JLA: New World Order

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DC Comics, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 93 pages
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/Grant Morrison /Howard Porter and John Dell Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, Green Lantern Aquaman, and the Martian Manhunter--the world's greatest heroes, together again! This new story by some of comics' hottest talents finds the public turning against the JLA in favor of a new group of champions: alien superbeings called the Hyperclan. Faced with powers that rival even Superman's and a hidden agenda that threatens the world, how can the new Le

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... with some interesting plot points. - Goodreads
... not saying he's a bad writer. - Goodreads
I strongly recommend this volume as an introduction. - Goodreads

Review: JLA, Vol. 3: Rock of Ages (JLA #3)

User Review  - Maris - Goodreads

Emm... another confusing comic from Grant Morrison which asks the question - WHAT IN THE WORLD DID I READ? Prior to this I had read his Batman RIP and Final Crisis and I had a feeling, while reading ... Read full review

Review: JLA, Vol. 1: New World Order (JLA #1)

User Review  - Samrat Sen - Goodreads

A fantastic issue! Grant Morrison has woven in a healthy mix of story, action, and some great Batman moments! This was one of the first editions of JLA which i had read, and it stayed with me ever since. Superb. Read full review

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Claremont y Byrne en JLA - psicofxp.com
Press Release Cita: The May 16th issue of Entertainment Weekly features an interview with John Claremont y Byrne en JLA.
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JLA Classified 38 - 54 « The Continuity Blog
In case you did not know, JLA: Year One is one of my all time favorite stories. Post-infinite Crisis, that story has at least been slightly retconned, ...
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The Atom: JLA Classified #51: First Contact
The second half could be simply explained as: the pounding of the JLA. Once again this thing cuts through them like butter, crushing ribs, breaking arms, ...
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Superpouvoir.com - Forum Comics & BD - JLA CLASSIFIED #50-52 ...
JLA Classified #52 : work-in-progress de la couverture ... Chaque épisode du run de Roger Stern et John Byrne (JLA: Classified #50-54) sera publié toutes ...
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JLA #99@Everything2.com
This time, we drop back to just after the JLA and Doom Patrol meet. And then someone tells the history of the vampiric Tenth Circle. ...
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JLA/A Cast of Characters
NOTE: These characters were said will appear JLA/AVENGERS Series, but was not specify if "Honorary" or "Reserve" members will appear. ...
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Lex Luthor (DC Universe) @ the Captain's JLA Homepage
“I take his [Superman’s] leadership of this preposterous team of alpha males [the JLA] as a direct challenge, a throwing down of the gauntlet, ...
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Superman Homepage
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[Archive] John Byrne - New low, even for him. Lying In The Gutters
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About the author (1997)

Grant Morrison is the biggest name in today's comic book industry, bar none. After his break-through work for "2000 AD", "Zenith", in the 1980s Morrison went on to create mind-bending cult classics such as "The Invisibles" and" Doom Patrol" for DC, before reinvigorating the world's most famous superheroes - "Superman", the "X-Men" and "Batman" - in award-winning runs. He is also a counter-cultural spokesman and expert on the impact of technology in society.

Mark Miller is a cult media superstar whose work has been turned into major Hollywood movies while his writing regularly garners mainstream media attention. He is known for his comic book writing on titles such as his award-winning run on "The Authority", as well as "The Ultimates", "Marvel Knights Spider-Man", "Ultimate Fantastic Four" and "Civil War". His titles, "Wanted" and "Kick-Ass", have both been adapted into major feature films.

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