"JLA Rebirth: The Atom": After a tearful goodbye from his parents, Ryan Choi (formerly Lun Choi) begins his new life at Ivy University. In his room he finds a shirtless Adam Cray who explains how he is the son of a senator. Soon Ryan find
Justice League of America: The Atom Rebirth #1 is a one-shot with a cover date of March, 2017. It was published on January 4, 2017.
Synopsis for "JLA Rebirth: The Atom"
After a tearful goodbye from his parents, Ryan Choi (formerly Lun Choi) begins his new life at Ivy University. In his room he finds a shirtless Adam Cray who explains how he is the son of a senator. Soon Ryan finds himself in a kinematics lecture where he becomes bored by the head lecturer, Ray Palmer, and the course.
One year later Ray invites Ryan into his lab to decide his specification within science, Choi wishes to be like Palmer, despite the fact that Ray views him as a peer, if not superior to himself. As Choi comes to the decision that he wishes to focus on the smaller scale Ray disappears and then reappears before Ryan's eyes - revealing his superpowers of shrinking. He asks Ryan to join his quest of heroism. Over the course of the next year, Ryan becomes the Atom's assistant; feeding him information, and his social life begins to improve too with him becoming introduced to new experiences such as video-games, football and study groups.
After a year had passed Ryan and Ray are out drinking following a rough experience with a mantis shrimp until a week later when the professor disappeared, leaving Ryan in limbo. The Dean passes Ryan a key to Palmer's lab. As he enters a video plays of Ray, explaining how he discovered the Microverse and that he needs Choi to use the gravity belt he left to pull him out of the other world. Shaken Choi finds his way to the belt, yet once he puts it on confidence surges through the young man, ready to save the world.
Appearing in "JLA Rebirth: The Atom"
- Amanda Turner (First appearance) (Cameo)
- Dean Plumm
- Jean Loring (Mentioned only)
- Joe Cray (Mentioned only)
- China (Mentioned only)
- Hong Kong (Mentioned only)
- United States of America
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