||Issue #01 - Disarmed
Cover Date - January 2002 - Series Premiere
Written by Ty Templeton; art by Min S. Ku, Dan Davis, cover by Bruce
Timm, Alex Ross
When a meteor lands in an American suburb, the League is called on to
investigate. Soon they are drawn into an intergalactic conflict, but it
seems as if the real threat may be one of their own...Green Lantern!
||Issue #02 - More Human Than Human
Cover Date - February 2002
Written by Paul Storrie; art by Craig Rousseau, Wayne Faucher, cover by
The Justice League must find a way to defeat a strange magical cult that
is targeting the treasures of museums around the world. To succeed, the
League needs the Martian Manhunter, but is he too torn by his feelings
of alienation from his new teammates to help?
||Issue #03 - The Lost Star
Cover Date - March 2002
Written by Fabian Nicieza; art by John Delaney, Randy Elliot, cover by
John Delaney, Randy Elliot and John Kalisz
The Justice League saves four space travelers from an unknown planet
named...Daxam! Are these weary refugees exiled freedom fighters or
escaped convicts? And what happens when they discover the gift of...a
yellow sun? Has the League found brand new friends, or brand new foes?
||Issue #04 - World War of The Sexes
Cover Date - April 2002
Written by Dan Slott; art by Min S. Ku, Rob Leigh, cover by Min S. Ku,
Rob Leigh and John Kalisz
The Justice League must find out why Wonder Woman's Amazon sisters have
turned against the world...starting with all the men! Can the League
stop the female warriors before they conquer the planet?
||Issue #05 - The Star Conquerer
Cover Date - May 2002
Written by Todd Seavey; art by Chris Jones, Al Nickerson, cover by John
Delaney and Rob Leigh
It's "Starro Wars" when a giant starfish-shaped conqueror from space
uses mind-control to defeat the newly formed League. The World's
Greatest Super-Heroes are left helpless and must turn to a mysterious
old member of the Green Lantern Corps for help. But what help is there
against a single enemy that can break off into thousands?
||Issue #06 - Wolf's Clothing
Cover Date - June 2002
Written by Dan Slott; art by Min S. Ku, Dan Davis, cover by Min S. Ku
and John Kalisz
Chronos, the Time Thief, has captured the members of the Justice League
and is auctioning them off to the highest villainous bidder! Can the
Justice League find a way out before they're going, going, gone?
||Issue #07 - Flash Fax
Cover Date - July 2002
Written by Len Kaminski; art by Joe Staton, Rick Burchett, cover by
Meet the Fastest Fax Alive as the League's speediest member tries to
save time by traveling through the telephone lines -- and accidentally
dials a fax machine by mistake! But being flat as a pancake isn't all
it's cracked up to be, and when the fun of slipping under doorways wears
off, the Flash thinks his career is over...until the Earth is invaded by
amazingly thin creatures from the Second Dimension!
||Issue #08 - New Moon
Cover Date -August 2002
Written by Mike W. Barr; art by Min S. Ku, Rob Leigh, cover by Min S. Ku
and Rob Leigh
When the League learns that there's a giant creature using the moon as a
giant monster incubator, they do everything in their power to keep
things stable. But as the gargantuan beast starts to hatch, the very
Earth itself is threatened with certain doom! And when a stormy old foe
uses the opportunity to create chaos, the Justice League finds
themselves buffeted by the howling winds of fate!
||Issue #09 - Stepping Out
Cover Date - September 2002
Written by Matt Howarth; art by David Lopez, cover by Butch Lukic
When evil strikes, it's never convenient -- and the Flash somehow must
help the Justice League save the world without raising the ire of his
||Issue #10 - Must There Be A Martian Manhunter?
Cover Date - October 2002
Written by Josh Siegal; art by Chris Jones, Christian Alamy, cover by
Superman is taken down in battle and the Martian Manhunter must replace
him as a hero to millions. But does the shy, reserved alien have what it
takes to inspire all of humanity?
||Issue #11 - The Moment
Cover Date - November 2002
Written by Dan Slott; art by Min S. Ku, Dan Davis, cover by John Delaney
and Rick Burchett
Returning from an adventure in the far future, the Flash and special
guest-star, the Atom, discover that the villainous Chronos is tampering
with history. But when the two heroes notice that Chronos is trying to
undo a terrible tragedy, will they stop him or help him?
||Issue #12 - Cold War
Cover Date - December 2002
Written by Chris Sequeira; art by Min S. Ku and Mark Propst; cover by
John Delaney and Paul Neary
You'll want to grab a sweater and light a fire as Mr. Freeze, Captain
Cold, Killer Frost and a chilling cabal of icy super-villains attempt a
hostile takeover of a small African nation. Can the League stop them in
time or will they be the first victims of the "Cold War?"
||Issue #13 - Local Hero
Cover Date - January 2003
Written by Dan Slott; art by Min S. Ku and Mark Propst; cover by Butch
Introducing the character find of the year...All-Star! This normal girl
from the suburbs may just have exactly what it takes to become the
Justice League's newest member...or it's first casualty.
||Issue #14 - Angry Tide
Cover Date - February 2003
Written by Matt Manning; art by John Delaney and John K. Snyder III;
cover by Butch Lukic
Aquaman, angered with the pollution that Gotham City has dumped into his
seas, declares war. Now, the Justice League do battle with Aquaman, once
an uneasy ally with the League.
||Issue #15 - Enslaved
Cover Date - March 2003
Written by Todd Seavey; art by Aluir Amancio and Rob Leigh; cover by
Still reeling from his last defeat at the hands of the League, space
pirate Kanjar-Ro returns to collect some of the deadliest weapons in the
galaxy…weapons he's used to turn the World's Greatest Super-Heroes into
the world's most powerful slaves!
||Issue #16 - Hide N' Seek
Cover Date - April 2003
Written by Scott McCloud; art by John Delaney and John K. Snyder III;
cover by Butch Lukic
There's a traitor within the Justice League, and only the most alienated
member — Martian Manhunter — can put the clues together before the
betrayal leads to the end of the League…and perhaps the Earth.
||Issue #17 - The Weapons of Man
Cover Date - May 2003
Written by Kevin Hopps; art by Min S. Ku and Christian Alamy; cover by
Aresia has turned the World's Greatest Super-Heroes into the World's
Greatest Weapons! Wonder Woman and Hawkgirl and Jesse Quick must devise
a way to defeat Aresia and the men of the Justice League.
||Issue #18 - Evano The Terrible
Cover Date - June 2003
Written by Stan Berkowitz; art by Chris Jones and Dan Davis; cover by
An alien race has established a beachhead on Earth in a most unexpected
place and it's up to the miniscule Justice League ally, the Atom, to
stop the invading force from taking down the League’s most powerful
||Issue #19 - What's in a Hero
Cover Date - July 2003
Written by Michael Bernard; art by John Delaney and Rick Burchett; cover
by Tim Levins and Burchett
Green Lantern grants a child the power of the most dangerous weapon in
the universe to show what it takes to be a hero.
||Issue #20 - Emotional Baggage
Cover Date - August 2003
Written by Jason Hall; art by Rick Burchett and John K. Snyder III;
cover by Butch Lukic
As the Psycho-Pirates strike, the League must go head to head with a
villain who can control their very emotions. This causes to League to
deal with the tension that has been building since their formation.