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"Riddle of the Robot Justice League": This story is reprinted from Justice League of America #13.
Appearing in "Riddle of the Robot Justice League"
- Justice League of America
- Zedd Brann (First appearance)
Synopsis for "Riddle of the Robot Justice League"
This story is reprinted from Justice League of America #13.
While out on various solo adventures, the members of the Justice League are all transported to a distant planet by Sforll who has collected them to stop Zedd Brann. Brann is an alien from the planet Skarn who's people have devised a device which will drain the life force of the entire universe. If they succeed they will bring about the destruction of the Earth. When Sforll's original champion tried to stop the Skarns and their plot he became victim when their device that creates robot duplicates of their foes managed to kill him.
The Justice League agree to help Sforll and travel to Skarn to challenge them and foil their plot to destroy the universe. They end up in the battle arena fighting robot duplicates of themselves. With Aquaman being their adviser, each JLA member is able to defeat their robot. However even though they are victorious they still haven't found the device that is draining the life-force of the universe. Realizing that it is in the very arena they battle in, the JLA destroy the device and then Green Lantern uses his power ring to seal the planet off so that if they build a similar device in the future it is useless.
After their victory, the JLA are hailed as heroes, however they return to Earth to continue their never ending mission to be defenders of that planet.
Appearing in "Journey into the Micro-World"
- Justice League of America
Synopsis for "Journey into the Micro-World"
This story is reprinted from Justice League of America #18.
During one of their recent meetings, the Justice League finds themselves shrunken down to size. Appearing in the micro-world of Starzl. There they are confronted by the former Protectors of Starzl, three androids named Terrane, Ocana and Etheran. The three androids are virtually indestructible and due to the radiant Ultrazone radiation in their helmets they are shortening the life spans of the people of Starzl.
Having brought the Justice League there, the three androids ask the Justice League to destroy them to save the lives of the people of Starzl. Batman, Green Arrow, and Atom take on Terrane; Green Lantern, Wonder Woman and Superman battle Etheran; and Martian Manhunter, Aquaman and the Flash fight Ocana.
After being initially defeated and imprisoned by the different champions, the Justice League realize that the world of Starzl is a world governed by suggestion when Batman manages to bend open the bars of their prison when all the other members of the League members proved unable to do so. Realizing that once something has been suggested (for example, the androids being invincible) it becomes the truth to the person. Recruiting Snapper Carr to help them out, they convince Snapper that he can defeat the androids where they had failed. Because Snapper believes that he can defeat the androids he succeeds in doing so.
With the androids defeated the Green Lantern uses his power ring to remove all the Ultrazone from the realm. With the threat to the people of Starzl saved, the JLA restore the androids so that they can resume protecting their realm, and return to their own world.
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