DC Retroactive: Justice League of America (2011)
DC Retroactive: Justice League of America was published as three different one-shots, each spotlighting Justice League of America in an original story by the legendary writers and artists who helped mold the character from a certain decade. Each issue also reprinted a classic tale from that same era.
Writer Cary Bates reveals the untold story of how super villain Kanjar Ro nearly destroyed life as we know it when he set out to conquer Earth – Earth- Prime, that is. It's up to the Justice League, Adam Strange and a very special DC legend to save the 1970s!
Plus: Following the 26-page lead story is a classic tale originally published in the '70s, also written by Cary Bates!Between their traditional Silver Age incarnation and the tongue-in-cheek Giffen/DeMatteis run, there was…JLA Detroit! Series scribe Gerry Conway revisits what may have been the most controversial lineup of DC's iconic team book ever. (Who can forget the breakdancing Vibe?) Then experience a classic tale reprinted from the '80s!
It's time to "Bwah Ha Ha" all over again as this classic JLA team tells a lost tale from one of the JLA's most popular eras. The Injustice Gang is back! Not the truly menacing, more recent incarnation, but their not-so competent predecessors. Still, when they stumble upon a device they should never be allowed to have, the results might prove more disastrous than if they actually knew what they were doing! A previously released story from the era rounds out the issue.
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