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The Justice League was an organization comprised of the world's greatest superheroes. Together, they act as stalwart protectors of all sentient life dedicated to fighting crime and injustice, and act as Earth's first line of defense from terrestrial, extra-terrestrial and inter-dimensional threats.

Incident Reports

Before Arkham Asylum Incident

At some point before the Joker's takeover of Arkham Asylum, Commissioner James Gordon uncovered a hide out of the Injustice Gang.

Before Arkham Knight Incident

At some point, more heroes start to appear in the Arkhamverse with Superman already being established to the public as Militia Soldiers comment on him and as well some of the fire fighters.

After The Knightfall Protocol

Following the supposed death of Batman, the rest of the League continued their operations. Some point after the Knightfall Protocol, Batman returned to fight crime as the “Demon Bat”. Eventually, Batman came in contact with the Man Of Steel, Superman for the first time. Superman, having heard about the demon bat sightings, extended an invitation for Batman to join, which he accepted. As time passes the Hall of Justice is constructed in Metropolis as well more heroes such as Flash, Green Lantern and Wonder Woman join the Justice League.

Before Metropolis Invasion

Sometime during the 5 years before the invasion of Metropolis by Brainiac, the Justice League had fought the Sinestro Corps and Batman recovered a yellow lantern from the aftermath of the fight for his contingency plan against Green Lantern.

Kill the Justice League Incident

Five years later, they became subject to a kill-order by Amanda Waller, the leader of the Suicide Squad, after all but Wonder Woman and initially the Flash came under the control of Brainiac during his invasion of Metropolis. Using technology created to counter-act each brainwashed hero's abilities, or in Batman's case having his own Fear Toxin turned against him, the Suicide Squad successfully managed to kill each of the converted members of the League one by one, except for Wonder Woman, who not only remained unaffected by the brainwashing but was also killed by the brainwashed Superman. Currently the bodies of the dead Justice League members, except Diana's, were collected by Brainiac and taken back to the Skull Ship for currently unknown purposes.

Known Members


  • Batman is known to have an interactive exhibit in Metropolis known as "The Batman Experience" that gives visitors an abridged look into four specific moments in Bruce's life as Batman, these being the night Joker took over Arkham Asylum, the night Joker died in Arkham City, Scarecrow's and the Arkham Knight's attack on Gotham resulting in Batman's identity being revealed and finally the day Superman offered Bruce Wayne a place within the Justice League, resulting in Bruce coming back into the public eye as Batman.
    • Wonder Woman likewise has an exhibit outside the Hall of Justice to referencing her heritage, while Superman has a golden statue dedicated to him in Centennial Park.
  • In the Arkhamverse currently only five known heroes make up the Justice League, with no indication that other superheroes such as regular League members Aquaman and Martian Manhunter are either a part of or are being considered to join the League.
  • On Earth-2, Hal Jordan and Wally West replace John and Barry in the League, while Diana is their leader instead of Superman.
  • Every member of the Justice League is currently deceased.
  • Everyone on the League is called a metahuman, however only the Flash can be considered an actual metahuman:
    • Batman is the only "normal" human on the team, possessing no superhuman powers and relies on gadgets and his own skills when fighting crime.
    • Green Lantern's powers come from his ring, a piece of alien technology.
    • Superman is an alien whose powers come from being exposed to Earth's yellow sun.
    • Wonder Woman is a demigod, being the only one born with her powers without having to go through a process to gain them.
  • Batman had a hard time adjusting to being part of the League, with Superman and Wonder Woman advising him to not take all burdens on himself and to have faith in the team. However, he is more willing to work with the League and as part of a team overall, after having pushed away members of the Bat Family during the City of Fear incident.


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