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'Justice League: The One Man Justice League'
• Written by Dalmatian Press Staff, Brian Augustyn, Craig Rousseau (Illustrator), Andy Mangrum (Illustrator)
• Paperback: 24 pages
• Publisher: Dalmatian Press; (April 2003)

'Justice League: The Swarm'
• Written by Dalmatian Press
• Paperback: 24 pages
• Publisher: Dalmatian Press; (April, 2003)

'Justice League: Mirror Mirror'
• Written by Dalmatian Press
• Paperback: 24 pages
• Publisher: Dalmatian Press; (June 2003)

'Justice League: Sticker Story Book to Color with Giant Stickers: One-Way Ticket to Wonderworld'
• Written by Dalmatian Press
• Paperback: 16 pages
• Publisher: Dalmatian Press; (April, 2003)

How to Draw: Justice League
• Reading level: Ages 9-12
• Paperback: 32 pages
• Publisher: Scholastic (February 1, 2004)

The Justice League. Seven of the world's greatest superheroes united in the fight for truth, justice, and freedom. Superman. Batman. Wonder Woman. Green Lantern. The Flash. Martian Manhunter. Hawkgirl. Together they are Earth's first, last, and best line of defense when danger threatens.

Now you can learn how to draw these superheroes and create your own exciting stories. Everything you need to know is in this book. Are you ready to join the Justice League? Then this is the book for you.

'Justice League: Big Best Book to Color: Truth, Justice and Freedom'
• Written by Dalmatian Press
• Paperback: 96 pages
• Publisher: Dalmatian Press; (April, 2003)

Justice League: Mad Libs
• Publisher: Price Stern Sloan
• Children's 9-12
• Publication Date: April 2004
• Pages: 48

The world's greatest team of super heroes can be found in Justice League Mad Libs! Featuring all your favorites--Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, and Hawkgirl. Justice League Mad Libs is sure to excite, entertain and bring you where these super heroes have yet to go! With the hit cartoon airing weekday afternoons on the Cartoon Network, and new episodes launching this spring, Mad Libs and the Justice League are a perfect match!

Justice League: The Animated Series Guide
• Written by Jason Hall
• Reading level: Ages 9-12
• Hardcover: 48 pages
• DK Publishing Inc (September 20, 2004)

With insights into a timeless cast of characters-including superheroes such as Superman and Wonder Woman and villains such as Solomon Grundy and The Shade - Justice League: The Animated Series Guide is a super-cool resource for fans of the popular series.

Bantam Justice League Series

'Justice League: Secret Origins' (Book I)
• Written by Michael Teitelbaum
• Paperback: 176 pages
• Publisher: Bantam Books; (August 6, 2002)
• Other Versions: Audio CD (Abridged)

They are the world's greatest super heroes, fighting endlessly to defend Earth. But some threats are too big for just one hero. When an alien invasion threatens our planet, they must join together as the Justice League. But can they fend off the unstoppable invading armada in time?

'Justice League: In Blackest Night' (Book II)
• Written by Michael Jan Friedman
• Paperback: 144 pages
• Publisher: Bantam Books; (August 6, 2002)
• Other Versions: Audio CD (Abridged)

In the middle of a battle pitting the Justice League against a solar-powered computer with a will of its own, Green Lantern blacks out. When he wakes up, he has the strangest feeling. Was he fighting evil in his unconsciousness or did something more sinister occur? An original story based on Cartoon Network's newest hit series.

'Justice League: Wings of War' (Book III)
• Written by Michael Jan Friedman
• Paperback: 128 pages
• Publisher: Random House Children's Books; (November 12, 2002)
• Other Versions: Audio CD (Abridged)

Batman prefers to work alone–but the Justice League needs him to be a team player if they’re going to keep the World Assembly meeting peaceful. With tensions simmering between two European countries, Batman follows his own instincts instead of working with the group. Hawkgirl demands to go with him, determined to help. But with two clashing styles of fighting, they’re going to have to learn to deal with each other before they can save the world. And that might take more time than the World Assembly can spare.

'Justice League: The Gauntlant' (Book IV)
• Written by Louise Simonson
• Paperback: 144 pages
• Publisher: Bantam Books; (August 6, 2002)
• Other Versions: Audio CD (Abridged)

The arch-villain Darkseid has captured Wonder Woman and locked her up in a filthy dungeon on the planet Apokolips. He hopes to break her will and use her against Superman and the Justice League. Robbed of her armor and her magic lasso, it takes all of Diana’s power to resist her captor, knowing she must escape soon or betray her friends. As she musters her strength to break free, Wonder Woman must prove to herself that she is a super hero with or without her magical weapons–or die trying.

'Justice League: Red Justice' (Book V)
• Written by Michael Teitelbaum
• Paperback: 176 pages
• Publisher: Random House Children's Books; (March 2003)
• Other Versions: Audio CD (Abridged)

The Justice League has been called to the Ural Mountains in Russia where a decaying nuclear reactor threatens to melt down. The heroes are able to shut down the reactor, but in doing so they also cut off the power to a long-forgotten cryogenic lab hidden deep under the mountains. A group of genetically engineered meta-humans frozen in the lab are revived. Code-named Red Dawn, they are endowed with powers that rival and mirror those of the Justice League. The Justice League has finally met its match–unless the Flash can save them in time.

'Justice League: Wild at Heart' (Book VI)
• Written by Louise Simonson
• Paperback: 160 pages
• Publisher: Bantam Books; (March 2003)
• Other Versions: Audio CD (Abridged)

The only way Mongul can regain the crown of War World is to fight Superman again–and win. So he dispatches the bounty hunter Lobo to Earth to bring the Man of Steel back. Lobo finds Superman, and after they’ve fought to a stand-off, he holds up a remote control and tells Superman that he’s hidden a thermonuclear device somewhere on Earth. Unless Superman goes with him, the planet will be dust. Superman surrenders and accompanies Lobo on an interstellar law-breaking spree, to the confusion of the rest of the Justice League. But Superman has a plan. Superman always has a plan.

'Justice League: A League of His Own' (Book VII)
• Written by Michael Teitelbaum, Jan Friedman
• Paperback: 128 pages
• Publisher: Random House Children's Books; (November 11th, 2003)
• Other Versions: N/A

'Justice League: Golden Opportunity' (Book VIII)
• Written by Michael Teitelbaum
• Paperback: 128 pages
• Publisher: Bantam Books; (September 9th, 2003)
• Other Versions: N/A

'Justice League: Speed Trap' (Book IX)
• Written by Michael Teitelbaum, Brian Augustyn (Illustrator)
• Paperback: 128 pages
• Publisher: Random House Children's Books; (November 11th, 2003)
• Other Versions: N/A

'Justice League: No Man is an Island' (Book X)
• Written by Alan Grant
• Paperback: 128 pages
• Publisher: Bantam Books; (August 2003)
• Other Versions: N/A

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