greatest JLA adventure in this or any dimension! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #31
    JLA (1997) 31
    Published Jul 1999 by DC.

    Crisis Times Five: Part 4 of 4 – "Gods and Monsters!" Guest-starring Captain Marvel and the JSA. Written by Grant Morrison. Art by Howard Porter and John Dell. Zauriel and Green Lantern Alan Scott attempt to free the Spectre from his mystical prison. Batman and Aquaman take the fight to the man responsible for the chaos – Triumph. Meanwhile, if Captain Marvel and Green Lantern Kyle Rayner fail all will be lost! Don't miss the Earth-shattering conclusion to the biggest JLA/JSA event! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #32
    JLA (1997) 32
    Published Aug 1999 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY MARK WAID AND DEVIN GRAYSON; ART BY MARK PAJARILLO AND WALDEN WONG; COVER BY HOWARD PORTER AND JOHN DELL. The first of two issues by guest writers Mark Waid and Devin Grayson and the team of Mark Pajarillo and Walden Wong reveals the role the JLA has played in "No Man's Land"! With Gotham City cut off from the rest of the nation and crime running rampant on what's left of its streets, people across the land have wondered what the JLA is going to do about it. That question is answered as Batman's most powerful allies struggle to protect the innocent and punish an unexpected group of foes that is trying to use Gotham's misfortune for its own benefit. FC, 32 PG Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #34
    JLA (1997) 34
    Published Oct 1999 by DC.

    Written by Grant Morrison; art and cover by Howard Porter and John Dell. A super-villain-packed issue setting the stage for Grant Morrison's final JLA storyline! A massive prison riot erupts at Belle Reve, penitentiary for the worst villains on earth. But when Green Lantern arrives to put down the uprising, he finds a sinister force behind the revolt. And after his ring is stolen, Kyle may not manage to warn his teammates in time! FC, 32 pg.$1.99" Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #35
    JLA (1997) 35
    Published Nov 1999 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY J.M. DEMATTEIS; ART BY MARK PAJARILLO AND WALDEN WONG; COVER BY HOWARD PORTER AND JOHN DELL. Is the reborn Spectre the JLA's friend...or a new and deadly foe? No sooner do the earth-shattering events of DAY OF JUDGMENT subside than the Justice League finds itself faced with a dilemma of cosmic proportions. Confronting the evil that exists within all beings ? even the members of the JLA ? the new Spectre must choose how to fulfill his cosmic obligations in the fight against evil. But what will he decide? And what role does the Joker play in his decision? FC, 32 PG." Day of Judgment Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #36
    JLA (1997) 36
    Published Dec 1999 by DC.

    Written by Grant Morrison; art and cover by Howard Porter and John Dell Grant Morrison's ultimate JLA story begins with Part 1 of the 6-part "World War Three"! Since the new League was formed, there have been hints of a deadly threat that could only be stopped by an army of the World's Greatest Super-Heroes. Now that threat has arrived, the doomsday weapon of the Old Gods...the "anti-sun" known as Mageddon. But if that weren't threat enough, Lex Luthor has assembled a new Injustice Gang -- with Prometheus, the General, and a new Queen Bee at its core -- and they're launching a fearsome assault on the JLA Watchtower. Will the JLA lose the ultimate battle almost before it begins? For more information, see the feature article. Note: A signed version is offered in the Dynamic Forces section of Previews. FC, 32 pg." Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #37
    JLA (1997) 37
    Published Jan 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY GRANT MORRISON; ART AND COVER BY HOWARD PORTER AND JOHN DELL. Grant Morrison's ultimate JLA story continues with Part 2 of the 6-part "World War Three"! The entire world is descending into strife and chaos as Mageddon ? the dread "Anti-Sun" of the Old Gods ? approaches to give humankind its ultimate test. But as war and violence spread around the globe, where are the World's Greatest Super-Heroes? Fighting for their lives against Luthor's new Injustice Gang, that's where! While the indestructible General and the new Queen Bee literally tear apart the Watchtower, Prometheus terrorizes Oracle in Gotham, stealing all the JLA's secrets. And behind it all is Luthor, striking his greatest blow against our heroes just when they are needed most! FC, 32 PG." Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #38
    JLA (1997) 38
    Published Feb 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY GRANT MORRISON; ART AND COVER BY HOWARD PORTER AND JOHN DELL Grant Morrison's ultimate JLA story continues with Part 3 of the 6-part "World War Three"! As Luthor's new Injustice Gang tear the JLA Watchtower apart, the true power behind the newly erupting global warfare finally shows itself: Mageddon, the war-bringer, the anti-sun, the ultimate agent of doom. Don't miss Batman's epic rematch with Prometheus! See Metropolis transformed into the hive- headquarters for the new Queen Bee! Feel the stars themselves shudder as the mighty Orion announces that "the blood-red game of gods has begun!" This is what super-hero comics are all about! FC, 32 PG." Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #39
    JLA (1997) 39
    Published Mar 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY GRANT MORRISON; ART AND COVER BY HOWARD PORTER AND JOHN DELL. Grant Morrison's ultimate JLA story continues with Part 4 of the 6-part "World War Three"! The JLA Watchtower has fallen and war rages across the globe as the ultimate enemy, Mageddon, approaches Earth! While Green Lantern rallies everyone who's ever been a Justice Leaguer to fight the Queen Bee's invading armada, Superman and Orion battle the unstoppable General in the Ghost Zone! To make matters worse, the nations of the world get swept up in the war-fever induced by Mageddon's approach! If our heroes can barely handle all of this, what hope will they have against Mageddon itself? FC, 32 PG." Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #40
    JLA (1997) 40
    Published Apr 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY GRANT MORRISON; ART AND COVER BY HOWARD PORTER AND JOHN DELL. Grant Morrison's ultimate JLA story continues with Part 5 of the 6-part "World War Three" as the ultimate danger to mankind and the universe itself ? Mageddon, the Anti-Sun, the Warbringer ? is finally revealed! While Animal Man and Steel race to find a solution to the conflict, the hosts of Heaven gather before a special envoy and the Flash returns from the edge of reality with help for the stricken Earth. Will even the ultimate sacrifice of a Leaguer be enough to prevent the Apocalypse of Mageddon? At long last, is all hope lost? Or does the Justice League have a surprise up its collective sleeve? FC, 32 PG." Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #41
    JLA (1997) 41
    Published May 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY GRANT MORRISON; ART AND COVER BY HOWARD PORTER AND JOHN DELL. It's humanity's last stand in the extra-sized conclusion of Grant Morrison's ultimate JLA story, "World War III!" With Superman trapped within the warbringer Mageddon, Green Lantern attempts to wrest control of his ring from the ultimate annihilator. As the rest of Earth's heroes desperately try to quell conflicts around the globe, will even the intervention of the New Gods be enough to save humanity? FC, 48 PG. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #43
    JLA (1997) 43
    Published Jul 2000 by DC.

    Tower of Babel Part 1. WRITTEN BY MARK WAID; ART AND COVER BY HOWARD PORTER AND DREW GERACI. Mark Waid makes his debut as new writer for the World's Greatest Super-Heroes! What could scare the JLA now that they've faced the menace of Mageddon? Well, Ra's al Ghul's not exactly a piker... FC, 32 PG. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #46
    JLA (1997) 46
    Published Oct 2000 by DC.

    Written by Marl Waid. Art by Steve Scott & Mark Propst. Cover by Howard Porter & Drew Geraci. The utterly unexpected conclusion to "Tower of Babel," the JLA's battle with the insidious Ra's al Ghul! After saving the planet from the deadliest cosmic threats imaginable, the League has suffered its worst defeat at the hands of Batman's most resourceful enemy. Now the JLA must heal from a kind of damage that may spell the end of the World's Greatest Super-Heroes, beginning with a startling change to the JLA roster. FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #47
    JLA (1997) 47
    Published Nov 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY MARK WAID; ART AND COVER BY BRYAN HITCH AND PAUL NEARY. Bryan Hitch and Paul Neary join Mark Waid to form the new JLA creative team! As the Leaguers struggle to adjust to the changes caused by kicking out a core member of the team last issue, they find themselves facing the haunting menace of the immortal Queen of Fables! Will the pared-down JLA be able to stand against her and her nightmarish influence? FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #49
    JLA (1997) 49
    Published Jan 2001 by DC.

    The Queen of Fables, Part 3 of 3. Believing Wonder Woman to be her ancient rival Snow White, and the Justice Leaguers to be knights in Snow's service, the Queen of Fables claims Wonder Woman's Wonderdome as her own in "Unhappily Ever After." Script by Mark Waid, pencils by Bryan Hitch & Javier Saltares, inks by Paul Neary & Chris Ivy. Cover by Hitch & Neary. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #50
    JLA (1997) 50
    Published Feb 2001 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY MARK WAID;ART BY BRYAN HITCH, PHIL JIMENEZ, DOUG MAHNKE, MARK PAJARILLO, TY TEMPLETON, PAUL NEARY, DREW GERACI, WALDEN WONG AND KEVIN NOWLAN;COVER BY HITCH AND NEARY. An extra-sized issue featuring a variety of talented artists finds the League divided over a conflict regarding their vote to eject Batman from the team. Meanwhile, a threat looms in the Watchtower! FC, 48 PG. Cover price $3.75.