In the never-ending battle for justice, legal soldiers sometimes need to call on a Justice League of their own — one whose members bring super, even supreme, powers to the fight. Will it be Captain America aka Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. to the rescue? Wonder Woman aka Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg?

Last month, Steve Klepper of Balti­more’s Kramon & Graham delved into the world of comic book and action heroes to honor a state court judge with an affinity for action-hero movies. On a blog sponsored by the Maryland State Bar Association’s litigation section that he edits, he created action-hero avatars for nine retired and deceased U.S. Supreme Court justices.

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