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Looking for the Justice League (?) comic book that has the cover page mentioning the Coronavirus (?)

This is Justice League Volume 4 #9 (fandom link) IN DEEPEST SPACE LURK...THE CORONAVORES! The cover shows Superman beset by one of the said creatures. Cover artists are Jim Cheung and Tomeu Morey. (...
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Why aren't Martian Manhunter and Green Lantern in Justice League (2017) movie?

Green Lantern GL's non-presence was discussed with the studio's bigwigs (Greg Silverman, president of creative development Warner Bros and DC producer Charles Roven) in an interview with Entertainment ...
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What is the difference between the Justice Society and the Justice League?

The Justice Society of America is the Golden Age version of the Justice League of America. A collection of heroes who banded together during World War II to help fight against enemies of all types and ...
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What were the votes for Hawkgirl to remain in the Justice League?

The vote was 3-2 in favor of her staying. From context clues in the episodes "Wake the Dead" and "Star Crossed" we know that Flash was for her. Wonder Woman was against her. GL ...
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What are the Justice League members’ weaknesses?

This has also been covered somewhat in the animated movie Justice League: Doom, where Batman's computer is hacked by Mirror Man after hiding in the rear view mirror of his Batmobile. Cyborg plays a ...
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Who is the seventh person in the "Unite the Seven?"

We've already seen six of the seven classic comicbook members of the Justice League; Superman (Henry Cavill), Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), The Flash (Ezra Miller), Cyborg (Ray ...
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Has Neil Gaiman's Sandman ever appeared in a Justice League comic?

The Daniel-incarnation of the Sandman makes a guest apperance in JLA #22-23.
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1970s (?) JLA story with Superman frozen

This is Action Comics #443. Published in 1975, the story has various baddies (including Grodd, Chronos and Brainiac) plotting against the Justice League of America. Superman gets frozen. Elongated ...
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Did the Justice League poster intentionally use the same style as a graphic novel collection?

The poster is an homage to Alex Ross, who has done the artwork for many DC comics, and that one on the comic cover was done by him. This article shows that there are many comparisons, and confirms ...
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What are the Justice League members’ weaknesses?

The basic scenario behind this was covered in the JLA: Tower of Babel storyline, as Jason Baker's comment mentioned. As with most such storylines, plausibility has to be stretched in order to maintain ...
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Why aren't Martian Manhunter and Green Lantern in Justice League (2017) movie?

Their powers are CGI heavy and would be very costly to animate correctly. Martian Manhunter is a shapeshifter. Take away his shapeshifting and you basically have a green guy with super strenght with ...
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Who is this "character" who gets mentioned in Justice League?

Based on the comics: "Mother" is just the box itself. There are no "daughter boxes" but the mother boxes are occasionally referred to as just "mother" in the Fourth World corner of the D.C. universe....
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Has Wonder Woman ever gone rogue?

To the best of my knowledge, Wonder Woman has never spent a significant amount of time under the control of another being, nor has she been compelled to act in service of an evil person. This isn't ...
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Who is this "character" who gets mentioned in Justice League?

"Mother" is used to refer to Heggra, Steppenwolf's mother who (per the original script) is trapped in the Mother Boxes and whose energy is what powers them. Heggra created Cyborg, hence why ...
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How was Batman able to find out the strengths & weaknesses of the members of JLA?

Batman learned of their weaknesses by being on missions with them for years and seeing them react to whatever stimuli is needed to trigger that weakness. He's not called the World's Greatest Detective ...
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What does Aquaman steal from the Batcave?

We can see it here. It appears to be a black (what else?) Leatherman multitool
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Who is the seventh person in the "Unite the Seven?"

Green Lantern is often listed as the seventh major member. However, he has been confirmed to not be in Justice League Part 1. “Every beat of the movie is not yet worked out. So there’s the ...
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What is the difference between the Justice League and the Justice League of America?

Nothing: functionally there is no difference in the comic save for the removal of the "of America." The Justice League of America was the comic's working title since its inception in 1960. ...
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How could Batman see the parademons in his nightmare?

TLDR This was not a premonition or a dream I believe that the "dream sequence" was actually memories from the Flash that came back in time. Flash was not referring to Superman as the "him" in this ...
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Will this character appear in the Justice League movie?

At the end of the movie there is a definite hint that Plus there is a rather large comic series called
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How did Batman know Zatanna wiped his memory?

It's never explicitly stated so far as I know, but Batman's whole thing is catching onto things that don't seem right and putting together the pieces to figure them out so it wouldn't be at all ...
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What laws do superheroes in the DC universe follow when going to other countries?

Some later comics about the Justice League International actually answer this. This DC team is literally sponsored by the United Nations, follows laws that make it so they generally only intervene in ...
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Has Batman ever been the dictator?

Superman/Batman: Absolute Power Although not an example of Batman as THE Dictator, it is an example of him as a dictator. Absolute Power was a story arc in the Superman/Batman comic books series. The ...
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Can these characters be mind-controlled by Poison Ivy?

Poison Ivy, at the very least, is able to control Superman as seen here: Source: Batman #611 (March, 2003)
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What song is Wonder Woman humming in the "Justice League" S2 episode - "Eclipsed"?

Spoilers for part 2 of that episode. It's the song the Ophidians (snake-men) were singing when creating the Heart of Darkness. You can hear them chanting in the video below (2'55), and Mophir talks ...
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Is there an official reason why J'onn J'onzz, The Martian Manhunter, was not seen in the 1970s and 80s "Superfriends" cartoons?

He wasn't popular at that time. TvTropes entry for Superfriends. The Martian Manhunter is the only one of the core seven that didn't appear on the show. The character had been written out of the ...
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Identify a Justice League character that can control glass

The scene you describe resonates with me as one involving the super villain Queen of the Royal Flush Gang. The moment took place in the Justice League adventure Wild Cards (battling the fiendish game ...
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When did members of the Justice League pull the Earth with Wonder Woman's lasso?

I'm almost certain the panel below is the one you're looking for, but I can't seem to find what comic it was from.
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Can a power ring leave a wielder?

There's some evidence that yes, they can. Unfortunately, all the evidence I've seen so far isn't directly from the DCAU. On screen, the concept of a power ring leaving it's wielder is mentioned by ...
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