"Crisis on Earth-S": With the powers of the gods inactivated, Shazam's magic lightning no longer transforms Billy Batson, Mary Batson, or Freddy Freeman into the Marvel Family, so the newly recruited her


Quote1.png Hmm... I wonder if it's related to the strange things that have been happening all over the world? And to stop them, Mr. Scarlet and Pinky, Bulletman and Bulletgirl are teaming up with super-heroes nobody's ever heard of before... But they're not having much luck! Holy moley, I don't know how the menace to Earth can be stopped... Without the Marvel Family! Quote2.png
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Justice League of America #136 is an issue of the series Justice League of America (Volume 1) with a cover date of November, 1976. It was published on August 2, 1976.

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Synopsis for "Crisis on Earth-S"

With the powers of the gods inactivated, Shazam's magic lightning no longer transforms Billy Batson, Mary Batson, or Freddy Freeman into the Marvel Family, so the newly recruited heroes of the JLA, JSA. and Squadron of Justice must act in their stead to save Earth-S. Batman and Robin of Earth-Two and Mr. Scarlet and Pinky overcome the Earth-Two Joker and the Weeper, while Hawkman and Hawkgirl team with Bulletman and Bulletgirl to defeat Dr. Light and the Shade.



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  • This is the first appearance of Earth-Two Joker since the Golden Age.

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