Plundering our back issue vault once again, we’ve come up with some great, rare copies of the Justice League of America.
DC’s superteam predates Marvel’s Avengers by three years and we have a few, single copies of early issues up for grabs.
Condition: VG Minus
Published: Nov 1961
“The Cosmic Fun-House!”
When Snapper takes a date out to see the new carnival that set up in Happy Harbor, they stumble upon a doorway which transports them to another world. Calling the Justice League for help, Snapper and his date are rescued by Superman, Green Lantern, and Wonder Woman. Relating his story to the entire League when returned to Earth, Snapper’s adventure prompts the Justice League to send Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and Flash to check out the carnival in their civilian guises…
Condition: VG Plus
Published: Nov 1962
“The Challenge of the Untouchable Aliens!”
While in their civilian guises Wonder Woman and Superman visit a flying military fortress, when it suddenly is knocked out of the sky. The two save the crew, but the ships primary weapon is removed and aimed at Central City, but is ultimately stopped by the two with the aid of the Flash. Deciding to solve the mystery behind the cannon, the trio call together the rest of the Justice League, and all agree to aid in figuring out the cause of the strange events…
Published: Aug 1963
“Crisis on Earth-One!”
Batman chairs a meeting of the Justice League of America. He tells the team that he just learned that Chronos, Doctor Alchemy and Felix Faust have banded together as the Crime Champions and intend to rob a bank in Powers City. The group splits into three teams to take down each of the super-villains.
Meanwhile, on the parallel world of Earth-Two, the Justice Society of America have received a challenge from three of their most well-known adversaries: The Fiddler, the Icicle and the Wizard. Eager to begin adventuring as a team once again, the JSA officially come out of retirement.
Published: Sep 1963
“Crisis on Earth-Two!”
Continued from previous issue… The combined efforts of the Justice League of America of Earth-One and the Justice Society of America of Earth-Two continue to try and stop the combined forces of the Crime Champions, a collation of villains from both Earths.
While both Green Lanterns seek to save the captured Flash’s, each of the other members of each respective group fails in defeating the various villains. The heroes manage to defeat their foes at first, but soon find themselves quickly defeated and trapped between universes just like the Flashes, due to a trap set off by the arrival of the Green Lanterns…
Condition: Fine Minus
Published: Nov 1963
“Drones of the Queen Bee!”
While celebrating Snapper completing his exams, the Justice League of America are called to stop a group of bee-men who are robbing the Tower of Jewels, an office building that houses expensive jewels. In attempting to stop their opponents, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Green Arrow, Flash and Martian Manhunter are taken under the control of the bee-men’s leader Zazzala the alien Queen Bee. She forces them to travel to three different worlds to collect three different chemicals that will form an elixir to make her immortal, promising to let the JLA free if they do her bidding…
Published: Feb 1964
“Outcasts of Infinity!”
While most of the Justice League of America are out on cases, Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Flash and the Atom meet at JLA headquarters. Just as their meeting is ending, the Flash is suddenly transported to some place else. He soon finds himself before three humanoids, believing them to be attackers the Flash easily defeats them. However he learns that they are not hostile. The beings he has encountered (disguised as humans) are aliens from the planet Sfarl. On their home world they devised a device that allowed them to travel to other worlds and created a pill that would make them appear as though they are members of the dominant race of the planet they are visiting so that they may study them better. However, their device malfunctioned and the three Sfarlians found themselves transported from world to world, never finding their way home. To their horror they would learn that each planet they’d leave would be destroyed. Not wishing to be the harbinger of destruction to anymore worlds, the three Sfarlians have sought out the aid of the Justice League to help find out why these other worlds are being destroyed…
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