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"No Man Escapes The Manhunter!": In attempting to halt the threat of a magnetic moon, Green Lantern believes that he has actually destroyed an inhabited planet, and seeks the aid of his fellow Justice League members. Before they can hear him out, the Manhunter, Earthly agent of a corps of interg


Quote1.png Blast it, Arrow! You're always so quick to see conspiracies! I'm not brainwashed! I'm admitting my guilt, on my honor as a Green Lantern! I would have admitted it last night if I'd had the chance! Can't you see it's eating me alive? Quote2.png
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Justice League of America #140 is an issue of the series Justice League of America (Volume 1) with a cover date of March, 1977.

Synopsis for "No Man Escapes The Manhunter!"

In attempting to halt the threat of a magnetic moon, Green Lantern believes that he has actually destroyed an inhabited planet, and seeks the aid of his fellow Justice League members. Before they can hear him out, the Manhunter, Earthly agent of a corps of intergalactic bounty-hunters and law-enforcement operatives, defeats the assembled members, and takes GL into custody. After a chase and further battle around the world and across space, the Justice League, with the help of one of the Guardians of the Universe, uncovers a plot by the Manhunter Corps and their Grandmaster leader to discredit the Green Lantern Corps and the Guardians through the use of illusions.

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  • Manhunter Mark Shaw claims that "no Manhunter have left witnesses of his deeds... except (Manhunter) Paul Kirk... and he failed to win his (power) baton". It can be inferred that Paul Kirk worked to the Manhunters, even in Pre-Crisis. Paul Kirk is discovered working for the Manhunters in Secret Origins Vol 2 22.
  • A shortened version of the story from Justice League of America #40 is reprinted in this issue.



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