This is a version of the Justice League, based on the animated TV show of the same name. DC hadn't yet adopted the "animated" style of comics book art, but the comics are in the same vein as later animated universe titles. They are more child friendly, and are in their own continuity. Some will love that, some will close their eyes and run away.
This quote from toonpedia ought to give you the idea - click on the quote for more.
...when DC licensed its most famous team to Hanna-Barbera for an animated show on Saturday mornings, it was heavily altered. Maybe that's because it was a time when networks were trying to appease parent action groups by emphasizing so-called positive values like sharing, giving and friendship, rather than the sort of bashing that superheroes are better known for. Or maybe it's because the Justice League as it stood didn't have any kids or dogs in it. Whatever the reason, The Super Friends, as the group was re-named for television, was very different from the version comic book readers were familiar with. Lesser characters, such as Hawkman and Green Arrow — as well as some majors, like The Flash and Green Lantern — were jettisoned in favor of Marvin and Wendy, who were training to become superheroes, and their pet, Wonder Dog. The experienced heroes who did make it in were Superman, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Batman and Robin.
I don't usually know because I haven't checked but in this case I can tell you that these are not ctc. They are 19 pages unless otherwise marked. The last 12 are 27 pages. Oh and that's c2c for those of you who prefer incorrect homophonic abbreviations, or never could get the three two's straight. lol
Wonder Woman used to ride a giant Kangaroo like animal capable of jumping to the moon sometimes in the 1940s, I kid you not.
Evil twins. I love evil twins. Except mine.
My initial seeding may be a bit slow on this except M-F 8:30-4:30 GMT -5 (US Eastern time)