Appearing in "When Gravity Went Wild!"
- Captain Cold
- Clock King
- Doctor Destiny (First appearance)
- Electric Man
- Getaway Mastermind
- Puppet Master
- Professor Menace
Synopsis for "When Gravity Went Wild!"
Convinced that the Green Arrow has betrayed the Justice League and has been helping their foes while working on cases together, the Justice League puts the Green Arrow on trial to answer to their claims. With Batman, Superman and Snapper Carr acting as judges, the other JLA members explain the situation:
- Monty Moran, known as the Getaway Mastermind had devised a way for himself and his fellow prisoners: Captain Cold, The Clock King, Dr. Destiny, Professor Menace, Electric Man, and the Puppet Master. Shrinking down in size and escaping on a miniature zeppelin, the group of criminals vowed to destroy the Justice League. Upon hearing about the crooks escape, Wonder Woman, Flash and Green Arrow would try and capture them.
Tracking down Clock King, Captain Cold and Professor Menace, the trio try to stop them, however Green Arrow fires exploding arrows that stop Flash and Wonder Woman from capturing them. While later when Getaway Master and Puppet Master were tracked down by Aquaman, Martian Manhunter and Green Lantern, the trio were also stopped from capturing those crooks by Green Arrow's intervention.
With everything told, Green Arrow reveals that he was using the arrows to save everyone's lives because of various traps, and explains that one among them is an impostor and that he kept silent until now so that he can lead them into a trap. When "Green Lantern" is revealed to be Dr. Destiny in disguise, the group tries to capture him, but he uses a special anti-gravity device to defeat the JLA and take them prisoner. Taking them to his base, the group are saved by the real Green Lantern who manages to free himself.
- This issue is reprinted in Justice League of America Archives, Volume 1 Justice League of America (Volume 1) #39 and Showcase Presents: Justice League of America, Volume 1.
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