Complete Run Justice League of America #1-#100 Collection (1960, DC) Free Ship

Complete Run Justice League of America #1-#100 Collection (1960, DC) Free Ship
Complete Run Justice League of America #1-#100 Collection (1960, DC) Free Ship
Complete Run Justice League of America #1-#100 Collection (1960, DC) Free Ship
Complete Run Justice League of America #1-#100 Collection (1960, DC) Free Ship
Complete Run Justice League of America #1-#100 Collection (1960, DC) Free Ship
Complete Run Justice League of America #1-#100 Collection (1960, DC) Free Ship
Complete Run Justice League of America #1-#100 Collection (1960, DC) Free Ship
Complete Run Justice League of America #1-#100 Collection (1960, DC) Free Ship
Complete Run Justice League of America #1-#100 Collection (1960, DC) Free Ship
Complete Run Justice League of America #1-#100 Collection (1960, DC) Free Ship
Complete Run Justice League of America #1-#100 Collection (1960, DC) Free Ship
Complete Run Justice League of America #1-#100 Collection (1960, DC) Free Ship

Complete Run Justice League of America #1-#100 Collection (1960, DC) Free Ship

Complete Run of Justice League of America Comics from Issues #1 - - #100. Read entire description for condition of the comics. All included Issues in this group.

Justice League of America #1 (DC, 1960) CGC FN- Origin and first appearance of Despero as he faces off against the classic charter line-up of Aquaman, Batman, Flash, Green Lantern, the Martian Manhunter, Superman, and Wonder Woman. The cover is by Murphy Anderson, while the interior art is by Mike Sekowsky.

Currently ranks #14 on Overstreet's list of Top 50 Silver Age Comics. Justice League of America #2 (DC, 1961) VG/F Merlin appearance. Featuring Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman, and the Martian Manhunter. Justice League of America #3 (DC, 1961) G+ Origin and first appearance of Kanjar Ro. First appearances of Kromm, Hyathis, and Sayyar.

Justice League of America #4 (DC, 1961) G Green Arrow joins the Justice League. Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs art. Stain to back cover and some interior pages bottom staple detached from cover 5 inch tear to front cover.

Justice League of America #5 (DC, 1961) G The issue features the origin and first appearance of Dr. Cover and interior art by Mike Sekowsky. Justice League of America #6 (DC, 1961) G- Origin and first appearance of Amos Fortune. Green Lantern, Flash, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Martian Manhunter, and the Green Arrow appear. Mike Sekowsky and Murphy Anderson cover art. Tape along spine UK stamp front cover. Justice League of America #7 (DC, 1961) G+ This last 10 cent issue features a wild fun-house cover, by Mike Sekowsky and Murphy Anderson. Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs provided the story art. Justice League of America #8 (DC, 1962) G Green Lantern, Flash, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Green Arrow, and the Manhunter from Mars appear is this issue, which has Mike Sekowsky and Murphy Anderson cover art and Sekowsky story art. Tape on staples UK stamp front cover. Justice League of America #9 (DC, 1962) G/VG Having one of the creepier JLA covers, this issue also tells the origin of the JLA. Mike Sekowsky and Murphy Anderson cover. Justice League of America #10 (DC, 1962) G/VG Origins and first appearances of Felix Faust, Abnegezar, Rath, and Ghast. First appearance of the Lord of Time. Featuring Green Lantern, Green Arrow, Flash, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter, Superman, and Batman. Justice League of America #11 (DC, 1962) F/G The Justice League battles the Lord of Time, and the evil imps Abnegezar, Rath, and Ghast make appearances as well.

The cover is by Mike Sekowsky and Murphy Anderson, with art by Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs. Cover detached 60% spine split. Justice League of America #12 (DC, 1962) G Origin and first appearance of Dr. Justice League of America #13 (DC, 1962) VG- Speedy appearance.

Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs and art. Justice League of America #14 (DC, 1962) G/VG Wonder Woman, J'onn J'onzz, Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman, and Green Arrow. The Atom joins the JLA. Justice League of America #15 (DC, 1962) VG+ Mike Sekowsky and Murphy Anderson cover. Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs art.

Justice League of America #16 (DC, 1962) VG+ Murphy Anderson cover. Justice League of America #17 (DC, 1963) VG Adam Strange appears for a cameo in a flashback, while the Tornado Tyrant gives our heroes a tough time.

Murphy Anderson contributed the cover art and Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs furnished the interior art. Justice League of America #18 (DC, 1963) G/VG Featuring Green Lantern, Green Arrow, Flash, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, the Martian Manhunter, and the Atom.

Tape on spine extra staples not manufacturing. Justice League of America #19 (DC, 1963) G+ The JLA battles Doctor Destiny this issue, which features a Murphy Anderson cover & Mike Sekowsky interior art. Justice League of America #20 (DC, 1963) G Mike Sekowsky cover and art. Justice League of America #21 (DC, 1963) G/VG This issue re-introduces the JSA into this title, and also includes the first Silver Age appearances of Dr. Everyone who is anyone is featured on this cover by Mike Sekowsky and Murphy Anderson.

Justice League of America #22 (DC, 1963) G Featuring part two of the "Crisis on Earth-Two" story continued from Justice League of America #21, with the Justice Society of America making one of their earliest crossover appearances. Cover and art by Mike Sekowsky.

Justice League of America #23 (DC, 1963) G+ Origin and first appearance of the Queen Bee (Zazzala). Justice League of America #24 (DC, 1963) G Adam Strange and Kanjar Ro appearances.

Justice League of America #25 (DC, 1964) G/VG Appearances include Superman, Flash, Green Lantern, The Atom, and Wonder Woman. Justice League of America #26 (DC, 1964) G+ Second appearance of Despero. Appearances include Batman, Green Lantern, and Flash. Bottom staple detached from cover.

Justice League of America #27 (DC, 1964) G Mike Sekowsky cover. Top staple detached from cover.

Justice League of America #28 (DC, 1964) G The first appearance of Headmaster Mind came in a tale that had the JLA picketing the United Nations! Mike Sekowsky and Murphy Anderson are the cover artists. Justice League of America #29 (DC, 1964) Poor "Crisis on Earth-Three" story. First Silver Age appearance of Starman. Justice Society of America crossover.

First appearance of the Crime Syndicate. Mike Sekowsky cover and art. Justice League of America #30 (DC, 1964) G- On Earth-3, everything is reversed -- Lex Luthor is a superhero, and the reigning villains are the dead ringers for the JLA seen on this cover.

They're called the Crime Syndicate -- that's Power Ring fighting Green Lantern, Owlman battling Batman, and Johnny Quick fighting Flash. And if that's not enough alternate Earth action for you, Earth-2's Justice Society also appears! The cover and art are by Mike Sekowsky.

Justice League of America #31 (DC, 1964) G/VG Hawkman joins the JLA. Appearances include Batman, Flash, Green Arrow, and Wonder Woman.

Justice League of America #32 (DC, 1964) VG Origin and first appearance of Brain Storm. Justice League of America #33 (DC, 1965) VG- Mike Sekowsky and Murphy Anderson handled cover art chores here. Justice League of America #34 (DC, 1965) VG+ Joker cover and story.

Justice League of America #35 (DC, 1965) VG The first Silver Age appearance of Killer Moth comes in this issue. Polaris, Mask, Pied Pier, and Dragon make appearances. Justice League of America #36 (DC, 1965) VG/F Mike Sekowsky drew the cover and also illustrated a Gardner Fox yarn that sees the JLA become handicapped. Justice League of America #37 (DC, 1965) VG Justice Society of America appearance featuring members Green Lantern, Dr.

Terrific, Flash, Atom, and Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt. First Silver Age appearance of Mr. Justice League of America #38 (DC, 1965) F- Justice Society crossover featuring JSA members Dr.

Fate, Atom, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, and Mr. Terrific; plus Earth A characters Superman, Atom, Batman, Flash, Green Lantern, and Martian Manhunter.

Justice League of America #39 (DC, 1965) VG/F Also known as 80-Page Giant G-16. Reprints #5 of this series as well as The Brave and the Bold #28 and #30.

Justice League of America #40 (DC, 1965) VG/F The issue has the third Silver Age appearance of the Penguin, and other baddies include the Mirror Master, the Shark, and Captain Cold. Mike Sekowsky is the artist. Justice League of America #41 (DC, 1965) VG Origin and first appearance of the Key. Superman, Martian Manhunter, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, and Hawkman appearances.

Justice League of America #42 (DC, 1966) VG+ Metamorpho appearance. Justice League of America #43 (DC, 1966) VG- First appearance of the Royal Flush Gang. Justice League of America #44 (DC, 1966) F- Mike Sekowsky cover and art. Appearances include Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Flash, and Green Lantern. Justice League of America #45 (DC, 1966) Good Origin and first appearance of Shaggy Man. Justice League of America #46 (DC, 1966) VG The Sandman made his first appearance of the Silver Age in this issue, and he was back in his original outfit, complete with suit and gas mask (and minus Sandy). This JLA/JSA crossover issue also has only the third Silver Age appearance of the Spectre. Justice League of America #47 (DC, 1966) VG- This JLA/JSA crossover issue came at the height of the 1966 "Batman craze, " which might tend to explain why the Caped Crusader is featured quite prominently. This issue's among the earliest Silver Age appearances of the Sandman and the Spectre. Justice League of America #48 (DC, 1966) VG This issue, also known as 80-Page Giant G-29, reprints early JLA tales from issues #2 and 3 of this title, as well as the JLA's second-ever outing in The Brave and the Bold #29. Justice League of America #49 (DC, 1966) G/VG Felix Faust appearance. Sekowsky and Sid Greene art. Justice League of America #50 (DC, 1966) G/VG The Batman TV show was in full swing in 1966, hence the Caped Crusader was prominently featured on the JLA covers of the day. Mike Sekowsky is the cover artist here.

Name written in ink front cover. Justice League of America #51 (DC, 1967) VG First Silver Age appearance of Zatara (Zatanna's father). Justice League of America #52 (DC, 1967) Fine Hawkgirl appearance.

Justice League of America #53 (DC, 1967) VG/F Hawkgirl appearance. Bondage cover by Mike Sekowsky and Murphy Anderson. Justice League of America #54 (DC, 1967) Fine- Royal Flush Gang appearance. Justice League of America #55 (DC, 1967) G/VG This issue has the first Silver Age appearance of the Golden Age Robin i. Earth-Two Robin, who was an adult and a member of the Justice Society of America.

Mike Sekowsky is the cover artist. Justice League of America #56 (DC, 1967) VG- Justice League vs.

Justice League of America #57 (DC, 1967) Good- Mike Sekowsky and Sid Greene art. Cover detached and spine 65% split. Justice League of America #58 (DC, 1967) VG- Reprints Justice League of America #1, 6, and 8. Also known as 80 Page Giant G-41. Appearances include Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, and Green Lantern. Justice League of America #59 (DC, 1967) VG Mike Sekowsky and Sid Greene cover and art. Justice League of America #60 (DC, 1968) VG/F Batgirl makes an early guest appearance in this issue, including a prominent spot on the cover. Justice League of America #61 (DC, 1968) F- Doctor Light, Penguin, Captain Boomerang, Plant Master, Dr. Justice League of America #62 (DC, 1968) G+ Mike Sekowsky and George Roussos art. Justice League of America #63 (DC, 1968) Fine- Cover and art by Mike Sekowsky, his last work on the title. Justice League of America #64 (DC, 1968) VG/F Origin and first appearance of the Red Tornado. Dick Dillin and George Roussos cover. Dillin and Sid Greene art.

Justice League of America #65 (DC, 1968) VG+ Justice Society of America story. Second appearance of the Silver Age Red Tornado. Dick Dillin and Sid Greene art. Joe Giella and Dillin cover.

Justice League of America #66 (DC, 1968) VG/F Neal Adams cover. Centerfold detached at top staple. Justice League of America #67 (DC, 1968) G+ 80 Page Giant (G-53).

Some small stains to front cover. Justice League of America #68 (DC, 1968) VG Featuring Batman, Green Lantern, Aquaman, Green Arrow, and Hawkman.

Cover and art by Dick Dillin. Justice League of America #69 (DC, 1969) VG/F Batman, Superman, Flash, Green Arrow, and the Atom appear.

Carmine Infantino and Murphy Anderson cover. Justice League of America #70 (DC, 1969) Good- Creeper appearance. Justice League of America #71 (DC, 1969) Fine- Martian Manhunter leaves Earth.

Justice League of America #72 (DC, 1969) Good Hawkgirl appearance. Justice League of America #73 (DC, 1969) G/VG First Silver Age appearance of Golden Age Superman. Justice League of America #74 (DC, 1969) VG Black Canary moves to Earth-One and joins. First meeting of the Golden Age and Silver Age Superman.

Centerfold detached at bottom staple. Justice League of America #75 (DC, 1969) Fine Black Canary joins the JLA. Second appearance of Green Arrow in new costume.

Murphy Anderson and Carmine Infantino cover. Dick Dillin and Joe Giella art. Justice League of America #76 (DC, 1969) VG- Also known and 80-Page Giant G-65. Justice Society of America and Seven Soldiers of Victory pinups. Murphy Anderson cover and art.

Justice League of America #77 (DC, 1969) VG Joker appearance. Justice League of America #78 (DC, 1970) VG/F Featuring Superman, Batman, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Green Arrow, Black Canary, Atom, and the Vigilante. First use of satellite headquarters.

Justice League of America #79 (DC, 1970) VG- Vigilante appearance. Justice League of America #80 (DC, 1970) VG/F Murphy Anderson cover.

Justice League of America #81 (DC, 1970) Fine Neal Adams cover. Justice League of America #82 (DC, 1970) Fine- Justice Society appearance.

First Silver Age appearance of Golden Age Batman (cameo). Justice League of America #83 (DC, 1970) VG JSA appearance. Justice League of America #84 (DC, 1970) Fine Murphy Anderson skull cover.

Justice League of America #85 (DC, 1970) G/VG Murphy Anderson cover. Justice League of America #86 (DC, 1970) VG Neal Adams cover. Justice League of America #87 (DC, 1971) VG- Zatanna appearance.

Minor stain to back cover. Justice League of America #88 (DC, 1971) Good Neal Adams cover. Crease & wear to front/rear cover.

Justice League of America #89 (DC, 1971) Fine- Featuring Featuring Superman, Batman, Flash, Green Lantern, Green Arrow, Hawkman, Aquaman, and Black Canary. Justice League of America #90 (DC, 1971) F/VF Carmine Infantino cover. Justice League of America #91 (DC, 1971) VF- First meeting of Golden Age and Silver Age Robin. Justice Society of America appearance. Justice League of America #92 (DC, 1971) Good- Featuring Superman, Flash, Green Lantern, and the Atom.

Silver Age Robin tries on costume that is similar to that of Golden Age Robin in All Star Comics #58. Justice League of America #93 (DC, 1971) VG- Cover by Dick Giordano.

Justice League of America #94 (DC, 1971) VG/F Deadman crossover. Neal Adams cover and art. Justice League of America #95 (DC, 1971) VG- Neal Adams cover. Justice League of America #96 (DC, 1972) Fine Adam Strange cameo. Justice League of America #97 (DC, 1972) VG/F Origin of JLA retold.

First Silver Age appearance of Sargon the Sorcerer (cameo on last page). Justice League of America #98 (DC, 1972) Fine Featuring Superman, Batman, Flash, Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and Black Canary. Justice League of America #99 (DC, 1972) VF Superman, Batman, Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman, and Black Canary.

Justice League of America #100 (DC, 1972) VF- Seven Soldiers of Victory and JSA appearances. VG- Average Grade for group of 100 Comics Each comic is graded individually in body of listing. Please read entire description & See all 12 pictures for best idea of condition. As the comics were graded they appeared to have very nice interior pages for all grades with no cut outs or interior writing. Issues #1 are CGC Fine- and Issue #2 VG/F and have been scanned for best resolution.

Early Issues are closer to G/VG and later issues closer to VG/F. The item "Complete Run Justice League of America #1-#100 Collection (1960, DC) Free Ship" is in sale since Monday, September 19, 2016. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Comics\Silver Age (1956-69)\Superhero\Justice League of America". The seller is "bampowcomics" and is located in Eastlake, Ohio.

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Complete Run Justice League of America #1-#100 Collection (1960, DC) Free Ship