After Superman's apparent death, Lobo took it as an opportunity to join the Justice League. He arrived at the Watchtower, and briefly clashed with the League. His overaggressive and violent personality clashed with the other members, leading to his immediate rejection upon Superman's return. He only assisted the team on one mission, in which they fought a group of super-villains in Metropolis, which consisted of Star Sapphire, Copperhead, Livewire, Volcana, and Deadshot. While the others battled the other villains, Lobo attacked Kalibak, and their fight caused much property damage. The fight ended when Lobo piled up a large stack of cars on top of Kalibak, until Kalibak said "uncle". Hawkgirl told Lobo to stand down, which he did. 
- Czarnian Physiology
- Superhuman Strength
- Superhuman Durability
- Superhuman Agility
- Superhuman Speed
- Super-Leaping
- Self-Sustenance: He does not need any food, water, air or sleep and he can survive in the vacuum of space without any harm.
- Regeneration: If Lobo does somehow sustain injury, his accelerated healing enables him to regenerate damaged or destroyed tissue instantly, with little apparent pain. He will apparently heal from any injury.
- Lobo has an unstoppable need to brag and chat with girls; on these occasions, he lets his guard down.
- Spacehog: A customized SpazFrag 666.
- This version of the character is exclusive to the continuity of the DC Animated Universe and is an adaptation of Lobo. The original character was created by Roger Slifer and Keith Giffen and first appeared in Omega Men #3.
- Lobo was voiced by Brad Garrett for all his cartoon appearances and by Kevin Michael Richardson for his own webseries.
- Justice League
- Lobo: Webseries
- Superman Adventures Vol 1
- Superman: The Animated Series:
- 21 Appearances of Lobo (DCAU)
- 5 Images featuring Lobo (DCAU)
- 11 Quotations by or about Lobo (DCAU)
- Character Gallery: Lobo (DCAU)
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