The Legion of Doom is one of the most gloriously perfect concepts and names in all of comics. Whereas the Justice League represents the purest heroic ideal, the Legion of Doom (originating in the Super-Friends cartoon) is pure villain. Just watch these bad guys and gals wreak havoc during roll call!
Below you’ll find a complete guide to the (surprisingly sparse) array of villain team-ups under the banner of the Legion of Doom, Injustice League, or Society of Super-Villains. I’ve annotated which group name applies to the various series (LoD signifies Legion of Doom, for example), but in general, they’re groups of totally awesome DC Villains united in their efforts to thwart those pesky do-gooders.
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DC Villains Comic Book Reading Order
The Secret Society of Super-Villains Vol. 1
Collects: The Secret Society Of Super-Villains #1-10 And Material From The Amazing World Of Dc Comics #11
Secret Society of Super-Villains Vol. 2
Collects: The Secret Society Of Super-Villains #11 To #17
Collects: Justice League Of America #166 To #168
Collects: Super Powers #1-6
Collects: Justice League International #23
Legion and Injustice League of the 90’s
Collects: Jla #10 To #15
Collects: Jla #36 To #41
Collects: Extreme Justice #17 To #18
The Society Grows During the 2000’s
Collects: Villains United #1 To #6, Villains United: Infinite Crisis Special
Villains United kicks of the resurgence of “The Society” and also sets the stage for Secret Six. While not quite inside the realm of Legion of Doom, Secret Six is also well worth the time of any DC Villain lovers.
Collects: Infinite Crisis #1 To #7
Justice League of America: The Injustice League
Collects: Jla Wedding Special #1 And Justice League Of America #13-16
Collects: Salvation Run #1 To #7
Collects: Teen Titans #98 To #100
Superboy Prime brings the Legion of Doom heat to the Teen Titans door.
Legion of Doom During The New 52 and DC Rebirth
Collects: Flashpoint Legion Of Doom #1 To #3
Collects: Forever Evil #1 To #7
Collects: Deathstroke #25
During an attempt to seemingly cash-in on heroism (with his own little super-team and everything!) Slade gets a calling card from the Society.
Justice League by Scott Snyder
Collects: Justice League #1-6
Scott Snyder has confirmed that every fifth issue (or so) will be written by James Tynion IV from the Legion of Doom’s perspective.
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