New “Justice League Of America” #1 Has Multiple Variant Covers

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Now that “Convergence” has finished its run and that “The New 52” appears to be a thing of the past also, DC Comics has launched quite a bit of new titles that were discussed in THIS POST. One of the titles starting anew is “Justice League Of America” which gets a brand new first issue and seems to be focused on giving us non-stop action that features the team that we shall eventually see on the live action screen. I’m speaking of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Green Lantern, The Flash and Cyborg. With this momentous new issue out we’re getting seven massive action loaded variant covers by Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair. I’ve presented them all for you to enjoy below. Check it out.

"Justice League Of America" #1 (Batman Variant)
“Justice League Of America” #1 (Batman Variant)

"Justice League Of America" #1 (The Flash Variant)
“Justice League Of America” #1 (The Flash Variant)
"Justice League Of America" #1 (Aquaman Variant)
“Justice League Of America” #1 (Aquaman Variant)
"Justice League Of America" #1 (Superman Variant)
“Justice League Of America” #1 (Superman Variant)
"Justice League Of America" #1 (Green Lantern Variant)
“Justice League Of America” #1 (Green Lantern Variant)
"Justice League Of America" #1 (Cyborg Variant)
“Justice League Of America” #1 (Cyborg Variant)
"Justice League Of America" #1 (Wonder Woman Variant)
“Justice League Of America” #1 (Wonder Woman Variant)

All of these covers when lined up from Batman to Wonder Woman will look like the image below. Be sure to organize them in this same fashion in your comic book box for good measure.

Justice League Of America #1 Gatefold Image
Justice League Of America #1 Gatefold Image

As readers and fans of the comic book heroes on the big screen know, we are going to get a few “Justice League” films that will “Unite The Seven” that we see on these very covers in the coming years. It will begin with next years “Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice” and I really, truly want this film to be incredible. Until that time we still have the comics to enjoy, so get thee to a store near you and snag as many of these variant covers that are left. My biggest gripe about this particular edition is that it’s $5.99 a copy so if you are one of those diehards it will run you $42 so hopefully your local shop offers a slight discount and maybe gives you some comic bags and backing boards to quell the financials just a little bit. I guess I should add that I did not like seeing advertisements placed right on the bottom of a story page. I didn’t need to see Nick Lachey peddling Twix candy bars right between two pages of story. Leave the ads to their own pages and don’t mess with the actual tale that we are paying so much to enjoy.

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