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"Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Starro!": Lois Lane - as Ariel Masters - is being interviewed by Utnik Poole about the Justice League and their relative successes as Lois becomes increa


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Appearing in "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Starro!"

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  • Firestorm (Mentioned only)
  • Utnik Poole (First appearance)

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  • Woden Twelve

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Synopsis for "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Starro!"

Lois Lane - as Ariel Masters - is being interviewed by Utnik Poole about the Justice League and their relative successes as Lois becomes increasingly irritated eventually causing her to cut the interview short and storming off set. Back in her base she vows to herself that she will take down the League, now or never!

Upon Woden Twelve the League battle the Starro masses but can not find a Prime to shut them down without doing irreparable damage. Whilst a mediator is sent by Starro to accept the League's surrender it is revealed that Ariel had been playing both sides against each other, Teri is sent off to try to find the Primary to no avail until she spots a crashing satellite.

From inside the ship Supergirl bursts out and, after being briefed by Teri, hunts down the Prime with her X-Ray vision and the two strike a truce. The fighting stops and an angry Ariel frustratedly plans out her next move.

Appearing in "Justice League 3001: Fun F.A.Q."

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Synopsis for "Justice League 3001: Fun F.A.Q."

Set outside of canon these two tongue-in-cheek recaps summarise, firstly, Lois Lane's (masquerading as Ariel Masters) plan to undo the Justice League and summarises the current members. And the second follow-up is "led" by Maxwell Lord who explains the Wonder Twins; Teri and Terry before being ejected into space by Firestorm. Harvey Richards notes that there should never be any more F.A.Q.s.

Notes

  • This book was first published on July 22, 2015.
  • The Fun F.A.Q.s at the end of this issue are meta out-of-canon recaps for readers and depict the background motivations and stories from its precursory sister series Justice League 3000.
  • When introducing himself, Maxwell Lord claims he is not the one who shot Blue Beetle[1] but instead is the one who led the Justice League International.

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