May Contest!  |  Add New Content  |  Top Issues  |  Register  |  Marketplace  |  Forums  |  Request a Feature  |  Help  |  Mobile  |  Home


Register for free
Social Media: Facebook Twitter Tumblr

  Search by Cover Date

  Story Arcs
  Public Collections
  Public User Lists

Last 10 titles added:
  1. Guidebook to the Marvel ...
  2. The Rise of the Antichri...
  3. Angeli Arbitrium (2015)
  4. Marvel Universe Ultimate...
  5. Ultimate Spider-Man Web-...
  6. Peanuts: The Snoopy Spec...
  7. Reuse@ (2015)
  8. Silk (2016)
  9. Venom Space Knight (2016...
  10. Dark Knight Universe Pre...
   View All

Last 10 creators added:
  1. Woo Dae Shim
  2. Shim Dae Woo
  3. Yohann Schepacz
  4. Michael Baytion
  5. Richard Healey
  6. Jeff Adams
  7. Brandon Russell
  8. Mark Castanon
  9. Andy McVittie
  10. Jenny Tran
   View All

Last 10 characters added:
  1. Stakeout (Transformers)(...
  2. Mane, Dr. Tyson
  3. Chairman (Top Cow)(Pre-R...
  4. Abraxis (Top Cow)
  5. Burch (Top Cow)
  6. The Crossblood™
  7. Lord Nin-Azu
  8. Nin-Azu
  9. Agent Ramirez
  10. Agent North
   View All

JLA (1997) - #53
"It Takes a Thief"
DC Comics

Change this cover
or add a variant
Mark Waid

Bryan Hitch

Paul Neary

Laura DePuy

Ken Lopez

Dan Raspler
Stephen Wacker

Cover Artist(s):
Laura DePuy
Bryan Hitch
Paul Neary

Rating (out of 10):
from 4 votes

You must be logged in to vote!

Other members' collections
  This issue is in 345 collections.

  This issue is available for sale/trade

Edit this Issue
Clone this Issue
View this issue's contribution history
Clone the creators of this issue
Clone the characters of this issue
Suggest a podcast for this issue


Search for 'JLA' on Amazon

Cover Date: June 2001
Cover Price: US $ 2.25

Issue Tagline: World's Newest Super-Heroes!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue

Story Arc(s):    Add/remove story arcs to this issue

Scientists from the sixth dimension explain to the JLA why/how they were split into their hero/civilian identities. A sentient energy, "Id", is traveling the world granting wishes to anyone anywhere. Eel O'Brien gathers the civilians to take back their identities. When the aliens capture Id, they intend to use it as a weapon.

Reprinted/Collected in:
JLA (1997) Deluxe Edition TPB vol. 05
JLA (1997) TPB vol. 08
JLA (2001) #6

Characters:    Add/remove characters to this issue
An image for Aquaman (DC)(Post Crisis)(01-Arthur 'Orin' Curry) exists Aquaman (DC)(Post Crisis)(01-Arthur 'Orin' Curry)
An image for Batman (DC)(03 - Post-Crisis) exists Batman (DC)(03 - Post-Crisis)
An image for Flash (DC)(03 - Wally West) exists Flash (DC)(03 - Wally West)
An image for Green Lantern (DC)(05 - Kyle Rayner) exists Green Lantern (DC)(05 - Kyle Rayner)
Detective John Jones (02 - J'onn J'onzz)
An image for Clark Joseph Kent (DC)(Post Crisis) exists Clark Joseph Kent (DC)(Post Crisis)
  An image for Martian Manhunter (DC) exists Martian Manhunter (DC)
An image for Linda Jasmine Park-West exists Linda Jasmine Park-West
An image for Alfred Thaddeus Crane Pennyworth (DC)(Post Crisis) exists Alfred Thaddeus Crane Pennyworth (DC)(Post Crisis)
An image for Plastic Man (Quality/DC) exists Plastic Man (Quality/DC)
An image for Superman (DC)(Post Crisis)(01 - Clark Kent) exists Superman (DC)(Post Crisis)(01 - Clark Kent)
An image for Wonder Woman (DC)(Post Crisis)(01 - Diana) exists Wonder Woman (DC)(Post Crisis)(01 - Diana)

Groups:    Add/remove groups to this issue
Justice League of America (DC)

Reviews: There are no reviews for this issue. - Add your review

Multiple Stories in this Issue

Add a story to this issue

Multiple stories do not exist for this issue.


© 2005-2015 - Terms and Conditions - Privacy Policy Special thanks to Brian Wood for the logo design