JLA (1996 series) #24-33 [SET] — Volume 05: Justice For All

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Batman, Superman, the Flash, Wonder Woman and the rest of the JLA face a multitude of threats from all directions.

First the team must battle against the Ultra-Marines, an elite squad of government super beings led by the indestructible General.

Next, the group finds themselves traveling through dimensions and fighting alongside the legendary members of the JSA.

And as Gotham City lays ravaged by an Earthquake, the JLA secretly patrol the area deemed "No Man's Land" by the government, to clandestinely help Batman in his quest to reclaim his home.

 

 

Collecting issues #24-33. 

 


The JLA (1996 series) #24
By Grant Morrison & Howard Porter / John Dell. 
"Executive Action"  The Ultramarine Corps pt 1 (of 3)
When the dormant remains of the Justices League enemy the indestructible Shaggy Man are disturbed, the JLA springs into action, only to be met with defeat. Meanwhile, the United States Government introduces a new team of super soldiers to the world as a new kind of arms race begins.
The JLA (1996 series) #25
By Grant Morrison & Howard Porter / John Dell.
"Scorched Earth"  The Ultramarine Corps pt 2 (of 3)
The unscrupulous General Eiling has successfully sent his Ultra-Marines against the JLA. Now, having taken on the U.S. military's own secret super-team, it's beginning to look like its the World's Greatest Heroes that have gone renegade.
The JLA (1996 series) #26
By Grant Morrison & Howard Porter / John Dell.
"Our Army at War" The Ultramarine Corps pt 3 (of 3)
General Eiling's diabolical plan for world domination stands revealed! He has transplanted his brain into the hulking indestructible body of the Shaggy Man and not even the World's Greatest Heroes may be able to stop him. Plus, what will become of the Ultra-Marines since Superman discovered that their new super powers are actually killing them?
The JLA (1996 series) #27
By Mark Millar & Mark Pajarillo / Walden Wong. 
"The Bigger They Come..."  The JLA vs AMAZO
The JLA's recruitment drive is interrupted when the mighty Amazo awakens. The Justice League quickly assembles but this Amazo possesses all the powers and abilities of every single member of the JLA, making it unbeatable. The only one that can save the day is the Atom?!
The JLA (1996 series) #28
By Grant Morrison & Howard Porter / John Dell. 
“Crisis x 5”  Crisis Times Five pt 1 (of 4)
Hourman has warned the League that they will soon be in conflict with beings from the 5th Dimension. Reports of pink lightning in Keystone City begin to come in. In Chicago, Triumph is trying to sell some items he took from the JLA trophy room when he left. Instead, the people he's trying to sell to try to kill him. In response, he lets a genie named Lkz out of a pen. Lkz tells Triumph he can give him three wishes. Triumph's first wish is to become Triumph again. In Central City, the bank building comes to life and starts smashing things.
The JLA (1996 series) #29
By Grant Morrison & Howard Porter / John Dell. 
"World Turned Upside Down"  Crisis Times Five pt 2 (of 4)
The Denizens of the Fifth Dimension have invaded Earth and the world has turned upside down. Superman's vulnerability to magic makes him a liability, and Captain Marvel isn't about to let him make the ultimate sacrifice. Even if he has to defeat the Man of Steel to do it.
The JLA (1996 series) #30
By Grant Morrison & Howard Porter / John Dell. 
“Worlds Beyond"  Crisis Times Five pt 3 (of 4)
The evil genie LKZ is rampant across our world! Meanwhile, a select JLA squad takes the battle to the genies' other-dimensional home in a desperate attempt to keep our very reality from crumbling. With the JLA, the JSA, and Captain Marvel all in on the action, this has to be the greatest JLA adventure in this or any dimension!
The JLA (1996 series) #31
By Grant Morrison & Howard Porter / John Dell. 
“Gods & Masters"  Crisis Times Five pt 4 (of 4)
Zauriel and Green Lantern Alan Scott attempt to free the Spectre from his mystical prison. Batman and Aquaman take the fight to the man responsible for the chaos – Triumph. Meanwhile, if Captain Marvel and Green Lantern Kyle Rayner fail all will be lost! Don't miss the Earth-shattering conclusion to the biggest JLA/JSA event!
The JLA (1996 series) #32
By Mark Waid & Mark Pajarillo / Walden Wong. 
"Inside Job"   A Batman “No Man's Land” Tie-In
With Gotham City cut off from the rest of the nation and crime running rampant on what's left of its streets, people across the land have wondered what the JLA is going to do about it. That question is answered as Batman's most powerful allies struggle to protect the innocent and punish an unexpected group of foes that is trying to use Gotham's misfortune for its own benefit.
The JLA (1996 series) #33
By Mark Waid & Mark Pajarillo / Walden Wong. 
"Altered Egos"  Batman and The JLA vs. Bruce Wayne
The JLA hunts the man Batman suspects may be responsible for "No Man's Land"...Bruce Wayne? The Dark Knight orders Green Lantern, Barda, Plastic Man, and Steel to track Wayne down, but the Gotham millionaire is nothing if not a wily and quick-thinking opponent (hmmm...wonder why?). Meanwhile, Superman and Wonder Woman are confronted by a man claiming to be the new Flash!