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| StoryTitle1 = Conquerors
 
| StoryTitle1 = Conquerors
| Synopsis1 = Aquaman is about to try and communicate with [[Starro (New Earth)|a giant star-shaped being]] at the bottom of the sea. Meanwhile, Flash runs to see Batman, who is dissecting a smaller such being. Batman tells Flash it is a parasitical machine likely designed to locate and prepare suitable hosts, colonizing the host minds, taking control of the body and finally the planet's eco-system. The League then learns that there are more of the star-shaped beings in the atmosphere. Elsewhere, Superman and Wonder Man fight civilians who have had their bodies taken over by the smaller star shaped beings.
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| Synopsis1 = [[Orin (New Earth)|Aquaman]] is about to try and communicate with [[Starro (New Earth)|a giant star-shaped being]] at the bottom of the sea. Meanwhile, Flash runs to see Batman, who is dissecting a smaller such being. Batman tells Flash it is a parasitical machine likely designed to locate and prepare suitable hosts, colonizing the host minds, taking control of the body and finally the planet's Eco-system. The League then learns that there are more of the star-shaped beings in the atmosphere. Elsewhere, Superman and Wonder Man fight civilians who have had their bodies taken over by the smaller star shaped beings.
   
 
When Aquaman encounters trouble, Orion attacks the star shaped being at the bottom of the sea, and is blown skyward by an energy blast. Zauriel then arrives and saves Aquaman.
 
When Aquaman encounters trouble, Orion attacks the star shaped being at the bottom of the sea, and is blown skyward by an energy blast. Zauriel then arrives and saves Aquaman.
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'''Featured Characters:'''
 
'''Featured Characters:'''
 
* {{a|[[Justice League of America (New Earth)|JLA]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Justice League of America (New Earth)|JLA]]}}
** {{a|[[Kal-El (New Earth)|Superman]]}}
 
** {{a|[[Bruce Wayne (New Earth)|Batman]]}}
 
** {{a|[[Hippolyta (New Earth)|Wonder Woman (Hippolyta)]]}}
 
 
** {{a|[[Orin (New Earth)|Aquaman]]}}
 
** {{a|[[Orin (New Earth)|Aquaman]]}}
** {{apn|[[J'onn J'onzz (New Earth)|Martian Manhunter]]||JLA: World Without Grown-Ups Vol 1 1}}
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** {{a|[[Bruce Wayne (New Earth)|Batman]]}}
** {{a|[[Wallace West (New Earth)|The Flash]]}}
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** {{a|[[Wally West (New Earth)|The Flash]]}}
** {{a|[[Kyle Rayner (New Earth)|Green Lantern]]}}
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** {{a|[[Kyle Rayner (New Earth)|Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner)]]}}
** {{a|[[Zauriel (New Earth)|Zauriel]]}}
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** {{a|[[J'onn J'onzz (New Earth)|Martian Manhunter]]}}
 
** {{a|[[Orion (New Earth)|Orion]]}}
 
** {{a|[[Orion (New Earth)|Orion]]}}
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** {{a|[[Kal-El (New Earth)|Superman]]}}
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** {{a|[[Diana of Themyscira (New Earth)|Wonder Woman (Diana)]]}} {{Joins}}
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** {{a|[[Hippolyta (New Earth)|Wonder Woman (Hippolyta)]]}} {{Quits}}
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** {{a|[[Zauriel (New Earth)|Zauriel]]}}
 
'''Supporting Characters:'''
 
'''Supporting Characters:'''
 
* {{a|[[Daniel Hall (New Earth)|Sandman]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Daniel Hall (New Earth)|Sandman]]}}
* {{a|[[Diana of Themyscira (New Earth)|Wonder Woman (Diana)]]}}
 
 
* Michael Haney
 
* Michael Haney
'''Villains:'''
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'''Antagonists:'''
 
* {{a|[[Starro (New Earth)|Starro]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Starro (New Earth)|Starro]]}}
 
'''Other Characters:'''
 
'''Other Characters:'''
 
* {{a|[[Justice Legion|Justice Legion A]]}} {{1st}}
 
* {{a|[[Justice Legion|Justice Legion A]]}} {{1st}}
** {{a|[[Kal Kent (DC One Million)|Superman]]}}
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** {{a|[[Aquaman (DC One Million)|Aquaman]]}}
** {{a|[[Wonder Woman (DC One Million)|Wonder Woman]]}}
 
 
** {{a|[[Batman (DC One Million)|Batman]]}}
 
** {{a|[[Batman (DC One Million)|Batman]]}}
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** {{a|[[Kal Kent (DC One Million)|Superman]]}}
 
** {{a|[[Jonathan Fox (New Earth)|The Flash]]}}
 
** {{a|[[Jonathan Fox (New Earth)|The Flash]]}}
** {{a|[[Aquaman (DC One Million)|Aquaman]]}}
 
** {{a|[[Farris Knight (DC One Million)|Starman]]}}
 
 
** {{a|[[Matthew Tyler (New Earth)|Hourman]]}}
 
** {{a|[[Matthew Tyler (New Earth)|Hourman]]}}
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** {{a|[[Farris Knight (DC One Million)|Starman]]}}
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** {{a|[[Wonder Woman (DC One Million)|Wonder Woman]]}}
 
'''Locations:'''
 
'''Locations:'''
* {{a|[[Justice League Watchtower]]}}
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*{{A|[[New Earth]]}}
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**{{A|[[Canada]]}}
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*{{A|[[Earth's Moon]]}}
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** {{a|[[Justice League Watchtower]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Dreaming|The Dreaming]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Dreaming|The Dreaming]]}}
 
'''Items:'''
 
'''Items:'''
 
* {{a|[[Boom Tube]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Boom Tube]]}}
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* {{a|[[Batsuit]]}}
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** {{a|[[Utility Belt]]}}
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* {{a|[[Steel's Armor|Steel's Third Armor]]}}
 
'''Vehicles:'''
 
'''Vehicles:'''
 
* {{a|[[Astro-Harness]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Astro-Harness]]}}
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* {{a|[[Jump Shuttle]]}}
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| Notes =
 
| Notes =
 
* The [[Justice League of America (New Earth)|Justice League of America]] appears next in {{c|DC One Million #1}}.
 
* The [[Justice League of America (New Earth)|Justice League of America]] appears next in {{c|DC One Million #1}}.
* The final two pages, which lead into the ''[[DC One Million]]'' crossover, are missing from nearly every subsequent reprint and re-release of this issue, namely the {{co|JLA: Strength in Numbers (Collected)}} trade paperback, the ''JLA'' Vol. 3 trade paperback and even the digital version available via ComiXology. (The pages are ''also'' not included in the ''DC One Million'' trade paperback, the ''JLA One Million'' reprint or the ''DC One Million Omnibus'' hardcover or trade paperback collections). The only reprint of this issue that ''does'' include those two pages is the ''JLA Deluxe Edition'' Vol. 3 hardcover. The ''DC One Million'' lead-in aside, this omission is particularly glaring because those two pages also feature the return of [[Wonder Woman (Diana Prince)|Diana]] as the team's Wonder Woman, as well as the departure of her mother [[Hippolyta (New Earth)|Hippolyta]].
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* The final two pages, which lead into the ''[[DC One Million]]'' crossover, are missing from nearly every subsequent reprint and re-release of this issue, namely the {{co|JLA: Strength in Numbers (Collected)}} trade paperback, the ''JLA Volume Three'' trade paperback and even the digital version available via ComiXology. (The pages are ''also'' not included in the ''DC One Million'' trade paperback, the ''JLA One Million'' reprint or the ''DC One Million Omnibus'' hardcover or trade paperback collections). The only reprint of this issue that ''does'' include those two pages is the ''JLA Deluxe Edition Vol. 3'' hardcover. The ''DC One Million'' lead-in aside, this omission is particularly glaring because those two pages also feature the return of [[Diana of Themyscira (New Earth)|Diana]] as the team's Wonder Woman, as well as the departure of her mother [[Hippolyta (New Earth)|Hippolyta]].
 
| Trivia =
 
| Trivia =
 
| Recommended = {{JLA RR}}
 
| Recommended = {{JLA RR}}

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"Conquerors": Aquaman is about to try and communicate with a giant star-shaped being at the bottom of the sea. Meanwhile, Flash runs to see Batman, who is dissecting a smaller such being. Batman tells Flash it is a parasitical machine likely designed t


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Zauriel

JLA #23 is an issue of the series JLA (Volume 1) with a cover date of October, 1998.

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Synopsis for "Conquerors"

Aquaman is about to try and communicate with a giant star-shaped being at the bottom of the sea. Meanwhile, Flash runs to see Batman, who is dissecting a smaller such being. Batman tells Flash it is a parasitical machine likely designed to locate and prepare suitable hosts, colonizing the host minds, taking control of the body and finally the planet's Eco-system. The League then learns that there are more of the star-shaped beings in the atmosphere. Elsewhere, Superman and Wonder Man fight civilians who have had their bodies taken over by the smaller star shaped beings.

When Aquaman encounters trouble, Orion attacks the star shaped being at the bottom of the sea, and is blown skyward by an energy blast. Zauriel then arrives and saves Aquaman.

The League wake up from their Starro-induced dream; Starro has retreated from Earth after encountering too much resistance.

One month later, Hippolyta bids her farewell to the League now that her daughter Diana has reclaimed her place as the team's Wonder Woman. Just as Superman escorts Hippolyta to the JLA Watchtower's teleporter, seven strangers materialize in front of the League and introduce themselves as the Justice Legion A, hailing from the future.



Notes

  • The Justice League of America appears next in DC One Million #1.
  • The final two pages, which lead into the DC One Million crossover, are missing from nearly every subsequent reprint and re-release of this issue, namely the JLA: Strength in Numbers trade paperback, the JLA Volume Three trade paperback and even the digital version available via ComiXology. (The pages are also not included in the DC One Million trade paperback, the JLA One Million reprint or the DC One Million Omnibus hardcover or trade paperback collections). The only reprint of this issue that does include those two pages is the JLA Deluxe Edition Vol. 3 hardcover. The DC One Million lead-in aside, this omission is particularly glaring because those two pages also feature the return of Diana as the team's Wonder Woman, as well as the departure of her mother Hippolyta.

Trivia

  • No trivia.



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