App Icon New GraphicAudio Access™ App: MORE INFO

DC Comics
JLA: Exterminators

by Christopher Golden
May 1, 2008
5 Hours
Ages 13+
Superman. Batman. Wonder Woman. The Flash. Green Lantern.
They are the World's Greatest Super Heroes, fighting endlessly against corruption and injustice. Each of them is a formidable opponent of evil, but banded together their powers are unmatched. Ever ready, they stand united as the -


When a mass outbreak of super-powered individuals threatens the world, the JLA determines that latent metahuman abilities are being triggered by an alien contagion, one that's spreading throughout Earth as it transforms its hosts into monstrous engines of destruction. Racing to contain the infection, the world's greatest super heroes link the parasitic plague to an alien invasion from the team's earliest days and make a horrifying discovery: the JLA itself is responsible for the imminent disaster they now face.

Availability: In stock


DC Comics: JLA: Exterminators

Purchase Options


* Required Fields

Director & Cast

Director Richard Rohan
Starring Richard Rohan, James Konicek, Colleen Delany, David Coyne, Thomas Penny, Eric Messner, Michael Glenn andy Clemence, Peter Stray, M.B. Van Dorn, Barbara Pinolini, Bruce Rauscher, Nanette Savard, Terence Aselford, Susan Lynskey, James Lewis, Dylan Lynch, Karen Carbone, Elliot Dash, Elisabeth Demery, Michael John Casey, Michael Replogle, Cate Torre, Greg Reinfeld and Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Dan Sondak
Dialogue Editors Dan Sondak
Sound Designers Dan Sondak and Johann Dettweiler
Additional Original Music Dan Sondak and Johann Dettweiler
Cover Illustrator Alex Ross
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Past, present and future by Neil (Posted on 9/6/2014)
This is an amazing story that shows consequences to the Justice Leagues past without making them villains. As I've come to expect the acting is excellent and this story is on the up side compared to some of the other stories in the DC catalog.
Good adaptation by Robert (Posted on 9/5/2014)
Another solid outing for the GA team. While the story itself has a few flaws, the audio performance is as strong as ever. In fact, there are points where I felt the solidness of vocal cast made this version more enjoyable than my original reading of the text.
Entertaining JLA Audiobook by Timelord007 (Posted on 8/28/2014)
JLS: Exterminators sees the JLA battling against everyday citizens who have been transformed into terrifying monsters & whom become a serious threat to the world.

This full cast narrative audio adaption is tension filled & engaging with only the underuse of Superman & Batman at the story's climax stopping me awarding this 5 stars review.

Overal a enjoyable fast paced audio adventure that delivers a movie in the mind experience.
JLA. Exterminators. by Gavin (Posted on 6/9/2014)
More JLA please. Another excellent production.
Another romp for the JLA team by Marc (Posted on 3/24/2014)
Another great production. This one focuses on Flash and Green lantern, with sprinklings of the heavyweights, eg, Supes, Bats and Wonder Woman.

The story is a bit confusing, but great to have all the heroes under JLA banner, highlighting Star City, Metropolis and the rest.
Absolutely wonderful! by Justin (Posted on 11/29/2013)
I have several other titles in the JLA line, and to hear this many of the League show up was exciting! Every voice actor in this title brings their characters to life in a bold way. The backing audio really puts you in the scene, and the story is phenominal!
The Best JLA Story by Wayne (Posted on 10/12/2013)
This was the best JLA story that I've heard. It brings them all in at the end and it just ends up being an awesome story.
JLA: Exterminators by Manny (Posted on 10/10/2013)
Great action packed story with a super production. Very interesting the inside info on the inner workings of Justice League. Excellent characterizations of classic comic characters. Big thumbs up
Great movie in your mind by Brian (Posted on 8/29/2013)
great action packed book
Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award by AudioFile Magazine (Posted on 8/19/2013)
Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, and Green Lantern, what more could any science-fiction fan want? This stunning production brings them all together as the Justice League series continues, casting our favorite heroes against a strange alien force that is spreading across the Earth at a rapid pace. With eerie background music and realistic sound effects, listening is close to leaping into the pages of a comic book and experiencing the action firsthand. With a talented cast of actors, including James Konicek, Colleen Delany, and Andy Clemence, this production is the best in the series thus far, whisking listeners off to the furthest reaches of the globe and never sounding the slightest bit cheesy. Director Richard Rohan guides the way, striking a balance between the story and the intense action. L.B. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine
Review by Ken Covey (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Another fantastic production by Graphic Audio! "JLA: Exterminators" captures the true feeling of the classic Justice League. Add in some great special effects (the conversation between Flash and Superman while running at high speed is classic!) nonstop action and great vocal talent, and this one is a definite winner!
Review by Eric Erickson (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Pretty good! Really good characterizations and the guys who are playing Wally and Kyle is this series are rocking it. Any critiques I have are with the source material, so nice job GA. Oh and the epilogue on this one gave me chills!
Review by Joe Montreal (Posted on 5/23/2013)
I love the audiobooks. I was hesitant to get a comic book though. this is all the same that i have grown to love with the GA treatment. thanks for bringing the movie in my mind to include comic books!
Review by Lee Klopack (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Not as good as Infinite Crisis or "52" but a good story nonetheless. Keep them coming Graphic Audio!
Review by John Newport (Posted on 5/23/2013)
This wasn't as good as the others. There is a lot of back story that was alluded to and I no clue as to what was totally going on. With more back story I would not have been as lost, I think. However, once the story got moving beyond the back story I was able to get into it.
Review by mitchell nelson (Posted on 5/23/2013)
I have just started listening to the Graphic Audio series; overall I love the theater of the mind. I am an avid old time radio and adventure series fan a tic; and am glad that I found this comic book series for my occasional long drives. The Exterminator is the hardest one to follow however; it gets confusing around the 3 hour of past, present and who and what are happening. Exterminator or parasite is being discussed and or dispatched is very hard to figure out. The acting is very good; although Batman is very annoying and his self righteousness may be his character but I want just to smack him sometime. However, that did not keep me from just buying the Batman at Pilot and ordering over 200 worth of stories today. I would say a 2.5-3.0 rating.
Review by Jill Rayburn (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Great story, and love the voice work and music. I like that this story is about the whole team, and even brings in some of the lesser known members.
Review by Christopher Woods (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Another great one! I like this story and I also like the diversity of having several voices from the JLA involved.
Review by joe campolo (Posted on 5/23/2013)
one of my favorite GA productions, in the span of a single story they cover the complete arc of a hero's backstory all the way to a forced retirement. it's a great story for all the right reasons.

19 Item(s)

Only registered users can write reviews. Please, log in or register