Why is Aquaman in here? Why?!?! He is the most useless "superhero" ever and his powers suck! - your kidding right?? He commands water, which makes up 70% of our planet, your ignorance astounds!

Why is Aquaman in here? Why?!?! He is the most useless "superhero" ever and his powers suck! - your kidding right?? He commands water, which makes up 70% of our planet, your ignorance astounds!

X-Men: Apocalypse  The X-Men stand tall in a new poster for the movie.

Two Members of DC's Cinematic Justice League Won't Get Origin Stories

Hey RIPT Tees and DC fans, this weeks graphic is all about the founding members of the Justice League of America. The Justice League originally featu

Hey RIPT Tees and DC fans, this weeks graphic is all about the founding members of the Justice League of America. The Justice League originally featu

Justice League Members. You may notice that I have a similar version of this picture posted. In the original I was bothered by the size of Superman's logo. So in this one I fixed it by making it a little larger.

Justice League Members. You may notice that I have a similar version of this picture posted. In the original I was bothered by the size of Superman's logo. So in this one I fixed it by making it a little larger.

female justice league members | The original 7 Justice League members unite in Nicholas Hyde’s new ...

female justice league members | The original 7 Justice League members unite in Nicholas Hyde’s new ...

The First Justice League: Members and Founders in the 1960s, and Their Original Origin Story

The First Justice League: Members and Founders in the 1960s, and Their Original Origin Story

""The Lightning Saga (Part IV of V) - Three Worlds"": Superman tells the assembled members of the Justice League and Justice Society about his experiences with the Legion of Super-Heroes. He knows the origin of the strange lightning rods they hav Superman tells the assembled members of the Justice League and Justice Society about his experiences with the Legion of Super-Heroes. He knows the origin of the strange lightning rods they have found, and tells them that they were once used to...

Justice Society of America Vol 3 6

""The Lightning Saga (Part IV of V) - Three Worlds"": Superman tells the assembled members of the Justice League and Justice Society about his experiences with the Legion of Super-Heroes. He knows the origin of the strange lightning rods they hav Superman tells the assembled members of the Justice League and Justice Society about his experiences with the Legion of Super-Heroes. He knows the origin of the strange lightning rods they have found, and tells them that they were once used to...

Zauriel of the Justice League of America.  Originally intended to be the new Hawkman.  IMO, one of the most original concepts to enter mainstream comics in a long time.

Zauriel of the Justice League of America. Originally intended to be the new Hawkman. IMO, one of the most original concepts to enter mainstream comics in a long time.

Martian Manhunter was a four-issue limited series published from May-August of 1988. Written by J.M. DeMatteis with illustrations by Mark Badger, the series re-evaluated the origin of the Martian Manhunter and introduced the character of H'ronmeer, the Martian death god. The series also featured guest appearances by members of Justice League International.

Martian Manhunter Vol 1 1

Martian Manhunter was a four-issue limited series published from May-August of 1988. Written by J.M. DeMatteis with illustrations by Mark Badger, the series re-evaluated the origin of the Martian Manhunter and introduced the character of H'ronmeer, the Martian death god. The series also featured guest appearances by members of Justice League International.

Pulling up a JLA case file on the computer, he recounts to Oberon a time where the original Justice League of America and the Justice Society of America fought against the Crime Syndicate, a group of Qwardians who mimicked the looks and powers of five Leaguers. Oberon asks what the connection is, and Hal reveals that the Conglomerate members share certain features with the Qwardian Syndicate, such as pink skin and larger eyes.

Pulling up a JLA case file on the computer, he recounts to Oberon a time where the original Justice League of America and the Justice Society of America fought against the Crime Syndicate, a group of Qwardians who mimicked the looks and powers of five Leaguers. Oberon asks what the connection is, and Hal reveals that the Conglomerate members share certain features with the Qwardian Syndicate, such as pink skin and larger eyes.

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