The Justice League of America are a team appearing in various DC Comics media. You may be looking for:
- Justice League of America Vol 1 (1960-1986)
- Justice League of America Vol 1 (1986-1987)
- Justice League Vol 1 (1987)
- Justice League International Vol 1 (1987-1989)
- Justice League America Vol 1 (1989-1996)
- Justice League Europe Vol 1 (1989-1993)
- The Extremist Vector (1990)
- Justice League International Vol 2 (1993-1994)
- JLA (1997) (1997-2006)
- JLA: Year One Vol 1 (1998)
- DC 2000 (2000)
- JLA: A League of One (2000)
- JLA Incarnations Vol 1 (2001-2002)
- JLA: Black Baptism Vol 1 (2001)
- JLA/Avengers (2003-2004)
- Formerly Known as the Justice League Vol 1 (2003-2004)
- Justice League Elite Vol 1 (2004-2005)
- JLA Classified Vol 1 (2005-2008)
- Justice League of America Vol 2 (2006-2011)
- Justice League: Cry for Justice (2009-2010)
- Justice League: Generation Lost (2010)
The New 52
- Justice League vs. Suicide Squad
- Justice League (Rebirth) (2016-2018)
- Justice League of America (Rebirth)
- Justice League/Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers
- Justice League: No Justice
- Justice League (2018) (2018-2020)
- Justice League Dark
Post-Dark Nights Death Metal
- The DC Extended Universe:
- Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice — As "Dawn of Justice" suggests, the movie sets up the origins of the League, with focus on the Trinity (Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman) in the climax, as well as footage cameos of future members (Aquaman, Flash and Cyborg) via the files Bruce Wayne steals from Lex Luthor.
- Suicide Squad — Amanda Waller gives some files about the Flash and Aquaman to Bruce Wayne so he can find them.
- Justice League — The very first movie gathering of the team, pitting it against the Apokoliptian Steppenwolf and his Parademons.
- Zack Snyder's Justice League — Director's cut of the above, revisiting the aftermath of Batman v Superman as filmed by its original director Zack Snyder. Introduces Darkseid as a major threat. Martian Manhunter joins the League at the end.
- Justice League of America (A TV Pilot Movie, loosely based on the International era)
- Smallville had an unnamed proto-League, which operated less as a superhero group and more of a La Résistance against Lex Luthor and the government's experiments on superhumans. Green Arrow led this incarnation (consisting of Impulse, Cyborg, Aquaman, and Black Canary, with occasional assistance from Clark and J'onn J'onnz).
- The Arrowverse has hinted at the League on several occasions, and the occasional gathering of the different heroes, starting with the Invasion! adaptation, has been cited as basically being an embryonic League (especially considering during Invasion!, the old STAR Labs warehouse the assorted heroes utilized was modeled after the Hall of Justice). The Legion of Doom has also shown up in season 2 of Legends of Tomorrow. After much speculation, a team heavily implied to be the Arrowverse's Justice League was finally formednote at the end of Crisis on Infinite Earths, with a lineup consisting of Superman, Supergirl, Martian Manhunter, White Canary, The Flash, Black Lightning, and Batwoman (with an empty eighth seat honoring the deceased Green Arrow) utilizing the aforementioned Hall of Justice-esque warehouse as their base of operations.
- The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure (the 1960s Filmation show, one of the rotating segments which included both the titular stars, as well as the other rotating segment stars— Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman and The Atom)
- DC Animated Universe
- Batman: The Brave and the Bold (a new version of the team based on the International era is formed in season 2, the original incarnation having broken up off-screen)
- Young Justice (2010) (while the focus is on the sidekicks, the League has a presence in the story)
- Justice League Action