The Justice League is at their finest when they work together as a team to accomplish a common goal, but sometimes you just want to see them slug it out. Everyone loves a superhero cockfight, and so thousands of Dorkly readers turned up to vote on their favorite JL member. Do you feel strongly about a technicality of someone who wasn't really in the Justice League? Should Wally West Flash and Barry Allen Flash should switch places? Let us know why your opinion could beat up our opinion in the comments below!
Though Selina Kyle's allegiances have always been murky, she's been known to play for the good guys in between repeatedly burglarizing Halle Berry's apartment. Recently she earned a spot on the Justice League of America, which sounds more impressive if you ignore that the team was put together by Amanda Waller in order to take down the original Justice League. Moreso than The Joker or even Two-Face, Catwoman represents a dark mirror of what Batman could be if he looked out for himself instead of Gotham City. Don't let Selina hear you defining her character by relation to a man, though -- that whip isn't for lions.
Though he's been around for almost 75 years, Doctor Fate isn't one of the Justice League's super-popular all-stars. Sure, he has abilities ranging from super-strength to magical spells, but you can't go to Target and buy Doctor Fate underwear. Maybe it's because so many people have taken up the mantle. With around a half-dozen different Doctor Fates through the years, it diminishes the name if all you have to do is wear the Helmet of Nabu and get an honorary PhD from the University of Phoenix.
For a while Bruce Wayne was assumed "dead" but he was actually just trapped in time by Darkseid's Omega Sanction (long story) -- in the meantime, the original Robin took over the cape and cowl. Though he was only Batman for a short time, Dick Grayson was memorable for the fun he brought back to Batman. He never went as far as 60s Adam West campiness, but Grayson seemed to relish the swashbuckly nature of superheroism. Wouldn't you also have a permanent smile on your face if you got to solve mysteries and punch out creeps for a living?
One of the original instances of an official Rule 63, over the years Kara Zor-El has become more than just Superman's hot underage cousin. Whereas growing up in Smallville gave Clark Kent an even temperament, Kara eventually evolved a bold and impulsive personality. Unfortunately, this attitude lead to her signing over the movie rights, resulting in 1984's tragic Supergirl movie. If you haven't seen it, imagine your doctor prescribing an apple-sized kryptonite suppository, taken three times a day.
Known for her deadly sonic scream and even deadlier fishnet stockings, Dinah Lance has been a staple of the badass lady team-up group Birds of Prey. She's also a regular at the Justice Society of America, which is sort of like the Justice League only with less vacation days and no catered lunches on Fridays. Green Arrow liked her so much that he put a ring on it, but Dinah dumped him later on because he made too many references to the year 2009.