- The Justice Leaguers have defeated all opposition in the past because they possess something their adversaries have lacked-- An organization-- A common meeting ground to exchange strategies and secrets-- But now crime has a gathering of its own-- A satellite similar to that of the Justice League itself-- But held in stationary orbit 22,300 miles above the opposite side of the Earth! Aye, we now have all that the Justice League has-- And one thing more-- This! If your defeat at the JLA's hand seems imminent, simply press this button-- And I personally guarantee the tables will instantly be turned!
Libra was the secret founder of the group of super-villains named Injustice Gang.
By the end of their first appearance, it was revealed that their entire operation was massive feint by their organizer, Libra, to test a device of his. He had constructed an unusual device that enabled him to steal half the powers or energies of a given person. A series of "Plan B" devices the villains had been given in case the JLA defeated them absorbed half of the heroes' powers and transferred them to Libra. Satisfied with these results, he then turned his device upon the universe itself, hoping to become a god. Instead, Libra was absorbed into the universe itself, effectively disintegrating him and spreading his essence across the cosmos. The discovery of Libra's true purpose also brought about an end to the group. All but the Shadow Thief were later gathered together again by the Construct to lure the JLA into a trap on Libra's old satellite, but following the Construct's defeat, the Injustice Gang members lost all memory of the incident. Still later, they regrouped as agents of Abra Kadabra but were defeated by the JLA yet again.
- Although this team was originally introduced during DC's Earth-One era of publication, their existence following the events of the 1985–86 limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths remains intact. However, some elements of the character's Pre-Crisis history may have been altered or removed for Post-Crisis New Earth continuity, and should be considered apocryphal.
- 10 Appearances of Injustice Gang I
- 3 Images that include Injustice Gang I
- Team Gallery: Injustice Gang I
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