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Justice, in comics, may refer to:
- Justice (DC Comics), a DC Comics limited series by Alex Ross and Jim Krueger
- Justice (New Universe), a Marvel Comics character and star of his own eponymous series in the New Universe imprint
- Justice, an alias used by the Marvel Comics character Vance Astrovik
- Justice, an Image Comics character, who is the son of SuperPatriot and, with his sister, one half of Liberty & Justice
- Kris Justice, a comics artist
It may also refer to:
- Justice, Inc., two DC Comics series based on the character The Avenger
- Justice League, a DC Comics superhero team who had a number of spin-offs:
- Justice Guild of America, a superhero team featured in the Justice League animated series two-part episode Legends
- Justice Lords, an antihero superhero team featured in the two-part Justice League episode, "A Better World"
- Justice Machine, a superhero team who were published through the 1980s and 1990s by a number of companies
- Justice Riders, a DC Comics comic book placing the Justice League in the Old West as part of the Elseworlds imprint
- Justice Society of America, a DC Comics superhero team
- Lady Justice (comics), a title created by Neil Gaiman
- Sentinels of Justice, an Americomics (AC Comics) superhero team
- Squadron of Justice, two Fawcett Comics (later DC Comics) superhero teams
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