Series: Justice League [2011]

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Justice League Volume 1: Origin by Geoff JohnsVolume 1
Justice League Volume 2: The Villain's Journey by Geoff JohnsVolume 2
Liga da Justiça: Origem (Os Novos 52) by Geoff JohnsVolumes 1-2
Justice League Volume 3: Throne of Atlantis by Geoff JohnsVolume 3
Justice League Volume 4: The Grid by Geoff JohnsVolume 4
Justice League: Trinity War by Geoff JohnsCrossover Event
Justice League Volume 5: Forever Heroes by Geoff JohnsVolume 5
Forever Evil by Geoff JohnsCrossover Event
Justice League Volume 6: Injustice League by Geoff JohnsVolume 6
Justice League, Volume 7: The Darkseid War, Part 1 by Geoff JohnsVolume 7
Justice League: The Darkseid War - Power of the Gods by Peter J. TomasiCrossover Event
Justice League, Volume 8: The Darkseid War, Part 2 by Geoff JohnsVolume 8

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  4. Superman - Action Comics Volume 1: Superman and the Men of Steel by Grant Morrison (2012)
  5. Injustice: Gods Among Us Vol. 1 by Tom Taylor (2013)
  6. Justice League of America Volume 1: World's Most Dangerous by Geoff Johns (2013)
  7. Aquaman Volume 1: The Trench by Geoff Johns (1600)
  8. Batman Volume 3: Death of the Family by Scott Snyder (2013)
  9. Flashpoint by Geoff Johns (2011)
  10. Batman Incorporated, Vol. 1 by Grant Morrison (2012)
  11. Nightwing Vol. 5: Setting Son (The New 52) by Kyle Higgins (2014)
  12. Batgirl Volume 1: The Darkest Reflection by Gail Simone (2012)
  13. Superman: Earth One by J. Michael Straczynski (2010)
  14. Justice, Vol. 1 by Alex Ross (2006)
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Series description

Volumes of Collected Edition Graphic Novels of Justice League (Volumes with the cover descriptions "Volume 1" — "Volume 8" by writer Geoff Johns and artists Jim Lee, Ivan Reis, Jason Fabok) and associated Crossover Events, collecting issues published between and including August 31st 2011 — May 25th 2016.


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