Justice League Unlimited Comics Index

2007

  • Justice League Unlimited #27 (January)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Bob Petrecca
    Black Lightning, in his secret identity as a teacher, tells one of his students to never give up, but to use the talents he has to find a way to succeed. Later, in a fight against the Parasite, and with the other members of the Justice League down and out, Black Lightning uses his non-superpowered talents to save the day.

  • Justice League Unlimited #28 (February)
    Mike McAvennie, Sanford Green, Nathan Massengill
    It's Christmas time on the Watchtower, but all is not festive. Clayface is decorating Gotham with his victims, and the Flash and Batman seem ready to hang one another over a fire. Can the intervention of the Phantom Stranger and a visit to Christmas past raise everyone's holiday spirits?

  • Justice League Unlimited #29 (March)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Tom Fowler
    B'Wana Beast is getting on everyone's nerves, especially Superman's, because he acts all egotistical and doesn't work as a team member. Animal Man is asked to try and get through to B'Wana Beast, much to his chagrin. When Queen Bee attacks, B'Wana Beast finally works to help his fellow Justice League members, but he just won't admit to it.

  • Justice League Unlimited #30 (April)
    Mike Baron, Carlo Barberi, Bob Petrecca
    With nobody else on the Watchtower but Speedy and Booster Gold, Polaris comes aboard looking to steal a super dense cube held onboard the Watchtower. The two third-tier heroes make some odd choices on how to take down the villain, but come out winners at the end.

  • Justice League Unlimited #31 (May)
    Adam Beechen, Dave Santana, Dave Santana
    Metamorpho thinks he can do everything on his own. He starts to anger many of the Justice League by continually taking on situations as a one-man Justice League. But when he attempts to take on Matter Master on his own, he soon realizes that working as a team with his fellow heroes makes them all stronger and more efficient.

  • Justice League Unlimited #32 (June)
    Stephan Nilson, Dave Santana, Dave Santana
    While on a space mission, Superman, Stargirl and Guy Gardner are sucked into a black hole, transporting them to Apokolips. Already unhappy with Gardner's attitude, Superman is none-too pleased when Gardner goes off on his own to confront Darkseid. But Gardner's brash actions actually help distract Darkseid, whose latest plans to destroy the universe are thwarted when Superman and Stargirl are joined by members of the New Gods to stop Darkseid.

  • Justice League Unlimited #33 (July)
    Jason Hall, Carlo Barberi, Bob Petrecca
    Star Girl and Crimson Avenger just can't see eye to eye because of their age difference... but when a spell by Morgan Le Fey has them transfered into each other's body for a week, unable to tell anyone, they both realize that they have a lot to learn from each other's perpectives, and combine their special abilities to defeat Le Fey's plan involving the London Stone.

  • Justice League Unlimited #34 (August)
    James Peaty, Gordon Purcell, Bob Petrecca
    With the Phantom Zone leaking into this reality, Superman goes into the Phantom Zone alone to confront General Zod and his minions... but with no yellow sun to give him strength, Superman is at Zod's mercy, when he finds that he and the other villains have been given powers by Mxyzptlk. J'onn, Booster Gold, Hawkgirl, and Green Lantern arrive in the Phantom Zone, but are soon over-powered. But with Atom along for the ride, with a piece of Kryptonite, the Kryptonian villains are soon rendered weak, and the heroes escape back to Earth. Superman confronts Mxyzptlk, who is tricked into being teleported in to the Phantom Zone, where Zod is waiting for him... The JLU celebrate with a Welcome Back party for Superman.

  • Justice League Unlimited #35 (September)
    Matteo Casali, Scott Cohn, Al Nickerson
    Natasha gets the "you're too young" talk from her uncle John Henry Irons (aka Steel), before he rushes off to help the Justice League fight the Millennium Giants who have risen from the earth. When a third giant rises in Egypt, Natasha goes off to fight it alone, but the giants are too much for Natasha and the League. As they discuss what to do next, Natasha realizes what the Giants are all about, and together with Steel and the other heroes, she enhances the technology in her hammer, and cleanses the ley lines ahead of the Giants, which puts them back in slumber, saving the world from their brutal cleansing.

  • Justice League Unlimited #36 (October)
    Simon Spurrier, Min S. Ku, Jeff Albrecht
    The Question uncovers a Durlan pretending to be a U.S. Senator. He knows there other seven other Derlans that need to be stopped. The Justice League tell him to take a break and they'll take care of the Durlans, but the Question continues on behind their backs. He follows a series of bizarre clues that appear to have been set up by the Justice League... but the Question has known all along that the seven Durlans were actually pretending to be the Justice League, and has freed the real Justice League who capture the Durlans.

  • Justice League Unlimited #37 (November)
    Matt Wayne, Min S. Ku, Jeff Albrecht
    When the Spectre goes crazy at Blackgate Prison, Superman, J'onn and Wonder Woman try to stop him, but are easily beaten. Jim Corrigon alerts Batman and Hawkgirl that the Spectre is unhampered by a human soul, and Deadman steps in with Rama Kushna's aid to step into the Spectre's body and fix the situation, allowing Corrigan to step back in as the Spectre's persona.

  • Justice League Unlimited #38 (December)
    Matt Wayne, Darid Brizuela, Darid Brizuela
    Giganta has a crush on the Flash, and the only way she can think of getting his attention is by committing crimes. When he finally notices her, Flash mistakenly thinks she wants to become one of the good guys, while falling for a local news reporter. Giganta gets jealous and tries to alter the situation. Wonder Woman steps in, and Flash uses her rope to tie up Giganta, sending her back to Gorilla City.

Justice League Unlimited Comics Index

2007

  • Justice League Unlimited #27 (January)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Bob Petrecca
    Black Lightning, in his secret identity as a teacher, tells one of his students to never give up, but to use the talents he has to find a way to succeed. Later, in a fight against the Parasite, and with the other members of the Justice League down and out, Black Lightning uses his non-superpowered talents to save the day.

  • Justice League Unlimited #28 (February)
    Mike McAvennie, Sanford Green, Nathan Massengill
    It's Christmas time on the Watchtower, but all is not festive. Clayface is decorating Gotham with his victims, and the Flash and Batman seem ready to hang one another over a fire. Can the intervention of the Phantom Stranger and a visit to Christmas past raise everyone's holiday spirits?

  • Justice League Unlimited #29 (March)
    Adam Beechen, Carlo Barberi, Tom Fowler
    B'Wana Beast is getting on everyone's nerves, especially Superman's, because he acts all egotistical and doesn't work as a team member. Animal Man is asked to try and get through to B'Wana Beast, much to his chagrin. When Queen Bee attacks, B'Wana Beast finally works to help his fellow Justice League members, but he just won't admit to it.

  • Justice League Unlimited #30 (April)
    Mike Baron, Carlo Barberi, Bob Petrecca
    With nobody else on the Watchtower but Speedy and Booster Gold, Polaris comes aboard looking to steal a super dense cube held onboard the Watchtower. The two third-tier heroes make some odd choices on how to take down the villain, but come out winners at the end.

  • Justice League Unlimited #31 (May)
    Adam Beechen, Dave Santana, Dave Santana
    Metamorpho thinks he can do everything on his own. He starts to anger many of the Justice League by continually taking on situations as a one-man Justice League. But when he attempts to take on Matter Master on his own, he soon realizes that working as a team with his fellow heroes makes them all stronger and more efficient.

  • Justice League Unlimited #32 (June)
    Stephan Nilson, Dave Santana, Dave Santana
    While on a space mission, Superman, Stargirl and Guy Gardner are sucked into a black hole, transporting them to Apokolips. Already unhappy with Gardner's attitude, Superman is none-too pleased when Gardner goes off on his own to confront Darkseid. But Gardner's brash actions actually help distract Darkseid, whose latest plans to destroy the universe are thwarted when Superman and Stargirl are joined by members of the New Gods to stop Darkseid.

  • Justice League Unlimited #33 (July)
    Jason Hall, Carlo Barberi, Bob Petrecca
    Star Girl and Crimson Avenger just can't see eye to eye because of their age difference... but when a spell by Morgan Le Fey has them transfered into each other's body for a week, unable to tell anyone, they both realize that they have a lot to learn from each other's perpectives, and combine their special abilities to defeat Le Fey's plan involving the London Stone.

  • Justice League Unlimited #34 (August)
    James Peaty, Gordon Purcell, Bob Petrecca
    With the Phantom Zone leaking into this reality, Superman goes into the Phantom Zone alone to confront General Zod and his minions... but with no yellow sun to give him strength, Superman is at Zod's mercy, when he finds that he and the other villains have been given powers by Mxyzptlk. J'onn, Booster Gold, Hawkgirl, and Green Lantern arrive in the Phantom Zone, but are soon over-powered. But with Atom along for the ride, with a piece of Kryptonite, the Kryptonian villains are soon rendered weak, and the heroes escape back to Earth. Superman confronts Mxyzptlk, who is tricked into being teleported in to the Phantom Zone, where Zod is waiting for him... The JLU celebrate with a Welcome Back party for Superman.

  • Justice League Unlimited #35 (September)
    Matteo Casali, Scott Cohn, Al Nickerson
    Natasha gets the "you're too young" talk from her uncle John Henry Irons (aka Steel), before he rushes off to help the Justice League fight the Millennium Giants who have risen from the earth. When a third giant rises in Egypt, Natasha goes off to fight it alone, but the giants are too much for Natasha and the League. As they discuss what to do next, Natasha realizes what the Giants are all about, and together with Steel and the other heroes, she enhances the technology in her hammer, and cleanses the ley lines ahead of the Giants, which puts them back in slumber, saving the world from their brutal cleansing.

  • Justice League Unlimited #36 (October)
    Simon Spurrier, Min S. Ku, Jeff Albrecht
    The Question uncovers a Durlan pretending to be a U.S. Senator. He knows there other seven other Derlans that need to be stopped. The Justice League tell him to take a break and they'll take care of the Durlans, but the Question continues on behind their backs. He follows a series of bizarre clues that appear to have been set up by the Justice League... but the Question has known all along that the seven Durlans were actually pretending to be the Justice League, and has freed the real Justice League who capture the Durlans.

  • Justice League Unlimited #37 (November)
    Matt Wayne, Min S. Ku, Jeff Albrecht
    When the Spectre goes crazy at Blackgate Prison, Superman, J'onn and Wonder Woman try to stop him, but are easily beaten. Jim Corrigon alerts Batman and Hawkgirl that the Spectre is unhampered by a human soul, and Deadman steps in with Rama Kushna's aid to step into the Spectre's body and fix the situation, allowing Corrigan to step back in as the Spectre's persona.

  • Justice League Unlimited #38 (December)
    Matt Wayne, Darid Brizuela, Darid Brizuela
    Giganta has a crush on the Flash, and the only way she can think of getting his attention is by committing crimes. When he finally notices her, Flash mistakenly thinks she wants to become one of the good guys, while falling for a local news reporter. Giganta gets jealous and tries to alter the situation. Wonder Woman steps in, and Flash uses her rope to tie up Giganta, sending her back to Gorilla City.


“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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