Justice League Beyond
The Justice League Beyond as seen in The Multiversity Guidebook (2015)
Group publication information
PublisherDC Comics
First appearance"The Call, Part 1" (Batman Beyond) (November 2000)
Created byPaul Dini, Alan Burnett, Rich Fogel and Hilary J. Bader
In-story information
Member(s)See below
Justice League Beyond
Cover of Justice League Beyond #1 (February 2012).
Art by Dustin Nguyen.
Series publication information
FormatOngoing series
Publication date(Volume 1)
February – December 2012
August 2013 – July 2014
Number of issuesVolume 1:
Main character(s)See below
Creative team
Writer(s)Volume 1:
Derek Fridolfs
Christos Gage
Artist(s)Volume 1:
Dustin Nguyen
Iban Coello
Penciller(s)Volume 1:
Alvaro Martinez
Dexter Soy
Colorist(s)Randy Mayor
Creator(s)Volume 1:
Derek Fridolfs
Dustin Nguyen
Randy Mayor
Christos Gage

Justice League Beyond, also known as Justice League Unlimited or JLU, is a fictional superhero team appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. First appearing in the Batman Beyond episode "The Call, Part 1" (November 2000), the Justice League Beyond originally featured Batman, Aquagirl, Green Lantern, Micron and Warhawk, eventually being joined by more prominent members like Superman and Static. The team consists of superheroes of the 21st century.[1]

Publication history

The Justice League Beyond series began in February 2012, being written by Derek Fridolfs and with art by Dustin Nguyen. The series was initially released as a digital comic, before being released physically as a part of the Batman Beyond Universe series.[2] It concluded in December 2012.

In August 2013, the second volume, known as Justice League Beyond 2.0, began releasing digitally, before also being released physically with Batman Beyond Universe.[2] It concluded in July 2014.

The series received multiple physical graphic novel releases, including Konstriction[3], In Gods We Trust[4] and Justice Lords Beyond.[5]


Members listed in alphabetical order:

Other versions

Hush Beyond

In a possible future, the roster consists of Superman (Clark Kent), Aquagirl (Mareena), Big Barda, Green Lantern (Kai-Ro), Micron, Warhawk (Rex Stewart), and formerly Batman (Bruce Wayne).[8]

Futures End

Main article: The New 52: Futures End

In a possible future, the roster consists of Superman (Jonathan Kent), Aquagirl (Mareena), Big Barda, Green Lantern (Kai-Ro), Micron, Warhawk (Rex Stewart), and formerly Superman (Clark Kent).[9]

Collected editions

Title Issues collected Release date ISBN
Justice League Beyond: Konstriction Batman Beyond Unlimited #1-10

Justice League Beyond #1-16

May 21, 2013[3] ISBN 978-1401240233
Justice League Beyond: In Gods We Trust Batman Beyond Unlimited #10-17

Justice League Beyond #17-25

Superman Beyond #11-20

March 18, 2014[4] ISBN 978-1401247546
Justice League Beyond 2.0: Power Struggle Batman Beyond Universe #1-8

Justice League Beyond 2.0 #1-16

October 7, 2014[10] ISBN 978-1401250737
Batman Beyond 2.0 Vol. 2: Justice Lords Beyond Batman Beyond Universe #9-12

Batman Beyond 2.0 #17-24

Justice League Beyond 2.0 #17-24

March 17, 2015[5] ISBN 978-1401254643

In other media


The Justice League Beyond originally appeared in the Batman Beyond episode "The Call, Part 1", before appearing in numerous comics also set in the DC Animated Universe.[11]


  1. ^ The main Justice League Beyond continuity is Earth 12.
  1. ^ "Justice League Beyond: Who's Who in the DCAU Future Team". CBR. 2020-08-01. Retrieved 2021-09-25.
  2. ^ a b "Comics". DC. Retrieved 2021-09-25.
  3. ^ a b "JUSTICE LEAGUE BEYOND: KONSTRICTION". DC. 2021-03-16. Retrieved 2021-09-25.
  4. ^ a b "JUSTICE LEAGUE BEYOND: IN GODS WE TRUST". DC. 2021-03-16. Retrieved 2021-09-25.
  5. ^ a b "BATMAN BEYOND 2.0: JUSTICE LORDS BEYOND". DC. 2014-11-17. Retrieved 2021-09-25.
  6. ^ Derek Fridolfs (w), Dustin Nguyen (a). (({title))} Justice League Beyond 24 (November 2012)
  7. ^ "Justice League Beyond Members". Comic Vine. 2021-09-25.
  8. ^ Adam Beechen (w), Ryan Benjamin (a). Hush Beyond, Part I: History Repeats Batman Beyond Vol 3 1 (August 2010), DC Comics
  9. ^ Dan Jurgens (w), Bernard Chang (a). City of Yesterday, Part Two Batman Beyond Vol 5 9 (April 2016), DC Comics
  10. ^ "JUSTICE LEAGUE BEYOND 2.0: POWER STRUGGLE". DC. 2021-03-16. Retrieved 2021-09-25.
  11. ^ "The FUTURE Justice League Returns to DC's Universe". ScreenRant. 2019-10-16. Retrieved 2021-09-25.