- We're with you, J'onzz... or X... or whatever you want to be called. We're with you...
... for now.
- -- Mariner
Appearing in "A League of Their Own!"
- Mister X (J'onn J'onzz) (First appearance)
- JLX (First appearance)
- Judgment League Avengers (First appearance)
- Serpent Crown
Synopsis for "A League of Their Own!"
After being framed by Will Magnus, the Mariner is captured by S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Judgment League Avengers, Mister X assembles a team to free their fellow Metamutant. The team is composed of Apollo, Runaway, Nightcreeper, Firebird, Mariner, Wraith and Mecury.
After successfully freeing Mariner, the JLX flees to the safety of Atlantis, but before reaching their haven, the JLA cathes up and a battle ensues. While holding their own against the likes of Captain Marvel, Super-Soldier, Angel Hawk, Canary, Goliath, Hawkeye, and Dark Claw, the JLX are able to slip away after a distraction by Angel Hawk, a fellow Metamutant in secret.
Upon arriving in Atlantis, Mariner is shocked to find it in ruins, and the team runs into Will Magnus and his Metamutant hunting robots the Sentinels. During the fight, Mister X reveals his true identity, that of a Skrull named J'onn J'onzz and manages to defeat the Sentinels.
- JLX is one-shot comic book published by Amalgam Comics. Amalgam Comics is an imprint of DC Comics and Marvel Comics. It features the team JLX, a Amalgam version of Justice League of America from DC Comics and X-Men from Marvel Comics.
- This issue is reprinted in The Amalgam Age of Comics (The DC Comics Collection).
- This issue is the first appearance of Aqua-Mariner. He chronologically appeared last in Super-Soldier: Man of War #1. He appears next in JLX Unleashed #1.
- It is revealed that Angelhawk is actually a metamutant and the only one who knows his secret is Mr. X.
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