A team of superheroes united in a Justice League. You can see members of the League on the pages of comic magazines published by DC Comics.
The team’s composition has changed several times over the years and included dozens of famous characters. You can get to know them better with these Justice League coloring pages.
Printable Justice League Coloring Pages
You’ve probably all heard of the Justice League, more precisely, the Justice League of America. But do you know the origins?
They got together to fight Starro, the conqueror… a giant starfish. After two more appearances in The Brave and the Bold, the League got its magazine in October 1960.
In Justice League of America #9, released in February 1962, readers learned how the famous team was formed with Green Arrow, a recruit since April 1961.
Originally based on the Justice Society principle, the team members were separated to carry out missions independently. And if you don’t know what the Justice Society is, I’ll certainly talk about it next time.
Over the years, the League grew, moved to a satellite, and became one of the largest, if not the largest, group in the DC Universe.
They welcomed more and more new members, changing the leading group, sometimes returning to the seven founding members. For example, in January 1997, Grant MORRISON and Howard PORTER relaunched the group on a new monthly basis.
And to get you started in the comic book universe and not get lost in the plethora of different comics, I’m going to give you some Justice League comics to start your journey and prepare you for the release of Zack Snyder’s Justice League.