Justice League Quarterly

Justice League Quarterly (JLQ) was a quarterly American comic book series published by DC Comics from Winter 1990 to Winter 1994; it lasted 17 issues. It had a variable cast, pulling from the Justice League membership. The title centred on short stories featuring a differing number of characters, often solo stories, and in later issues often featured a pin-up section of members of the Justice League. Various writers and artists have worked on the title.

Justice League Quarterly
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PublisherDC Comics
FormatOngoing series
Publication date1990 – 1994
No. of issues17
Main character(s)Justice League
Creative team
Created byKeith Giffen
J.M. DeMatteis
Written byvarious

Featured characters (by frequency of appearance)

Five or more issues

Up to five issues

Single issue

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