JUSTICE LEAGUES: JL? #1 (Mar 2001) DC Comics

cover:  George Perez
JUSTICE LEAGUES: JL? #1
Date: Mar 2001
Cover Price: $2.50
Publisher: dccomics.com

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    Credits
    "Twilight's Last Gleaming" (22 pages)
    writer:  Tom Peyer 
    art:  Ethan Van Sciver
    Matt Martin
    Ray Kryissing 
    colors:  John Kalisz 
    letters:  John Workman 
    editor:  Tony Bedard
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     January 24, 2002 | Previews Poster
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    Special thanks to my comic book store, Outpost 2000 & Beyond for giving me this poster. If you're ever in Minnesota, you should stop by.

    Anyway, Previews used their cover of PREVIEWS #11 (vol 10) as the poster (which is the cover to JUSTICE LEAGUES: JL? #1). It's folded and measured 12" by 20". The back of the poster features Tony Daniel's SILKE.







    December 24, 2000 | DC Advance Previews
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    JUSTICE LEAGUES #1
    Written by Tom Peyer; art by Ethan Van Sciver and Matt Martin; cover by George Perez

    "Justice Leagues" begins! The Advance Man has managed to make the entire world forget there ever was a JLA, including its members! How will the World's Greatest Heroes defeat him without the benefit of team effort? For more information, see the feature article.

    JUSTICE LEAGUES: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF ALIENS #1
    Written by Judd Winick; art by Mike S. Miller and Armando Durruthy; cover by George Perez

    "Justice Leagues," Part 5. The Martian Manhunter and Superman combine forces with Orion, Starfire, Warrior, Mikaal (the blue alien Starman), and Lobo - but will their respective cultures clash in the effort to save their adopted planet?

    JUSTICE LEAGUES: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMAZONS #1
    Written by Len Kaminski; art by Aluir Amancio and Claude St. Aubin; cover by George Perez

    "Justice Leagues," Part 2. Wonder Woman gathers Supergirl, The Huntress, Zatanna, Big Barda, Black Orchid, and Power Girl to protect Mother Earth and keep the peace. But their fierce, martial-law approach may do more harm than good.

    JUSTICE LEAGUES: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF ARKHAM #1
    Written by Paul Grist; art by Coy Turnbull and Dan Davis; cover by George Perez

    "Justice Leagues," Part 4. Batman's plan to stop the Advance Man has Nightwing wondering if his old mentor has lost his mind, as he teams up with Catwoman, the Riddler, Poison Ivy, the Ventriloquist, and the Joker!

    JUSTICE LEAGUES: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF ATLANTIS #1
    Written by Len Kaminski; art by Javier Saltares and Mark Propst; cover by George Perez

    In stores January 24. Part 3 of "Justice Leagues!" The King of the Seven Seas also recruits Power Girl along with Tempest, Mera, Arion, and Lori Lemaris to save his watery realm. But will his take-no-prisoners attitude prove Aquaman's own undoing?

    JUSTICE LEAGUES: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #1
    Written by Tom Peyer; art by Justiniano; cover by George Perez

    The epic conclusion to "Justice Leagues!" Plura, the world-consuming threat that hired the Advance Man, is loose upon our world! Can Superman crack the mystery of what "J.L.A." should stand for in time to save billions of innocent souls?

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