JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #0 (Jul 2006) DC Comics

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JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #0
Date: Jul 2006
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    Credits
    "Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow" (32 pages) 
    writer:  Brad Meltzer
    art:  Ed Benes
    George Perez
    Jim Lee, J.H. Williams
    Gene Ha
    Dick Giordano
    Eric Wright
    Tony Harris
    Kevin Maguire
    Dan Jurgens
    Howard Porter
    Luke McDonnell
    Rags Morales
    Ethan Van Sciver
    Phil Jimenez
    colors:  Alex SinClair
    letters:  Rob Leigh 
    editor:  Jeanine Schaefer
    Eddie Berganza
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    News: Blair Butler

    Sat, 30 Sep 2006 12:10:51 CST [ submitted by Vu ]
     From Vu

    BLAIR BUTLER (2006)

    I love her! Watch Blair Butler on her adventures on G4TV.

    There is an interview with Blair In WIZARD #181 (Nov 2006):

    >>>
    5 QUESTIONS WITH... BLAIR BUTLER
    published in WIZARD #181 (Nov 2006)

    (excerpt)

    What books are you enjoying right now?
    Right now, at the top of the list is always going to be Y: The Last Man, Ex Machina, The Ultimates is fantastic, Astonishing X-Men, Walking Dead, Jonah Hex absolutely, IDW's Zombies, Optic Nerve, Local... I also really loved Justice League of America #0

    News: Meltzer First Writer To Top NY Times Bestseller and Diamond Top 100

    Wed, 20 Sep 2006 19:08:29 CST [ submitted by Vu ]
     From www.dccomics.com
    Brad Meltzer becomes first writer to top New York Times bestseller list and Diamond Comic Distributors top 100 sales chart simultaneously
    September 15, 2006

    (excerpt)

    JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #0 (Jul 2006)
    DC Comics
    New York, NY — Warner Books (the publisher of David Baldacci and Nelson DeMille) and DC Comics (the largest English-language publisher of comics in the world and home to such iconic characters as Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman) announced today that novelist Brad Meltzer has become the first author to top The New York Times Bestseller List and the Diamond Comic Distributors Top 100 Sales Chart simultaneously. Meltzer's new thriller THE BOOK OF FATE—which debuts atop the New York Times list on September 24—features a decade-old presidential crossword puzzle, a disturbing secret buried in Masonic history and a 200-year-old secret code invented by Thomas Jefferson. Issue number One of Meltzer's JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA, which tells the story of the re-formation of the world's greatest superhero team, anchored by Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman, is the overall top comic book in both dollars and units the Diamond Comic Distributors Top 300 Sales Chart for the month of October.

    "There's one name on the cover of every book, but only a fool thinks it's a one-person show," said Meltzer. "Warner built this. DC Comics built this. And most important, they built it together."

    [ Read more Brad Meltzer becomes first writer to top New York Times bestseller list and Diamond Comic Distributors top 100 sales chart simultaneously ]

    News: Washington Times' Review of JLA

    Sat, 26 Aug 2006 10:35:39 CST [ submitted by Vu ]
     From www.washingtontimes.com
    3 heroes restart history of Justice League's glory
    By Joseph Szadkowski
    August 26, 2006

    (excerpt)

    The book quickly establishes the intense friendship developed by Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman through a series of vignettes drawn by legends in the sequential art industry.

    Names such as George Perez, Dick Giordano, Dan Jurgens, Howard Porter and Jim Lee each leave their style upon a few of the 24 pages that chronicle significant incidents that have shaped the league through the years.

    From an initial meeting in the Batcave by the three to the wedding of Donna Troy to the apparent death of Superman to the Seven Soldiers struggle, Mr. Meltzer covers a ton of real estate but delivers helpful context and a seamless entry point for his era of the JLA.

    [ Read more 3 heroes restart history of Justice League's glory ]

    News: JLA #0 Commentary

    Thu, 17 Aug 2006 20:35:32 CST [ submitted by Ilke Hincer ]
     From www.wizarduniverse.com
    'JLA' #0 COMMENTARY BY BRAD MELTZER
    Posted: July 25, 2006 4:40 PM
    By Ben Morse

    (excerpt)

    JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #0 (Jul 2006)
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    Page 7
    THE WEDDING OF DONNA TROY (p. 7)
    Art by George Perez

    MELTZER: For me, this is the true royal wedding in the DCU. No supervillains attacking, no Skrulls, just a wedding.

    PEREZ: When I got the assignment, I had assumed I'd be drawing the JLA. I was quite surprised to find that I was recreating the wedding of Donna Troy and Terry Long. I found out later that Brad had created the scene especially so I could draw it-and so he could purchase the original art. [Laughs] I think I did it better this time. Since my wife Carol designed the dresses for the bridal party, it was nice to draw them again.

    MELTZER: Working with George brought tears to my eyes. His Justice League of America, Avengers and New Teen Titans are the reason I'm a comic reader.

    PEREZ: Inking myself allowed me to get a little more detail into everything. I drew Bruce Wayne a little differently from two decades ago, since at the time I hadn't yet nailed down a definitive face for the character and the inkers, Dick Giordano and Mike DeCarlo, working from my layouts had more liberty.

    [ Read more 'JLA' #0 COMMENTARY BY BRAD MELTZER ]

    News: Top Sales Charts For July 2006

    Sun, 13 Aug 2006 18:15:12 CST [ submitted by Vu ]
     From www.comicbookresources.com
    TOP SALES CHARTS FOR ACTUAL SALES IN JULY, 2006
    by Jonah Weiland, Executive Producer
    Posted: August 12, 2006

    Below you'll find Market Shares based on actual sales of product shipped in July, 2006, as provided by Diamond Comics Distributors.

    (excerpt)

    Top 300 Comics

    Rank Title
    1 CIVIL WAR #3 (Of 7)
    2 JUSTICE LEAGUE O/AMERICA #0
    3 NEW AVENGERS #22
    4 52 WEEK #11
    43 JSA #87
    74 RED SONJA #12

    Top 100 Graphic Novels/TPB's

    Rank Title
    7 SUPERMAN INFINITE CRISIS TP
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    News: Ask Brad Meltzer About JLofA #1

    Sat, 12 Aug 2006 00:12:59 CST [ submitted by Vu ]
     From www.newsarama.com
    JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #0 (Jul 2006)
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    ASK BRAD MELTZER ABOUT JLofA #1
    posted 08-10-2006, 02:41 PM

    Though the series kicked off last month in the special issue #0, Brad Meltzer’s Justice League of America kicks off in earnest next week with the release of issue #1, and fans will begin to find out what they’ve been wanting to know for months – who's on the roster?

    As we promised last month, Meltzer is coming back to Newsarama again to answer your questions about issue #0, issue #1, or the series in general, but we’re shaking things up and doing things a little differently this time around.

    [ Read more ASK BRAD MELTZER ABOUT JLofA #1 ]

    News: Dynamic Forces at HSN on August 8

    Wed, 02 Aug 2006 19:41:26 CST [ submitted by Vu ]
     From www.comicbookresources.com
    DYNAMIC FORCES LIVE THROUGHOUT NIGHT (AND DAY) AT HSN ON AUGUST 7TH!
    by Arune Singh, Staff Writer
    Posted: August 1, 2006

    (excerpt)

    JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #0 (Jul 2006)
    DC Comics
    Celebrating some of this years biggest landmarks with creator and celebrity signatures! For the first time ever DF is bringing the signature of Allan Heinberg (of Sex and the City, The O.C. and Grey's Anatomy) signing a limited number of Wonder Woman #1's for this appearance WITH the signatures of artist extra-ordinaire Terry and Rachel Dodson to complete this package - all just in time for Wonder Woman's 65th Anniversary! - appearing on the show! And out of a "crisis", something always happens to a Flash! To commemorate the new Flash #1, DF is bringing it signed by artist Ken Lashley, and just in time for the Silver Age of the Scarlet Speedster's 50th Anniversary! And if that were not enough, DF is bringing in the "all-star" signatures of Michael Turner on the hot debut issue of Justice League of America #0, PLUS great signatures by classic artists Nick Cardy and Mike DeCarlo, with signatures from George Perez, Tom Smith, Alex Ross with Jim Kruegar, Justin Gray and others from DC's brave new world and their distinguished history!
    News: SBC Reviews JLA #0

    July 24, 2006 07:28 pm [ submitted by Vu ]
     From www.silverbulletcomicbooks.com
    Sunday Slugfest - Justice League of America #0
    Posted: Sunday, July 23

    (excerpt)

    JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #0 (Jul 2006)
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    Robert Murray: 3½ Bullets
    The artwork in the issue is just as capable as the writing, which is surprising considering the number of hands in the same pot. Twenty-three different artists had a hand in the rendering of the panels, but instead of feeling like a jam session of artistic talent, Meltzer employs the different styles and techniques to assist in the storytelling, creating feelings of nostalgia as well as excitement for future incarnations of the League. Selfishly, I loved the pages by Dick Giordano and George Perez, as it recreated the comics I read as a kid. In my opinion, the most effective pages were done by Eric Wight (loved the classic feel) and Kevin Maguire (you can’t help loving the faces he draws). Yes, some of the art was lackluster, but all of the pieces fit, creating a look that backs up the jumps in time. The most disheartening aspect of the art, and the entire issue in general, was what was provided by Ed Benes and Sandra Hope, who will be the series “regular” art team. Benes’ rendering of faces doesn’t really do it for me, as they don’t really express the emotions of particular characters. In a couple of panels, Superman almost looks stoned! As for Hope, her inking lines are way too much, cutting into each and every muscle and facial feature. It actually distracted me during the conclusion of the issue, which is something an inker should never do.

    [ Read more Sunday Slugfest - Justice League of America #0 ]

    News: Justice League of America #0, Page 7

    July 24, 2006 04:17 am [ submitted by Vu ]
     From Vu
    JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #0 (Jul 2006)
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    News: JLA #0 and Back Issue #17 Released

    July 22, 2006 09:20 am [ submitted by Ilke Hincer ]
     From Ilke Hincer
    JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #0 (Jul 2006)
    DC Comics
    BACK ISSUE! #17 (Jul 2006)
    July 19th saw the release of Justice League of America #0 and Back Issue #17, which includes a previously unseen Starfire/Wonder Girl sketch by George (along with several other Perez illos).
    News: Solicitations For July 2006

    April 18, 2006 07:40 am
     From www.comicbookresources.com
    DC COMICS SOLICITATIONS FOR PRODUCT SHIPPING JULY, 2006
    by Jonah Weiland, Executive Producer
    Posted: April 17, 2006

    DC Comics has provided CBR News with their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in July of 2006. Discuss these solicitations here on CBR's DC Comics forum and tell fellow fans what you plan on picking up.

    JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #0 (Jul 2006)
    DC Comics
    JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #0
    Written by Brad Meltzer
    Art by Ed Benes, George Perez, Jim Lee, J.H. Williams, Gene Ha, Dick Giordano, Eric Wright, Tony Harris, Kevin Maguire, Dan Jurgens, Howard Porter, Luke McDonnell, Rags Morales, Ethan Van Sciver and Phil Jimenez
    Cover by Michael Turner
    Variant cover by J. Scott Campbell

    The most anticipated book of the year is finally here! Best-selling author Brad Meltzer broke the JLA down in the top-selling, critically acclaimed Identity Crisis - and now he puts all the pieces back together again! Superman. Batman. Wonder Woman. The core heroes of the DCU are back - but after Infinite CrisiS, where do they stand with each other? Here's the definitive answer, brought to you with the brilliant art of Ed Benes, George Perez, Jim Lee, J.H. Williams, Gene Ha, Dick Giordano, Eric Wright, Tony Harris, Kevin Maguire, Dan Jurgens, Howard Porter, Luke McDonnell, Rags Morales, Ethan Van Sciver, Phil Jimenez and others. Join us for this historic and unforgettable new beginning of the Justice League of America as we look at the past, present and future of the World's Greatest Super Heroes! On sale July 19 o 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US Edited by Eddie Berganza

    JSA #87 (Jul 2006) JSA #87
    Written by Paul Levitz
    Art by Rags Morales, Jerry Ordway and Luke Ross
    Cover by George Pérez

    Everything comes together in this shocking final issue that paves the way for the next chapter in the adventures of the world's first superteam! The JSA's violent final battle against the Gentleman Ghost pits them against a vicious army of evil dead that may spell the end for the team - and their home - as we know it!
    On sale July 6 o 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US o Final Issue

    WITCHBLADE TRADE PAPERBACK #11 (Jul 2006)
    IMAGE COMICS SOLICITATIONS FOR PRODUCT SHIPPING JULY, 2006
    by Jonah Weiland, Executive Producer
    Posted: April 18, 2006

    Image Comics has provided CBR News with covers and solicit information for product shipping July, 2006. Discuss these solicitations here on CBR's Image Comics forum and tell fellow fans what you plan on picking up. Witchblade Trade Paperback Volume 11
    (W) Ron Marz (P)Mike Choi, Keu Cha and Chris Bachalo (C ) Buccellato, Oback

    Ron Marz continues his rave-receiving run in Witchblade issues #86-92. The enigmatic Curator continues to give Gleason and Sara just enough information to leave them with more questions until the origin of the Blade is revealed to Sara in issue #92. Keu Cha, Chris Bachalo, Mike Choi, Brandon Peterson, Marc Silvestri, Eric Basaldua, Francis Manapul, Darwyn Cooke, J. Michael Linsner, Bart Sears, Luke Ross AND George Perez join together to create one of the most beautiful stories of Witchblade history!

    Full color 192 pages $14.99 Trade Paperback

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