Justice is served in a colossal portion, with this 1960s-2000s DC Justice League of America comic book hoard. Super-Hero comics boomed in the 1940s Gold Age, as a much needed escape from the trials of war. As prosperity bloomed in the 1950s, the super-hero genre went into a downward spiral. That is, until DC revised the Flash in the late-'50s, ushering in the Silver Age. Things really got cooking when DC rolled out the Justice League of America, just before the calendar turned a page at the end of 1960. Costumed heroes were hot again, and Marvel quickly got into the act with The Fantastic Four, Spider-Man and The Avengers, and boom times returned. Super-Heroes have stayed in vogue over the past sixty years, and are now more popular than ever. The JLA is a big part of the success!
This beefy selection of (500+) JLA related comics is highlighted by an original 1960-1987 Justice League of America near run of (259/261) plus all (3) Annuals; and (39) duplicates; for a grand total of (301) first series books ranging (60% VG-FN to VF-NM, 30% GD to VG, 10% lesser). The (2) issues absent from the near run, are #1 and #2. While the run is complete for issues #3 through #261, #4 is coverless with a detached first page that is included.
Also present are (225) 1980s-2000s JLA related books ranging (80% FN to NM, 20% VG to VG-FN) with: (125) 1987-1996 Justice League/JL International/JL America with #1; (37) 1989-1994 Justice League Europe; (19) All-Star Squadron with #1; and (44) 1980s-2000s miscellaneous.
Bonus: The Brave and The Bold #30 with the third appearance of the Justice League of America (FR) with extensive tape repair.
Due to considerable weight, this lot will incur a significant shipping fee.