Appearing in "The End of the Justice League"Edit

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Adversaries:

Other Characters:

  • Dale Gunn (First appearance)
  • Hank Heywood, Sr.
  • Mera (Behind the scenes)
  • Sue Dibny
  • Charlie Croom (a homeless man)
  • Danny (Vixen's photographer)
  • Mother Windom (a Cameron Street resident)
  • Ms. Bloom (Hank Heywood's secretary)
  • Rosita Ramone (Vibe's sister)

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Items:

Vehicles:

  • L.O.S.T. shuttle
  • NASA shuttle Galileo

Synopsis for "The End of the Justice League"Edit

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NotesEdit

  • This issue includes an editorial by Alan Gold discussing the evolution of the current Justice League.
  • The dissolution of the Justice League of America came about as a direct result of the Earth/Mars War. Surviving Green Martian warriors from the surrogate world of Mars II returned to the Sol system in an effort to conquer Earth. Due to the advance warning of the Martian Manhunter, the Justice League was able to repel the invaders, but their failure to act sooner revealed that the individual members were not truly committed to League duties.[1] In Post-Crisis continuity, the Earth/Mars war never took place, and there never was a surviving Martian colony. In the new timeline, Earth was invaded by a fringe empire of outcasts known as the Debris. The Martian Manhunter never left the Justice League, and served within their ranks for the entire duration of the team's existence. Also, in the re-written history, Green Arrow was not present during the Debris attack.[2]
  • Mera appears on a pysche projector only. She breaks up with Aquaman in this issue.


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