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Justice League of America (1960) #155

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2012-10-20 00:22:05 swamptours Added Creator E. Nelson Bridwell
2012-05-11 02:30:54 aaronmoish Removed Character Green Arrow (DC)(Post Crisis)(01 - Oliver Queen)
2012-05-11 02:30:54 aaronmoish Added Character Green Arrow (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis)
2012-02-03 16:38:29 aaronmoish Removed Character Aquaman (DC)(Post Crisis)(01-Arthur 'Orin' Curry)
2012-02-03 16:38:29 aaronmoish Added Character Aquaman (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis)
2010-05-25 09:18:18 Gary Peterson Removed Creator Bob H. Rozakis
2010-05-25 09:09:05 Gary Peterson Synopsis Ray Palmer and Jean Loring are out for a moonlit stroll, Palmer wondering whether he should divulge his secret identity to Jean. Meanwhile the Flash makes short work of Captain Cold. Suddenly a second moon appears in the night sky, causing earthquakes and undersea volcanoes. Red Tornado in the satellite is overwhelmed as Justice Leaguers call in from around the globe requesting immediate assistance as calamities befall every corner of the world. Superman and Green Lantern go to investigate the second moon, discovering it is an inhabited planetoid called Regna, ruled by an alien named Fornag. The explanation offered by the Regnanas seemes plausible, but Green Lantern harbors doubts. Batman meanwhile has intercepted a couple Regnans stealing nuclear materials in New Delhi. Curious, he sets about infiltrating the band of cloaked aliens, tracing them to a nuclear sub in the Panama Canal. The Justice Leaguers work independently and together to bring relief to human suffering while also attempting to solve the riddle of Regna and its sudden and disastrous appearance in orbit around Earth. Ray Palmer and Jean Loring are out for a moonlit stroll, Palmer wondering whether he should divulge his secret identity to Jean. Meanwhile the Flash makes short work of Captain Cold. Suddenly a second moon appears in the night sky, causing earthquakes and undersea volcanoes. Red Tornado in the satellite is overwhelmed as Justice Leaguers call in from around the globe requesting immediate assistance as calamities befall every corner of the world. Superman and Green Lantern go to investigate the second moon, discovering it is an inhabited planetoid called Regna, governed by an alien named Fornag. The explanation offered by the Regnans for their world's sudden appearance seems plausible, but Green Lantern harbors doubts. Batman meanwhile has intercepted a pair of Regnans stealing nuclear materials in New Delhi. Curious, he sets about infiltrating the band of cloaked aliens, tracing them to a nuclear sub in the Panama Canal. The Justice Leaguers work independently and together to bring relief to human suffering while also attempting to solve the riddle of Regna and its sudden and disastrous appearance in orbit around Earth.
2010-05-25 09:04:18 Gary Peterson Added Creator Bob H. Rozakis
2010-05-25 09:04:18 Gary Peterson Added Creator Allen 'Al' Milgrom
2010-05-25 09:04:18 Gary Peterson Added Creator Jack Abel - 'Gary Michaels'
2010-05-25 09:04:18 Gary Peterson Notes Gerry Conway draws a pointed contrast between Spider-Man, the character he was until just recently scripting for years at Marvel, and The Batman. On Page 28 Batman is shown jumping onto the deack of a nuclear sub overrun with aliens. One sailor shouts, "Batman! Don't know why you're here, fella--but this one old Gothamite who's glad you are!" The next five panels show Batman silently trouncing aliens accompanied by captions reading: "The darknight Detective gives no response. It's not his way to make conversation during combat. He believes in attacking a problem directly--and with a minimum of chatter. He is, after all, a creature of darkness--a man of mood and mystery--and nothing can so easily shatter such a mood as an ill-timed wisecrack--or a badly considered pun." In addition to Gerry Conway's epic story, beautifully illustrated by Dillin and McLaughlin, the book's enjoyment is heightened by a number of advertisements, among them a full-page for the 40th Anniversary issue of Action Comics and BATMAN #300, Also meriting a full-page is one for SHOWCASE #101 starring Hawkman. Settinf the comic in its late 1970's context is an ad for the WELCOME BACK, KOTTER tabloid edition and one for Wonder Bread offer of a "Free Trading Cards of CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND" in "every specially marked loaf." Also worthy of a mention are ads for SUPERMAN VS. SHAZAM, the "All-New 72-Page Tabloid Thriller" by Conway, Bucker and Giordano, and the then-ubiquitous Hostess Fruit Pie ad starring The Joker in "Laugh, Clown, Laugh." Gerry Conway draws a pointed contrast between Spider-Man, the character he was until just recently scripting for years at Marvel, and The Batman. On Page 28 Batman is shown jumping onto the deck of a nuclear sub overrun with aliens. One sailor shouts, "Batman! Don't know why you're here, fella--but this is one old Gothamite who's glad you are!" The next five panels picture Batman silently trouncing aliens accompanied by captions reading: "The Darknight Detective gives no response. It's not his way to make conversation during combat. He believes in attacking a problem directly--and with a minimum of chatter. He is, after all, a creature of darkness--a man of mood and mystery--and nothing can so easily shatter such a mood as an ill-timed wisecrack--or a badly considered pun." In addition to Gerry Conway's epic story, beautifully illustrated by Dillin and McLaughlin, the book's enjoyment is heightened by a number of advertisements, among them a full-page for the 40th Anniversary issue of ACTION COMICS (#484, "Superman Takes a Wife") and BATMAN #300, Also meriting a full-page is one for SHOWCASE #101 starring Hawkman. Serving to set the comic in its late 1970's context are ads for the WELCOME BACK, KOTTER tabloid edition and for Wonder Bread's offer of "Free Trading Cards of CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND" in "every specially marked loaf." Also worthy of a mention are ads for SUPERMAN VS. SHAZAM, the "All-New 72-Page Tabloid Thriller" by Conway, Bucker and Giordano, and the then-ubiquitous Hostess Fruit Pie ad starring The Joker in "Laugh, Clown, Laugh." The JLA Mail Room opens with an insightful letter by future comic critic and writer Bob Rodi.
2010-05-25 08:51:54 Gary Peterson Notes Gerry Conway draws a pointed contrast between Spider-Man, the character he was until just recently scripting for years at Marvel, and The Batman. On Page 28 Batman is shown jumping onto the deack of a nuclear sub overrun with aliens. One sailor shouts, "Batman! Don't know why you're here, fella--but this one old Gothamite who's glad you are!" The next five panels show Batman silently trouncing aliens accompanied by captions reading: "The darknight Detective gives no response. It's not his way to make conversation during combat. He believes in attacking a problem directly--and with a minimum of chatter. He is, after all, a creature of darkness--a man of mood and mystery--and nothing can so easily shatter such a mood as an ill-timed wisecrack--or a badly considered pun." In addition to Gerry Conway's epic story, beautifully illustrated by Dillin and McLaughlin, the book's enjoyment is heightened by a number of advertisements, among them a full-page for the 40th Anniversary issue of Action Comics and BATMAN #300, Also meriting a full-page is one for SHOWCASE #101 starring Hawkman. Settinf the comic in its late 1970's context is an ad for the WELCOME BACK, KOTTER tabloid edition and one for Wonder Bread offer of a "Free Trading Cards of CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND" in "every specially marked loaf." Also worthy of a mention are ads for SUPERMAN VS. SHAZAM, the "All-New 72-Page Tabloid Thriller" by Conway, Bucker and Giordano, and the then-ubiquitous Hostess Fruit Pie ad starring The Joker in "Laugh, Clown, Laugh."
2010-05-25 08:34:12 Gary Peterson Tagline Twin Moons Spell Doom When They Threaten To Split Earth Apart!
2010-05-25 08:34:12 Gary Peterson Synopsis Ray Palmer and Jean Loring are out for a moonlit stroll, Palmer wondering whether he should divulge his secret identity to Jean. Meanwhile the Flash makes short work of Captain Cold. Suddenly a second moon appears in the night sky, causing earthquakes and undersea volcanoes. Red Tornado in the satellite is overwhelmed as Justice Leaguers call in from around the globe requesting immediate assistance as calamities befall every corner of the world. Superman and Green Lantern go to investigate the second moon, discovering it is an inhabited planetoid called Regna, ruled by an alien named Fornag. The explanation offered by the Regnanas seemes plausible, but Green Lantern harbors doubts. Batman meanwhile has intercepted a couple Regnans stealing nuclear materials in New Delhi. Curious, he sets about infiltrating the band of cloaked aliens, tracing them to a nuclear sub in the Panama Canal. The Justice Leaguers work independently and together to bring relief to human suffering while also attempting to solve the riddle of Regna and its sudden and disastrous appearance in orbit around Earth.
2008-08-23 15:38:46 ccl080673 Removed Character Batman (DC)(03 - Post-Crisis)
2007-09-09 14:19:05 ccl080673 Removed Character Black Canary (DC)(01 - Dinah Drake-Lance)
2007-09-09 14:19:05 ccl080673 Added Character Batman (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis)
2007-09-09 14:19:05 ccl080673 Added Character Black Canary (DC)(02 - Dinah Laurel Lance)
2006-05-25 17:58:32 spid Added Cover Added cover (thumbnail)
2006-05-25 17:58:32 spid Added Cover Added cover (large)
2006-05-14 13:54:16 billbc Removed Creator Anthony Tollin
2006-05-14 13:44:22 billbc Name Under The Moons Of Earth!
2006-05-14 13:43:46 billbc Removed Character Carr, Lucas 'Snapper'
2006-05-14 13:43:46 billbc Removed Character The Key
2006-05-14 13:43:46 billbc Removed Character Hawkman (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis)(02 - Katar Hol)
2006-05-14 13:43:46 billbc Removed Character Hawkwoman (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis)
2006-05-14 13:43:46 billbc Removed Character Phantom Stranger (DC)
2006-05-14 13:43:46 billbc Removed Character Manhunter (03 - Mark Shaw)
2006-05-14 13:43:46 billbc Added Character Loring, Jean
2006-05-14 13:43:46 billbc Added Character Captain Cold (DC)

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