|Name:||The Justice League|
Justice League of America, Justice League Dark, Justice League Europe, Justice League International, Justice League Task Force, Justice League Elite, Extreme Justice
|Date(s):||1960 - present|
|Medium:||comics, cartoons, films, video games|
|Country of Origin:||United States|
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First appearing in The Brave and the Bold #28 (Feb/March 1960). The team received its own comic book title in October 1960.
- The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure (1967)
- Super Friends (1973-1986)
- Batman Beyond (first appearance in the DCAU), the team was mainly showcased in the series Justice League/Justice League Unlimited.
- The Batman (2007-2008)
- Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2008-[2011, many of the team-ups on the show features JL members)
- Young Justice (2010-2013)
The most well known version of the Justice League is known in the DC Animated Universe (1992-2006), introducing new fans to the comics and old fans a chance to enjoy the new universe which was close in canon details but enough twists and such to make it different.
- Legends of the Superheroes is the first live-action adaption of the team which was a 1979 two-part special that featured Adam West's Batman, Robin, and the Riddler from the Batman TV series, it also included Black Canary, Captain Marvel, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, and the Huntress.
- Justice League of America was a low-budget 1997 pilot for a Justice League series. Characters were Martian Manhunter, Guy Gardner (Green Lantern), B.B. DaCosta (Fire), Tori Olafsdotter (Ice), Barry Allen (Flash), and Ray Palmer (Atom), fighting a villain called The Weather Man who was essentially a version of Weather Wizard. The pilot was an uneasy mix of action and comedy which presented the characters poorly, as bumbling second-raters, and was not well received. A series was never made.
- Smallville had their own version of the Justice League (2007-2011), this time it was started by the Green Arrow (Oliver Queen) and at first included only Oliver, Bart Allen (Impulse), A.C. (Aquaman), and Victor Stone (Cyborg). Clark Kent temporarily joined the team to rescue Bart, under the codename "Boy Scout", however he teams up with them several times throughout the later seasons. Chloe Sullivan also joins the team in the same episode under the codename "Watchtower", however unlike Clark she stays with the team. In Season 7, Dinah Lance (Black Canary) joins the team. Detective John Jones (Martian Manhunter) is considered to be a member after helping Oliver's team.
- Justice League: The New Frontier (2008)
- Superman/Batman: Public Enemies (2009)
- Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths (2010) - the team consists of: Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, the Flash and Martian Manhunter. Aquaman, Firestorm, Black Canary, Red Tornado and Black Lightning also appeared.
- Justice League: Doom (2012) - team consists of: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Flash (Barry Allen), Martian Manhunter and Cyborg.
- Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Super Heroes Unite (2013) - features several main JL members: Batman and Superman.
- Justice League: War (2014) - team consists of Batman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, the Flash, Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), and Shazam.
- JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time (2014) - team consists of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, the Flash (Barry Allen), and Cyborg.
- The Lego Movie (2014) - features several main JL members: Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and Green Lantern (Hal Jordan).
Original members of the team:
- Princess Diana of Themyscira aka Wonder Woman
- Clark Kent aka Superman
- Bruce Wayne aka Batman
- Barry Allen aka Flash
- Hal Jordan aka Green Lantern
- Arthur Curry aka Aquaman
- J'onn J'onzz aka Martian Manhunter
Other characters from the DCU were later added such as: Green Arrow, Captain Marvel, Black Canary, the Atom, Hawkman, Red Tornado, Zatanna, Hawkgirl, Cyborg, Vixen and thousands more. The sidekicks often tend to lend support to the main cast, such as Robin or Supergirl.
The main villains for Justice League often tend to be villains from individual hero villain galleries, such as Superman's Lex Luthor or Batman's Joker. Usually the different villains of the DCU team up to destroy the JL.
DC Comics Animated Universe
- See DC Animated Universe for more fandom information.
- See Smallville for more fandom information.
- JLAin't by MyklarCure is a series of Justice League stories set against the background of Chris Dee's Cat Tales Batman/Catwoman series.
- Justice League Movie Poster Tribute by daniel-morpheus
- The Multiverse by daniel-morpheus (DCEU & Arrowverse)
Archives and Communities
- Justice League tagged works at AO3
- Justice League & crossovers works at FFN
- JL Unlimited (defunct)
- JLA/JSA - Justice For All WebRing
- The Batman Season 4 Episode "The Joining" - Batman allied with Martian Manhunter, who has created a group - The Justice League. Season 5 focuses on the League.