Showcase Presents: Justice League of America #2

DC Comics

United States.

Published
[July] 2007
Page count
522
Cover price
16.99 USD; 22.99 CAD
Colour
Black & white
Size
Standard size
Interior paper
Newsprint
Cover stock
Soft card
Binding
Square bound
Format
Comic series
GCD
www.comics.org/issue/338339

Credits

Editing
Julius Schwartz (original editor)
Anton Kawasaki (editor collected edition)

Issue contents Hide all

Show/hide Cover Untitled (Justice League of America) Cover, 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Justice League of America [Wonder Woman; Flash [Barry Allen]; Atom [Ray Palmer]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Superman]

Credits

Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Murphy Anderson
Colours
Alex Sinclair
Editing
Julius Schwartz (original editor)
Anton Kawasaki (editor collected edition)

Reprint history

Printed in
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #25.
Show/hide 1. Table of Contents Credits, 2 pages

Credits

Letters
typeset
Show/hide 2. Justice League of America #17 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero

Credits

Art
Murphy Anderson

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #17.
Show/hide 3. The Triumph of the Tornado Tyrant! (Justice League of America) Comic story, 25 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
The Atom [Ray Palmer]; Aquaman; Batman; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Green Arrow [Oliver Queen]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Martian Manhunter; Snapper Carr; Superman; Wonder Woman; Rockmen of Pluto (cameo); Adam Strange (flashback); The Tornado Tyrant (as The Tornado Champion, villain); Ulthoon (flashback); Mechanical Masters of Rann (flashback); The Palador on the Space-Island of Peril (flashback); Alanna (flashback); Kanjar Ro (flashback); Dr. Light (flashback)

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Gaspar Saladino
Joe Letterese

Reprint history

First print
United States
Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #17 (February 1963)
The Triumph of the Tornado Tyrant!
Also printed
Australia
Mighty Comic (Colour Comics, 1960 series) #38 ([December 1963?])
Triumph of the Tornado Tyrant
 
United States
DC Special Blue Ribbon Digest (DC, 1980 series) #11 (July 1981)
The Triumph of the Tornado Tyrant
 
United States
Justice League of America Archives (DC, 1994 series) #3 ([November] 1994)
The Triumph of the Tornado Tyrant!
From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #17.

Synopsis

The Tornado Tyrant's arrogance over his first defeat of the JLA backfires on him when the JLA changes tactics.

Show/hide 4. Justice League of America #18 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Martian Manhunter [John Jones/J'onn J'onzz]; Green Arrow [Oliver Queen]; Aquaman; Wonder Woman; The Atom [Ray Palmer]

Credits

Script
? (The Edge magazine interviewer)
David Mack (interviewee)
Art
Murphy Anderson
Letters
Ira Schnapp

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From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #18.
Show/hide 5. Journey Into the Micro-World! (Justice League of America) Comic story, 25 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Superman; Batman; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Wonder Woman; Aquaman; Green Arrow [Oliver Queen]; Martian Manhunter [John Jones/J'onn J'onzz]; The Atom [Ray Palmer]; Snapper Carr; Midge (Snapper's girlfriend); The Protectors of Starzl [Terrane; Ocana; Etheran (androids)

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Gaspar Saladino

Reprint history

First print
United States
Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #18 (March 1963)
Journey into the Micro-World!
Also printed
Australia
Mighty Comic (Colour Comics, 1960 series) #39 ([February 1964?])
Journey into the Micro-World
 
United States
Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #93 (October-November 1971)
Journey into the Micro-World!
 
Australia
Superman Supacomic (KG Murray, 1974 series) #193 ([November 1975?])
Journey into the Micro-World!
 
United States
Justice League of America Archives (DC, 1994 series) #3 ([November] 1994)
Journey into the Micro-World!
From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #18.

Synopsis

The JLA is brought to a sub-atomic world where they need to defeat the protectors of that world in order to save its people.

Show/hide 6. Justice League of America #19 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Superman; Batman; Martian Manhunter [John Jones/J'onn J'onzz]; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Wonder Woman; Atom [Ray Palmer]; Green Arrow [Oliver Queen]; Aquaman

Credits

Art
Murphy Anderson
Letters
Ira Schnapp

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #19.
Show/hide 7. The Super-Exiles of Earth! (Justice League of America) Comic story, 25 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Dr. Destiny (villain); Superman; Batman; Martian Manhunter [John Jones/J'onn J'onzz]; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Wonder Woman; Atom [Ray Palmer]; Green Arrow [Oliver Queen]; Aquaman; Snapper Carr; Jean Loring; green kryptonite

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Gaspar Saladino

Reprint history

First print
United States
Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #19 (May 1963)
The Super-Exiles of Earth!
Also printed
Australia
Mighty Comic (Colour Comics, 1960 series) #40 ([April 1964?])
The Super-Exiles of Earth
 
United States
Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #112 (July-August 1974)
The Super-Exiles of Earth!
 
Australia
Superman Supacomic (KG Murray, 1974 series) #199 ([May 1976?])
The Super-Exiles of Earth
 
United States
Justice League of America Archives (DC, 1994 series) #3 ([November] 1994)
The Super-Exiles of Earth!
From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #19.

Synopsis

The JLAers each face their evil doppelgangers and are then blamed for their lawless actions and exiled from Earth. When they return to fight their duplicates, the JLA discovers they are manifestations of their own dreams. The Atom performs microscopic brain surgery to disable them and the JLA shuts down Dr. Destiny's materiopticon to destroy the dream-beings.

Show/hide 8. Justice League of America #20 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Green Arrow [Oliver Queen]; Wonder Woman; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Martian Manhunter [John Jones/J'onn J'onzz]; Aquaman; Spaceman X

Credits

Art
Murphy Anderson
Letters
Ira Schnapp

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From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #20.
Show/hide 9. The Mystery of Spaceman X! (Justice League of America) Comic story, 25 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Aquaman, The Atom [Ray Palmer]; Batman; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Green Arrow [Oliver Queen]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Martian Manhunter [John Jones/J'onn J'onzz]; Snapper Carr; Wonder Woman; Superman; Spaceman X (villain)

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Gaspar Saladino

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #20.

Synopsis

An alien uses a giant spaceman to absorb disaster-energy to make himself invulnerable, but Superman separates the alien from his power source.

Show/hide 10. Justice League of America #21 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Hawkman [Carter Hall, of Earth-2]; Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson, of Earth-2]; Black Canary [Dinah Lance, of Earth-2]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; The Atom [Al Pratt]; Wonder Woman [of Earth-1]; Martian Manhunter [John Jones/J'onn J'onzz]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Aquaman; Green Arrow [Oliver Queen, of Earth-1]; The Atom [Ray Palmer]; Batman [of Earth-1]; Superman [of Earth-1]

Credits

Art
Murphy Anderson
Letters
Ira Schnapp

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #21.
Show/hide 11. Crisis on Earth-One! (Justice League of America) Comic story, 25 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Aquaman; The Atom [Ray Palmer]; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Green Arrow [Oliver Queen, of Earth-1]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Martian Manhunter [John Jones/J'onn J'onzz]; Batman [or Earth-1]; Superman [of Earth-1]; Wonder Woman [of Earth-1] (all as the Justice League of America/JLA); The Atom [Al Pratt]; Black Canary [Dinah Lance, of Earth-2]; Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson, of Earth-2]; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hawkman [Carter Hall, of Earth-2]; Hourman [Rex Tyler] (all as the Justice Society of America/JSA); Felix Faust; Dr. Alchemy; Chronos; The Wizard; The Fiddler; The Icicle (all as the Crime Champions)

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Gaspar Saladino

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #21.

Synopsis

Three villains each from Earth-1 and Earth-2 hatch a plot to commit crimes, then hide out on the other Earth. To ensure their success, the villains of Earth-1 mystically trap the JLA in their headquarters. But the JLA summons the JSA and switches places with them.

Show/hide 12. Justice League of America #22 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; The Atom [Al Pratt]; Martian Manhunter; Hawkman [Carter Hall, of Earth-2]; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Wonder Woman [of Earth-1]; Black Canary [of Earth-2]; Green Arrow [of Earth-1]

Credits

Art
Murphy Anderson
Letters
Ira Schnapp

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #22.
Show/hide 13. Crisis on Earth-Two! (Justice League of America) Comic story, 25 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
The Atom [Al Pratt]; Black Canary [Dinah Lance, of Earth-2]; Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson, of Earth-2]; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hawkman [Carter Hall, of Earth-2]; Hourman [Rex Tyler] (all as the Justice Society of America/JSA); The Atom [Ray Palmer]; Aquaman; Batman [of Earth-1]; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Green Arrow [of Earth-1]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Martian Manhunter; Superman [of Earth-1]; Batman [of Earth-1]; Wonder Woman [of Earth-1] (all as the Justice League of America/JLA); Chronos; Felix Faust; Dr. Alchemy; The Fiddler; The Icicle; The Wizard (all as the Crime Champions)

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Gaspar Saladino

Reprint history

First print
United States
Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #22 (September 1963)
Crisis on Earth-Two!
Also printed
Australia
All Favourites Comic (Colour Comics, 1960 series) #45 ([November 1964?])
Crisis on Earth Two!
 
Australia
Mighty Comic (Colour Comics, 1960 series) #66 ([August 1968?])
The Negative Crisis on Earths One-Two
 
Australia
Bumper Batcomic (KG Murray, 1976 series) #6 ([July 1977?])
Crisis on Earth-Two
 
United States
Justice League of America Archives (DC, 1994 series) #3 ([November] 1994)
Crisis on Earth-Two!
 
United States
Justice League of America Archives (DC, 1994 series) #7 ([February] 2001)
The Negative Crisis on Earths One-Two!
 
United States
Crisis on Multiple Earths (DC, 2002 series) ([July] 2002 )
Crisis on Earth-Two!
 
United States
Crisis on Multiple Earths (DC, 2002 series) #2 (2003)
The Negative Crisis on Earths One-Two!
 
United States
DC 100-Page Super Spectacular (DC, 1971 series) #6 (1971)
Crisis on Earth-Two
From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #22.

Synopsis

The JLA and JSA fight their own villains on the opposite Earths until they are mystically transported to cages in space. They escape and take down the gathered villains.

Show/hide 14. Justice League of America #23 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Green Lantern; Wonder Woman; The Flash; Martian Manhunter; Green Arrow; Queen Bee

Credits

Art
Murphy Anderson
Letters
Ira Schnapp

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #23.
Show/hide 15. Drones of the Queen Bee! (Justice League of America) Comic story, 26 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Queen Bee (villain); Green Arrow; Green Lantern; The Flash; Martian Manhunter; Wonder Woman; The Atom (cameo); Aquaman (cameo); Batman (cameo); Snapper Carr (cameo); Superman (cameo)

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Gaspar Saladino

Reprint history

Also printed
United States
100-Page Super Spectacular (DC, 1973 series) #DC-17 (June 1973)
From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #23.

Synopsis

The Queen Bee blackmails the JLA into securing the elements she needs for an immortality potion, but even though they fulfill their end of the bargain, they prevent her from her ultimate goal.

Show/hide 16. Justice League of America #24 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Kanjar Ro; Aquaman; The Flash; Green Lantern; Wonder Woman

Credits

Art
Murphy Anderson
Letters
Ira Schnapp

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #24.
Show/hide 17. Decoy Missions of the Justice League! (Justice League of America) Comic story, 25 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Aquaman; The Atom; Batman; The Flash; Green Arrow; Green Lantern; Martian Manhunter; Superman; Wonder Woman; Adam Strange (guest star); Kanjar Ro (villain)

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Gaspar Saladino

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #24.

Synopsis

Kanjar Ro gains the ability to split off an aural form of himself and draw off aural forms of the JLA. He leaves his own aural form in his place in jail and uses the aural JLAers to lure their physical forms into traps. Adam Strange learns Kanjar Ro's plot and helps the JLA defeat him.

Show/hide 18. Justice League of America #25 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Superman; Wonder Woman; The Flash; The Atom; Green Lantern

Credits

Art
Murphy Anderson
Letters
Ira Schnapp

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #25.
Show/hide 19. Outcasts of Infinity! (Justice League of America) Comic story, 25 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Green Lantern; Wonder Woman; The Flash; Superman; The Atom; Kraad, the Conqueror (villain); green kryptonite

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Gaspar Saladino

Reprint history

First print
United States
Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #25 (February 1964)
Outcasts of Infinity!
Also printed
Australia
All Favourites Comic (Colour Comics, 1960 series) #46 ([January 1965?])
Outcasts of Infinity
From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #25.

Synopsis

The JLA learns of the plight of three Sfarlian scientists who are transported from one world to another, and soon after they leave, the planet they left explodes. The JLAers accompany the Sfarlians and eventually arrive on the home world of the being using the energy created by the Sfarlians to power his weapons, Kraad. There, all the JLAers but the Atom are disintegrated. The Atom uses Green Lantern's ring to reintegrate the Leaguers, and though he scrambles the men's upper and lower halves, they manage to defeat Kraad.

Show/hide 20. Justice League of America #26 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Batman; Aquaman; Green Lantern; Flash; Martian Manhunter; Despero

Credits

Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Murphy Anderson
Letters
Ira Schnapp

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #26.
Show/hide 21. Four Worlds to Conquer! (Justice League of America) Comic story, 25 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Despero (villain); Batman; Martian Manhunter; The Flash; Green Lantern; Aquaman; Green Arrow (cameo); Wonder Woman (cameo); The Atom (cameo); Snapper Carr (cameo); Midge (Snapper's girlfriend, cameo); Jasonar (flashback)

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Gaspar Saladino

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #26.

Synopsis

Despero escapes his prison and ages half the JLA and dispatches the other half to alternate worlds. When Despero tries to pass himself off as an aged Superman, Wonder Woman snares him in her magic lasso and makes him return the missing members and de-age the others.

Show/hide 22. Justice League of America #27 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Batman; Martian Manhunter; The Flash; Green Lantern; Aquaman

Credits

Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Murphy Anderson
Letters
Ira Schnapp

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #27.
Show/hide 23. The "I" Who Defeated the Justice League! (Justice League of America) Comic story, 25 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
"I" (villain); Amazo (cameo); The Flash; Green Arrow; The Atom; Green Lantern; Aquaman; Wonder Woman; Batman; Superman; Martian Manhunter; Snapper Carr; Starro; Jason Markham; green kryptonite; Dr. Light (flashback); Robin

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Gaspar Saladino

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #27.

Synopsis

An extradimensional being prevents the JLAers from succeeding as a team when he discovers their success drains his life-force. Snapper suggests they reactivate Amazo, whose JLA-derived power overloads the being. Then the JLA must defeat Amazo and solve the crimes "I" prevented them from successfully solving before.

Show/hide 24. Justice League of America #28 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
The Flash; Aquaman; Green Lantern; Wonder Woman; Superman; The Atom

Credits

Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Murphy Anderson
Letters
Ira Schnapp

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #28.
Show/hide 25. The Case of the Forbidden Super-Powers! (Justice League of America) Comic story, 25 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Head Mastermind (villain); The Top (villain); Matter Master (villain); Tattooed Man (villain); Superman; The Atom; The Flash; Aquaman; Wonder Woman; Green Lantern; Batman; Green Arrow; Snapper Carr; Carol Ferris

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Gaspar Saladino

Reprint history

First print
United States
Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #28 (June 1964)
The Case of the Forbidden Super-Powers!
Also printed
Australia
All Favourites Comic (Colour Comics, 1960 series) #47 ([March 1965?])
The Case of the Forbidden Super-Powers
 
United States
Justice League of America Archives (DC, 1994 series) #4 ([April] 1998)
The Case of the Forbidden Super-Powers!
From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #28.

Synopsis

Headmaster Mind invents a device which creates natural disasters whenever the JLAers use their powers. Batman's and Green Arrow's failed efforts to stop Headmaster Mind's students Matter Master, Tattooed Man, and the Top without super-powers encourage the other JLAers to take them on without using their special abilities, while Batman and Green Arrow attack Headmaster Mind and his device.

Show/hide 26. Justice League of America #29 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Dr. Fate; Starman; Black Canary; Hawkmam (Earth 2); Dr. Mid-Nite; Wonder Woman; Batman; The Flash; Superman; Green Lantern

Credits

Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Murphy Anderson
Letters
Ira Schnapp

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #29.
Show/hide 27. Crisis on Earth-Three! (Justice League of America) Comic story, 24 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Black Canary; Dr. Fate; Dr. Mid-Nite; Starman [Ted Knight]; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Atom [Al Pratt]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott] (all as the Justice Society of America/JSA); Power Ring; Johnny Quick; Owlman; Superwoman; and Ultraman (all as the Crime Syndicate); The Flash [Barry Allen]; Wonder Woman [Earth-1]; Superman [Earth-1]; Batman [Earth-1]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Aquaman; Martian Manhunter [John J'onzz]; Snapper Carr (all as the Justice League of America/JLA); Christopher Columbus [Earth-3]; Abraham Lincoln [Earth-3]; President John Wilkes Booth [Earth-3]; green kryptonite

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Gaspar Saladino

Reprint history

First print
United States
Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #29 (August 1964)
Crisis on Earth-Three!
Also printed
Australia
Mighty Comic (Colour Comics, 1960 series) #46 ([April 1965])
Crisis on Earth-Three!
 
United States
Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #114 (November-December 1974)
Crisis on Earth-Three!
 
Australia
The Flash Album (Murray, 1977? series) #14 ([April 1977?])
Crisis on Earth-Three!
 
United States
Crisis on Multiple Earths (DC, 2002 series) ([July] 2002 )
Crisis on Earth-Three!
From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #29.

Synopsis

The Crime Syndicate is so bored of life on their Earth, designated Earth-3 here, that they come to the JLA's Earth for a new challenge. Just as it looks like the JLA has the upper hand, the Crime Syndicate teleports them to Earth-3, where they have the advantage. To secure a level battlefield the Crime Syndicate plans to go to the Earth-2 and eliminate the JSA.

Show/hide 28. Justice League of America #30 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Batman [Earth-1]; The Flash [Barry Allen] (all as the Justice League of America/JLA); Power Ring; Owlman; Johnny Quick [Earth-3] (all as the Crime Syndicate)

Credits

Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Murphy Anderson
Letters
Ira Schnapp

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #30.
Show/hide 29. The Most Dangerous Earth of All! (Justice League of America) Comic story, 24 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
The Flash [Barry Allen]; Wonder Woman [Earth-1]; Superman [Earth-1]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Batman [Earth-1] (all as the Justice League of America/JLA); Dr. Fate; Black Canary; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Dr. Mid-Nite; Starman [Ted Knight] (all as the Justice Society of America/JSA, guest stars); Johnny Quick [Earth-3]; Superwoman; Ultraman; Power Ring; Owl Man (all as the Crime Syndicate, villains)

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Milton Snapinn

Reprint history

First print
United States
Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #30 (September 1964)
The Most Dangerous Earth of All!
Also printed
Australia
All Favourites Comic (Colour Comics, 1960 series) #48 ([May 1965?])
The Most Dangerous Earth of All
 
Australia
The Flash Album (Murray, 1977? series) #14 ([April 1977?])
Crisis on Earth-Three!
 
United States
Crisis on Multiple Earths (DC, 2002 series) ([July] 2002 )
The Most Dangerous Earth of All!
From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #30.

Synopsis

The JSA is tricked into being transported to Earth-3, so the JLA must battle the Crime Syndicate on Earth-2. But the JLA gets the Crime Syndicate to over-exert themselves, imprisons them between the dimensions, and frees the JSA.

Show/hide 30. Justice League of America #31 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Batman; Wonder Woman; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Hawkman [Katar Hol]

Credits

Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Murphy Anderson
Letters
Ira Schnapp

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #31.
Show/hide 31. Riddle of the Runaway Room! (Justice League of America) Comic story, 24 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Aquaman; Atom [Ray Palmer]; Batman; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Green Arrow; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Hawkman [Katar Hol] (joins); Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Snapper Carr; Superman; Wonder Woman (all as the Justice League of America/JLA); Hawkgirl (cameo); Joe Perry (villain); Super-Duper (villain)

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Ira Schnapp (p.1 only)
Gaspar Saladino

Reprint history

First print
United States
Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #31 (November 1964)
Riddle of the Runaway Room!
Also printed
Australia
Mighty Comic (Colour Comics, 1960 series) #47 ([June 1965?])
The Riddle of the Runaway Room
 
Australia
Superman Supacomic (KG Murray, 1974 series) #190 ([August 1975?])
Riddle of the Runaway Room
 
United States
Justice League of America Archives (DC, 1994 series) #5 ([July] 1999)
Riddle of the Runaway Room!
From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #31.

Synopsis

Hawkman's first case as a member of the JLA involves low-level crook Joe Parry who has come into possession of an alien machine with which he creates three different threats against the JLA.

Show/hide 32. Justice League of America #32 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Superman; Hawkman [Katar Hol]; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Batman; Brain Storm

Credits

Art
Murphy Anderson
Letters
Ira Schnapp

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #32.
Show/hide 33. Attack of the Star-Bolt Warrior! (Justice League of America) Comic story, 24 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
The Atom [Ray Palmer]; Batman; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Hawkman [Katar Hol]; Superman (all as the Justice League of America/JLA); Brain Storm (intro, villain)

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Gaspar Saladino

Reprint history

First print
United States
Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #32 (December 1964)
Attack of the Star-Bolt Warrior!
Also printed
Australia
Mighty Comic (Colour Comics, 1960 series) #48 ([August 1965?])
Attack of the Star-Bolt Warrior
 
United States
Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #111 (May-June 1974)
Attack of the Star-Bolt Warrior!
 
Australia
The Flash (KG Murray, 1975 series) #133 ([October 1976?])
Attack of The Star-Bolt Warrior
 
United States
Justice League of America Archives (DC, 1994 series) #5 ([July] 1999)
Attack of the Star-Bolt Warrior!
From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #32.

Synopsis

Brain Storm gathers the JLA as witnesses to his execution of Green Lantern for the murder of his brother.

Show/hide 34. Justice League of America #33 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Superman; Batman; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Hawkman [Katar Hol]; Kaston Tharn

Credits

Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Murphy Anderson
Letters
Joe Letterese

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #33.
Show/hide 35. Enemy from the Timeless World! (Justice League of America) Comic story, 24 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Aquaman; The Atom [Ray Palmer]; Batman; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Green Arrow; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Hawkman [Katar Hol]; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Superman; Snapper Carr; Wonder Woman (all as the Justice League of America/JLA); The Alien-ator (villain); Kaston Tharn; The Endless One (villain)

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Gaspar Saladino

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #33.

Synopsis

When Earthmen from the future tap the energy of the JLAers to defeat the Alien-Ator, he becomes aware of the JLA and sets one half against the other.

Show/hide 36. Justice League of America #34 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Superman; Hawkman [Katar Hol]; Batman; The Joker; Chac

Credits

Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Murphy Anderson
Letters
Ira Schnapp

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #34.
Show/hide 37. The Deadly Dreams of Doctor Destiny! (Justice League of America) Comic story, 25 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
The Atom [Ray Palmer]; Batman; Hawkman [Katar Hol]; Snapper Carr; Superman; Wonder Woman (all as the Justice League of America/JLA); Dr. Destiny (villain); The Joker (dream version, villain); Chac (dream version, villain); green kryptonite

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Gaspar Saladino

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #34.

Synopsis

Five JLAers see their own defeats in their dreams, but when the same scenarios occur to them while awake, they successfully overcome the challenges.

Show/hide 38. Justice League of America #35 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Batman; Wonder Woman; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Dr. Polaris (costume); Killer Moth (costume); Pied Piper (costume)

Credits

Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Murphy Anderson
Letters
Ira Schnapp

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #35.
Show/hide 39. Battle Against the Bodiless Uniforms (Justice League of America) Comic story, 25 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Aquaman; Batman; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Snapper Carr; Wonder Woman (all as the Justice League of America/JLA); Ghast; Abnegezar; Rath (all as the Three Demons, villains); Killer Moth (villain); Dr. Polaris (villain); Pied Piper (villain); Dagon (villain); The Mask (villain)

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Gaspar Saladino

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #35.

Synopsis

The Demons Three create duplicates of JLA villains in an effort to get the JLA to release them from their imprisonment.

Show/hide 40. Justice League of America #36 (Justice League of America) Cover reprint (on interior page), 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Superman; Hawkman [Katar Hol]; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Green Arrow; Batman-Monster

Credits

Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Murphy Anderson
Letters
Ira Schnapp

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #36.
Show/hide 41. The Case of the Disabled Justice League! (Justice League of America) Comic story, 25 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Aquaman; The Atom [Ray Palmer]; Batman; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Green Arrow; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Hawkman [Katar Hol]; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Superman; Wonder Woman (all as the Justice League of America/JLA); Brain Storm (villain)

Credits

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Letters
Gaspar Saladino

Reprint history

From GCD
from Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #36.

Synopsis

To entertain a group of handicapped boys, 5 JLAers stages a mock battle against Batman, posing as a monster, but discover themselves handicapped. They trace their ailments to Brain Storm, who takes them under his power. The rest of the League fights the Leaguers who are under Brain Storm's power and finally Brain Storm himself.


Status

AusReprints ID

  • 30991

Entry created

  • 19/04/2007

Cover added

  • 12/06/2010

Index completed

  • 12/06/2010

Last updated

  • 10/05/2019