Justice League of America Comic Cover Men's T-Shirt
Wow, the 100% cotton Justice League of America Comic Cover Men's T-Shirt doesn't beat around the bush. Based on the #102 issue of Justice League of America, this issue saw the League try to figure out who has to die in order to save the world! Why? Well, that's just how comics worked back then and let's be honest...you would probably pick up an issue like this because of the insanity!
Featuring the likes of Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Green Lantern, Red Tornado, Superman, Green Arrow, Black Canary, Sandman, Hawkman, Doctor Fate, and the Flash, this sweet slightly distressed Justice League shirt probably asked some hard questions. Considering we don't really see Wesley Dodds around anymore I think we can guess who they picked!
Yes, this Justice League of America t-shirt features the cover to Justice League of America Vol. 1 #102, rendered by Nick Cardy.
Release Date: August 17th, 1972
Writer: Len Wein
Penciler: Dick Dillin
Inker: Joe Giella
Synopsis: In this massive DC adventure featuring the 70s iteration of the Justice League, as well as the Justice Society of America and the Seven Soldiers of Victory, someone has to hero-up and stop the Iron Hand's ultimate weapon: a giant freaking hand holding the Earth.
Basically, someone has to utilize a massive weapon against the "nebulous menace." And, if one has to utilize an unstable weapon against an extinction-level event referred to as "nebulous menace," you can be pretty sure that unlucky so and do won't be signing any more autographs.
Who made the ultimate sacrifice? Well, I'm not going to spoil it for you, but I can tell you THIS: his/her/its name rhymes with "Bed Fornado." See, I didn't spoil anything!
- Sku: tsjlacomcvr
- Color: Black
- Sleeve Type: Short sleeve
- Licensor: DC
- Style Attributes: Image, Distressed
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Reviews of Justice League of America Comic Cover Men's T-Shirt
Great graphics; thin cotton -which is what I prefer. (It's hot in Florida.)
Wish I could find other iconic covers like this one printed on t shirts