"Justice League Infinity" Comic Book Index

2021

  • Justice League Infinity #1 [of 7] (September)
    J.M. DeMatteis and James Tucker, Ethan Beavers
    As Martian Manhunter and Amazo question their existence and places in the Multiverse, the former wonders if the villains whom the Justice League has fought feel the same during their repeated attempts at world domination or other nefarious plots. Meanwhile, a strange energy seeps from a mirror Amazo has cracked. What that means for the Justice League is anyone's guess. Yet, it could mean certain danger for all that lives. Granny Goodness and Kalibak have crashed The Flash's birthday party. Yet, since Darkseid abandoned Apokolips in the JLU episode "Destroyer", they're at each other's throats while battling the League. Mister Miracle uses this to his advantage. He tracks their Boom Tubes and reverses their polarities, forcing them to return to Apokolips. Superman recounts the adventure to Lois as they have a romantic moment together. This, unfortunately, is interrupted by the energy released by Amazo, and the Man of Steel is replaced by a darker version of himself.

  • Justice League Infinity #2 [of 7] (October)
    J.M. DeMatteis and James Tucker, Ethan Beavers
    Amazo is still inside the Mirrored Room during his quest for answers to questions we all have regarding existence. The artificial intelligence's arrival there has resulted in Superman being switched with darker, dictatorial version of himself called Overman. Similar events occur all over the world, including to the Martian Manhunter's friend Eruch. This forces J'onn J'onzz to come out of his self-imposed exile. Whether he can help is his friends in the Justice League with this latest crisis, however, remains to be seen. As heroic versions of General Zod, Metallo and Doomsday recruit Superman in their fight against Vandal Savage's Reich. Overman has nearly decimated the Justice League when Martian Manhunter enters his mind to discover a Kal-El raised by Vandal Savage who fell in love with the Lois Lane of his world only to kill her for her betrayal of Savage. J'onn knows that within Overman's impenetrable skin lies a broken man whose feelings of love have been repressed by his adopted father. The Martian Manhunter reveals that something is wrong with the multiverse. The Mirrored Room is shattering all around Amazo, and the results may very be to much for even the Justice League to handle.

  • Justice League Infinity #3 [of 7] (October)
    J.M. DeMatteis and James Tucker, Ethan Beavers
    Beings throughout the multiverse are disappearing from their respective worlds and being replaced by their counterparts in most cases. Martian Manhunter senses changes in the fabric of these dimensions as they happen. This crisis is huge, and the Justice League has its hands full with it. If they don't find a solution that will save all that exists from utter oblivion. The multiverse is going mad as the Superman of Earth-D arrives on Overman's world while Superman remains. The two Men of Steel did not switch places. Wonder Woman has been replaced by remains of a dead version of herself. The Justice League must use the Infinity-1 Javelin, a ship designed by the Atom and Mister Terrific, to visit the source vortex in Metropolis. Martian Manhunter is able to track its cause while connected to the vessel's artificial intelligence. The League is literally going into the unknown. Meanwhile, Wonder Woman finds herself on a desolate world where she finds none other than the tyrant known as Darkseid.

"Justice League Infinity" Comic Book Index

2021

  • Justice League Infinity #1 [of 7] (September)
    J.M. DeMatteis and James Tucker, Ethan Beavers
    As Martian Manhunter and Amazo question their existence and places in the Multiverse, the former wonders if the villains whom the Justice League has fought feel the same during their repeated attempts at world domination or other nefarious plots. Meanwhile, a strange energy seeps from a mirror Amazo has cracked. What that means for the Justice League is anyone's guess. Yet, it could mean certain danger for all that lives. Granny Goodness and Kalibak have crashed The Flash's birthday party. Yet, since Darkseid abandoned Apokolips in the JLU episode "Destroyer", they're at each other's throats while battling the League. Mister Miracle uses this to his advantage. He tracks their Boom Tubes and reverses their polarities, forcing them to return to Apokolips. Superman recounts the adventure to Lois as they have a romantic moment together. This, unfortunately, is interrupted by the energy released by Amazo, and the Man of Steel is replaced by a darker version of himself.

  • Justice League Infinity #2 [of 7] (October)
    J.M. DeMatteis and James Tucker, Ethan Beavers
    Amazo is still inside the Mirrored Room during his quest for answers to questions we all have regarding existence. The artificial intelligence's arrival there has resulted in Superman being switched with darker, dictatorial version of himself called Overman. Similar events occur all over the world, including to the Martian Manhunter's friend Eruch. This forces J'onn J'onzz to come out of his self-imposed exile. Whether he can help is his friends in the Justice League with this latest crisis, however, remains to be seen. As heroic versions of General Zod, Metallo and Doomsday recruit Superman in their fight against Vandal Savage's Reich. Overman has nearly decimated the Justice League when Martian Manhunter enters his mind to discover a Kal-El raised by Vandal Savage who fell in love with the Lois Lane of his world only to kill her for her betrayal of Savage. J'onn knows that within Overman's impenetrable skin lies a broken man whose feelings of love have been repressed by his adopted father. The Martian Manhunter reveals that something is wrong with the multiverse. The Mirrored Room is shattering all around Amazo, and the results may very be to much for even the Justice League to handle.

  • Justice League Infinity #3 [of 7] (October)
    J.M. DeMatteis and James Tucker, Ethan Beavers
    Beings throughout the multiverse are disappearing from their respective worlds and being replaced by their counterparts in most cases. Martian Manhunter senses changes in the fabric of these dimensions as they happen. This crisis is huge, and the Justice League has its hands full with it. If they don't find a solution that will save all that exists from utter oblivion. The multiverse is going mad as the Superman of Earth-D arrives on Overman's world while Superman remains. The two Men of Steel did not switch places. Wonder Woman has been replaced by remains of a dead version of herself. The Justice League must use the Infinity-1 Javelin, a ship designed by the Atom and Mister Terrific, to visit the source vortex in Metropolis. Martian Manhunter is able to track its cause while connected to the vessel's artificial intelligence. The League is literally going into the unknown. Meanwhile, Wonder Woman finds herself on a desolate world where she finds none other than the tyrant known as Darkseid.


“Justice League Unlimited” and “Justice League Infinity” Comics Index

Introduction

Here is a listing of the Justice League Unlimited title from its introduction in September 2004 to its conclusion with issue #46 in August 2008; and the Justice League Infinity 7-issue miniseries, which was also based on the same animated universe, with issues dated 2021-2022. The Writer, Penciller and Inker for each issue are listed within the Comic Index pages, directly below each title's name and number.

Note: Remember, the month dates listed are from the issue covers, not the actual date when the comic was on sale.

CONTENTS:

2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2021



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