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    Volume » Published by DC Comics. Started in 2011.

    Volume 2.

    Short summary describing this volume.

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    Preceded by Justice League of America Volume 2. Continued in Justice League Volume 3.

    The first series of The New 52, Justice League launched with the conclusion of Flashpoint to usher in the new version of the DC Universe. The first arc (issues #1-6) were set five years in the past, where the League was first formed by Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) and Cyborg, when the earth was invaded by Darkseid and his forces from Apokolips. Following the sixth issue, the books jumped into the present, and began to feature a back up starring Billy Batson in his journey to becoming the hero known as Shazam. Considering the title is thought as the lynchpin of the DCU, it often features stories about Pandora, the character who was responsible for the changes to the DCU, and will be instrumental to the upcoming Trinity War. After Forever Evil, which continued from the end of Trinity War, Lex Luthor has joined the League as well. Current line up also includes Shazam and Power Ring (Jessica Cruz).

    Main Feature Written by: Written by: Geoff Johns (#1 - Present)

    Main Feature Drawn by: Jim Lee (#1 - 6; #9 - 12), Gene Ha (#7); Carlos D'Anda (#8); Gary Frank (#0, 21); Tony Daniel (#13 - 14); Ivan Reis (#15 - 17, 19 - 20, 22 - Current); Jesus Saiz (#18)

    Back up Feature Written by: Geoff Johns (#5 - Present); Jeff Lemire (#13)

    Back up Feature Drawn by: Carlos D'Anda (#6); Gary Frank (#7 - 12, #14 - 20); Brad Walker (#13)

    For Pre Flashpoint volume, refer to Justice League of America.

    In September 2013 DC is having all its books focus on the villains because of Trinity War and Forever Evil and number them by '.1', '.2' and so on up to '.4'.

    The 4 Villain books that are from Justice League are

    Justice League #23.1 Darkseid #1 (Written by Greg Pak and Drawn by Paulo Siqueira)

    Justice League #23.2 Lobo #1 (Written by Marguerite Bennett and Drawn by Ben Oliver)

    Justice League #23.3 Dial E #1 (Written by China Miéville and Drawn by Various)

    Justice League #23.4 Secret Society of Super Villains #1 (Written by Geoff Johns and Sterling Gates and is Drawn by Manuel Garcia and Rob Hunter)


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    Non-U.S. Collected Editions


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