JLA-Z #3 (Jan 2004)

cover:  Phil Jimenez
JLA-Z #3
Jan 2004

DC Comics (dccomics.com)

This comic book does NOT contain any work by George Pérez, it is listed here because of its relationship to JLA/AVENGERS. See also: JLA-Z #1 and JLA-Z #2.
To be released November 2003.

Martian Manhunter to Zatanna (32 pages)
Mike McAvennie
Jim Lee, Scott McDaniel, Scott Kolins, Rob Haynes, Patrick Gleason, Dan Jurgens, Jeff Parker, Pascual Ferry, Tom Nguyen, Peter Pachoumis, Scott Williams, Christian Alamy, Kevin Maguire, Joe Rubinstein, Howard Porter, Dean Haspiel, Steve Lightle, Chris Batista, and various
editors: Ivan Cohen/Stephen Wacker

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    JLA-Z #1 (Nov 2003)
    JLA-Z #2 (Dec 2003)
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     December 7, 2003 | McAvennie Interview at Pulse
    From Pulse

    posted 12-05-2003 01:52 PM

    JLA-Z #1 (Nov 2003)
    JLA-Z #2 (Dec 2003)
    JLA-Z #3 (Jan 2004)
    The Justice League of America has a lavish and rich history that spans decades. Dozens of comic book characters have appeared within the pages of the various Justice League titles and it's almost as if you need a scorecard to keep track of who's who. Well in JLA - Z, that's just what DC has done, provided a comprehensive list and description of the various heroes and villains of the Justice League. Written by former DC Editor Mike McAvennie, this three-part series is the perfect 4 -1 - 1 to the inner workings of the JLA world as well as answering questions about his career in comics.


    THE PULSE: Whose idea was it for the JLA-Z miniseries?
    McAVENNIE: I’d say it was mine, though I don’t think my editors, Ivan Cohen and Steve Wacker, would appreciate it, since they came to me with the idea.

    THE PULSE: What is JLA-Z?
    McAVENNIE: Simply put, it’s a primer of sorts that offers quick, capsule-sized information regarding members past and present, plus JLA allies and enemies. It was conceived to accompany the release of the JLA/AVENGERS miniseries, but it’s a good reference book for JLA fans looking to find out info on a character.

     November 24, 2003 | JLA-Z #3 To Ship
    From Diamond

    Shipping Next Week: November 26

    The following products are expected to ship to comic book specialty stores next week. Note that this list is tentative and subject to change. Please check with your retailer for availability.

    SEP030266 JLA Z #3 (Of 3) $2.50

     August 19, 2003 | JLA-Z #3
    From Comics Continuum

    JLA-Z #3

    Written by Mike McAvennie; art by Drew Johnson, Phil Jimenez, Rick Burchett, Pia Guerra, Todd Nauck, Shane Davis, Jennifer Graves, Ray Snyder, Lary Stucker, Rob Stull, Jose Marzan Jr., and various; cover by Jimenez.

    The mini-series showcasing DC's greatest heroes concludes. Profiling the DC characters prominently featured in JLA/Avengers, this issue spans from the Martian Manhunter to Zatanna, illustrated by some of the greatest artists working in comics today and topped with the final piece of a triptych cover by Phil Jimenez.

    32 pages, $2.95, in stores on Nov. 26.