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Issue #21 - Sanctuary
Release Date - Jul. 2, 2003
Written by John Ostrander; art by Min S. Ku and Rob Leigh; cover by Eric Wight


An escaped prisoner is being chased by the alien Dominators, and the Justice League is split down the middle whether to provide Sanctuary or give her over to this alien authority...on the other hand, she may have diabolical plans of her own for the League!

Issue #22 - Second Contact
Release Date - Aug. 6, 2003
Written by Stuart Moore; art by John Delaney and Robin Riggs; cover by Kelsey Shannon


A menace from Green Lantern's past returns! The first time Green Lantern fought the alien race called the Shayol, they killed three of his fellow GL Corps members. Now they've arrived on Earth, and GL must decide how to deal with them — before Hawkgirl takes matters into her own hands!

Issue #23 - Venomous Agenda
Release Date - Sep. 10, 2003
Written by Chris Sequeira; art by Min S. Ku and Rob Leigh; cover by Eric Wight


Kobra strikes reality television! After so many failed attempts to conquer the world, Kobra finds that his legion of believers is evaporating. In order to renew the faith of his followers, he comes up with his grandest scheme yet: to kill the Justice League live on TV!

Issue #24 - Alien Like Me
Release Date - Oct. 1, 2003
Written by Fabian Nicieza; art by Tim Levins and Robin Riggs; cover by Butch Lukic


Is it a rampaging super-villain? An alien threat? Or just a misguided little boy? Superman, Batman and J'onn J'Onzz have their own opinions, but will they learn the truth before it's too late? And if they save the boy, will they doom the planet?

Issue #25 - Strange Days (Part 1 of 2)
Release Date - Nov. 5, 2003
Written by Ken Rothstein; art and cover by Chris Jones and Dan Davis


The world's greatest super-heroes are mysteriously transported to the planet Rann to meet the strange adventurer Adam Strange!

Issue #26 - Strange Days (Part 2 of 2)
Release Date - Dec. 3, 2003
Written by Ken Rothstein; art and cover by Chris Jones and Dan Davis


The League's strangest adventure concludes as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and the Martian Manhunter join forces with outer-space hero Adam Strange to confront an enemy that promises to destroy everything Adam holds dear…including the planet Rann!

Issue #27 - Just Us
Release Date - Jan. 7, 2004
Written by Josh Siegel; art and cover by Chris Jones and Dan Davis


Hawkgirl and Green Lantern take a group of inexperienced teenage heroes under their wing. Do they have what it takes to save the world? Well…no. But when vicious aliens invade Earth — and the rest of the League is nowhere to be found — they won't have a choice!

Issue #28 - Future Imperfect
Release Date - Feb. 4, 2004
Written by Jason Hall; art by Min S. Ku and Ty Templeton; cover by Tom Feister


As society becomes more reliant on technology, the villainous Kilgre escapes into the future to wreak havoc! To catch him, the Justice League must team up with the Legion to put a stop to the rampage of this technological rogue.

Issue #29 - The Simultaneous Effect
Release Date - Mar. 3, 2004
Written by Matt Howarth; art by Aluir Amancio and Rob Leigh; cover by John Delaney and Leigh


Seattle and Tokyo are under siege by a mysterious menace! Buildings and people are physically merged together, simultaneously coexisting in the same space. When the mysterious menace threatens to spread his “simultaneous effect” across the globe, only the combined might of the Justice League can hope to stop things before it’s too late!

Issue #30 - This Better World
Release Date - Apr. 7, 2004
Written by Stuart Moore; art by Tim Levins and Robin Riggs; cover by Butch Lukic


It's action in the far future as the Flash — the Fastest Man Alive — battles alongside Kamandi, the last boy on Earth! But even if they can defeat an army of apes, Flash's biggest problem lies ahead. Can he get back to his own era in time to stop his Justice League teammates from dooming the world?

Issue #31 - Tomorrow
Release Date - May 7, 2004
Written by Josh Siegal; art and cover by Chris Jones and Dan Davis


A child's life is struck by tragedy, and the Justice League must help him face the future. When the heroes don't realize their actions may jeopardize the fate of the world, the only one who can stop them is The Phantom Stranger!

Issue #32 - You've Got Trouble
Release Date - Jun. 3, 2004
Written by Keith Giffen; art and cover by Dean Haspiel


With Flash and Manhunter the only JLA members on duty, they’re brought down by a mysterious technical menace called the Construct! His weapon of choice? The JLA Watchtower itself!


Issue #33 - Disappearing Act
Release Date - Jul. 8, 2004
Written by Matt Manning; art by Tim Levins and Robin Riggs; cover by Butch Lukic


A mysterious new danger strikes the Justice League, causing them to become as evil as the villains they’re chasing! Only Robin, the Boy Wonder can separate the good guys from the bad!


Issue #34 - Past Tense
Release Date - Aug. 4, 2004 (Final Issue, becomes Justice League Unlimited)
Written by Stuart Moore; Art by Tim Levins & Mick Gray; Cover by Butch Lukic


A bullet from the alley where Batman's parents died! A broken piece of baby Superman's rocketship! What secret villain is gathering up deadly relics from the past, and how does Wonder Woman fit into his plot to destroy the Justice League?


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