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Issue #01 - Divide and Conquer
Release Date - Sep. 1, 2004 (First Issue)
Written by Adam Beechen; Art by Carlo Barberi & Eddie Wagner; Cover by Ben Caldwell


JLU features the world’s most powerful heroes from all corners of the DCU. Each issue features familiar JLA members such as Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman alongside new allies such as Black Canary, The Question, Booster Gold, Green Arrow and even Shining Knight!

In the pulse-pounding premiere, the League bands together, only to witness its most powerful members calling it quits! What enigmatic foe is responsible for Superman, Wonder Woman and Captain Atom throwing in the towel? Can Zatanna, Batman and The Flash pull it together before it's too late?
 
Issue #02 - Poker Face
Release Date - Oct. 6, 2004
Written by Adam Beechen, Art by Ethen Beavers; Cover by Ben Caldwell


The action-packed new series continues with a story guest-starring Booster Gold and Steel! The League battles the Royal Flush Gang in Las Vegas, and Booster learns why the team pays Superman so much respect.



 
Issue #03 - Small Time
Release Date - Nov. 3, 2004
Written by Adam Beechen; Art by Carlo Barberi & Walden Wong; Cover by Ben Caldwell


The action-packed new series continues! The Atom learns of an alien invasion whose entrance to our dimension is in the League’s Watchtower! Can the mighty mite get a "little" help from his super friends Wonder Woman, Ice and Firestorm?

Escape from the Slab
Written by Steve "Little Caesar" Vance; Art by "Machine Gun" John Delaney; Inks by Ron "Big Boy" Boyd; Colors by Bob "de Painter" LeRose; Letters by "Knuckles" Gaspar

Rolling in the River
Written by Steve Vance; Art by John Delaney; Inks by Ron Boyd; Letters by Tim Harkins; Colors by Bob LeRose

Note: This issue contained the main story ("Small Time") and two back-ups. One ("Escape from the Slab") features Mr. Miracle and the other ("Rolling in the River") features Power Girl. They were both originally printed in the short-lived Adventures in the DC Universe series.
 
Issue #04 - Local Hero
Release Date - Dec. 1, 2004
Written by Adam Beechen; Art by Carlo Barberi & Walden Wong; Cover by Ben Caldwell


When a young boy on the planet Rann wonders why his world doesn’t have its own heroes, Adam Strange must show him what it means to be a hero!



 
Issue #05 - Monitor Duty
Release Date - Jan. 5, 2005
Written by Adam Beechen; Art by Carlo Barberi & Walden Wong; Cover by Ben Caldwell


Blue Beetle is all ready to enjoy a relaxing night of monitor duty at the Watchtower, but when chaos erupts across the globe, he realizes he’s the only team member on call. Yikes!



 
Issue #06 - In The Dimming Light
Release Date - Feb. 2, 2005
Written by Adam Beechen; Art by Carlo Barberi & Walden Wong; Cover by Ben Caldwell


John Stewart and Green Arrow encounter an old member of the Green Lantern Corps as they fight a trio of alien invaders. Will this elderly Lantern be able to help them defeat their foes, or is he too out of touch with reality?



 
Issue #07 - Orphans
Release Date - Mar. 2, 2005
Written by Adam Beechen; Art by Ethen Beavers; Cover by Ben Caldwell


A thrilling new story reflecting the hit Cartoon Network show! The Justice League is assembled to help Orion and the New Gods stop Darkseid from unleashing his new weapon: the X-Cannon, which is powerful enough to destroy the Source Wall and give Darkseid access to the one thing he wants above all else: the Anti-Life Equation!


 
Issue #08 - The Island 
Release Date - Apr. 6, 2005
Written by Adam Beechen; Art and cover by Carlo Barberi & Walden Wong


The Question’s convinced there’s a mind-controlled traitor in the Justice League and sets out to investigate. Of course, no one on the team takes him seriously. Can he get to the bottom of the mystery before the League’s secrets are compromised?


 
Issue #09 - Castle Perilous 
Release Date - May 4, 2005
Written by Adam Beechen; Art by Carlo Barberi and Walden Wong; Cover by Ben Caldwell


The League travels back in time to Camelot, to help Shining Knight defend his kingdom against the schemes of Morgan Le Fey and her army of black knights. And what role does Vixen play in all of this?



 
Issue #10 - Madness...Madness...They Call It Madness! 
Release Date - Jun. 1, 2005
Written by Adam Beechen; Art by Carlo Barberi and Walden Wong; Cover by Ben Caldwell


When the unpredictable Madmen steal a nuclear weapon, the League is helpless. It could be anywhere, used for any purpose. To get it back, the team must turn to someone whose thinking is as off-kilter as its foes. Enter the Creeper!



 
Issue #11 - Postcard From the Edge 
Release Date - Jul. 7, 2005
Written by Adam Beechen; art by Carlo Barberi & Walden Wong; cover by Ben Caldwell


The Justice League pays a visit to Aquaman in Atlantis, but their trip is interrupted as a seaquake awakens an ancient evil! And the League's only hope comes from a most unexpected team member: Stargirl!



 
Issue #12 - Old School
Release Date - Aug. 3, 2005
Written by Adam Beechen; art by Carlo Barberi & Walden Wong; cover by Ben Caldwell


When Mirror Master traps the Flash and sets his sights on the rest of the Justice League, it's up to Jay Garrick — the original Flash — to save the day!



 
Issue #13 - Nuts and Bolts 
Release Date - Sep. 8, 2005
Written by Adam Beechen; Art by Carlo Barberi and Walden Wong; Cover by Ben Caldwell


Red Tornado on a rampage! What has caused the League's android to trash the Watchtower? And can the rest of the Justice League stop him before he heads to Earth to do even more damage?



 
Issue #14 - Everybody Limbo
Release Date - Oct. 5, 2005
Written by Adam Beechen; Art by Carlo Barberi and Walden Wong; Cover by Ben Caldwell


When demons seize control of Limbo, Deadman recruits the mystical members of the Justice League to save the hereafter!



 
Issue #15 - Urban Legend
Release Date - Nov. 2, 2005
Written by Adam Beechen; Art by Carlo Barberi and Walden Wong; Cover by Ben Caldwell


When gang members get hold of high-tech weapons, the Justice League is called in. But when one of those weapons is the atomic-powered Mr. Atom, it might not be that easy for the League to save the day!



 
Issue #16 - Smashing Through the Snow!
Release Date - Dec. 7, 2005
Written by Adam Beechen; Art by Carlo Barberi and Walden Wong; Cover by Ben Caldwell


It's Christmas with the Justice League! Supergirl, Atom Smasher and some of the team's younger members have monitor duty over the holiday, but their night might not be so silent when Girder breaks out of Iron Heights Penitentiary!



 
Issue #17 - Let Freedom Ring
Release Date - Jan. 4, 2006
Written by Adam Beechen; Art by Carlo Barberi; Cover by Barberi


The Justice League versus the Freedom Fighters! When the League becomes a threat to public safety, the U.S. government calls in America's real heroes to take them down.



 
Issue #18 - Fare 48
Release Date - Feb. 1, 2006
Written by Adam Beechen; Art and cover by Ethen Beavers


In the deep reaches of outer space, Superman lies injured and powerless on a remote planet under a red sun. And the only one who can save the Man of Steel is…Space Cabby?


 
Issue #19 - The Justice Rangers Ride Again!
Release Date - Mar. 1, 2006
Written by Adam Beechen; Art by Gordon Purcell and Bob Petrecca; Cover by Ty Templeton


Wonder Woman, Elongated Man and Vigilante track a sinister time traveller back to the Old West. But it's going to take the help of Jonah Hex, Bat Lash and El Diablo for them to stand a chance against the Time Commander! Guns are a 'blazin' in "The Justice Rangers Ride Again!"


 
Issue #20 - Just Us Girls
Release Date - Apr. 5, 2006
Written by Paul Storrie; Art by Rick Burchett; Cover by Ty Templeton


Mary Marvel is feeling a little overwhelmed at the Justice League Watchtower, so Supergirl decides to take her out to watch an actual League mission. But when that mission goes bad, and Wonder Woman’s strike team finds itself on the verge of defeat, does Mary have what it takes to step up and save the day?

 
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