"The Trouble with Guys": The League and those who have been arguing with the League stand horrified at having witnesses Guy Gardner killing the fugitive Blake - as the alien captain M'Bal indignantly tells Wonder Woman, he would at least have had a trial off-w
Justice League America #83 is an issue of the series Justice League America (Volume 1) with a cover date of December, 1993.
Synopsis for "The Trouble with Guys"
The League and those who have been arguing with the League stand horrified at having witnesses Guy Gardner killing the fugitive Blake - as the alien captain M'Bal indignantly tells Wonder Woman, he would at least have had a trial off-world had he been handed over, and would not have been summarily executed. Disgusted with what he has witnessed, he leaves the planets and vows to ensure that the Sol system is off limits until Earth's human rights improve. In the wake of this, Wonder Woman declares that their top priority must be to track Guy down and bring him to justice. With the help of Captain Atom and the original Flash, they spread out in search of him, also learning that their friend Ice is in trouble and needs their help. When they encounter Guy, he is more brutal than even he is generally expected to be and he makes no allowances for fighting his friends. Eventually, Captain Atom subdues him, just as another Guy appears on the scene...
Appearing in "The Trouble with Guys"
- The story continues in Guy Gardner #15. Guy Gardner, Joe Gardner, Captain Atom, Bloodwynd, Blue Beetle, Booster Gold, Max Lord, Maxima, the Ray and Wonder Woman all appear next in that issue.
- Hal Jordan has a broken arm in this issue, placing his appearance between the end of the Reign of the Supermen story and the beginning of Green Lantern: Emerald Twilight.