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Justice League of America


High Value: $8,000

Minimum Value: $96

Justice League of America #2 (1961)

Picture this, dear reader! The world of man is suddenly halted as all technology goes dark. What's going on, you ask? Well, the Justice League of America have banded together to get to the bottom of this mysterious occurrence! They quickly realize that magic may hold the answer they seek and summon the great wizard, Merlin. Through his powers, they journey to an alternate dimension known as Magic-Land where they come face-to-face with the dastardly Simon Magus!

It's a battle of magic and might as the Justice League put their powers to the test against the evil sorcerer and his minions. In a race against time, they must gather three parchments containing the spell to reverse the natural order and restore balance to the Earth and Magic-Land. With the help of Merlin and their own magical abilities, the League emerges triumphant and restores order to the world once more.

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High Value: $3,900

Minimum Value: $46

Justice League of America #5 (1961)

In Justice League of America #5 (1961), we see an intriguing story unfold where the Green Arrow is put on trial by the rest of the Justice League. Accusations of betrayal fly as the Emerald Archer stands accused of aiding their foes. Batman, Superman, and Snapper Carr serve as the judges of this case. What follows is a thrilling fight between the League and their enemies, during which Green Arrow fires three arrows that lead to a blinding explosion of light. Flash and Wonder Woman are left stunned, while Green Arrow and the villains disappear.

The plot thickens when Green Arrow seemingly betrays the League again by joining forces with other villains. This time, Green Lantern, Aquaman, and Martian Manhunter find themselves in the middle of the action which culminates in yet another explosion, and more questions about Green Arrow's true motivations. Will justice be served, or were the heroes too quick to judge the Green Arrow?

Gardner Fox's expert storytelling not only provides an action-packed read, but there's also a deeper moral lesson in this tale. We learn that judging someone's actions without seeing things from their perspective can lead to false accusations and misunderstandings. Ultimately, this classic comic book proves that things are not always as they seem and that we should keep an open mind before jumping to conclusions.

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High Value: $2,800

Minimum Value: $34

Justice League of America #8 (1962)

Enter the exciting world of JLA with issue #8, where the Justice League finds themselves in perilous danger. When petty crook Pete Ricketts discovers a device that gives him control over those exposed to it, he sets his sights on selling the Justice League to criminals! What ensues is a thrilling battle of wits between the JLA and the underworld ganglords, as Ricketts auctions off each hero to the highest bidder. With beloved members of the League rendered helpless, it's up to honorary team member "Snapper" Carr to come up with a plan to save the day. If you possess this iconic comic book or others in your collection, Comics Into Cash is here to provide you with a fair appraisal or purchase your collection from you. Trust in our reputation and knowledge of the comic book world to find the right price for your collection.

High Value: $1,400

Minimum Value: $17

Justice League of America #19 (1963)

In Justice League of America #19 (1963), the JLAers find themselves in a precarious situation as they are falsely accused of committing crimes by their evil doppelgangers. The imposters use their super powers to commit these heinous acts, and as a result, the JLA is forced to leave Earth. While in space, the JLA discovers that they all had dreams of super versions of themselves, which ultimately led them to devise a plan to confront their evil counterparts. The JLA is imprisoned and submerged deep inside the earth, but with their combined willpower, they are able to escape and ultimately triumph over their foes. This comic is a thrilling read that showcases the strength and resilience of the Justice League.

High Value: $1,400

Minimum Value: $17

Justice League of America #16 (1962)

In Justice League of America #16 (1962), Wonder Woman, Green Arrow, and Atom set out to investigate a strange occurrence in Three Corners. Upon arrival, they find themselves helplessly dancing alongside the townspeople to music that seems to be controlling them. The heroes are powerless as a bank robbery takes place, but with the help of Wonder Woman's Lasso of Truth, they discover the source of the music and put a stop to it. Meanwhile, Green Lantern, J'onn J'onzz, and Batman encounter their own dancing hijinks and must use their powers to regain control. Aquaman, Flash, and Superman face similar struggles on a riverboat before finally joining forces with the others to take down the mastermind behind it all, the Maestro. Though it all turns out to be a hypothetical scenario, the story leaves the Justice League of America shaken and contemplating their own weaknesses. If you have a copy of this comic, reach out to us for a free appraisal or to sell your collection - at Comics Into Cash, we guarantee a fair price for your valuable comics!

High Value: $780

Minimum Value: $9

Justice League of America #31 (1964)

possession of the alien machine and the time-displacing golden hoops. If you're the owner of Justice League of America #31 from 1964, then you may have a valuable addition to your collection. Contact us at Comics Into Cash for a free appraisal or to sell your collection for a fair price. Trust us to be knowledgeable in the world of comic books and provide a reputable service.

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