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Appearing in "Foreign Bodies"
- Jason Burr (Ghost)
Synopsis for "Foreign Bodies"
Kobra wants to take over the world and needs the moon base of the JLA as a bridgehead. With the help of Psykosis he stages some global incidents to keep the JLA busy. Then he is able to switch mind and bodies of several JLA members, e.g. Batman is now in Superman's body, Green Lantern in Martian Manhunter's body and so on. Having to adapt to their new bodies, JLA fights back when more global emergencies appear. JLA thinks that Superman is in Batman's body, but actually it is Kobra himself. As Batman he easily is able to sabotage the defense systems of the moon base for the invasion of his troops. But despite being scrambled, the JLA led by the real Batman (who is trapped in Kobra's body) defeats Kobra. Later, they are able to transport each mind into the right body, but Kobra flees immediately after being back in his own one ...
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