Guilty Gear fighting game series. The endboss of the first game, Guilty Gear: The Missing Link, Justice does not appear again in any American release until Guilty Gear XX: The Midnight Carnival, where she is a hidden character. (Justice is also a hidden character in Guilty Gear X+, which was not released in America.)
Justice (John Tensen) is a character from the New Universe imprint of Marvel Comics, the protagonist of a 32-issue comic book series of the same name published from 1986 to 1989. The title was notable for featuring the early work of Peter David and Lee Weeks as well as rare 1980s Marvel work from Keith Giffen. Despite uneven writing and a drastic change in concept mid-run, Justice was the only title in the failed New Universe imprint featuring a solo character to maintain a monthly release schedule until the fall of the franchise.
Justice is a 12-issue limited series comic book published by DC Comics, commencing bi-monthly publication in August 2005. The title is written by Alex Ross and Jim Krueger, with art by Ross and Doug Braithwaite. All three have also worked together on the Earth X project.
Justice are a French electro duo consisting of Gaspard AugÃ© and Xavier de Rosnay. They are managed by Pedro Winter ("Busy P"), who also manages Daft Punk and is the head of Ed Banger Records. Justice first came to prominence through their remix of Simian's track "Never Be Alone", originally released in 2003 on Ed Banger Records and in 2004 on DJ Hell's International Dee Jay Gigolo Records.
Justice was the third epsiode to air in the fourth series of Red Dwarf.
Justice is a thrash metal band from DÃ¼rrbrunn, Germany, formed in 1989. They have released three studio albums, two EPs and four live albums. Their latest work is The Descendant, released in 2004.