Justice League #37 sees a major villain revealing just how powerful they are by turning an alternate reality into a weapon.
Here are 10 forgotten DC teams actually more powerful than The Justice League!
Blue Beetle turns the tables on Max Lord, and proceeds to systematically alter the events and outcomes of Infinite Crisis, somehow for the worse.
In Justice League #37, the Justice/Doom War reaches a boiling point, and one member of the team makes a heroic sacrifice to help the others.
DC fans have long asked for the release of Zack Snyder's cut of Justice League, but what exactly could this version entail?
Perpetua is looking to tie up loose ends in Justice League #36 by sending one of DC's most sinister cosmic killers to take out Hawkgirl for good.
Justice League #36 just hinted that an equalizer is on the way to stop Perpetua and Lex Luthor's Doom War thanks to the return of a fallen hero.
With the odds seemingly against the Justice League, Batman has unveiled one final trick involving the Hall of Justice.
A new image posted by director Zack Snyder teases a Justice League scene that could have been, featuring Wonder Woman and Darkseid.
Although the Justice League is a perennial presence in the DC world the makeup of the team changes, and these young heroes deserve a shot at glory.
In February, DC's Justice League series will get a new creative team consisting of Robert Venditti, Doug Mahnke Jaime Mendoza and more.
The Justice League is the most iconic team in all of DC Comics, but this ever-changing roster has had some members that weren't worthy of the title.
In Justice League #35, Perpetua made a simple mistake against Hawkgirl that may have doomed the Legion of Doom and the Apex Predator, Lex Luthor.
DC's Justice League has seem some of the greatest events in the history of comic books, but it's also seen some of the worst.
The smallest thing can cause the biggest changes, as DC's Justice League has seen in some of these dark timelines.