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''Justice League 3000'' is an ongoing DCComics series that launched in December 2013 as part of the Comicbook/{{New 52}}. The series is written by Keith Giffen and J.M. [=DeMatteis=], the writing team behind the original ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational''.

[[TheFuture Set in the year 3000]], the series features new incarnations of Franchise/{{Superman}}, Franchise/{{Batman}}, Franchise/WonderWoman, Franchise/GreenLantern and Franchise/TheFlash. This new League, flawed clones of the originals, have been brought to the future by Cadmus in an attempt to restore an era of peace shattered years ago by an enemy known as "The Five".

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!!''Justice League 3000'' features the following tropes:
* AntiHero: The Wonder Twins are willing to manipulate the new League's minds to force them get along.
* BackFromTheDead: The original Justice League is dead, but they live on as clones.
** [[spoiler: Flash gets resurrected from his remains the issue after his death in #4. He is then resurrected [[TheyKilledKennyAgain a second time]] in the body of the recently deceased Teri.]]
* BadFuture: Peace in the galaxy is broken after The Five toppled governments and slaughtered billions, and the Green Lanterns are wiped out, having become the most hated group in the universe.
* BigBadFriend: [[spoiler:Terry turns out to have been the leader and creator of the Five all along in issue 7.]]
* BloodKnight: Wonder Woman loves to fight and would rather talk with her fists than her mouth.
* BodyHorror: When the League battles Locus, she [[spoiler:eviscerates the Flash with a thought]].
* BrainBleach: Subverted by Wonder Woman when Superman mentions his memories of their former relationship - she simply notes her relief that her memories of the relationship remain a blank.
* CameBackWrong: The League are clones of the originals, but lack chunks of their memories and their personalities don't quite match up, whilst Superman lacks his heat vision and flight and Flash lacks his protective aura.
--> '''Teri''': ...Okay, we've got a Superman [[{{Jerkass}} without the Kents' guiding hands]], Batman without the motivating trauma of his parents' deaths, a Wonder Woman [[BloodKnight too close to pure Amazon for comfort]], a Flash whose [[PowerIncontinence powers might just burn him alive]], and the [[LastOfHisKind sole remaining Green Lantern]] -- the most despised organization in the universe.
* TheCape: Green Lantern holds the personality closest to a classic hero's, and indeed his cloak is his most defining physical feature.
* CharacterDevelopment: In issue #3, Superman starts to show signs of a conscience. Considering how much of an arrogant jerk he is, that's saying a lot.
* CloningBlues: The Flash questions if he and Green Lantern were really best friends, or if they're just programmed to think that. Batman and Green Lantern both note that they remember him being "sunnier". [[spoiler: It turns out they're not really clones at all.]]
* CreditsGag: Used to varying degrees on each issue.
* DarkActionGirl: Locus qualifies as this.
* DarkerAndEdgier: Wonder Woman lives for fighting. Superman is sexually promiscuous, belittles Batman, enjoys being worshipped and thinks nothing of killing his foes. They do get a little better after the team's origins are revealed, but not by much.
* DysfunctionJunction: The core of the series.
* EarthAllAlong: The League realize that the backwater prison planet, Takron-Galtos, is actually Earth when they come across the Empire State Building.
* EvilAllAlong: [[spoiler:Terry proves this when he [[NeckSnap murders]] [[CainAndAbel Teri]] and then subsequently [[ExplosiveLeash also]] [[YourHeadAsplode kills]] the current Flash in Issue 7, also stating he formed the Five to begin with.]]
* EvilCostumeSwitch: Well not evil, but the League's costumes reflect their darker personalities, particularly with Batman's red costume and Wonder Woman's mace.
* ExplosiveLeash: [[spoiler:Every member of the Justice League 3000 project has inhaled "nano mines" that can be detonated on a moment's notice so long as they are in range. Terry kills the then-current Flash this way as a show of force to make sure the rest of the league stays in line.]]
* FlingALightIntoTheFuture: Averted. The Wonder Twins decide to do their best to make a light in their BadFuture, using ancient Justice League DNA.
* ForScience: Teri's motivation. Terry is slightly more idealistic. [[spoiler:Teri abandons this in favor of true heroism when she becomes the Flash, and Terry proves his idealism was all a ruse.]]
* GreenLanternRing: Green Lantern's cloak mimics the abilities of the traditional Green Lantern ring. He complains that the ring was better.
* TheHeart: Green Lantern, who tries to placate Batman and Superman.
* HeroicAlbino: Well more anti-heroic albino. Terry at least genuinely believes in the League and wants them to fix the galaxy's problems, but both of their actions are very morally questionable, such as cloning and tampering with the League.
* IBelieveICanFly: Averted for once within a Justice League team. Only Green Lantern can truly fly, as Superman has lost his flight, [[TooDumbToLive regardless of what he thinks]].
* InASingleBound: Superman's main method of getting around, now he's lost his flight.
* {{Jerkass}}: Superman and Wonder Woman.
* LastOfHisKind: Green Lantern, the last of the Green Lantern Corps.
* LegacyCharacter: The series focuses on the successors of the original Justice League.
* LegendFadesToMyth: The tales of the original Justice League have since become fairy tales with multiple interpretations. They think Superman's origin was either an alien landing on Earth, or a farm boy finding a magic cape.
* MissionControl: Terry & Teri, the Wonder Twins.
* MythologyGag: Batman's costume resembles that of a [[WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond Batman from a different future]]. Speaking of WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond one of the characters is named Terry...and his and Bruce's roles are reversed.
* TheNeedsOfTheMany: [[spoiler: The revelation in #4 that the killing of a person is needed to resurrect each League member raises this as an issue.]]
* PastLifeMemories: The League's are incomplete, causing a large shift in their personalities without their nurture tailoring their nature. They know who each other are, but have no memory of being friends or a successful team. Superman lacks his memories of being raised as Clark Kent, and Batman his parents' deaths.
* RealityWarper: Locus. She's so powerful, the Wonder Twins order the League to retreat from the planet that she is on. They don't and a CurbStompBattle ensues in her favor.
* ReallyGetsAround: Wonder Woman is much more forward now, propositioning Batman and Green Lantern. The only man she won't have a go at is Superman.
* RedEyesTakeWarning:
** Batman's new costume.
** Superman's eyes tend to glow red when he gets angry. Which, given his new personality, happens a lot.
* RequiredSecondaryPowers: Notably averted by the Flash, who doesn't have the aura protecting him from friction as he runs at super speed and requires forcefields to replicate the effect.
* TheReveal: [[spoiler: The League are not clones at all. The Wonder Twins instead overwrote the memories and DNA of five people with the original Justice League's DNA using nanotechnology, essentially killing these five subjects.]]
* SixthRanger: Firestorm joins the team in #4.
* SmugSuper: Superman, oh so much.
* TheSociopath: In issue #3, armed forces make Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman surrender by threatening to gun down the innocents around them, aware that their weapons can't harm the League. Batman quickly gives in, but Wonder Woman couldn't care less.
* StealthSequel: To [[spoiler: ''Formerly Known as the Justice League'' and ''I Can't Believe It's Not The Justice League''.]]
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: Batman and Superman ''hate'' each other to the point that [[ComplainingAboutRescuesTheyDontLike Batman plants an explosive on Superman's face purely because he refuses to be saved by him]].
* TookALevelInJerkass: Superman's an arrogant tool and Wonder Woman's a BloodKnight.
* TheUnfettered: The new Superman revels in the fact that without the beliefs he gained as Clark Kent holding him back, he can unleash his 'true' self.
* VillainousCrush: Locus just got out of a relationship and has the hots for Green Lantern.
* WeHaveReserves: [[spoiler:When the Flash is killed by Locus, the Wonder Twins are horrified, but Terry suggests they generate another Flash.]]
* WhamEpisode: Issue #7, just... Issue #7: [[spoiler:Terry turns out to be both the leader and the founder of the five. He kills Teri in front of the League and [[YourHeadASplode blows up Barry's head with nano-mines]], killing him once again. He's also been releasing nano-mines into the air at Cadmus, meaning that he can kill the entire League with the push of a button. And finally, Coeval convinces Terry that there's no reason to take chances by keeping the Cadmus employees alive. Terry agrees and lets Coeval detonate the nano-mines inside every single Cadmus employees' head at once.]]
* WomanScorned: Locus did not take Green Lantern's "rejection" well.
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