List of Justice League members[edit | edit source]
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- Ambush Bug
- Animal Man
- The Atom (Ray Palmer)
- The Atom (Ryan Choi)
- Aztek (Nayeli Constant)
- Aztek (Uno)
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- Big Barda
- Black Canary
- Blue Beetle
- Booster Gold
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- Dark Flash (Walter West)
- Doctor Fate
- Donna Troy
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- Green Arrow
- Green Arrow (Connor Hawke)
- Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)
- Green Lantern (John Stewart)
- Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner)
- Green Lantern (Simon Baz)
- Green Lantern (Jessica Cruz)
- Guardian (James Harper clone)
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- Jesse Quick
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- Nightwing/Batman II (Dick Grayson)
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- Starman (Mikaal Tomas)
- Steel (Hank Heywood III)
- Steel (John Henry Irons)
- Super-Chief (Jon Standing Bear)
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- Tomorrow Woman
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- Wonder Woman
- Wonder Woman (Hippolyta of Themyscira)
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Members In Order of Membership[edit | edit source]
Pre-Flashpoint[edit | edit source]
|Character||Real Name||Joined in||Notes|
|Original team: Justice League of America
These members were featured in the team's first appearance (The Brave and the Bold # 28, February-March 1960), with the incarnation they founded lasting until the mid-1980s.
|Superman||Clark Kent / Kal-El||The Brave and the Bold # 28||Founding member.|
Currently living on New Krypton.
|Batman||Bruce Wayne||Founding member.|
Inactive, presumed dead.
Trapped in the distant past as seen in Final Crisis #7.
|Wonder Woman||Princess Diana / Diana Prince||Founding member.|
|Flash||Barry Allen||Founding member.|
Emerged from Speed Force in Final Crisis #7. Active.
|Green Lantern||Hal Jordan||Founding member.|
Active in a Justice League splinter team.
Active in the Green Lantern Corps.
|Aquaman||Arthur Curry / Orin||Founding member.|
Deceased in Aquaman: Sword of Atlantis #50.
|Martian Manhunter||J'onn J'onzz / John Jones||Founding member.|
Deceased in Final Crisis #1.
|Green Arrow||Oliver Queen||Justice League of America # 4||Active in a Justice League splinter team.|
|Atom||Ray Palmer||Justice League of America # 14||Active in a Justice League splinter team.|
|Hawkman||Katar Hol||Justice League of America # 31||Retconned as the Golden Age Hawkman (JLA: Incarnations # 1).|
|Black Canary||Dinah Laurel Lance||Justice League of America # 74||Retconned as founding member in JLA Year One (status confirmed as per 52 - Week 51).|
Active chairperson in the JLA.
|Phantom Stranger||Unknown||Justice League of America # 103||Active.|
|Elongated Man||Ralph Dibny||Justice League of America # 105||Deceased in 52 #42. Active as a ghost.|
|Red Tornado||Ulthoon / John Smith||Justice League of America # 106||On a leave of absence from the JLA.|
|Hawkgirl||Shayera Hol||Justice League of America # 146||Retconned as the Golden Age Hawkgirl (JLA: Incarnations # 1).|
Deceased in Hawkman (vol. 3) # 13.
|Zatanna||Zatanna Zatara||Justice League of America # 161||Active in the JLA.|
|Firestorm||Ronnie Raymond and Martin Stein||Justice League of America # 179||Raymond deceased in Firestorm (vol. 3) # 13; Stein formerly active with Jason Rusch as a new version of Firestorm.|
This team existed for a few years in the mid 1980s following the disbanding of the original team. It consisted of Aquaman, Zatanna, Elongated Man and J'onn J'onzz (and later Batman), plus the following members:
|Steel||Hank Heywood, III||Justice League of America Annual # 2||Deceased in Justice League America # 38.|
|Vixen||Mari Jiwe McCabe||Active in the JLA.|
|Vibe||Paco Ramone||Deceased in Justice League of America # 258.|
|Gypsy||Cindy Reynolds||Justice League of America # 236||Active.|
|Justice League International
This group was formed in the late 1980s and lasted until the early 1990s. During this era the Justice League was split into several teams. Lineup changes were rather frequent. Most of the Silver Age members were at least briefly part of one of these teams, and in addition, the following characters joined for the first time during this period:
|Blue Beetle||Ted Kord||Legends # 6||Deceased in Countdown to Infinite Crisis # 1.|
|Captain Marvel||Billy Batson||Inactive; depowered in Justice Society of America (vol. 3) #23.|
|Doctor Fate||Kent Nelson||Deceased in Book of Fate # 1.|
|Green Lantern||Guy Gardner||Active in the Green Lantern Corps.|
|Mister Miracle||Scott Free||Justice League # 1||Deceased in Death of the New Gods #7.|
|Doctor Light||Kimiyo Hoshi||Active in the JLA.|
|Booster Gold||Michael Carter||Justice League # 4||Active.|
|Captain Atom||Nathaniel Adam||Justice League International # 7||Became Monarch in Battle for Bludhaven #6. Whereabouts unknown.|
|Rocket Red 7||Vladimir Mikoyan||Revealed as a Manhunter cyborg.|
Destroyed in Justice League International # 9.
|Rocket Red 4||Dimitri Pushkin||Justice League International # 11||Deceased in The OMAC Project # 5.|
|Fire||Beatriz da Costa||Justice League International #14||Active in Checkmate.|
|Ice||Tora Olafsdotter||Deceased in Justice League Task Force # 14; Revived in Birds of Prey # 104. Active.|
|Hawkman||Fel Andar||Justice League International #19||Retcon membership - originally the Silver Age Katar Hol.|
Revealed as a traitor.
Deceased in Hawkman (vol. 4) # 48.
|Hawkwoman||Sharon Parker||Retcon membership - originally the Silver Age Shayera Hol.|
Deceased in Hawkworld (vol. 2) # 23.
|Huntress||Helena Bertinelli||Justice League America # 30||Active.|
|Doctor Fate||Linda Strauss||Justice League America # 31||Deceased in Dr. Fate # 24.|
|Lightray||Sollis||Justice League America # 42||Deceased in Countdown to Final Crisis # 48.|
|Orion||Orion of Apokolips||Deceased in Final Crisis #1.|
|General Glory||Joseph Jones||Justice League America # 50||Deceased in Justice League Quarterly # 16.|
|Tasmanian Devil||Hugh Dawkins||Justice League America # 56||Active in the Global Guardians.|
|Bloodwynd||----||Justice League America # 63||Active.|
|Maxima||Maxima of Almerac||Deceased in Man of Steel # 117.|
|Ray||Ray Terrill||Justice League America #71||Active in the Freedom Fighters.|
|Black Condor||Ryan Kendall||Deceased in Infinite Crisis #1|
|Agent Liberty||Benjamin Lockwood||Deceased in Action Comics # 873.|
|Flash||Jay Garrick||Justice League America # 78||Active in the JSA.|
|Justice League Europe|
|Animal Man||Buddy Baker||Justice League International # 24||Active.|
|Flash||Wally West||Active in the Titans.|
|Metamorpho||Rex Mason||Active in the Outsiders.|
|Power Girl||Kara Zor-L / Karen Starr||Active in the JSA.|
|Crimson Fox||Vivian and Constance d'Aramis||Justice League Europe # 13||Vivian deceased in Justice League America # 104.|
Constance deceased in Starman (vol. 2) # 38.
|Blue Jay||Jay Abrams||Justice League Europe # 20||Active.|
|Silver Sorceress||Laura Neilsen||Deceased in Justice League Europe # 35.|
|Maya||Chandi Gupta||Justice League Europe # 50.||Active.|
|Justice League Antarctica
This was a one-shot team played exclusively for humor.
|Major Disaster||Paul Booker||Justice League Annual # 4.||Unknown.|
|G'nort||Gnort Esplanade G'neeshmacher||Presumed dead as of Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps Secret Files & Origins #1.|
|Big Sir||Dufus P. Ratchett||Deceased in Suicide Squad Vol. 2 #1|
|Clock King||William Tockman||Deceased in Suicide Squad Vol. 2 #1|
|The Mighty Bruce||Bruce (presumably)||Active.|
|Scarlet Skier||Dren Kreeg||Active.|
Three teams would use the name Justice League in the early 1990s: Justice League America (led by Wonder Woman), Justice League Task Force (led by the Martian Manhunter) and Extreme Justice (led by Captain Atom).
|Triumph||William MacIntyre||Justice League International # 67||Justice League Task Force member.|
Deceased in JLA # 38.
|Hawkman||(Modern Age) Katar Hol||Justice League America # 0||Justice League America member.|
Deceased in JSA # 23.
|Nuklon||Albert Rothstein||Justice League America member.|
Active in the JSA as Atom Smasher.
|Obsidian||Todd Rice||Justice League America member.|
Active in the JSA.
|Amazing Man||Will Everett, III||Extreme Justice # 0||Extreme Justice member.|
Deceased in Starman (vol. 2) # 38.
|Blue Devil||Daniel Cassidy||Justice League America # 98.||Justice League America member.|
Active in the Shadowpact.
|Icemaiden||Sigrid Nansen||Justice League America member.|
Inactive due to severe injuries.
|L-Ron/Despero||L-Ron/Despero of Kalanor||Justice League Task Force # 12||Justice League Task Force member.|
L-Ron/Despero now separated.
L-Ron - Active in Robot Renegades.
Despero - Active as villain.
Note: L-Ron, in his robot form, is also listed in the staff section.
|Mystek||Jennifer Barclay||Justice League Task Force # 26||Justice League Task Force member.|
Deceased in Justice League Task Force # 32.
|Zan & Jayna||Zan & Jayna of Exor||Extreme Justice # 16||Extreme Justice members.|
This team was formed in the September 1996 Justice League: A Midsummer's Nightmare written by Mark Waid and Fabian Nicieza. The JLA series, by Grant Morrison, was a return to the "Big Seven," with Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash (Wally West), Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner), Aquaman and J'onn J'onzz. New to the team were:
|Green Lantern||Kyle Rayner||Justice League: A Midsummer's Nightmare # 3||Active in the Green Lantern Corps.|
|Tomorrow Woman||Clara Kendall||JLA # 5||Destroyed in JLA # 5 but revived in Trinity #52.|
|Aztek||Curt Falconer||Aztek # 10||Deceased in JLA # 41.|
|Green Arrow||Connor Hawke||JLA # 9||Active.|
|Oracle||Barbara Gordon||JLA # 16||Active|
|Plastic Man||Patrick O'Brien||Active.|
|Steel||John Henry Irons||Active.|
|Zauriel||--||Active in the Shadowpact.|
|Wonder Woman||Hippolyta of Themyscira||Active.|
|Big Barda||Barda Free||JLA # 17||Deceased in Death of the New Gods #1|
|Hourman||Matthew Tyler||JLA # 26||Defunct in JSA # 66.|
|Antaeus||Mark Antaeus||JLA: Superpower||Deceased in JLA: Superpower|
|Jesse Quick||Jesse Chambers||Flash (vol. 2) # 140||Active as Liberty Belle in the JSA.|
|Dark Flash||Walter West||JLA # 33||Last seen traveling through Hypertime to find home dimension in Flash (vol. 2) # 159.|
|2000-2003 new members|
|Moon Maiden||Laura Klein||JLA Giant Size Special # 3||Retconned into the Silver Age team.|
|Nightwing||Dick Grayson||JLA # 69||Active as Batman.|
|Jason Blood (Etrigan)||--||Active.|
|Green Lantern||John Stewart||JLA # 76||Active in the JLA.|
Active in the Green Lantern Corps.
|Manitou Raven||--||JLA # 78||Deceased in Justice League Elite # 8.|
|Justice League Elite
Sister Superior organized the JL Elite for missions the JLA refused to do. Included JLA past core member Green Arrow, as well as JLA members Flash (Wally West), Manitou Raven and Major Disaster.
|Sister Superior||Vera Lynn Black||JLA # 100||Whereabouts unknown.|
|Menagerie||Sonja (last name unrevealed)||Last seen in Justice League custody.|
|Coldcast||Nathan Jones||Whereabouts unknown.|
|Naif al-Sheikh||--||Justice League Elite # 1|
|Kasumi||Cassandra Cain||Active as Batgirl.|
|Post-Infinite Crisis: during 52
Firestorm's brief Justice League from the pages of 52. It should be noted that this Justice League did not operate in any official capacity sanctioned by any previous incarnations of the team or previous members.
|Firestorm||Jason Rusch||52 #24||Active in the JLA.|
|Super-Chief||Jon Standing Bear||Deceased in 52 #24.|
|Ambush Bug||Irwin Schwab||Active.|
|One Year Later Recruits
A new Justice League of America was formed following the case entitled The Tornado's Path. Every hero who participated in the case was offered membership.
|Black Lightning||Jefferson Pierce||Justice League of America (vol. 2) # 7||Active in the Outsiders.|
|Red Arrow||Roy Harper||Active in the Titans.|
|Geo-Force||Prince Brion Markov||Active in the Outsiders.|
|Cry for Justice
In a mini-series written by James Robinson, Hal Jordan forms a more pro-active league with Oliver Queen and Ray Palmer, as well as new members.
|Supergirl||Kara Zor-El / Linda Lang||Justice League: Cry for Justice #3||Active|
|Starman||Mikaal Tomas||Justice League: Cry for Justice #5||Active|
|Congorilla||William "Congo Bill" Glenmorgan||Active|
|Post-Cry for Justice
A New team which also includes Batman (Dick Grayson), Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Green Arrow (Oliver Queen), Atom (Ray Palmer) and Dr. Light (Kimiyo Hoshi)
|Guardian||Jim Harper (Clone)||Justice League of America Vol. 2 #41||Retired in Superman: War of the Supermen #4.|
|Mon-El||Lar Gand||Active in the Legion of Super-Heroes in the 31st century.|
In the maxi-series written by Keith Giffen and Judd Winick, Justice League International is re-established along with several new members.
|Blue Beetle||Jamie Reyes||Justice League: Generation Lost #3||Active|
|Rocket Red #7||Gavril Ivanovich||Justice League: Generation Lost #4||Active|