History Franchise / JusticeLeagueOfAmerica

22nd Jul '16 7:03:27 AM Blazer
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* '''The ComicBook/DCRebirth League''': Once again featuring the Big Seven, however, the ''New 52'' Superman was replaced by his pre-''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}'' counterpart while Hal Jordan was replaced by dual Earth Green Lanterns Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz.
19th Jul '16 2:39:01 PM morenohijazo
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* DefectorFromParadise: We have the League Member and veritable Angel of the Lord, Zauriel. He left Heaven because he fell in love with a mortal woman when acting as her guardian angel. [[SubvertedTrope It's a bit of subversion]] considering that Zauriel was actually kicked out of Heaven after expressing his desire to leave to his superiors, the King-Angels. After he was allowed permission to live in Heaven as he did before, he adamantly decided to live on Earth instead.
4th Jul '16 5:38:39 AM OmarKarindu
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* BookEnds: The Morrison era title was set up with a prequel miniseries featuring Doctor Destiny. Its AndTheAdventureContinues epilogue has the League racing off to face Doctor Destiny again.



* EigenPlot: A staple of the Gardner Fox era, and [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] in Steve Engelhart's run in an issue where Aquaman, the Atom, and Elongated Man reflect on the way they seem to be in the League entirely for those moments where only their powers can contribute.



* {{Foreshadowing}}: Virtually the entire Morrison run, as well as the prequel miniseries ''Midsummer's Nightmare,'' sets up the final arc's plot point that [[spoiler: the League gives all of humanity superpowers to stop Mageddon.]]



* RevengeBeforeReason: In the New 52 run, an author named David Graves and his family are infected by an incurable disease, simply because they were near an opening Boom Tube. The illness kills Graves' family, which he blames on the Justice League. So he decides to go get superpowers, and attack them for this.

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* RevengeBeforeReason: In the New 52 run, an author named David Graves and his family are infected by an incurable disease, simply because they were near an opening Boom Tube. The illness kills Graves' family, which he blames on the Justice League. So he decides to go get superpowers, superpowers and attack them for this.


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* TakeThat:
** The Grant Morrison era takes a few shots at the 90sAntiHero archetype, most notably with the Hyperclan, the Ultramarines and with the formerly harmless and benevolent QWSP becoming a supervillain because he saw that Aquaman had become superficially darker and grittier and decided to go along with it.
** Additionally, Morrison also goes after what he sees as previous Dork Ages or poor creative choices. Plastic Man makes fun of the Elongated Man on several occasions, Batman snidely dismisses the Gerard Jones-era League when they move into the satellite and a number of the characters from the Task Force spinoff of that period return as antagonists in a later arc, and the final issue ends with Doctor Destiny scheming to "de-imagine Detroit" (referencing the "Detroit League" mentioned above).
11th Apr '16 3:20:59 AM Faberlich
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A film adaptation set in the Film/DCCinematicUniverse has a projected release date of 2017.

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A film adaptation set in the Film/DCCinematicUniverse Film/DCExtendedUniverse has a projected release date of 2017.
30th Mar '16 7:25:55 PM JudasZala
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** '''Extreme Justice''' (Dan Vado/Marc Campos): Captain Atom, Firestorm (Ronnie Raymond), Booster Gold, Blue Beetle II, Amazing Man II, Maxima. As if the "Extreme" in the name wasn't clue enough, this series was a massive DorkAge, with art and page layouts that severely aped the worst of Rob Liefeld and Jim Lee's tendencies (overly muscular, unexpressive characters and "flip the comic sideways" pages) with a heavy emphasis on action over character dynamics.

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** '''Extreme Justice''' (Dan Vado/Marc Campos): Captain Atom, Firestorm (Ronnie Raymond), Booster Gold, Blue Beetle II, Amazing Man II, Maxima. As if the "Extreme" in the name wasn't clue enough, this series was a massive DorkAge, with art and page layouts that severely aped the worst of Rob Liefeld Creator/RobLiefeld and Jim Lee's tendencies (overly muscular, unexpressive characters and "flip the comic sideways" pages) with a heavy emphasis on action over character dynamics.
30th Mar '16 4:34:23 PM JudasZala
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* '''Justice League[=/=]ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational''' (Keith Giffen/J.M. [=DeMatteis=]): Created after the events of the ''Legends'' CrisisCrossover. Officially, started with a (probably editorially mandated) lineup of Batman, Martian Manhunter, Green Lantern III (Guy Gardner), Black Canary II, [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]], Dr. Light III (Kimiyo Hoshi), ComicBook/BlueBeetle II (Ted Kord), [[ComicBook/NewGods Mr. Miracle]] (with his 'manager', Oberon), and ComicBook/DoctorFate II, a lineup that showed off the possibilities of the new continuity by featuring characters previously from four different Earths. The writers had different ideas; Doctor Light never actually joined (until much later) and Doctor Fate and Captain Marvel were gone within six issues, and the stories soon took on a generally humorous tone that did not, at first, sit well with some fans. ComicBook/BoosterGold, ComicBook/CaptainAtom, Rocket Red #7 (Vladimir Mikoyan), Fire, and Ice were among the first of [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters many]] to join as those same elements of humor quickly made the series a fan favorite. After the events of ''Invasion!'', as well as the opening of Justice League Europe (see below), JLI was renamed "Justice League America" (no "of"). After Giffen and [=DeMatteis=] left the series following the "Breakdowns" arc, the series struggled along as writers such as Dan Jurgens, Dan Vado, and Gerard Jones tried to keep the book and its spin-offs afloat with little success.

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* '''Justice League[=/=]ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational''' League[=/=]ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational/Justice League America''' (Keith Giffen/J.M. [=DeMatteis=]): Created after the events of the ''Legends'' ''[[ComicBook/LegendsDC Legends]]'' CrisisCrossover. Officially, started with a (probably editorially mandated) lineup of Batman, Martian Manhunter, Green Lantern III (Guy Gardner), Black Canary II, [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]], Dr. Light III (Kimiyo Hoshi), ComicBook/BlueBeetle II (Ted Kord), [[ComicBook/NewGods Mr. Miracle]] (with his 'manager', Oberon), and ComicBook/DoctorFate II, a lineup that showed off the possibilities of the new continuity by featuring characters previously from four different Earths. The writers had different ideas; Doctor Light never actually joined (until much later) and Doctor Fate and Captain Marvel were gone within six issues, and the stories soon took on a generally humorous tone that did not, at first, sit well with some fans. ComicBook/BoosterGold, ComicBook/CaptainAtom, Rocket Red #7 (Vladimir Mikoyan), Fire, and Ice were among the first of [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters many]] to join as those same elements of humor quickly made the series a fan favorite. After the events of ''Invasion!'', as well as the opening of Justice League Europe (see below), JLI was renamed "Justice League America" (no "of"). After Giffen and [=DeMatteis=] left the series following the "Breakdowns" arc, the series struggled along as writers such as Dan Jurgens, Dan Vado, and Gerard Jones tried to keep the book and its spin-offs afloat with little success.
11th Mar '16 3:20:36 PM adaymerced
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* SealedEvilInASixPack: At one point, they trapped Doomsday within four teleporters on the mood, being unable to fully think enough to attempt an escape.

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* SealedEvilInASixPack: At one point, they trapped Doomsday within four teleporters on the mood, moon, being unable to fully think enough to attempt an escape.
16th Feb '16 4:13:57 PM JamesAustin
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->''" The League leads. When there is a Crisis, the other heroes -- and the world -- look to us first to deal with it, to rally others. We set the example."''
-->'''''ComicBook/MartianManhunter'''''

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->''" The ->''"The League leads. When there is a Crisis, the other heroes -- and the world -- look to us first to deal with it, to rally others. We set the example."''
-->'''''ComicBook/MartianManhunter'''''
-->--'''''ComicBook/MartianManhunter'''''
5th Feb '16 7:35:38 PM jormis29
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* ''Film/JusticeLeague'' (Part One 2017, Part Two 2019)

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* ''Film/JusticeLeague'' ''Film/{{Justice League|2017}}'' (Part One 2017, Part Two 2019)
30th Jan '16 10:37:36 AM comicwriter
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* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueAction''
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