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Justice League Quarterly (1990) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Justice League Quarterly (1990) 1

    What's 84 pages, is published every three months, and stars more heroes than you can shake a stick at? JUSTICE LEAGUE QUARTERLY, that's what. And to launch the latest JL title, #1 features the debut of a new group of super-heroes, the one that Booster Gold's been working so hard to put together since leaving the Justice League. He calls the group, which is backed by some of the country's biggest and most powerful corporations, the Conglomerate. Booster's new pals and gals are Maxi-Man, Praxis, Gypsy, Echo, Vapor and Reverb, but pretty soon Booster's got to wonder if their industry backers want them to be heroes...or corporate puppets. What he doesn't have to wonder is how the Justice League's going to react when the two groups come into conflict. Written by Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis, with art by Chris Sprouse and Bruce Patterson. Cover pencils by Adam Hughes. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2
    Justice League Quarterly (1990) 2

    Purple mountain majesties? Amber waves of grain? How tacky! At least that's the opinion of Mr. Nebula, the invulnerable, omnipotent Cosmic Designer who's come to redecorate our planet. It'll take the combined power of the Justice League, G'nort and the Scarlet Skier to keep him from giving Mother Earth the once over...which means we could all be facing a new color scheme real soon. Written by Keith Giffen and J.M DeMatteis, with art by Tom Artis, Randy Elliott and Bruce Patterson. Plus, the first-ever Fire and Ice solo story. Cover by Bart Sears. 84 pages. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #3
    Justice League Quarterly (1990) 3

    Kilowog and Mitch Wacky travel back through time and other dimensions to prevent the Extremists from ever coming into existence and destroying Wacky's world. When other JLI members try to follow them, they find themselves only 6" high...and then, in trying to return home, they travel back to the wrong time where they run into the original Justice League of America. Written by Keith Giffen and Gerard Jones, with art by Mike McKone and Bob Smith. 84 pages. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #4
    Justice League Quarterly (1990) 4

    The Injustice League tries to do the right thing by raiding a weird cult and recovering ill-gotten gold, in a story written by Will Jacobs, with art by Jason Pearson and Randy Elliott. Also, in an adventure written by J.M. DeMatteis and drawn by Darick Robertson and John Beatty, Ice finds a magic crystal that turns her into an Ice Demon. Plus, some tales of the JLE cat, written by Marshall Rogers and J.M. DeMatteis, with art by Rogers and P. Craig Russell. Cover by Kevin Maguire and Joe Rubinstein. 84 pages. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #5
    Justice League Quarterly (1990) 5

    And now for something completely different as JLQ takes a new direction, with regular features. All over the world, members of the League are being mysteriously attacked, their powers stolen! Plus, three all-new back-up features: Fire and Ice, the Global Guardians, and General Glory. Written by Mark Waid, William Messner-Loebs, Kevin Dooley and Joey Cavalieri, with art by Mike McKone, Jan Duursema, Andy Smith, Mike Parobeck, Ty Templeton and Andrew Pepoy. Cover pencils by Kevin Maguire. 84 pages. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #6
    Justice League Quarterly (1990) 6

    In the lead story, Sue's missing and the League helps the Elongated Man with the mystery. Story by Mark Waid, art by Eduardo Barreto. Back-ups include the Global Guardians by Kevin Dooley and Andy Smith, Power Girl by Paul Kupperberg, John Calimee and Pablo Marcos, and Blue Beetle by John Ostrander, Barry Horne and Scott Hanna. Cover by Barreto. 84 pages. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #7
    Justice League Quarterly (1990) 7

    It's the gala "Klaarsh Reunion" for Blue Beetle, who talks his friends into joining him for his high school reunion...and then, of course, aliens attack. Don't you just hate it when that happens? Written by Michael Jan Friedman, with art by Eduardo Barreto and Carlos Garzon. The back-up stories feature the Global Guardians by Kevin Dooley and Andy Smith, General Glory by Paul Kupperberg and Don Heck, and Rocket Red by Pat McGreal and Mike Vosburg. Cover by Phil Jimenez and Jose Marzan, Jr. 84 pages. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #8
    Justice League Quarterly (1990) 8

    Leading off the book is a tale in which the Justice League confronts a group of super-powered doubles whose abilities surpass the originals, and then they discover the secret of the new Conglomerate. Written by Mark Waid, with pencil art by Rod Whigham. In back-ups, Flash and Power Girl meet DC's new hero, Peter Cannon - Thunderbolt, written and pencilled by Michael Collins and inked by Jose Marzan, Jr. Then Kevin Dooley and Andy Smith provide a Global Guardians story; and Maxwell Lord is featured in a solo story written by Elliot S. Maggin, with pencil art by Tim Hamilton. Cover by Dave Cockrum. 84 pages. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #9
    Justice League Quarterly (1990) 9

    The League is locked in a bunker with a renegade scientist...and a highly contagious bacteria that will drive one of the members into a berserk murderous rampage. Written by Mark Waid, with art by Rod Whigham and Mike DeCarlo. The back-up stories feature Power Girl by Paul Kupperberg with Dusty Abell and Bob Wiacek; Crimson Fox by Kevin Dooley with Andy Smith; and Booster Gold by Elliot S. Maggin with Dave Cockrum and Jose Marzan, Jr. Cover by Andy Smith. 84 pages. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #10
    Justice League Quarterly (1990) 10

    Original cover price: $3.50. It's four big stories in one big comic, leading off with the JLA in "Time and Chance" by Mark Waid and Rod Whigham. Then, Fire and Ice deal with a "Contested Friendship" by William Messner-Loebs and Scott Benefiel. Flash has to give "Half an Inch" by Waid and Patrick Zircher. And then learn what happens "When Titans Date," a night on the town by Waid, Ty Templeton and Karl Kesel. Cover by Dan Rodriguez and Mike Sellers. 84 pages. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #11
    Justice League Quarterly (1990) 11

    Leading off the book, it's the women of the Justive League in a story written by William Messner-Loebs, with art by Mike Wieringo and Lee Moder. Back-up stories feature the Martian Manhunter, written by Dave Rawson and Pat McGreal, with art by Dave Cockrum and Peter Gross; and Praxis, which starts a new regular feature written by Michael Jan Freidman, with art by Mike Mayhew and Dan Davis. Cover by Wieringo and Jose Marzan, Jr. 84 pages. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #12
    Justice League Quarterly (1990) 12

    JLQ kicks off its third year with three bold new stories. In the lead feature, a new look is introduced for an original JLA foe as the new Amazo rampages through Manhattan, demanding his revenge against the JLA, but since they are out of town, it's up to the new Conglomerate to stop him. Written by Mark Waid, with art by Dan Rodriguez and Ken Branch. Praxis continues to follow the twisted trail of a serial-killer sorcerer, but with time running out and the bodies piling up, Praxis may have to risk using his own terrifying magic to resolve this mess. Written by Michael Jan Friedman, with art by Mike Mayhew and Dan Davis. Plus, Dr. Light and Ice go "On the Road," but their desert vacation is plagued by continuous misfortune. Written by Kim Fryer, with art by Mike Wieringo and Mike Christian. Plus, pin-ups by Sal Velluto and Paul Pelletier. Cover by Rodriguez and Branch. 84 pages. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #13
    Justice League Quarterly (1990) 13
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    Ultraa, once Maxima's suitor, returns to claim what he thinks is rightfully his, leaving a trail of bodies behind him, with the only thing standing between him and Maxima: Captain Atom. Written by Kevin Dooley, with pencil art by Greg LaRocque. Also, Power Girl spends some quality time with her grandfather, Arion the Immortal, written by Paul Kupperberg, with art by Michael Collins and Terry Beatty. And Praxis appears in Part 3 of his continuing story, written by Michael Jan Friedman, with art by Mike Mayhew and Frank Percy. Cover by Michael Linsner. 84 pages. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #14
    Justice League Quarterly (1990) 14

    Sarge Steel unites Captain Atom, Blue Beetle, Nightshade and Thunderbolt (who are joined by the all-new Judomaster) when the villainous Andreas Havoc escapes from his Tibetan prison and sets out to destroy New York City. Written by Paul Kupperberg, with art by Michael Collins and Eduardo Barreto. This issue also includes a Jack O'Lantern solo story by Steven T. Seagle and Frank Squillace, and the penultimate chapter of the Praxis saga by Michael Jan Friedman and Mike Mayhew. Cover by Mike Mignola. 84 pages. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #15
    Justice League Quarterly (1990) 15

    In the final chapter of the Praxis saga, the Justice League must stop an out-of-control Praxis from destroying New York....and all reality! Written by Michael Jan Friedman, with art by Mike Mayhew and Dan Davis. The Ray goes on a rampage to stop a creature of light that only he can see, in a story written by Charles Moore, with art by Michael Avon Oeming. Tasmanian Devil faces his worst fears in a terrifying encounter with the deadly Phobia, written by David DeVries, with art by Eddy Spurlock. Jack O'Lantern must stop a vengeful group of firebombing terrorists and learn their identity before they strike again in a tale by Steven T. Seagle, with art by Mark Tenney and Ray Kryssing. Cover by Mayhew and Davis. 84 pages. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #16
    Justice League Quarterly (1990) 16

    It's the 'All-Glory' issue of JLQ as General Glory takes center stage in this special chronicling of the patriotic hero's adventures. From his exploits against 1950s gangsters to his modern-day pursuit of justice to a futuristic return that may or may never happen, Glory's greatest battles are laid bare...and, in the framing story, a new General Glory is introduced to take this heroic name into the next century! All stories written by Paul Kupperberg, with art by Dick Ayers, Vince Giarrano, Khato, Jose Marzan, Jr., Andrew Pepoy, Danny Rodriguez, Rick Stasi and Curt Swan. Cover by Howard Porter. 84 pages. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #17
    Justice League Quarterly (1990) 17

    In this action-packed FINAL ISSUE, a foe from centuries past returns to obliterate the Global Guardians in his quest to destroy Dr. Mist, killing some heroes and crippling others in a story by Paul Kupperberg, with art by Danny Rodriguez and Rich Space. Captain Atom faces a berserk metahuman whose origin is disturbingly similar to his own, in a story written by Charlie Bracey, with art by Carlos Franco and Rich Rankin. And Maxima must recover a runaway from the streets of a harsh city in a story by Andy Mangels, with art by Phil Jimenez and John Stokes. An all-star pin-up gallery rounds out this issue, including Fire by Eduardo Barreto, Batman by Mike Mayhew and Kevin Nowlan, Firestorm by Chris Batista and Mark Farmer, Guy Gardner by Mike Wieringo and Frank Percy, and a group shot of the classic Justice League by Lee Moder and Farmer. Cover by Howard Porter and Jeff Albrecht. 84 pages. Cover price $3.50.