After DC Comics created the Justice League of America -- featuring Superman, Aquaman, Batman, Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, and Wonder Woman -- Lee was tasked to create his own superhero team to compete with its success.
What does JLA stand for?
JLA stands for Justice League of America (comics; also seen as JLOA)
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 44 other meanings of JLA in our Acronym Attic
- Junior League of Alexandria
- Junior League of Annapolis
- Junior League of Arlington
- Junior League of Asheville
- Junior League of Athens
- Junior League of Atlanta
- Junior League of Augusta (Georgia)
- Junior League of Austin
- Justice League Adventures (comic book series)
- Justice League Animated (TV series)
- Japan Legal Aid Association (est. 1952)
- Journal of Latin American Anthropology
- Junior League of Ann Arbor (Ann Arbor, MI)
- Juxtaposition of the Left Atrial Appendage (cardiology)
- Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility
- Jack London Aquatic Center (Oakland, CA)
- Joint Legislative Audit Committee (Arizona)
- Joint Logistics Advisory Council (US DoD)
- Journal of Language and Computation
- Joint Logistics Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration
Samples in periodicals archive:
In 2011, THE 99 team partnered with comic giants DC Comics' Justice League of America in a collaboration that was publicly praised by US President Barack Obama during a summit on entrepreneurship.
But with today's amazing digital graphics, DC and Marvel can have the entire Justice League of America and all the Avengers leaping over skyscrapers and smashing through buildings with a jaw-dropping realism we only dreamed of when comics sold for a dime.
com Followers of the Justice League of America, Black Bart, Super Squad and other All-Star Comics will relish this third collection providing insider insights into issues and series.
His mixed-up pal Zauriel - a fallen angel and a former member of the Justice League of America - joins in, saying: "We ask you, Lord, to take care of those who have already fallen.
DC Comics was founded in 1935 and is home to Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and the Justice League of America.