Justice League - Page 1
Julius Schwartz was the editor at DC Comics who starting revamping and reintroducing DC's stable of superhero characters in 1956, and by 1960 he was sensing there was a lot more potential for audience. Instead of just bringing The Justice Society of America back, he used his fan-interest in the National Baseball League to retitle DC's hero-team book as The Justice League of America. Mike Sekowsky did the first cover art, a debut appearance that was in Brave and the Bold #28, Feb-March 1960.
The 1960 lineup was: Superman, Batman, Aquaman, Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, and Wonder Woman, though Batman and Superman were played down as members and did not originally appear on covers often. An unofficial "mascot" named Snapper was a teenage boy who sometimes accompanied the League as they fought aliens and other DC Comics' villains.
Tyler Kirkham Variant Cover 2016
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Art by Gabriele Dell-Otto - Dell-Otto Website
Art by Michael Turner
More Wonder Woman
Justice League #6, 1987
Red Tornado - Justice League #106
Art by Nick Cardy
Justice League of America #62, May 1968, Art by Mike Sekowsky. Inks by Jack Abel
Justice League of America
Justice League 3000
Justice League Miscellaneous
Original Page January 2013 | Updated Juy 2016