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"Gray Life Gray Dreams": Gray Man has the ability (and the job assigned by the Lords of Order) to retrieve remaining dream energy from the deceased and return it to the Lords. Tiring of his job, he begins stealing it from the living and using it for his own purposes
Appearing in "Gray Life Gray Dreams"
- Booster Gold's Costume/Armor
- Booster Gold's Legion Flight Ring
- Green Lantern Ring
- Justice League Signal Device
Synopsis for "Gray Life Gray Dreams"
Gray Man has the ability (and the job assigned by the Lords of Order) to retrieve remaining dream energy from the deceased and return it to the Lords. Tiring of his job, he begins stealing it from the living and using it for his own purposes. He begins in Stone Ridge, Vermont. This action draws the attention of Dr. Fate, who pursues the Gray Man to Vermont, but is captured and immobilized as the Gray Man recounts his history. Meanwhile, Jack Ryder finishes his next show with a rant about the Justice League when a coworker tells him that Dr. Fate has been spotted in Stone Ridge. Ryder calls for a camera crew to meet him there. At the JL Headquaters, Guy Gardner and Batman get into another heated argument about who should be leader. Fed up, Guy removes his ring and attacks Batman, but Batman knocks Guy out to the delight of the entire team -- and with only one punch at that! Oberon tells the League that the monitor is speaking. Dr. Fate is communicating through the device, asking the League to come to his aid. Captain Marvel flies ahead as the rest (sans Guy) fly in the Blue Beetle's Bug. Marvel finds an injured camera crewman and flies him into the city. The rest of the League arrive and encounter the Creeper. He shows them the town which has been transformed into a bizarre, surreal version of itself.
- This issue is reprinted in the Justice League: A New Beginning trade paperback.
- With issue #7, the series changes its title to Justice League International.
- This issue is famous for starting the recurring "One Punch" gag.
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- Discuss Justice League Vol 1 5 on the forums
- Cover gallery for the Justice League series
- Images from Justice League Vol 1 5
- Black Canary (Volume 1)
- Blue Beetle (Volume 1)
- Detective Comics
- Doctor Fate (Volume 2)
- Doctor Fate (Volume 3)
- Green Lantern (Volume 2)
- Justice League International
- Justice League Europe
- Martian Manhunter (Volume 1)
- Mister Miracle (Volume 2)
- Shazam: The New Beginning
Links and References
- Justice League article at Wikipedia
- Justice League series index at the Grand Comics Database
- Justice League series index at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe
- The Captain's JLA Blog
- Cosmic Teams: Justice League