10 Insane Alternate Versions Of The Justice League You Won't Believe Exist

There's more than one Justice League thanks to DC's Multiverses & some of them are truly insane.

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You may think you know the Justice League, but the superhero team-up of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, and many others have appeared in vastly different forms over the years. Whether in animation, on television, or within the pages of comic books, the Justice League has seen some crazy alternate versions since the team first appeared in 1960.

DC may not have invented the concept of recreating their heroes in an alternate timeline or universe, but they certainly perfected it. Not only has DC made dozens of versions of most of their characters, they needed a Crisis on Infinite Earths to sort it out.

Even with that series behind them, DC continued to create alternate versions of characters with many existing as mirror images of the ones we know and love.

If you've ever wondered what would happen if Superman decided to abandon heroism and give evil a try, there's an alternate version of that. Need a Justice League composed entirely of villains? DC took care of it years ago.

After decades of publishing books containing alternate characters and teams, DC came up with some insane versions of the Justice League you may have never heard of...

10. The Super Enemies

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DC didn't keep their multiverse limited to the comics, the animated series, Superfriends from 1973-86 also delved into the concept. As you might expect, the team known as the Superfriends had evil counterparts called, the Super Enemies... it was a kid's show.

Unlike their heroic counterparts, the Super Enemies have no morals and are evil, mirrored versions of the Superfriends. The team consists of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Robin, Aquaman, Zan, Jayna, and Gleek and yes, they are all evil!

They are based out of the Hall of Evil (instead of the Hall of Justice) and other members were seen, but not heard in the episode "Universe of Evil" including an evil version of the Wonder Twins.

As this was a kid's show in the '70s, the Super Enemies never explored the depths of their amoral depravity like they would today. Perhaps they will return one day in another cartoon with the intent of wreaking their evil, villainous ways upon the true Justice League!


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