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Jla #10

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Jla #10

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(See also Justice League of America and Justice League)

Regular monthly series that ran for 125 issues.

The low sales of the various Justice League spinoff books prompted DC to revamp the League as a single team (all the various branch teams were disbanded) on a single title. A Justice League of America formed in the September 1996 Mini-Series Justice League: A Midsummer's Nightmare by Mark Waid and Fabian Nicieza, which reunited the ""Original Seven"" of the League for the first time since Crisis on Infinite Earths. In January 1997, DC Comics launched this title, written by Grant Morrison with art by Howard Porter and inker John Dell.

Morrison introduced the idea of the JLA allegorically representing a pantheon of gods, with their different powers and personalities, incorporating such characters as Zauriel, Big Barda, Orion, Huntress, Barbara Gordon (Oracle), Steel (John Henry Irons), and Plastic Man. He also had Aztek, Tomorrow Woman, and Green Arrow (Connor Hawke) as temporaries.

During the 2005-2006 event ""Infinite Crisis"", the series ended as Green Arrow struggled in vain to keep the League afloat. (JLA #120-125)

The title is reprinted in a series of 19 Trade Paper Back collections:

JLA: New Order (#1-4)

JLA: American Dreams (#5-9)

JLA: Rock of Ages (#10-15)

JLA: Strength In Numbers (#16-23)

JLA: Justice For All (#24-33)

JLA: World War III (#34-41)

JLA: Tower Of Babel (#42-46)

JLA: Divided We Fall (#47-54)

JLA: Terror Incognita (#55-60)

JLA: Golden Perfect (#61-65)

JLA: Obsidian Age Book One (#66-72)

JLA: Obsidian Age Book Two (#72-76)

JLA: Rules Of Engagement (#77-82)

JLA: Trial By Fire (#84-89)

JLA: The 10th Circle (#94-99)

JLA: Pain Of The Gods (#101-106)

JLA: Syndicate Rules (#107-114 and a story from JLA Secret Files 2004)

JLA: Crisis of Conscience (#115-119)

JLA: World Without a Justice League (#120-125)

There are also the following Deluxe Hardcovers:

JLA: The Deluxe Edition Vol. 1 (#1-9, Secret Files and Origins #1)

JLA: The



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