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Justice League Comics Available at Your Library

Justice League poster

Justice League hits the theaters this weekend, and fans get to see Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, the Flash, and Cyborg on the big screen together for the first time.

Villains beware!

 

 

Justice League, Vol 1: Origin cover

Justice League, Vol 1: Origin by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee

The latest definitive origin story of the Justice League are presented in this comics event. This is the story you need to read if you want more of the characters from the movie and are new to DC Comics. Then you'll be ready to branch off into collections of your favorite characters' stories or continue along with Justice League titles.

Aquaman, Vol 1: The Trench cover

Aquaman, Vol 1: The Trench by Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis

Speaking of favorite characters, I'm hoping Jason Momoa as Aquaman will steal the show. If you're so inclined, check out this first volume of the latest Aquaman ongoing series to see more Atlantis, Mera, sea monsters and telepathic fish powers.

Justice League, Vol 1: The Extinction Machines cover

Justice League, Vol 1: The Extinction Machines by Bryan Hitch

The first collection of Justice League stories from the DC Universe Rebirth launch throws you right into the action with some new teammates. When you're finished, there are hundreds more new DC Comics graphic novels available from your library through Hoopla!

Cyborg, Vol 1: Unplugged  cover

Cyborg, Vol 1: Unplugged by David Walker and Ivan Reis

Have questions about Cyborg and his tech? This collection helps explain Vic Stone's story, plus you get aliens and lots of sci-fi battles. Booyah.

Rough Justice: The DC Comics Sketches of Alex Ross cover

Rough Justice: The DC Comics Sketches of Alex Ross by Alex Ross

As celebrated as grand superhero storylines are, half of the magic of comic books is in the art. This sketchbook pulls together the realistically styled work of artist Alex Ross, whose masterpieces include Justice, Kingdom Come, Earth X, and Marvels.

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Emily Williams

I was born in the Boston area, but have lived in Oklahoma for almost 20 years. I attended Oklahoma State University and received a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and then studied at the University of Oklahoma to get my Masters in Library and Information Studies. My husband and I adopted a retired racing greyhound who is actually super lazy. I paint pet portraits, read comic books, love hiking, and watch a lot of sci-fi television.

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