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His master plan is to remove ten particular super-heroes of the Justice League and Justice Society from the multiverse, defeating them and hurling them into limbo, thus upsetting the cosmic balance and causing all super-heroes to be eradicated from one of the two parallel worlds -- but which world is unknown.
 
His master plan is to remove ten particular super-heroes of the Justice League and Justice Society from the multiverse, defeating them and hurling them into limbo, thus upsetting the cosmic balance and causing all super-heroes to be eradicated from one of the two parallel worlds -- but which world is unknown.
   
Mist renews his battle against Black Canary (unaware that she is actually the daughter of the original Canary, whom he previously fought)<ref> in {{c|Brave and the Bold #61}}</ref>, Monocle overcomes the Earth-Two Hawkman, and Cheetah takes her revenge on Wonder Woman.
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Mist renews his battle against Black Canary (unaware that she is actually the daughter of the original Canary, whom he previously fought)<ref> in {{c|The Brave and the Bold #61}}</ref>, Monocle overcomes the Earth-Two Hawkman, and Cheetah takes her revenge on Wonder Woman.
   
 
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"Targets of Two Worlds": Ultra-Humanite, the archnemesis of the Earth-Two Superman, who has the ability to transfer his genius brain into different bodies, and who is now in the body of a mutated giant ape, recreates the Secret Society of Super-Villains. He recruits villains from both Earth-One

Justice League of America #195 is an issue of the series Justice League of America (Volume 1) with a cover date of October, 1981. It was published on July 9, 1981.

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Ultra-Humanite, the archnemesis of the Earth-Two Superman, who has the ability to transfer his genius brain into different bodies, and who is now in the body of a mutated giant ape, recreates the Secret Society of Super-Villains. He recruits villains from both Earth-One and Earth-Two as members: Cheetah, Signalman, Floronic Man, and Killer Frost from Earth-One, and Monocle, Mist, Psycho-Pirate, Rag Doll, and Brainwave from Earth-Two.

His master plan is to remove ten particular super-heroes of the Justice League and Justice Society from the multiverse, defeating them and hurling them into limbo, thus upsetting the cosmic balance and causing all super-heroes to be eradicated from one of the two parallel worlds -- but which world is unknown.

Mist renews his battle against Black Canary (unaware that she is actually the daughter of the original Canary, whom he previously fought)[1], Monocle overcomes the Earth-Two Hawkman, and Cheetah takes her revenge on Wonder Woman.



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