Justice League Unlimited Comics Index

2005

  • Justice League Unlimited #3 (January)
    Adam Beechen/Steve Vance, Carlo Barberi/John Delaney, Walden Wong/Ron Boyd
    The Atom shrinks down Wonder Woman, Ice, and Firestorm to join him in a battle against tiny invaders who threaten to take over everything if they aren't stopped./Mister Miracle is forced to help a criminal escape from The Slab prison, but instead foils his plans and keeps him imprisoned. Power Girl must retrieve a stolen experimental weapon at sea.

  • Justice League Unlimited #4 (February)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    Adam Strange once again saves Rann from Kanjar Ro, with the help of the Justice League. A young Rannian, upset with the fact that his people idolize an Earth man as their hero, attempts to take the mantle of Adam Strange, freeing Kanjar Ro in order to recapture him. However Kanjar Ro tricks him, and the youngster is saved by Adam Strange, who promises to train the young man and any others who want to protect their world as heroes.

  • Justice League Unlimited #5 (March)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    Blue Beetle is on monitor duty in the Justice League watchtower. He's bored. A knock comes on the "door" and The General barges his way and begins beating on Blue Beetle, who is no match for the might of The General. Unable to contact the other Justice League members, Beetle uses his wits, manages to subdue The General, and can safely go back to taking it easy on monitor duty.

  • Justice League Unlimited #6 (April)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    Green Lantern, Fire, Green Arrow, and Red Tornado come across another Green Lantern, the legendary Zibar who is battling 3 aliens known as the Triptych. While Zibar seems old and unable to control, John Stewart allows him to command him and his Justice League friends to fight the Triptych menace because of his legandary status amongst Green Lanterns. However it is soon apparent that Zibar is not the Green Lantern he used to be, and the Justice League must take control and defeat the alien menace before Zibar has the all killed. Zibar realizes he's past his prime and takes John's wise advice to use his great experience to teach other Green Lanterns.

  • Justice League Unlimited #7 (May)
    Adam Beechen, Ethen Beavers, Ethen Beavers
    Supergirl complains to Superman that the Kents (as her adopted parents) don't understand her. Soon after the two are doing battle with Parademons as Darkseid prepares to use an X-Element cannon to breach the Source Wall. Supergirl, witnessessing how Darkseid and Orion (while father and son) are at total odds against each other, gets angry and knocks Darkseid into his cannon, destroying the weapon and Darkseid's plans.

  • Justice League Unlimited #8 (June)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    Searching the JLA Watchtower, as he's accustomed to doing, The Question discovers a hidden bomb in the ventilation system. He tells nobody about it, because he trusts nobody, and goes about trying to work out who placed the bomb and how. When J'onn attempts to talk to him, The Question becomes suspicious and tries to escape from J'onn, thinking the Martian is the villain... J'onn soon convinces The Question that it is infact he who was being mind controlled to place the bomb, and the dilemma is soon resolved.

  • Justice League Unlimited #9 (July)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    Travelling back in time to the time of King Arthur, the Justice League meets with Merlin and discover that Morgaine Le Fey has created an army of Black Knights in an attempt to take over Camelot. New League member Vixen, specifically asked for by Merlin, isn't confident she'll be of much help, but when she realizes she can take the form of not just any animal, but that of a magic dragon, she comes to the League's rescue and foils Morgaine's plans, ridding Camelot of the Black Knights and Morgaine Le Fey.

  • Justice League Unlimited #10 (August)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    A small nuclear weapon is stolen by a crazy group of villains called the Madmen. The Justice League are clueless as to what the Madmen might do with it, so Batman employs the help of the Creeper. The unstable Creeper leads Batman to a past member of the Madmen, who ends up being the target the Madmen have in mind for the nuclear bomb. With seconds the spare, the Creeper deals with the Madmen while Batman takes care of the ticking bomb.

  • Justice League Unlimited #11 (September)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    Stargirl joins Superman, Wonder Woman, and Steel as they venture into Atlantis to celebrate their annual Coronation Day festival. However Arionite Cultists threaten Atlantis and the entire world when they release a Demon. Wonder Woman, Steel and Superman are no match for the magical beast, but Stargirl proves she's more than just a kid to Aquaman, when she absorbs the demon's powers and sends it back to its prison.

  • Justice League Unlimited #12 (October)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    Jay Garrick, the original Flash, visits an Elementary School, but one kid is unimpressed. Wally, the current Flash, is tricked by the Mirror Master into thinking his teammates have been imprisoned. Falling into the mirror trap, Wally is unable to vibrate out of the prison or telepathically contact J'onn. So he sends a distress signal through the Speed Force (where his powers are derived from). Jay Garrick gets the signal, finds that the JLA have been trapped within the teleportation system of the Watchtower, and located Wally. He defeats Mirror Master, releases Wally, who then helps him release the Justice League... and all end up back at the Elementary School, where the young skeptic is made into a fan of the original Flash.

  • Justice League Unlimited #13 (November)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    Steel studies Red Tornado's internal workings, marveling at the technology. Elsewhere someone initiates a program which overrides Red Tornado's control over his body. Red Tornado goes berserk, punching a hole in the Justice League satellite before heading for earth where he knocks down empty buildings and construction sites. The Justice League can't get close to the power of the air elemental, until Steel puts his life at risk by attempting a manual override. His success shuts down the override, and Red Tornado thanks his friend for saving him. Batman meanwhile visits Amanda Waller, knowing she was the villain who attempted to take over Red Tornado in an effort to turn public opinion against the Justice League. He leaves her with a stern warning.

  • Justice League Unlimited #14 (December)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    Deadman asks the mystical members of the Justice League for help, as three demons, Abnegazar, Rath and Ghast have taken over Limbo, blocking all souls from passing through to either Heaven or Hell. The heroes go to Limbo, but when Etrigan apparently double-crosses them, it looks like all is lost... but he ends up saving the day after all, and Limbo is freed.

Justice League Unlimited Comics Index

2005

  • Justice League Unlimited #3 (January)
    Adam Beechen/Steve Vance, Carlo Barberi/John Delaney, Walden Wong/Ron Boyd
    The Atom shrinks down Wonder Woman, Ice, and Firestorm to join him in a battle against tiny invaders who threaten to take over everything if they aren't stopped./Mister Miracle is forced to help a criminal escape from The Slab prison, but instead foils his plans and keeps him imprisoned. Power Girl must retrieve a stolen experimental weapon at sea.

  • Justice League Unlimited #4 (February)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    Adam Strange once again saves Rann from Kanjar Ro, with the help of the Justice League. A young Rannian, upset with the fact that his people idolize an Earth man as their hero, attempts to take the mantle of Adam Strange, freeing Kanjar Ro in order to recapture him. However Kanjar Ro tricks him, and the youngster is saved by Adam Strange, who promises to train the young man and any others who want to protect their world as heroes.

  • Justice League Unlimited #5 (March)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    Blue Beetle is on monitor duty in the Justice League watchtower. He's bored. A knock comes on the "door" and The General barges his way and begins beating on Blue Beetle, who is no match for the might of The General. Unable to contact the other Justice League members, Beetle uses his wits, manages to subdue The General, and can safely go back to taking it easy on monitor duty.

  • Justice League Unlimited #6 (April)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    Green Lantern, Fire, Green Arrow, and Red Tornado come across another Green Lantern, the legendary Zibar who is battling 3 aliens known as the Triptych. While Zibar seems old and unable to control, John Stewart allows him to command him and his Justice League friends to fight the Triptych menace because of his legandary status amongst Green Lanterns. However it is soon apparent that Zibar is not the Green Lantern he used to be, and the Justice League must take control and defeat the alien menace before Zibar has the all killed. Zibar realizes he's past his prime and takes John's wise advice to use his great experience to teach other Green Lanterns.

  • Justice League Unlimited #7 (May)
    Adam Beechen, Ethen Beavers, Ethen Beavers
    Supergirl complains to Superman that the Kents (as her adopted parents) don't understand her. Soon after the two are doing battle with Parademons as Darkseid prepares to use an X-Element cannon to breach the Source Wall. Supergirl, witnessessing how Darkseid and Orion (while father and son) are at total odds against each other, gets angry and knocks Darkseid into his cannon, destroying the weapon and Darkseid's plans.

  • Justice League Unlimited #8 (June)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    Searching the JLA Watchtower, as he's accustomed to doing, The Question discovers a hidden bomb in the ventilation system. He tells nobody about it, because he trusts nobody, and goes about trying to work out who placed the bomb and how. When J'onn attempts to talk to him, The Question becomes suspicious and tries to escape from J'onn, thinking the Martian is the villain... J'onn soon convinces The Question that it is infact he who was being mind controlled to place the bomb, and the dilemma is soon resolved.

  • Justice League Unlimited #9 (July)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    Travelling back in time to the time of King Arthur, the Justice League meets with Merlin and discover that Morgaine Le Fey has created an army of Black Knights in an attempt to take over Camelot. New League member Vixen, specifically asked for by Merlin, isn't confident she'll be of much help, but when she realizes she can take the form of not just any animal, but that of a magic dragon, she comes to the League's rescue and foils Morgaine's plans, ridding Camelot of the Black Knights and Morgaine Le Fey.

  • Justice League Unlimited #10 (August)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    A small nuclear weapon is stolen by a crazy group of villains called the Madmen. The Justice League are clueless as to what the Madmen might do with it, so Batman employs the help of the Creeper. The unstable Creeper leads Batman to a past member of the Madmen, who ends up being the target the Madmen have in mind for the nuclear bomb. With seconds the spare, the Creeper deals with the Madmen while Batman takes care of the ticking bomb.

  • Justice League Unlimited #11 (September)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    Stargirl joins Superman, Wonder Woman, and Steel as they venture into Atlantis to celebrate their annual Coronation Day festival. However Arionite Cultists threaten Atlantis and the entire world when they release a Demon. Wonder Woman, Steel and Superman are no match for the magical beast, but Stargirl proves she's more than just a kid to Aquaman, when she absorbs the demon's powers and sends it back to its prison.

  • Justice League Unlimited #12 (October)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    Jay Garrick, the original Flash, visits an Elementary School, but one kid is unimpressed. Wally, the current Flash, is tricked by the Mirror Master into thinking his teammates have been imprisoned. Falling into the mirror trap, Wally is unable to vibrate out of the prison or telepathically contact J'onn. So he sends a distress signal through the Speed Force (where his powers are derived from). Jay Garrick gets the signal, finds that the JLA have been trapped within the teleportation system of the Watchtower, and located Wally. He defeats Mirror Master, releases Wally, who then helps him release the Justice League... and all end up back at the Elementary School, where the young skeptic is made into a fan of the original Flash.

  • Justice League Unlimited #13 (November)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    Steel studies Red Tornado's internal workings, marveling at the technology. Elsewhere someone initiates a program which overrides Red Tornado's control over his body. Red Tornado goes berserk, punching a hole in the Justice League satellite before heading for earth where he knocks down empty buildings and construction sites. The Justice League can't get close to the power of the air elemental, until Steel puts his life at risk by attempting a manual override. His success shuts down the override, and Red Tornado thanks his friend for saving him. Batman meanwhile visits Amanda Waller, knowing she was the villain who attempted to take over Red Tornado in an effort to turn public opinion against the Justice League. He leaves her with a stern warning.

  • Justice League Unlimited #14 (December)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Walden Wong
    Deadman asks the mystical members of the Justice League for help, as three demons, Abnegazar, Rath and Ghast have taken over Limbo, blocking all souls from passing through to either Heaven or Hell. The heroes go to Limbo, but when Etrigan apparently double-crosses them, it looks like all is lost... but he ends up saving the day after all, and Limbo is freed.


“Justice League Unlimited” 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. 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



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