Tuesday, August 30, 2011

#1 issues of Justice League comics:


9 comments:

Dan said...

EXTREME JUSTICE?!? Really? That didn't actually get published, did it? Oh, in the 90s? Right.

concreteface said...

Bruce Timm wins. again.

Shriner said...

Why for you bring up Extreme Justice? Boy, that series sucked (and I recently stumbled across it while digging through my stacks for the Giffen/DeMattieus JLA books...

What awful art. To think there was a time when people thought that style was good.

Laplace Zombie said...

I still think the Ed Benes one looks boring.

Maxy Barnard said...

Man, if you take JLA Classified and Justice League Adventures and switch up the order you get the best cover text cross-title Q&A thing I've ever seen.

Anthony Strand said...

Maxy - That's hilarious. And they even have almost exactly the same lineup.

Wild Goose said...

You forgot one! http://dccomicsartists.com/dchistory/JusticeLeagueElite.jpg

Caleb said...

I still think the Ed Benes one looks boring.

It is boring, and the interiors even more so, but that' s actually Michael Turner's cover. Benes' covers for the same image was that huge group shop of a ton of DC heroes standing in a crowd, which I think DC cut in half and put half of on two different covers, to pump up sales (I think there were something like four different covers for that issue).

You forgot one!

I decided against using #1 issues of miniseries, as I wasn't sure what to include and what not to, which is why JLA: Year One, Cry For Justice, Justice League Elite and some others aren't in there.

Eyz said...

JLI/JLEurope.

'nuff said!