Justice League America
Justice League Europe
Justice League International
Justice League of America
Justice League Task Force
|Earth's Greatest Heroes|
Amazing Man II
Dr. Light IV
Rocket Red 4
Rocket Red 7
|Government sanctioned super-powered task force.|
|Sanctioned and funded by the United States Government.|
|Nation or Planet of Origin|
|Base of Operations|
1st: Justice Cave, Happy Harbor, Rhode Island (a.k.a. the Secret Sanctuary)
2nd: Justice League Satellite, geosynchronous orbit above Earth.
3rd: The Bunker, Detroit, Michigan
4th: Justice League Embassies (Antarctica, London, New York, Moscow, Paris, Sydney, Tokyo and other nations).
5th: The Watchtower, Earth's Moon
6th: Hall of Justice, Washington D.C.
Justice League Satellite: Geosynchronous satellite used by the early Justice League as a tactical and residential headquarters.
Monitor Womb: Multi-screen world news monitoring station.
Moonbase: High-tech building complex located on Earth's moon used as a tactical and residential headquarters.
Teleportation Platform: Device to transport things and beings from one location to another through a compressed energy beam.
(The) Demons Three
Legion of Doom
Weaponers of Qward
JLA Vol. 1
Justice Vol. 1
Justice League America Vol. 1
Justice League of America Vol. 1 & 2
Justice League Europe Vol. 1
Justice League International Vol. 1
|The Brave and The Bold Vol. 1 #28 (March, 1960)|
|Julius Schwartz, Gardner Fox & Mike Sekowsky|
Starro the Conqueror, a giant starfish from outer space is intent on conquering the Earth. Aquaman issues the alarm after he witnesses Starro transform three ordinary starfish into powerful, atomic powered minions. The heroes meet and split up to take care of the individual threats.
Green Lantern defeats the first starfish minion by using his power ring to will the starfish to return to normal, Wonder Woman and the Martian Manhunter beat the second starfish using force, and the Flash best the third one by dropping a lake on it.
The heroes meet teenager Snapper Carr, who mysteriously has become immune to Starro's hypno-ray, due to being covered in quicklime fertilizer from working in the yard. The heroes dump barrels of lime onto Starro and the Earth is saved. Realizing they work more successfully as a team the group creates a team like their predecessors in the Justice Society. For his contribution to the first victory, Carr is made an honorary member of the Justice League.
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