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Posts tagged Justice League of America

Jan 14 '14

brianmichaelbendis:

Batman vs. Guy Gardner
Justice League #5 (Sept. 1987)
Art by Kevin Maguire & Al Gordon
Words by Keith Giffen & J.M. DeMatteis

(Source: jthenr-comics-vault)

Dec 29 '13
brianmichaelbendis:

Justice League of America by George Perez

brianmichaelbendis:

Justice League of America by George Perez

(Source: cantstopthinkingcomics)

Dec 25 '13

brianmichaelbendis:

JLA/Avengers by George Perez

(Source: comicblah)

Jun 30 '13
fuckyeah-nerdery:

Goddamn, Diana.



I’m kind of impressed Geoff Johns wrote this, considering how he feels about his sacred cow, Hal Jordan.

fuckyeah-nerdery:

Goddamn, Diana.

I’m kind of impressed Geoff Johns wrote this, considering how he feels about his sacred cow, Hal Jordan.

(Source: nosdrinker)

Jan 25 '13
jl8comic:

JL8 #105 by Yale Stewart
Based on characters in DC Comics. Creative content © Yale Stewart.
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jl8comic:

JL8 #105 by Yale Stewart

Based on characters in DC Comics. Creative content © Yale Stewart.

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2013 Con Schedule

Aug 24 '12

garflyf:

Ready when you are.

Aug 2 '12
deantrippe:

Superman vs. Asmodel, King Angel of the Bull Host of Heaven, from Grant Morrison and Howard Porter’s JLA.
My favorite part of this story is when Superman says, “HOW DARE YOU ATTACK MY PEOPLE?!” and I realize, “He’s talking about us.”

deantrippe:

Superman vs. Asmodel, King Angel of the Bull Host of Heaven, from Grant Morrison and Howard Porter’s JLA.

My favorite part of this story is when Superman says, “HOW DARE YOU ATTACK MY PEOPLE?!” and I realize, “He’s talking about us.”

Nov 25 '11
Oct 28 '11
JLA: Earth 2 by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely.
I’ve posted this before, but I love it when Grant Morrison writes  Aquaman as a badass warrior with a fucking harpoon gun for a hand.
Or Peter David.

JLA: Earth 2 by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely.

I’ve posted this before, but I love it when Grant Morrison writes Aquaman as a badass warrior with a fucking harpoon gun for a hand.

Or Peter David.

Jun 11 '11
fuckyeahgrantmorrison:

JLA #29.

Alan Scott and Zauriel had an interesting team-up.

fuckyeahgrantmorrison:

JLA #29.

Alan Scott and Zauriel had an interesting team-up.

Apr 19 '11
fuckyeahgrantmorrison:

JLA #1.

I love Kyle Rayner.

fuckyeahgrantmorrison:

JLA #1.

I love Kyle Rayner.

Mar 19 '11
fuckyeahgrantmorrison:

From JLA #15.

I’m working on a pitch to DC and I am trying to work in an Aztek cameo.

fuckyeahgrantmorrison:

From JLA #15.

I’m working on a pitch to DC and I am trying to work in an Aztek cameo.

Mar 15 '11

I’m just going to leave this here.

Mar 5 '11
"The previous incarnation of Justice League was not selling at all and filled with characters that no one had heard of. The guys writing it were good but they working with really hopeless material. I had told DC that I wanted to do some more superheroes and I made a list of the ones I liked. They said, “Everything’s taken here, but by chance Justice League’s come up, is there anything you can do with the book, because it’s dead?” I told them I could do Justice League but that we had to have all the top characters in it. They said they thought it wouldn’t sell, and I said, “Let me do this, and I promise you it will sell.” Throughout writing the first eight issues of JLA I was constantly told it was going to be a disaster."

Grant Morrison, as interviewed by Mark Salisbury in Writers on Comics Scriptwriting, Volume 1 (via fuckyeahgrantmorrison)

Yeah, putting Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, the Martian Manhunter, Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner) and the Flash (Wally West) in a smart, action-packed JLA comic is a terrible sales idea.

Mar 4 '11
The expanded Justice League from Justice League Unlimited “Initiation.”
If you look closely, you’ll see two Starmen, two Orions, two Booster Golds, two Doctor Lights and Swamp Thing.

The expanded Justice League from Justice League Unlimited “Initiation.”

If you look closely, you’ll see two Starmen, two Orions, two Booster Golds, two Doctor Lights and Swamp Thing.