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"Judgment in Infinity! / Horsemen Four!": Wonder Woman encounters a strange giant being called the Adjuciator on a Washington, D. C. mall. She learns through her magic lasso that he visits planets at the height of their civilization and then revisits them centuries later, and, if they have beco



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Synopsis for "Judgment in Infinity! / Horsemen Four!"

Wonder Woman encounters a strange giant being called the Adjuciator on a Washington, D. C. mall. She learns through her magic lasso that he visits planets at the height of their civilization and then revisits them centuries later, and, if they have become sufficiently decadent, he destroys them. Earth is a conundrum to him, having survived its decadence and pollution for decades, so he decides to judge the four Earths most closely bound to Earth-One...namely, Earth-One, Earth-Two, Earth-X, and a hitherto-unknown “Earth-I”. Wonder Woman has no power to stop the Adjuciator from departing, but she does summon a meeting of the Justice League (to which Superman invites Supergirl) to deal with the problem. Black Canary goes to alert the Justice Society on Earth-Two. Most of the JLA members leave to begin their own methods of monitoring the globe for menaces. But Zatanna remains behind with Wonder Woman, and uses her magic to take them to the place where the Adjuciator’s first agent will strike. The agent, one of the Adjuciator’s versions of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, is Famine, and strikes in India. Though he inflicts terrible hunger on Wonder Woman and Zatanna, the two heroines fight back with magic and super-powers and repulse him. The Adjuciator calls Famine back, and Wonder Woman and Zatanna wonder where he will strike next.



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  • This book was first published on February 4, 1982.
  • Plot by Levitz, script by Thomas.

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