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"The Super-Exiles of Earth!": Each of the Justice League members are shocked when their doppelgangers get the drop on them. While the real Justice League are knocked out, the impostors commit crimes for which the real Leaguers are blamed. When the real J



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  • Dr. Destiny
  • Justice League doppelgängers (Single appearance)

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  • An unnamed judge

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Synopsis for "The Super-Exiles of Earth!"

Each of the Justice League members are shocked when their doppelgangers get the drop on them. While the real Justice League are knocked out, the impostors commit crimes for which the real Leaguers are blamed. When the real Justice League revives they plead Not Guilty in court and with the help of Jean Loring they are exiled from Earth.

In space the League begins to figure out how they can return to Earth and clear their names. Deciding to return to the Earth in their civilian guises, the Justice League reveal their true identities to each other for the first time. Battling their doppelgangers, the League manage to defeat their impostors.

Clearing their names, the League soon learns that Dr. Destiny created a device that, in conjunction with the evil side of their minds, created the duplicate League members. After destroying Destiny's device, the Justice League ensures that Destiny will be placed in solitary so he cannot create another devastating machine. In order to protect their loved ones, each of the League members agree to be exposed to Amnesium from Superman's Fortress of Solitude in order to forget their memory of their true identities from one another.



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  • This was the first time which the JLAers revealed their secret identities to each other, and the first time which Doctor Destiny used the Materioptikon.



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