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The Justice League is a team of comic book superheroes in the DC Comics Universe. Over the years they have featured a large number of characters in a variety of combinations.

The JLA members are listed here in order of their first joining the team, and none are listed twice. No retconned members are listed (except where they historically took part in the stories). No associates and unofficial members, or members of the Super Friends (except when they are also Justice League members in the mainstream comics) are listed.

Non-full members and staff are also listed below.

Characters in bold are current Justice League active members.

Pre-New 52/Rebirth

DC Comics had the first fictional universe of superheroes, with the Justice Society of America forming in the Golden Age of Comic Books in the 1940s. This shared continuity became increasingly complex with multiple worlds, including a similar team of all-star superheroes formed in the 1960s named the Justice League of America, debuting The Brave and the Bold Volume 1 #28. This universe included several reboots and retcons starting with Crisis on Infinite Earths in 1986 and culminating in the Flashpoint storyline, leading to the New 52 in 2011.

Members

Character Real name Joined in Notes
Original team: Justice League of America

Seven members were featured in the team's first appearance (The Brave and the Bold Vol. 1 #28, February–March 1960), with new members added in the team's own series (Justice League of America Vol. 1, launched in November 1960). This incarnation lasted until the mid-1980s.

Superman Kal-El / Clark Kent The Brave and the Bold #28 Founding member. Active.
Batman Bruce Wayne
Wonder Woman Princess Diana / Diana Prince
The Flash Barry Allen
Green Lantern Hal Jordan
Aquaman Orin / Arthur Curry
Martian Manhunter J'onn J'onzz / John Jones
Green Arrow Oliver Queen Justice League of America #4 Active
Atom Ray Palmer Justice League of America #14 Active in civilian identity as an agent of S.H.A.D.E
Hawkman Katar Hol / Carter Hall Justice League of America #31 Retconned as the Golden Age Hawkman (JLA: Incarnations #1). Active.
Metamorpho Rex Mason Justice League of America #42 Metamorpho is offered membership but refuses, willing to be a stand-by member.[1] He is later called into action in issue #44 and appears with several superheroes in issues #100–102.
Black Canary Dinah Laurel Lance Justice League of America #74 Active in Birds of Prey. For a period, after Crisis on Infinite Earths a retcon in Secret Origins Volume 2 #32 (November, 1988) revealed she was a founding member instead of Wonder Woman. The latter was changed to being a fairly new hero who debuted several years after the League formed.
Phantom Stranger Unknown Justice League of America #103 Active.
Elongated Man Ralph Dibny Justice League of America #105 Deceased in 52 #42. Post Flash-Point member of the Secret Six. Elongated Man is one of the few Justice League members who isn't reimagined Gold Age hero but is similar to Quality Comics' Plastic Man; DC acquired the rights to all Quality characters in 1956 but editor Julius Schwartz was evidently ignorant of this when he had Elongated Man created in the pages of The Flash.[2][3]
Red Tornado Ulthoon / John Smith Justice League of America #106 Post Flash-Point Status unknown
Green Lantern John Stewart Justice League of America #110 Stewart fills in for Earth's primary Green Lantern, Hal Jordan. He also appears in Justice League of America Volume 1 Annual #1 in 1983 and the Red Tornado Volume 1 mini-series.
Hawkgirl Shayera Hol / Shiera Hall Justice League of America #146 Retconned as the Golden Age Hawkgirl (JLA: Incarnations #1). Active.
Zatanna Zatanna Zatara Justice League of America #161 Active in Justice League Dark.
Firestorm Ronnie Raymond and Martin Stein Justice League of America #179 Ronnie Raymond (with Jason Rusch) Active. Martin Stein Deceased in Brightest Day #22.
Detroit team

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 JLI
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 after the Crisis on Infinite Earths 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 and JLI.
Mister Miracle Scott Free Justice League #1 Deceased in Death of the New Gods #8. Resurrected, but then displaced to Earth-51, in Final Crisis #7.
Doctor Light Kimiyo Hoshi Active.
Booster Gold Michael Carter Justice League #4 Active in JLI.
Captain Atom Nathaniel Adam Justice League International #7 Active.
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 JLI.
Ice Tora Olafsdotter Deceased in Justice League Task Force #14. Revived in Birds of Prey #104. Active in JLI.
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 in Birds of Prey.
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. Resurrected, but then displaced to Earth-51, in Final Crisis #7.
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 Deceased in Justice League: Cry for Justice #3. Resurrected in Starman/Congorilla #1
Maxima Maxima of Almerac Justice League America #63 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.
Bloodwynd Justice League America #78 Active.
Flash Jay Garrick Active in the JSA.
Justice League Europe
Animal Man Buddy Baker Justice League International #24 Active.
Flash Wally West
Metamorpho Rex Mason Active in the Outsiders.
Power Girl Kara Zor-L / Karen Starr Active.
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. Left for the Multiverse in Justice League of America (vol. 2) #53.
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. Death confirmed in Blackest Night: Director's Cut #1.
G'nort Gnort Esplanade G'neeshmacher MIA, presumed dead as of Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps Secret Files and Origins #1.
Multi-Man Duncan Pramble Active.
Big Sir Dufus P. Ratchett Deceased in Suicide Squad Vol. 2 #1.
Cluemaster Arthur Brown Active.
Clock King William Tockman
The Mighty Bruce Bruce (presumably)
Scarlet Skier Dren Keeg
Post-Zero Hour

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 Deceased in JLA #38.
Hawkman (Modern Age) Katar Hol Justice League America #0 Deceased in JSA #23.
Nuklon Albert Rothstein Active in the JSA as Atom Smasher.
Obsidian Todd Rice Active in the JSA.
Amazing Man Will Everett, III Deceased in Starman Vol. 2 #38.
Blue Devil Daniel Cassidy Justice League America #98. Active.
Icemaiden Sigrid Nansen Inactive due to severe injuries.
L-Ron/Despero L-Ron/Despero of Kalanor Justice League Task Force #12 L-Ron/Despero now separated. L-Ron: Active in Robot Renegades. Despero: Active. Note: L-Ron, in his robot form, is also listed in the staff section.
Mystek Jennifer Barclay Justice League Task Force #26 Deceased in Justice League Task Force #32.
Zan & Jayna

(Wonder Twins)

Zan & Jayna of Exor Extreme Justice #16 Active.
JLA

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 and revived as human in Trinity #52.
Aztek Uno / Curt Falconer Aztek #10 Deceased in JLA #41.
Green Arrow Connor Hawke JLA #9 Active.
Oracle Barbara Gordon JLA #16 Active as Batgirl.
Plastic Man Patrick O'Brien Active.
Steel John Henry Irons
Zauriel
Wonder Woman Hippolyta of Themyscira Active as the Queen of the Amazons.
Big Barda Barda Free JLA #17 Deceased in Death of the New Gods #1. Resurrected, but then displaced to Earth-51, in Final Crisis #7.
Hourman Matthew Tyler JLA #26 Defunct in JSA #66.
Jade Jennie-Lynn Hayden Made reserve in JLA #27 Deceased in Rann/Thanagar War: Infinite Crisis Special #1 Resurrected in Blackest Night #8. Active.
Antaeus Mark Antaeus JLA: Superpower Deceased in JLA: Superpower
Jesse Quick Jesse Chambers Flash Vol. 2 #140 Active.
Dark Flash Walter West JLA #33 Last seen traveling through Hypertime to find home dimension in Flash vol. 2, #159.
Moon Maiden Laura Klein JLA Giant Size Special #3 Retconned into the Silver Age team. Whereabouts unknown.
Nightwing / Batman Dick Grayson JLA #69 Active as Nightwing.
Faith Active.
Hawkgirl Kendra Saunders Deceased in Blackest Night #1. Folded into the resurrected Shiera Hall.
Jason Blood (Etrigan) [citation needed] Active.
Green Lantern John Stewart JLA #76 Active in the Green Lantern Corps. Previously filled in for Hal Jordan in 1970s comics.
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 in Batman Inc. as Blackbat.
Manitou Dawn Active.
Post-Infinite Crisis: during 52

Firestorm's brief Justice League from the pages of 52. This Justice League did not operate in any official capacity sanctioned by any previous incarnations of the team or previous members.

Firestorm Jason Rusch (and other hosts) 52 #24 Active. Host Gehenna deceased in Blackest Night #3, currently merged with Ronnie Raymond.
Firehawk Lorraine Reily Active.
Super-Chief Jon Standing Bear Deceased in 52 #24.
Bulleteer Alix Harrower Active.
Ambush Bug Irwin Schwab
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. Originally offered membership in and declined in Justice League of America Volume 1 #173 and reiterated it the following issue.
Red Arrow Roy Harper Active in the Outlaws as Arsenal.
Geo-Force Prince Brion Markov Active.
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
Congorilla William "Congo Bill" Glenmorgan
Post-Cry for Justice

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 Justice League of America Vol. 2 #41 Retired Superman: War of the Supermen #4.
Mon-El Lar Gand Returned to the Phantom Zone, as seen in Adventure Comics Vol. 2 #11. Active in the Legion of Super-Heroes in the 31st century.
Donna Troy Active.
Cyborg Victor Stone Retconned as founding member post-Flashpoint. Active.
Starfire Koriand'r Active in the Outlaws.
Generation Lost

In the maxi-series written by Keith Giffen and Judd Winick, Justice League International is re-established along with several new members.

Blue Beetle Jaime Reyes Justice League: Generation Lost #3 Active.
Rocket Red #7 Gavril Ivanovich Justice League: Generation Lost #4 Deceased.

Other members

Character Real name Non-full membership in Notes
This section is for honorary and other non-full members.
Snapper Carr Lucas "Snapper" Carr Made honorary member, and team mascot in The Brave and The Bold #28 Resigned in Justice League of America #77. Active as a member of Checkmate, briefly a superhero with The Blasters, and later a non-powered friend to the android Hourman. The 1998–99 mini-series JLA: Year One revises this history to include Carr's uncle Simon Carr as a patron of League shortly after they formed.
Sargon the Sorcerer John Sargent Made honorary in Justice League of America #99 Killed in Swamp Thing Vol. 2 #50. Appears in issues #97–98, helping the League with a magical enemy Starbreaker. Issue #99 includes an off-hand reference to Sargon being voted an honorary member.[4]
Golden Eagle Charley Parker Infiltrates the League Justice League of America #116 Parker is a fan of Hawkman who impersonates him and briefly helps the League in issue 116. In the following issue, the JLAers suggest voting on him as an honorary member but never actually do and instead welcome the actual Hawkman back to the League following a brief leave. Parker later creates the persona of Golden Eagle and makes a handful of appearances, mostly with the Teen Titans before being killed in the "Titans Hunt" storyline. A retconned version of him from the Hawkworld series was later active on Thanagar.
Captain Comet Adam Blake Made honorary in DC Special #27 Active in adventuring. Comet is appointed an honorary member by Hawkman while patrolling on the JLA's satellite headquarters.[5] He would later appear at the wedding of Ray Palmer (The Atom) and Jean Loring in Justice League of America Volume 1 #157.
Sandman Garrett Sanford Made honorary in Justice League of America Annual #1 Committed suicide. Death confirmed in Sandman Volume 2 #12.
Sue Dibny Made honorary in Justice League International #24 Murdered by Jean Loring in Identity Crisis #1.
Adam Strange Made honorary in JLA: Secret Files #1 Active in adventuring. Strange was often a JLA guest star, starting in Mystery in Space Volume 1 #75 and Justice League of America Volume 1 #24. During the Mystery in Space adventure, the Flash thinks, "Terrific! I'm going to propose Adam Strange for membership in the Justice League at our next meeting!" but this never happens in subsequent comics. The Flash does propose him for membership in Justice League of America Volume 1 #4, published one year earlier.
Tempest Garth Made honorary in Justice League of America Vol. 2 Killed in Blackest Night #2.
Batgirl Barbara Gordon Made honorary after her death in Zero Hour #0 Killed in Zero Hour #0. Note: This was an alternative-reality version of Barbara Gordon (as Batgirl). She was granted honorary JLA membership (in the 1990s crossover "Zero Hour") after sacrificing herself to save Damage during a battle with Hal Jordan/Parallax.
Creeper Jack Ryder Made honorary in Justice League International #24 Active.
Retro Unrevealed Made honorary in New Year's Evil: Prometheus Killed by Prometheus in New Year's Evil: Prometheus.
Resurrection Man Mitch Shelley Granted probationary in Resurrection Man #21 Active.
Toyman Hiro Okamura Made honorary in Superman/Batman #49 Revealed to be an android in Action Comics #865.
Tattooed Man Mark Richards Made honorary in Final Crisis #6 Active.
Bulleteer Alix Harrower Made reserve member in Justice League of America (vol. 2) #56

Staff

Character Real name Joined staff in Notes
This section covers staff.
Simon Carr JLA: Year One #1 Financer (fronting for Oliver Queen).
Dale Gunn Justice League of America Annual #2 Whereabouts unknown. Operator of the League's headquarters The Bunker. He never joins the JLA but accompanies Steel under the direction of his grandfather, the original Commander Steel, Hank Heywood Sr.
Maxwell Lord Justice League #1 Killed by Wonder Woman in Wonder Woman vol. 2, #219. Resurrected in Blackest Night #8.
Oberon Active with the Meta-Movers (Doom Patrol vol. 5, #7).
Catherine Cobert Justice League International #8 Whereabouts unknown.
Kilowog Kilowog of Bolovax Vik Justice League America #33 Active in the Green Lantern Corps.
L-Ron Justice League America #42 Active in the Robot Renegades.
Hannibal Martin Justice League Task Force #1 Whereabouts unknown.
Yazz Justice League America #95 Deceased. Yazz appears in a monument to fallen members erected by the Martian Manhunter in 52 #24.

Post-New 52/Rebirth

After the New 52 universe was published for five years, DC merged several of their prior continuities again in the DC Rebirth event. The consequent universe contains elements of all previous DC publications.

Members

Character Real name Joined in Notes
The New 52
Justice League

The Justice League was rebooted in 2011.

Batman Bruce Wayne Justice League (Vol. 2) #6 Founding member. Active. Former member of the Justice League International and the Justice League of America.
Superman Clark Kent / Kal-El Founding member. Active.
The Flash Bartholomew "Barry" Allen
Cyborg Victor "Vic" Stone
Wonder Woman Princess Diana of Themyscira Founding member. Also active in the Justice League Dark.
Aquaman Orin / Arthur Curry Founding member. Active. Left the League before Vol. 3 issue #24, and rejoined before issue #34.
Green Lantern Harold "Hal" Jordan Founding member. Left the League in Vol. 2 issue #12, rejoined in issue #39, and left again after issue Vol. 2 issue #52. Rejoined before the Vol. 3 Dark Nights: Metal event. Left the League before the Vol. 3 No Justice event. Currently active in the Green Lantern Corp, and a reserve member of the League.
Martian Manhunter J'onn J'onzz / John Jones Between Justice League (Vol. 2) issues #6 and #7 Active. Joined the League, attacked it, and left (as noted in Vol. 2 issue #8); rejoined in Dark Night: Metal #6. Former member of Stormwatch, the Justice League of America, and the Justice League United.
The Atom Rhonda Pineda Justice League (Vol. 2) #18 Revealed in Vol. 2 issue #23 that, although she was spying for the Justice League of America, she was actually a member of the Crime Syndicate of America. Died in Forever Evil #7.
Element Woman Emily Sung Left the League after Forever Evil #7.
Firestorm Ronnie Raymond and Jason Rusch
Shazam William "Billy" Batson Justice League (Vol. 2) #31 Left the League after issue Vol. 2 issue #52.
Lex Luthor Lex Luthor Justice League (Vol. 2) #33 Left the League after issue Vol. 2 issue #52.
Captain Cold Leonard Snart Left after Vol. 2 issue #41, before the Darkseid War.
Power Ring / Green Lantern Jessica Cruz Justice League (Vol. 2) #35 (as Power Ring) Becomes a Green Lantern in Vol. 2 issue #50. Left the League after Vol. 3 issue #7, rejoins in issue #11, and left again before the Dark Nights: Metal event. Currently active in the Green Lantern Corp.
Green Lantern Simon Baz Justice League (Vol. 3) #1 Left the League before the Dark Nights: Metal event. Former member of the Justice League of America. Currently active in the Green Lantern Corp.
Mera Mera of Xebel Justice League (Vol. 3) #24 Left the League after Vol. 3 issue #31. Currently active with the Aquafamily.
Green Arrow Oliver "Ollie" Queen Green Arrow (Vol. 6) #31 Declined invitation to join, but accepted to be active as a Rogue Agent of the League. Former member of the Justice League of America and the Justice League United.
Hawkgirl Kendra Saunders Dark Night: Metal #6 Active.
Green Lantern John Stewart Justice League (Vol. 4) #2 Also active as leader in the Green Lantern Corp.
Justice League Dark (Disbanded)

A separate, new team was formed to handle situations deemed unfit for the traditional Justice League.

Madame Xanadu Nimue Inwudu Justice League Dark #1 Brought the team together. Rejoins in Annual #2.
Constantine John Constantine Became leader of the team in issue #9, left in issue #29, and rejoins in Annual #2. Currently active on his own.
Deadman Boston Brand Previously appeared in Justice League of America Volume 1, possessing Aquaman.
Zatanna Zatanna Zatara Left the team after issue #18, and rejoins and become leader in issue #29. Currently active in the new Justice League Dark.
Shade, the Changing Man Rac Shade Left the team in issue #8.
Mind Warp Jay Young Justice League Dark #3 Left the team in issue #5.
Andrew Bennett Andrew Bennett Justice League Dark #9 Left the team in issue #14, and rejoins in Annual #2.
Black Orchid Alba Garcia Left the team in issue #30, and rejoins in Annual #2.
Doctor Mist Nommo Balewa Turned out to be working for Felix Faust in issue #11.
Timothy Hunter Timothy Hunter Justice League Dark #11. Left the team in issue #18.
Frankenstein Justice League Dark Annual #1 Left the team in issue #30.
Amethyst Amaya Left the team after issue #14.
Swamp Thing Alec Holland Justice League Dark #25 Joined to help fight Blight during Forever Evil. Currently active in the new Justice League Dark.
Nightmare Nurse Asa Justice League Dark #24 Joined to help fight Blight during Forever Evil.
Pandora Pandora Trinity of Sin: Phantom Stranger #14 Joined to help fight Blight during Forever Evil. Killed in DC Rebirth Special.
The Phantom Stranger Judas Iscariot Joined to help fight Blight during Forever Evil, and left after issue #29.
Zauriel Zauriel Constantine #10
Justice League International (Disbanded)

A separate, new team was formed by the United States to be a world government controlled team without Secret Identities.

Booster Gold Michael Jon Carter Justice League International (Vol. 3) #1 Appointed team leader.
August General in Iron Fang Zhifu
Fire Beatriz da Costa Badly injured, goes into a coma in issue #7.
Godiva Dorcas Leigh
Green Lantern Guy Gardner Quits the League in issue #1, and rejoins in issue #2. Currently active in the Green Lantern Corp.
Ice Tora Olafsdotter Badly injured in issue #7, rejoins team in Annual #1
Rocket Red Gavril Ivanovich Dies in issue #7.
Vixen Mari Jiwe McCabe Badly injured in issue #7, rejoins team in Annual #1. Former member of the Justice League of America. Currently a reserve member of the Justice League.
Batman Bruce Wayne UN initially turned down the suggestion of adding Batman, but he assisted the team on missions, with Booster Gold's blessing. Former member of the Justice League of America. Currently active in the Justice League.
Batwing David Zavimbe Justice League International (Vol. 3) #8 Former member of Batman, Inc. Currently active with the Batfamily.
O.M.A.C. Kevin Kho Justice League International (Vol. 3) #9
Olympian Aristides Demetrios Justice League International (Vol. 3) Annual #1 Briefly join the League before it disbands.
Blue Beetle Jaime Reyes
Justice League of America (Disbanded)

Following the events of "Throne of Atlantis", a separate, new Justice League of America was formed by Amanda Waller and Steve Trevor.

Col. Steve Trevor Steve Trevor Justice League of America (Vol. 3) #2 Field Leader. Currently active with the Wonderfamily.
Hawkman Katar Hol Former member of the Justice League United. Died in Death of Hawkman #6.
Martian Manhunter J'onn J'onzz/John Jones Former member of Stormwatch and the Justice League United. Currently active in the Justice League.
Katana Tatsu Yamashiro Former member of the Birds of Prey. Currently active in the Suicide Squad.
Vibe Francisco "Cisco" Ramon
Stargirl Courtney Whitmore
Catwoman Selina Kyle Currently active on her own.
Green Arrow Oliver "Ollie" Queen Justice League of America (Vol. 3) #4 Former member of the Justice League United. Currently active on his own and as a Rogue Agent of the Justice League.
Green Lantern Simon Baz Justice League of America (Vol. 3) #5 Former Member of the Justice League. Currently active in the Green Lantern Corp.
Doctor Light Arthur Light Justice League (Vol. 2) #22 Killed by Superman in Justice League Vol. 2 #22
Justice League United (Disbanded)

A continuation of the Justice League of America without ARGUS.

Stargirl Courtney Whitmore Joined the JLA in Justice League of America Vol. 3 #1 Former member of the Justice League of America.
Martian Manhunter J'onn J'onzz/John Jones Former member of Stormwatch and the Justice League of America. Currently active in the Justice League.
Green Arrow Oliver "Ollie" Queen Former member of the Justice League of America. Currently active on his own and as a Rogue Agent of the Justice League.
Animal Man Bernhard "Buddy" Baker Justice League United #1 Currently a reserve member of the Justice League.
Adam Strange Adam Strange Died in Death of Hawkman #6. Somehow resurrected in Justice League Vol. 4 #1. Currently a reserve member of the Justice League.
Supergirl Kara Zor-El Justice League United #2 Currently active on her own and with the Superfamily
Hawkman Katar Hol Justice League United #3 Former member of the Justice League of America. Died in Death of Hawkman #6.
Equinox Miiyabin Marten Justice League United #5 Allied with the team in Justice League United #0–4 before officially joining in issue #5.
DC Rebirth
Justice League of America (Disbanded)

Following the events of "Justice League vs. Suicide Squad", a new Justice League of America was formed by Batman.

Batman Bruce Wayne Justice League of America (vol. 5) #1 Founding member. Former member of the Justice League International. Currently active in the Justice League.
Black Canary Dinah Laurel Lance Founding member. Currently active in the Birds of Prey and with the Arrowfamily.
Vixen Mari Jiwe McCabe Founding member. Former member of the Justice League International. Currently a reserve member of the Justice League.
Atom Ryan Choi Founding member.
Killer Frost Caitlin Snow Founding member. Former member of the Suicide Squad.
Ray Ray Terrill Founding member. Left the League in issue #18, and rejoined in issue #24.
Lobo Unpronounceable Founding member. Left the League in issue #28.
Aztek Nayeli Constant Justice League of America (vol. 5) #25
DC Rebirth Justice League of China

The Peoples's Republic of China's gathering of superheroes.

Super-Man Kong Kenan New Super-Man #2 Founding Member. Active
Wonder-Woman Peng Deilan
Bat-Man Wang Baixi
Robinbot
The Flash Ho Avery New Super-Man #9 Active.
Dragonson Ahn Kwang Jo New Super-Man #20
DC Universe
Justice League Dark

The mystical Justice League is back.

Wonder Woman Princess Diana of Themyscira Justice League Dark (Vol. 2) #1 Founding Member. Also active in the Justice League.
Zatanna Zatanna Zatara Founding Member. Former member of the original Justice League Dark.
Swamp Thing Alec Holland
Man-Bat Robert Kirkland "Kirk" Langstrom Founding Member.
Detective Chimp Bobo T. Chimpanzee
Justice League Odyssey (Upcoming)

The Justice League goes to space.

Cyborg Victor "Vic" Stone Justice League Odyssey #1
(Upcoming)
Green Lantern Jessica Cruz
Starfire Koriand'r
Azrael Jean-Paul Valley
Darkseid Uxas

Alternate Leagues

Character Real name Joined in Notes
New 52 Justice League 3000

A 31st century Justice League of resurrected heroes.

Batman Bruce Wayne Justice League 3000 #1
The Flash Barry Allen Dies in issue #2, resurrected in issue #4, dies again in issue #7, and resurrected again sometime before Justice League 3001 #3. Left the team in order to supervise the Super Buddies 3000. Dies again in 3001 #7.
Green Lantern Hal Jordan Left the team prior to Justice League 3001 #1 in order to supervise the Super Buddies 3000.
Superman Clark Kent/Kal-El
Wonder Woman Princess Diana
Firestorm Ronnie Raymond and Jason Rusch Justice League 3000 #4 Left the team in issue #8. Later, assumed charge of CADMUS.
The Flash Teri Justice League 3000 #9 Genetically recreated with DNA of Barry Allen.
Green Lantern Guy Gardner Justice League 3001 #1 Brought back to life in a female body.
New 52 Super Buddies 3000

A 31st century recreation of the Super Buddies/Justice League International.

Blue Beetle Ted Kord Sometime prior to Justice League 3001 #3 Woke up in the 31st century after being frozen.
Booster Gold Michael Jon Carter
Fire Beatriz Bonilla da Costa
Ice Tora Olafsdotter
The Flash Barry Allen Resurrected again sometime prior to Justice League 3001 #3, joined the team in order to supervise it. Dies again in 3001 #7.
Green Lantern Hal Jordan Joined the team in order to supervise it. Presumed dead after the scullion attack in 3001 #7.
Futures End Justice League Beyond

The active Justice League from 35 years in the future.

Superman Kal-El Batman Beyond (Vol. 5) #9
Green Lantern Kai-Ro
Big Barda Barda Free
Aquagirl Mareena Curry
Warhawk Rex Stewart
Micron Unknown name

DC Extended Universe

The "Justice League" appear in the DC Extended Universe.

Character Real name Portrayed by First appearance
Superman Kal-El / Clark Kent Henry Cavill Man of Steel
Batman Bruce Wayne Ben Affleck Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
Wonder Woman Diana Prince Gal Gadot
Aquaman Arthur Curry Jason Momoa
The Flash Barry Allen Ezra Miller
Cyborg Victor Stone Ray Fisher

References

  1. ^ Dick Giordano (p), Terry Austin (i). "[Key to the JLA Pin-Up]" Limited Collector's Edition v5, 46 (August–September 1976), New York City, New York, United States: DC Comics
  2. ^ Amash, Jim (2010). Carmine Infantino: Penciler, Publisher, Provocateur. Raleigh, North Carolina: TwoMorrows Publishing. p. 80. ISBN 978-1605490250. [Jim Amash]: Was there any discussion about Plastic Man when you did 'The Elongated Man' with Julie? [Carmine Infantino]: No, he never mentioned him.
  3. ^ Harvey, R.C. (2003). The Life and Art of Murphy Anderson. Raleigh, North Carolina: TwoMorrows Publishing. p. 150. ISBN 978-1893905214. Not knowing that DC owned these old Quality characters—and Julie'll deny it, I guess, and say they wanted to do something different—but they came up with the Elongated Man instead of Plastic Man, and they came up with the Atom instead of Doll Man. They could have resurrected either of these two characters ... [b]ut the whole concept of Plastic Man would have escaped them. It's just crazy humor, and it needs someone who really understands that stuff.
  4. ^ Mike Friedrich (w), Dick Dillin (p), Joe Giella (i), Julius Schwartz (ed). "Seeds of Destruction!" Justice League of America 99: 15 (August–September 1976), New York City, New York, United States: DC Comics
  5. ^ Bob Rozakis (w), Rich Buckler (p), Joe Rubinstein (i), Jerry Serpe (col), Milt Snapinn (let). "Danger: Dinosaurs at Large!" DC Special v7, 27 (April–May 1977), New York City, New York, United States: DC Comics