The Justice League is a fictional superhero team from DC Comics, created in 1960. Comprising iconic characters like Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman, and Martian Manhunter, the team is formed to combat threats beyond the capabilities of individual heroes. The Hall of Justice serves as their headquarters. With a rotating leadership and an expanding roster that includes various superheroes, the Justice League faces formidable foes, including supervillains and otherworldly threats. The team has been adapted into animated series, films, and comics, becoming a symbol of heroism and collaboration. The Justice League’s cultural impact extends to major crossover events in DC Comics and its representation of unity in the face of global challenges.