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Topic - Justice League
The Justice League, also called the Justice League of America or JLA, is a fictional superhero team that appears in comic books published by DC Comics. - Source: Wikipedia
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DC Comics’ famed superhero team learns to work together to stop an alien invasion with mixed results in Warner Bros. Animation’s latest direct to Blu-ray, PG-13 cartoon.
Lex Luthor is sporting a new title on his business card: Hero.
Novelist and comics writer Brad Meltzer is no stranger to heroes, having written about the likes of the Justice League, Batman and Buffy the Vampire slayer.
DC Comics' iconic stable of superheroes and villains find themselves in the throes of Mortal Kombat in an incredible third-person fighting game.
Writer Geoff Johns has taken DC Entertainment's Green Lantern and its associated characters through brightest day and blackest night, but after nine years of scripting tales about the galactic police force whose rings are powered by will, he's leaving the series in May with issue No. 20 to focus on the Justice League and its related titles.
A very odd assortment of mythical childhood figures, some of them afflicted with severe emotional insecurities and inferiority complexes, are thrown together as an unlikely set of action heroes in "The Rise of the Guardians," an attractively designed but overly busy and derivative mishmash of kid-friendly elements.
When DC Comics decided to blow up its fabled universe and create a brave, diverse future, Geoff Johns drew from the past for a new character: his own background as an Arab-American.
Wonder Woman and Superman are an item, locking lips in a passionate embrace as the pair realize that there's no one out there like them.
Now that Christopher Nolan is done with his epic Batman trilogy, the filmmaker has quashed speculation that he might be involved in a "Justice League" movie featuring the Dark Knight.
Children not allowed to see “The Dark Knight Rises” can still appreciate Batman in an action-packed, third-person video game.
DC Comics' heroes are going to zeroes. In September, DC Entertainment will publish a zero issue for its 52 titles, a move that co-publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio said will help explain the origins and effects of its rebooted characters a year after it erased decades of history and continuity to start everything from scratch.
DC Comics' heroes are going to zeroes.
Green Lantern, one of DC Comics' oldest and most enduring heroes, is serving as a beacon for the publisher again, this time as a proud, mighty and openly gay hero.
Warner Bros. Animation turns the classic DC Comics' JLA story arc "Tower of Babel" into a PG-13 cartoon with mixed results.