“Come on, Beetle — it wasn’t that funny!”
Oh, yes it was. It most definitely was.
Justice League/Justice League International/Justice League America by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, Kevin Maguire and other artists including Adam Hughes and Ty Templeton, were/was one of the best comics of the ’80s. I remember picking up the first issue and being thrown off guard by how damn funny it was. Perfect for a smart-ass college student.
Well, this week, we’ve been celebrating the Justice League of years past — what with that pesky movie coming out — and there’s no way I wasn’t going to dedicate a 13 COVERS salute to the JLI of the ’80s.
As if you would.
Cover images and credits from the side-splitting Grand Comics Database.
— A Look Back at the Wonderfully Cheesy World of Filmation’s JUSTICE LEAGUE. Click here.
— 13 COVERS: The Justice League in the Silver Age. Click here.
— 13 COVERS: The Justice League in the Bronze Age. Click here.