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  • 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 #2
    JLA Classified (2005) 2

    Written by Grant Morrison Art and cover by Ed McGuinness & Dexter Vines Part 2 of a 3-part story of the World's Greatest Super-Heroes by the dream team of writer Grant Morrison and SUPERMAN/BATMAN artists Ed McGuinness & Dexter Vines! With the whereabouts of the JLA still a mystery, Batman is forced to face off against Gorilla Grodd and his army...with the aid of a Justice League of the Dark Knight's own design! On sale Dec 22 ? 32 pg, FC, $2.95 US Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2
    JLA Avengers (2003) 2

    WRITTEN BY KURT BUSIEK; ART AND COVER BY GEORGE PÉREZ In stores October 22. Round 2 of the comic-book event of the year is here! The titanic team-up the world has waited for continues as the threats that brought the heroes together in the first issue tear the teams apart! Guest- starring every character to ever belong to the Avengers and the JLA! For more information, see the feature article. Co-published by DC and Marvel. Look for JLA/AVENGERS #3 solicited next month by Marvel. Prestige Format. FC, 48 PG. (2 OF 4) $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #2-1ST
    JLA TPB (1997-2006 DC) 2-1ST
    • Signed by artist Howard Porter with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Volume 2 - 1st printing. "American Dreams!" Collects JLA (1997-2006) #5-9.

    Written by Grant Morrison. Art by Howard Porter and Dell.

    As the new Justice League prepares for its first-ever membership drive, it must face both old enemies and new. This volume includes guest appearances by Supergirl and Green Arrow, and introduces the tragic heroine Tomorrow Woman and the rogue angel Zauriel.

    Softcover, 112 pages, full color. Cover price $7.95.

  • Issue #2-REP
    JLA TPB (1997-2006 DC) 2-REP

    Volume 2 - 2nd and later printings. "American Dreams!" NOTE: Covers on reprints may vary. Collects JLA (1997-2006) #5-9.

    Written by Grant Morrison. Art by Howard Porter and Dell.

    As the new Justice League prepares for its first-ever membership drive, it must face both old enemies and new. This volume includes guest appearances by Supergirl and Green Arrow, and introduces the tragic heroine Tomorrow Woman and the rogue angel Zauriel.

    Softcover, 112 pages, full color. Cover price $9.99.

  • Issue #2
    JLA Scary Monsters (2003) 2

    WRITTEN BY CHRIS CLAREMONT; ART BY JOSH HOOD AND SEAN PARSONS; COVER BY ART ADAMS The action-packed miniseries continues! With Green Lantern and Flash down for the count, how will the JLA contend with the fearsome monsters that are exploding from the Earth's surface and besieging the Spirit Lake resort? And what happens when another unlucky Leaguer gets infected with the monster "virus"? FC, 32 PG. (2 OF 6) $2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2
    JLA Incarnations (2001) 2

    WRITTEN BY JOHN OSTRANDER; ART AND COVER BY VAL SEMEIKS AND PRENTIS ROLLINS In stores June 6. When the fledgling Justice League of America finally hits its stride, other great heroes finally begin to consider joining the ranks of the World's Greatest Super-team. Neither Batman nor Superman had ever been on a team before this moment in history ? yet when one joins, the other does not. In the face of great hardship, why does Batman step into the limelight, while Superman stays away? The answer will astound you! FC, 48 PG. (2 OF 7) Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #2
    JLA Year One (1998) 2

    Written by: Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn Pencils by: Barry Kitson. Group Dynamic Hoping to prevent the resurgence of heroes, Vandal Savage partners with Locus to form the injustice society (Solomon Grundy, Thorn, Eclipso, and Clayface). Black Canary invites the team to a surprise press conference, where the team establishes its name, the "Justice League of America" on the steps of the former headquarters of the Justice Society of America. Though still unsure of this new world that they are entering into, the team proves worthy of the JSA's successor when targeted by Savage's team. Beginning to work together, the team fully accepts their public role as protectors of justice. Many future guest appearances from future leaguers Green Arrow, Batman, Atom, and Metamorpho, as well as an introduction of the team to Simon Carr. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #2
    JLA (1997) Annual 2

    DC's "Ghosts" Annuals reach a supernatural climax as JLA heroes, both living and dead, fight to save the world! Longtime JLA nemesis Felix Faust has awakened an ancient evil--and that evil has unleashed all the ghosts that have been plaguing the Leaguers! Now Faust needs the JLA's help to find the one mystic artifact that can save all of Creation. But as the Justice Leaguers circle the globe to perform this vital mission, they encounter the ghosts of former JLA comrades who fell in past battles. Can the World's Greatest Super-Heroes, both living and dead, keep the rest of the world from winding up in the grave? Written by Ty Templeton. Art by Mark Pajarillo and Walden Wong. Cover by Bernie Wrightson. FC, 48 pg. Miraweb Format. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2
    JLA Secret Files (1997) 2

    Cover pencils by Eric Battle, inks by Prentis Rollins. "Heroes," script by Christopher Priest, pencils by Yanick Paquette, inks; Mark Lipka; How the new team came together; featuring Superman; Batman; Green Lantern; Flash; Aquaman; Steel; Plastic Man; Zauriel; J'onn J'onzz; Wonder Woman; Huntress; Warrior; Orion; and Lightray. Art for the profile pages: Eric Battle and Romeo Tanghal (Master Forger), Phil Jimenez (The Urban Avenger), Ethan Van Sciver (The Waxwork Wacko), Brian Stelfreeze (Data Central), Louis Small Jr. and Vince Russell (Amazon from Apokolips), Rodolfo Damaggio (The Savage Noble), Yanick Paquette and Paul Neary (Fallen Heroine), Ariel Olivetti (The Hero from Heaven), Randy DuBurke (Red Tornado), Dave Johnson (Hourman), ChrisCross and John Stokes (Prometheus), and Doug Mahnke and Tom Nguyen (Adam Strange). "Secrets of the JLA Trophy Room,' script by Mark Millar, pencils by Chris Jones, inks by Joe Boyle; Zauriel gives a tour of the JLA's Trophy Room. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #2
    JLA The 99 (2010 DC) 2

    Written by FABIAN NICIEZA & STUART MOORE Art by TOM DERENICK & DREW GERACI Cover by FELIPE MASSAFERA The groundbreaking crossover between DC Comics' JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA and Teshkeel Comics' THE 99 continues... Someone - or some thing - has taken over the minds of many of Earth's civilian population. And to make matters worse, the JLA has also fallen victim! How CAN the 99 hope to stop an out-of-control Superman? Perhaps with Batman and Wonder Woman's help, the young heroes of the 99 can actually make a difference! Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #2
    JLA Titans (1998) 2

    Batman and the JLA won't let Nightwing and the Titans place the interests of one already-dead friend ahead of the safety of millions in the 38-page "The Generation Gap." Appearances by Big Barda, Orion, Martian Manhunter, Aquaman, Zauriel, Wonder Woman, Superman, Plastic Man, Huntress, Steel, Cyborg, Flash (Wally West), Changeling, Raven, Tempest, Catwoman, Flamebird, Terra II, Herald, Bumblebee, Arsenal, Pantha, Oracle, Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner), Prysm, Impulse, Starfire, Damage, Supergirl, Donna Troy, Omen, Atom, Risk, CM3, Thunder, Lightning, Azrael, Red Star, Fringe, Magenta, Chris King, Harlequin, Deathstroke, Robin (Tim Drake), Superboy, Argent, Mirage, Rose Wilson, Hawk II, Dove III, Wildebeest, Black Canary. Co-plot & dialogue by Devin Grayson, co-plot & pencils by Phil Jimenez, inks by Andy Lanning. Cover by Jimenez. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2
    JLA 80-Page Giant (1998) 2

    WRITTEN BY CHRISTOPHER PRIEST, DAN ABNETT, ANDY LANNING, LEN WEIN, AND VARIOUS; ART BY CARY NORD, DAVID BOLLEN, ANTHONY WILLIAMS, AND VARIOUS; COVER BY BRYAN HITCH AND PAUL NEARY In stores September 1. The World's Greatest Super-Heroes save the day in seven all-new stories from throughout the team's history! Green Arrow Oliver Queen faces Batman in an unlikely battle of wits (written by Christopher Priest with art by Cary Nord); DC ONE MILLION's Justice Legion A must track an alien armada's evil general in the 853rd century (written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning with art by David Bollen); and Orion and Plastic Man take part in a twisted team-up (written by Fabian Nicieza with art by Anthony Williams). Plus, the League seemingly turns evil (written by D. Curtis Johnson with art by Chris Wozniak); Wonder Woman, the Huntress and Big Barda spend some time time off together on Paradise Island (written by Jason Hernandez-Rosenblatt with art by Yanick Paquette); the Atom takes a fantastically deadly voyage into Superman's body (written by Tom Peyer with art by Chris Renaud); and former JLA writer Len Wein teams with artist Sal Velluto for a story of feauding buddies Hawkman and Green Arrow. FC, 80 PG." Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #2-1ST
    JLA TPB (2011-2016 DC) Deluxe Edition 2-1ST

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    Deluxe Edition - Volume 2 - 1st printing. Collects JLA (1997-2006) #10-17, Prometheus (1998 DC) #1 and JLA/WildC.A.T.S. (1997).

    Written by Grant Morrison and Mark Millar. Art by Howard Porter, Gary Frank, Greg Land, and Val Semeiks. Cover by Howard Porter and John Dell.

    Collecting stories from JLA in Deluxe format, this volume features the Justice League facing off against Lex Luthor's newly assembled Injustice Gang while the fate of the Earth itself hangs in the balance.

    Softcover, 320 pages, full color. Cover price $24.99.

  • Issue #2-REP
    JLA TPB (2011-2016 DC) Deluxe Edition 2-REP JLA TPB (2011-2016 DC) Deluxe Edition 2-REP

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    Deluxe Edition - Volume 2 - 2nd and later printings. Collects JLA (1997-2006) #10-17, Prometheus (1998 DC) #1 and JLA/WildC.A.T.S. (1997).

    Written by Grant Morrison and Mark Millar. Art by Howard Porter, Gary Frank, Greg Land, and Val Semeiks. Cover by Howard Porter and John Dell.

    Collecting stories from JLA in Deluxe format, this volume features the Justice League facing off against Lex Luthor's newly assembled Injustice Gang while the fate of the Earth itself hangs in the balance.

    Softcover, 320 pages, full color. Cover price $24.99.

  • Issue #2
    JLA Act of God (2001) 2

    WRITTEN BY DOUG MOENCH; ART AND COVER BY DAVE ROSS AND GEORGE FREEMAN ELSEWORLDS. In stores December 20. Their powers gone, their lives irrevocably changed, the once super-powered heroes of Earth struggle to retain their grasps on life, love, and in some cases, even sanity. But while the JLA members confront their personal demons, the villain known as Lex Luthor reigns as strong as ever ? and is threatening not only all of "normal" humanity, but the seemingly helpless heroes as well. Prestige Format. FC, 48 PG. (2 OF 3) Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #2
    JLA Black Baptism (2001) 2

    Written by Sean Smith and Ruben Diaz;ART BY Jesús Saiz and Keith Champagne; PAINTED COVER BY Tim Bradstreet and Grant Goleash The newest JLA miniseries continues! Whoever is hunting the mages of the DC Universe has set their sights on Arkham Asylum! Batman and the rest of the JLA are powerless to stop the coming of the Black Baptism without help from the outcast hero Faust ? but is Faust on the side of the angels or in league with the devil? FC, 32 pg. (2 of 4) Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2
    JLA Destiny (2002) 2

    WRITTEN BY JOHN ARCUDI; ART AND COVER BY TOM MANDRAKE ELSEWORLDS. In stores July 3. Triumph, Captain Thunder, Wonder Woman. By virtue of their raw power alone, they are becoming the new leaders and decision-makers of the Justice League, and the rest of the JLA doesn't like it. Meanwhile, the madness continues as the Justice League must contend with an international terrorist bent on the betterment of the world, and his utopia bears a terrible price! With buildings in rubble and cities in flames, the League searches for the man behind it all while its ranks are being torn apart from within. Prestige Format FC, 48 PG. (2 OF 4) $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #2
    JLA Hitman (2007) 2

    On the Darkside: Part 2 of 2 - Written by Garth Ennis. Art and Cover by John McCrea. All hell breaks loose on the JLA moonbase as the Bloodlines contagion once more spreads its shadow over Earth. With the Justice League out of action, what can Tommy Monaghan do on his own? And just what has happened to Superman? 48 pages, full color. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #2
    JLA Created Equal (2000) 2

    When a spaceborn virus wipes out all of the Earth's males ? with two notable exceptions ? the future of the Earth depends on the world's super-women, among them Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Power Girl, Starfire, Zatanna and Black Canary, in JLA: CREATED EQUAL, a thought-provoking 2-issue Elseworlds miniseries in the Prestige Format. CREATED EQUAL marks the return to the JLA of two creators intimately involved with the team: writer Fabian Nicieza (X-Man, X-Force, SUPERMEN OF AMERICA) ? whose work as co-writer of JUSTICE LEAGUE: A MIDSUMMER'S NIGHTMARE set the stage for the current League ? and penciller Kevin Maguire (StrikeBack, Adventures of Captain America), whose talents helped make JUSTICE LEAGUE one of DC's signature titles from the late '80s-early '90s. Inking Maguire on interiors and on the issues' interlocking covers is Joe Rubinstein (ACTION COMICS). In JLA: CREATED EQUAL #1 (retrosolicited this month for release in January), a deadly virus cuts through the world's male population, leaving only two ? Superman, whose Kryptonian physiology has rendered him immune, and Lex Luthor, who has kept himself safe in an isolation suit ? alive in a world of women. But this is no adolescent fantasy. As the female super-heroes of the planet unite to keep things together and face the immense task of rebuilding the world, it isn't long before the biggest issue rises up: what about the future of humankind? The only hope may rest with Lois Lane, pregnant with Superman's child. Luthor announces that the baby will survive...but only if Superman leaves the Earth before his son is born! Luthor's science seems unassailable, but what of his motives? What sinister plans does he have for the son of his most hated foe? The answers are not fully revealed until CREATED EQUAL's shocking conclusion, when the Man of Steel returns to Earth after more than a decade of exile. Finding his son leading a revolt against the world's leaders on Wonder Woman's Paradise Island, which side will Superman take? That of his former allies or that of the son he's never known? This project is supported with house and trade ads. JLA: CREATED EQUAL is a 2-issue miniseries in the Prestige Format, edited by Andrew Helfer. Issue #1 is retrosolicited this month to arrive in comic-book stores January 19. Issue #2 arrives in comic-book stores February 16. Each 48-page issue has a cover price of $5.95 U.S. " Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #2
    JLA The Spectre Soul War (2003) 2
    • Signed by artist Daryl Banks with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    WRITTEN BY J.M. DEMATTEIS; ART AND COVER BY DARRYL BANKS AND PAUL NEARY In stores February 26. The shocking conclusion of the 2-issue Prestige Format miniseries! The JLA, powerless to combat the terrifying extra-dimensional entity known as the Trans, reluctantly agrees to accept help from the Spectre. But unfortunately for the JLA, in order to preserve life on Earth as we know it, The Spectre must kill the Justice League! Prestige Format. FC, 48PG (2 OF 2) $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #2
    JLA Paradise Lost (1998) 2

    The exciting 3-issue miniseries teaming the JLA with the fallen angel Zauriel (first seen in JLA (1997) #6-7) continues, as the Martian Manhunter lays dying! While the JLA rushes to the aid of their fallen comrade, the fallen Angel Zauriel must flee the allied forces of Heaven and Hell with Shannon, his one true love. But when the Father of Lies, Neron, gets together with Asmodel, the Lord Angel of the Bull Host, there's very little that can stand in their way, and Zauriel may have to make the ultimate sacrifice to save his beloved. Written by Mark Millar. Art and cover by Ariel Olivetti. FC, 32 pg. Miraweb Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #2
    JLA-Z (2003) 2

    WRITTEN BY MIKE MCAVENNIE; ART BY KEVIN MAGUIRE, HOWARD PORTER, JOHN DELL, AND VARIOUS; COVER BY PHIL JIMENEZ In stores October 15. A handbook to DC's greatest super-team featuring artwork by some of the biggest names in comics, timed to coincide with the inter-company crossover of the decade! Featuring the second of a triptych of covers by Phil Jimenez, this stunning issue covers heroes and villains ranging from Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) to the Lord of Time, illustrated by notables including Kevin Maguire, Howard Porter, and more! Artist/character listing: James Bosch & Rodney Ramos (Green Lanterns Hal Jordan & Kyle Rayner), Kevin Maguire & Josef Rubinstein (Guy Gardner, JLA - the International Era), Gary Chaloner & Dan Davis (H.I.V.E.), Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (Hawkman), Sal Velluto & Bob Almond (Hawkwoman), Michael Avon Oeming (JLA Year One), Jerry Ordway (JLA - the Satellite Era), Tom Grummett & Bob Petrecca (JLA Detroit), John Delaney, Howard Porter & John Dell (JLA - the Magnificent 7 Era), Doug Mahnke (current JLA), Eliot Brown (JLA Headquarters), Don Kramer & Keith Champagne (Justice Society of America), Alejandro Barrionuevo & Francis Portela (Kanjar Ro), Sean Phillips (The Key), Kelly Yates (Kismet), Leonard Kirk & Robin Riggs (Kobra), Joe Prado (Krona), Val Semeiks & Wade von Grawbadger (The Lord of Time). FC, 32 PG. (2 OF 3) $2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2
    JLA World Without Grown-Ups (1998) 2

    The heroes of the DC Universe find themselves separated by a mysterious force in the conclusion of the miniseries that introduces DC's newest super-team, Young Justice! Having said his magic word, Billy Batson is lightning-bolted to the AdultWorld, but much to his surprise he has not been transformed to Captain Marvel. On KidWorld, Robin, Superboy and Impulse go after the cause of all their troubles, the kid villain Bedlam. He's using the JLA's original cave headquarters as his stronghold, and to keep the youthful heroes away, he's using junior versions of the Joker, Metallo and Gorilla Grodd as guards. The JLA can't help the kids, and if the kids don't win, the two worlds will remain permanently separate. But the scariest thing is that the key to victory may lie in the hands of DC's most reckless youth...Impulse. Written by Todd Dezago. Art and wraparound cover by Mike McKone, Humberto Ramos, Mark McKenna and Paul Neary. FC, 48 pg. Prestige Format. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #2
    JLA Age of Wonder (2003) 2

    WRITTEN BY ADISAKDI TANTIMEDH; ART AND COVER BY GALEN SHOWMAN Elseworlds. In stores May 28. The thrilling conclusion to this Elseworlds miniseries set during the Industrial Revolution! There's a dark side to the utopian world Superman has helped create, and now, on the eve of world war, Lex Luthor has discovered the means to hold all humanity hostage ? and to destroy the entire planet if they don't help him realize his dreams of power! With Superman gone, can the League of Science prevent him from using the technology they created to exterminate mankind? Prestige Format. FC, 48 PG. (2 OF 2) $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #2
    JLA Gatekeeper (2001) 2

    WRITTEN AND ILLUSTRATED BY TIM TRUMAN; PAINTED COVER BY TRUMAN In stores November 21. The bold new miniseries continues! The JLA must battle its way to the heart of an ages-old netherworld, fighting demons that have revealed themselves as old ghosts from the past ? having scourged Atlantis, tormented the gods of Olympus, and even besieged a young Krypton. Now, with Superman weakened without the aid of a yellow sun, and Aquaman parched to the point of exhaustion, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and Batman must fight these fiendish villains against all odds for the sake of the world. Prestige Format. FC, 48 PG. (2 OF 3) $4.95 Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #2
    JLA Secret Society of Super-Heroes (2000) 2

    Mike McKone art. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #2-1ST
    JLA HC (2008-2010 DC) Deluxe Edition 2-1ST

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    Volume 2 - 1st printing. Collects JLA (1997-2006) #10-17, Prometheus (1998 DC) #1 and JLA/WildC.A.T.S. (1997). Written by Grant Morrison and Mark Millar. Art by Howard Porter, Gary Frank, Greg Land, and Val Semeiks. Cover by Howard Porter and John Dell. Collecting stories from JLA in Deluxe format, this volume features the Justice League facing off against Lex Luthor's newly assembled Injustice Gang while the fate of the Earth itself hangs in the balance. Hardcover, 7-in. x 10 1/2-in., 320 pages, full color. Cover price $29.99.

  • Issue #2
    JLA Classified Cold Steel (2005) 2

    Written by Christopher Moeller Art and cover by Moeller Concluding the 2-issue painted Prestige Format miniseries! The new, fully augmented JLA is deployed to stem the intergalactic battle raging between two long- feuding worlds. But the heroes find that it's potentially fatal to judge a book by its cover when choosing sides in any war! On sale Jan 11 ? 2 of 2 ? 48 pg, FC, $5.99 US Cover price $5.99.