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DC will be launching a new Justice League of America comic in February 2017. The series will spin out of the upcoming Justice League vs. Suicide Squad crossover and feature a new team that will co-exist with the current Justice League.

The new series will be written by Steve Orlando (Supergirl) and drawn by Ivan Reis (Blackest Night). The book will feature a diverse lineup of heroes, with DC promising that, "This is a Justice League that looks like America, that proves Heroism can look like ANYTHING and ANYONE."

To celebrate this launch, DC will also be releasing a series of four one-shot comics in January that will spotlight individual members of the new JLA. Scroll down to find out which DC heroes will be serving on this new team and which creators will be tackling these one-shots. We'll keep updating this article as more reveals are made.


The Justice League of America is a government founded organization comprised of the world's most dangerous super-heroes created to counter the Justice League if they were to go rogue.

These unlikely heroes have been brought together to defend America from superhuman threats of all kinds, but unknown even to them, they are secretly in training to take down the Justice League . These men and women are the world's most dangerous heroes. They are the Justice League of America!

The Justice League of America was founded by Steve Trevor and Amanda Waller . Their original plan is for each member of the Justice League of America to serve as a counterpart to a member of the main Justice League team and be able to engage them in case they were to go rogue.

Justice League of America comics have been around since the dawn of the 1960s. But the Justice League heroes were all favorites of the DC Comics stable long before that.

At last, the Justice League movie has driven early and key appearances to record levels. Check out the prices below, and get in touch if you have JLA comics to value.

Early into the Silver Age, 18 months before Fantastic Four #1 launched the Marvel Age of Comics, Brave and the Bold #28 saw the first appearance of the JLA.

ComicBookRealm's new Apple App is here!     After a lot of work and expense we finally have the last of our native apps. You can now take your collection with you (and offline) to your local store or to conventions, etc. Get it Now!

We're always on the lookout for new collections - Gold, Silver, Bronze, high-grade Moderns. Immediate cash payments available!

We have tens of thousands of comics in stock & we add to our inventory nearly every week. Check back often to see our ever expanding inventory.

© Dale Roberts Comics 1991-2018
All rights reserved.

Comic book character images copyright © their respective owners.

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DARK NIGHTS: METAL left the DCU transformed in ways both terrifying and wondrous—and only the Justice League is strong enough to face the threats to come ...

DC will be launching a new Justice League of America comic in February 2017. The series will spin out of the upcoming Justice League vs. Suicide Squad crossover and feature a new team that will co-exist with the current Justice League.

The new series will be written by Steve Orlando (Supergirl) and drawn by Ivan Reis (Blackest Night). The book will feature a diverse lineup of heroes, with DC promising that, "This is a Justice League that looks like America, that proves Heroism can look like ANYTHING and ANYONE."

To celebrate this launch, DC will also be releasing a series of four one-shot comics in January that will spotlight individual members of the new JLA. Scroll down to find out which DC heroes will be serving on this new team and which creators will be tackling these one-shots. We'll keep updating this article as more reveals are made.


The Justice League of America is a government founded organization comprised of the world's most dangerous super-heroes created to counter the Justice League if they were to go rogue.

These unlikely heroes have been brought together to defend America from superhuman threats of all kinds, but unknown even to them, they are secretly in training to take down the Justice League . These men and women are the world's most dangerous heroes. They are the Justice League of America!

The Justice League of America was founded by Steve Trevor and Amanda Waller . Their original plan is for each member of the Justice League of America to serve as a counterpart to a member of the main Justice League team and be able to engage them in case they were to go rogue.

DC will be launching a new Justice League of America comic in February 2017. The series will spin out of the upcoming Justice League vs. Suicide Squad crossover and feature a new team that will co-exist with the current Justice League.

The new series will be written by Steve Orlando (Supergirl) and drawn by Ivan Reis (Blackest Night). The book will feature a diverse lineup of heroes, with DC promising that, "This is a Justice League that looks like America, that proves Heroism can look like ANYTHING and ANYONE."

To celebrate this launch, DC will also be releasing a series of four one-shot comics in January that will spotlight individual members of the new JLA. Scroll down to find out which DC heroes will be serving on this new team and which creators will be tackling these one-shots. We'll keep updating this article as more reveals are made.


The Justice League of America is a government founded organization comprised of the world's most dangerous super-heroes created to counter the Justice League if they were to go rogue.

These unlikely heroes have been brought together to defend America from superhuman threats of all kinds, but unknown even to them, they are secretly in training to take down the Justice League . These men and women are the world's most dangerous heroes. They are the Justice League of America!

The Justice League of America was founded by Steve Trevor and Amanda Waller . Their original plan is for each member of the Justice League of America to serve as a counterpart to a member of the main Justice League team and be able to engage them in case they were to go rogue.

Justice League of America comics have been around since the dawn of the 1960s. But the Justice League heroes were all favorites of the DC Comics stable long before that.

At last, the Justice League movie has driven early and key appearances to record levels. Check out the prices below, and get in touch if you have JLA comics to value.

Early into the Silver Age, 18 months before Fantastic Four #1 launched the Marvel Age of Comics, Brave and the Bold #28 saw the first appearance of the JLA.

DC will be launching a new Justice League of America comic in February 2017. The series will spin out of the upcoming Justice League vs. Suicide Squad crossover and feature a new team that will co-exist with the current Justice League.

The new series will be written by Steve Orlando (Supergirl) and drawn by Ivan Reis (Blackest Night). The book will feature a diverse lineup of heroes, with DC promising that, "This is a Justice League that looks like America, that proves Heroism can look like ANYTHING and ANYONE."

To celebrate this launch, DC will also be releasing a series of four one-shot comics in January that will spotlight individual members of the new JLA. Scroll down to find out which DC heroes will be serving on this new team and which creators will be tackling these one-shots. We'll keep updating this article as more reveals are made.


The Justice League of America is a government founded organization comprised of the world's most dangerous super-heroes created to counter the Justice League if they were to go rogue.

These unlikely heroes have been brought together to defend America from superhuman threats of all kinds, but unknown even to them, they are secretly in training to take down the Justice League . These men and women are the world's most dangerous heroes. They are the Justice League of America!

The Justice League of America was founded by Steve Trevor and Amanda Waller . Their original plan is for each member of the Justice League of America to serve as a counterpart to a member of the main Justice League team and be able to engage them in case they were to go rogue.

Justice League of America comics have been around since the dawn of the 1960s. But the Justice League heroes were all favorites of the DC Comics stable long before that.

At last, the Justice League movie has driven early and key appearances to record levels. Check out the prices below, and get in touch if you have JLA comics to value.

Early into the Silver Age, 18 months before Fantastic Four #1 launched the Marvel Age of Comics, Brave and the Bold #28 saw the first appearance of the JLA.

ComicBookRealm's new Apple App is here!     After a lot of work and expense we finally have the last of our native apps. You can now take your collection with you (and offline) to your local store or to conventions, etc. Get it Now!

We're always on the lookout for new collections - Gold, Silver, Bronze, high-grade Moderns. Immediate cash payments available!

We have tens of thousands of comics in stock & we add to our inventory nearly every week. Check back often to see our ever expanding inventory.

© Dale Roberts Comics 1991-2018
All rights reserved.

Comic book character images copyright © their respective owners.

DC will be launching a new Justice League of America comic in February 2017. The series will spin out of the upcoming Justice League vs. Suicide Squad crossover and feature a new team that will co-exist with the current Justice League.

The new series will be written by Steve Orlando (Supergirl) and drawn by Ivan Reis (Blackest Night). The book will feature a diverse lineup of heroes, with DC promising that, "This is a Justice League that looks like America, that proves Heroism can look like ANYTHING and ANYONE."

To celebrate this launch, DC will also be releasing a series of four one-shot comics in January that will spotlight individual members of the new JLA. Scroll down to find out which DC heroes will be serving on this new team and which creators will be tackling these one-shots. We'll keep updating this article as more reveals are made.

DC will be launching a new Justice League of America comic in February 2017. The series will spin out of the upcoming Justice League vs. Suicide Squad crossover and feature a new team that will co-exist with the current Justice League.

The new series will be written by Steve Orlando (Supergirl) and drawn by Ivan Reis (Blackest Night). The book will feature a diverse lineup of heroes, with DC promising that, "This is a Justice League that looks like America, that proves Heroism can look like ANYTHING and ANYONE."

To celebrate this launch, DC will also be releasing a series of four one-shot comics in January that will spotlight individual members of the new JLA. Scroll down to find out which DC heroes will be serving on this new team and which creators will be tackling these one-shots. We'll keep updating this article as more reveals are made.


The Justice League of America is a government founded organization comprised of the world's most dangerous super-heroes created to counter the Justice League if they were to go rogue.

These unlikely heroes have been brought together to defend America from superhuman threats of all kinds, but unknown even to them, they are secretly in training to take down the Justice League . These men and women are the world's most dangerous heroes. They are the Justice League of America!

The Justice League of America was founded by Steve Trevor and Amanda Waller . Their original plan is for each member of the Justice League of America to serve as a counterpart to a member of the main Justice League team and be able to engage them in case they were to go rogue.

Justice League of America comics have been around since the dawn of the 1960s. But the Justice League heroes were all favorites of the DC Comics stable long before that.

At last, the Justice League movie has driven early and key appearances to record levels. Check out the prices below, and get in touch if you have JLA comics to value.

Early into the Silver Age, 18 months before Fantastic Four #1 launched the Marvel Age of Comics, Brave and the Bold #28 saw the first appearance of the JLA.

ComicBookRealm's new Apple App is here!     After a lot of work and expense we finally have the last of our native apps. You can now take your collection with you (and offline) to your local store or to conventions, etc. Get it Now!


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