Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Justice League of America and The Avengers in: "Banished and Betrayed!"



Continued from yesterday's cover, it's time to let the whole teams in on the action.  Both of these groups have gone through numerous roster changes over the years, but I never get tired of reading stories that feature their original line ups, or at least those members that joined within the first couple of years.

The JLA and Avengers have crossed paths before on the Blog... Once in the League's first headquarters and once in my first 100-Page Giant...

9 comments:

AirDave said...

Wow! Awesome!
It took awhile to notice: with The Avengers, The Hulk was gone by the third issue. Then, Cap's Avengers took over pretty quickly, with Black Panther joining, then Hercules and Giant Man and Wasp either sticking around or returning...

Rob Collier said...

Damn Avengers. Doing the JLA like that? Though, I wouldn't be surprised since they would do something like that. Stepping on Utopia and causing tension and starting the Avengers vs X-Men war, anyone?

Cary Comic said...

Who framed you, Wonder Woman?

Well, let's pretend this is a game of Clue (life-or-death edition). I'll start off by saying: it was the Scarlet Centurion, in the 41st century, using android doubles created by Dr. Destiny's materioptikon!

Matthew Baugh said...

I'm guessing this was the work of the Space Phantom.

Sonofjack Well said...

Love this cover! The JLA portion was taken from one of my all-time favorite Justice League stories. Adding the Avengers this way was brilliant.

Dale Bagwell said...

Love the cover and how you laid it out Ross. Very well-done.
As cool and interesting as this particular scenario is though, I gotta' call bull$h!t. As much I as love and respect the Avengers, The League's just way too powerful to let the Avengers do this to them. Unless Tony and Hank came up with a device to temporarily neutralize the Leaguers' powers, I don't see this happening, and that's even with Cap leading the team.

As for who framed them, my guess, besides the good suggestion of Space Phantom, is probably a team up of Kang and maybe Dr. Destiny.

Ken Roskos said...

They may be Skrulls, disguised as the Avengers.

Anonymous said...

@ Dale: Scarlet Centurion = Kang.

Dale Bagwell said...

Oh I know;)

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