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| Issue = 71
 
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| Day = 13
 
| Month = May
 
| Month = May
 
| Year = 1969
 
| Year = 1969
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| CoverArtist2 = Mike Esposito
 
| CoverArtist2 = Mike Esposito
   
| PreviousIssue = [[Justice League of America 70|JLA #70]]
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| Writer1_1 = Dennis O'Neil
| NextIssue = [[Justice League of America 72|JLA #72]]
 
 
| Quotation =
 
| Speaker =
 
 
| StoryTitle1 = "... And So, My World Ends "
 
| Synopsis1 = Synopsis not yet written
 
| Editor1_1 = Julius Schwartz
 
| Writer1_1 = Denny O'Neil
 
 
| Penciler1_1 = Dick Dillin
 
| Penciler1_1 = Dick Dillin
 
| Inker1_1 = Sid Greene
 
| Inker1_1 = Sid Greene
 
| Colourist1_1 =
 
| Colourist1_1 =
 
| Letterer1_1 =
 
| Letterer1_1 =
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| Editor1_1 = Julius Schwartz
   
| Appearing1 =
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| Quotation =
'''Featured Characters:'''<br />
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| Speaker =
* [[Justice League of America]]
 
:*[[Raymond Palmer (New Earth)|Atom]]
 
:*[[Bruce Wayne (Earth-One)|Batman]]
 
:*[[Bartholomew Allen (New Earth)|Flash (Barry Allen)]]
 
:*[[Oliver Queen (New Earth)|Green Arrow (Oliver Queen)]]
 
:*[[Hal Jordan (New Earth)|Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)]]
 
:*[[Katar Hol (New Earth)|Hawkman (Katar Hol)]]
 
:*[[J'onn J'onzz (New Earth)|Martian Manhunter]]
 
:*[[Kal-El (Earth-One)|Superman]]
 
:*[[Diana of Paradise Island (Earth-One)|Wonder Woman]]
 
   
'''Supporting Characters:'''<br />
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| StoryTitle1 = "... And So, My World Ends "
* None
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| Synopsis1 = Diana Prince and her mentor Ching are taking in an circus when it's suddenly menaced by a rampaging man that is covered from head to toe. Diana fights the man but finds that he is super-humanly strong and call the Justice League for help. Batman and Green Arrow arrive and they beat the man into submission and unmask him, they are shocked to find it is their fellow JLA member, the Martian Manhunter.
   
'''Villains:'''<br />
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Returned to his right mind, Manhunter is taken to Justice League headquarters where he tells his friends that he had recently returned to Mars where he had found that the planet was being overrun by Benn Blanx, a Martian who wished the people of Mars to return to their war like ways and had taken over the entire planet and began engulfing it in a blue flame that threatens to destroy everyone on the planet. When Martian Manhunter began teaching his people how to build a rocket so that they may escape from Mars and transported himself back to Earth to seek help, but along the way his mind had snapped. With his story complete, he asks the Justice League to help him save the surviving people of Mars.
* [[Blanx (Earth-One)|General Blanx]]
 
   
'''Other Characters:'''<br />
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The Justice League agrees and goes out into space to try and stop Blanx. Along the way they are struck by a beam that causes them to be trapped in a satellite orbit around the Earth. Shielded by Superman's body and unaffected, Green Arrow frees his comrades when he frees Superman who creates a giant prism to use against the alien weapon. Nearing the planet Mars, they come across one of Blanx's ships. While Flash, Atom, Batman, Green Arrow, Hawkman and Martian Manhunter go to attack the ship, Green Lantern and Superman try to find a way to douse the blue flames. Green Lantern is shocked to find that his power ring does not effect the device and soon finds his physical strength waning and falls into the fire.
* Ching
 
   
'''Locations:'''<br />
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Meanwhile the others are paralyzed by a ray fired from the ship, however Atom and Flash manage to use their powers to free themselves and board the vessel. Aboard the alien ship, they attack the renegade Martians and free their comrades from the rays beam. With the other League members aboard, they easily make short work of it's crew. On the surface of Mars, Superman saves Green Lantern and uses his powers to rip off the surface area of Mars set ablaze from the blue fire and throws it into space. Finding the world barren and dead, Superman and Green Lantern witness the last survivors of Mars blasting off in the rocket that J'onn J'onzz built for them.
* [[Ma'aleca'andra]]
 
   
'''Items:'''<br />
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The Manhunter tracks down Blanx in the ruins of Mars and the two battle one-on-one, and during the fight Martian Manhunter sends Blanx falling to his death. With his world destroyed, Manhunter decides to go with the survivors into deep space to find a new home and bids farewell to his friends in the Justice League.
* [[Green Lantern Ring]]
 
   
'''Vehicles:'''<br />
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| Appearing1 =
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'''Featured Characters:'''
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* {{a|[[Justice League of America (New Earth)|Justice League of America]]}}
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** {{apn|[[Raymond Palmer (New Earth)|Atom (Ray Palmer)]]|The Atom and Hawkman #42|World's Finest #189}}
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** {{apn|[[Bruce Wayne (Earth-One)|Batman (Bruce Wayne)]]|Batman #211|World's Finest #189}}
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** {{apn|[[Barry Allen (New Earth)|Flash (Barry Allen)]]|The Flash #188|World's Finest #189}}
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** {{apn|[[Oliver Queen (New Earth)|Green Arrow (Oliver Queen)]]|Justice League of America #69|World's Finest #189}}
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** {{apn|[[Hal Jordan (New Earth)|Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)]]|Green Lantern Vol 2 68|Green Lantern Vol 2 69}}
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** {{apn|[[Katar Hol (Earth-One)|Hawkman (Katar Hol)]]|The Atom and Hawkman #42|World's Finest #189}}
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** {{apn|[[J'onn J'onzz (Earth-One)|Martian Manhunter (J'onn J'onzz)]]|Action Comics #366|Superman #253}}{{Flashalso}}
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** {{apn|[[Kal-El (Earth-One)|Superman (Clark Kent)]]|Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane #92|World's Finest #189}}
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'''Supporting Characters:'''
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* {{apn|[[Diana of Paradise Island (Earth-One)|Diana Prince]]|Wonder Woman #186|Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane #93}}
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* {{a|[[I-Ching (Earth-One)|I-Ching]]}}
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'''Antagonists:'''
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* {{a|[[White Martians]]}} {{Flashalso}}
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** {{a|[[Benn Blanx (Earth-One)|Commander Benn Blanx]]}}
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'''Other Characters:'''
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* {{a|[[Green Martians]]}} {{Flashback}}
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'''Locations:'''
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* {{a|[[Mars (Planet)|Mars]]}} {{Flashalso}}
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* {{a|[[Rhode Island]]}}
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** {{a|[[Secret Sanctuary]]}}
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* {{a|[[Middleton]]}} {{Flashback}}
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'''Items:'''
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* {{a|[[Green Lantern Ring]]}}
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* {{a|[[Trick Arrows]]}}
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'''Vehicles:'''
 
* None
 
* None
 
| Cast1 = Raymond Palmer (New Earth)
 
| Cast2 = Bruce Wayne (Earth-One)
 
| Cast3 = Bartholomew Allen (New Earth)
 
| Cast4 = Oliver Queen (New Earth)
 
| Cast5 = Hal Jordan (New Earth)
 
| Cast6 = Katar Hol (Earth-One)
 
| Cast7 = J'onn J'onzz (New Earth)
 
| Cast8 = Kal-El (Earth-One)
 
| Cast9 = Diana of Paradise Island (Earth-One)
 
| Cast10 = Justice League of America (Earth-One)
 
| Location1 = Ma'aleca'andra
 
| Location2 = Earth-One
 
| Item1 = Green Lantern Ring
 
| Item2 = Lasso of Truth
 
| Vehicle1 =
 
| Vehicle2 =
 
   
 
| Notes =
 
| Notes =
* This issue is reprinted in ''[[Justice League of America Archives, Volume 9]]''.
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* This issue is reprinted in ''[[Justice League of America Archives Vol. 9 (Collected)|Justice League of America Archives, Volume 9]]''.
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* This issue is no longer considered part of current continuity.
* This issue is no longer considered part of current continuity.
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* Wonder Woman is powerless in this issue; This was part of her [[I-Ching (Earth-One)|I-Ching]] era (see [[Wonder Woman Vol 1 179]]).
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* The [[J'onn J'onzz (Earth-One)|Martian Manhunter]] quits the team with this issue.
* The [[J'onn J'onzz (New Earth)|Martian Manhunter]] quits the team with this issue.
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* In current continuity, [[Katar Hol (Earth-One)|Hawkman (Katar Hol)'s]] appearance in this issue has been [[retcon|retroactively]] substituted with [[Carter Hall (New Earth)|Carter Hall]], the Golden Age Hawkman.
 
* In current continuity, [[Katar Hol (New Earth)|Hawkman (Katar Hol)'s]] appearance in this issue has been [[retcon|retroactively]] substituted with [[Carter Hall (New Earth)|Carter Hall]], the Golden Age Hawkman.
 
 
 
| Trivia =
 
| Trivia =
 
* The tagline for this issue is "Death-Orbit".
 
* The tagline for this issue is "Death-Orbit".
   
| Recommended =
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| Recommended = {{JLA RR}}
* [[Comics:Justice League of America Vol 1|Justice League of America (Volume 1)]]
 
* [[Comics:Justice League of America Vol 2|Justice League of America (Volume 2)]]
 
* [[Comics:Action Comics Vol 1|Action Comics]]
 
* [[Comics:Atom Vol 1|Atom (Volume 1)]]
 
* [[Comics:Batman Vol 1|Batman]]
 
* [[Comics:Detective Comics Vol 1|Detective Comics]]
 
* [[Comics:Flash Vol 1|Flash (Volume 1)]]
 
* [[Comics:Green Arrow Vol 1|Green Arrow (Volume 1)]]
 
* [[Comics:Green Lantern Vol 2|Green Lantern (Volume 2)]]
 
* [[Comics:Hawkman Vol 1|Hawkman (Volume 1)]]
 
* [[Comics:Superman Vol 1|Superman (Volume 1)]]
 
* [[Comics:Wonder Woman Vol 1|Wonder Woman (Volume 1)]]
 
* [[Comics:World's Finest Vol 1|World's Finest (Volume 1)]]
 
 
| CustomSection1 = Related Articles
 
| CustomText1 =
 
 
* [[Justice League/Gallery|Justice League of America image gallery]]
 
* [[Raymond Palmer (New Earth)/Appearances|Atom appearances list]]
 
* [[Bruce Wayne (Earth-One)/Appearances|Batman appearances list]]
 
* [[Bartholomew Allen (New Earth)/Appearances|Flash appearances list]]
 
* [[Oliver Queen (New Earth)/Appearances|Green Arrow appearances list]]
 
* [[Hal Jordan (New Earth)/Appearances|Green Lantern appearances list]]
 
* [[Katar Hol (Earth-One)/Appearances|Hawkman appearances list]]
 
* [[J'onn J'onzz (New Earth)/Appearances|Martian Manhunter appearances list]]
 
* [[Kal-El (Earth-One)/Appearances|Superman appearances list]]
 
* [[Diana of Paradise Island (Earth-One)/Appearances|Wonder Woman appearances list]]
 
 
 
| Links =
 
| Links =
* [[Wikipedia:Justice League of America|Justice League of America article at Wikipedia]]
 
* [[Wikipedia:Justice League|Justice League of America article at Wikipedia]]
 
* [http://www.dccomics.com/features/jla/ JLA page at DC Comics]
 
* [http://captain.custard.org/league/index.php/ The Captain's Unofficial Justice League Home Page]
 
* [http://www.mykey3000.com/cosmicteams/jla/index.html Cosmic Teams: Justice League]
 
 
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Revision as of 21:48, February 1, 2020

""... And So, My World Ends "": Diana Prince and her mentor Ching are taking in an circus when it's suddenly menaced by a rampaging man that is covered from head to toe. Diana fights the man but finds that he is super-humanly strong and call the Justice League for help. Batman and Green Arrow ar

Justice League of America #71 is an issue of the series Justice League of America (Volume 1) with a cover date of May, 1969. It was published on March 13, 1969.

Appearing in "... And So, My World Ends "

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Synopsis for "... And So, My World Ends "

Diana Prince and her mentor Ching are taking in an circus when it's suddenly menaced by a rampaging man that is covered from head to toe. Diana fights the man but finds that he is super-humanly strong and call the Justice League for help. Batman and Green Arrow arrive and they beat the man into submission and unmask him, they are shocked to find it is their fellow JLA member, the Martian Manhunter.

Returned to his right mind, Manhunter is taken to Justice League headquarters where he tells his friends that he had recently returned to Mars where he had found that the planet was being overrun by Benn Blanx, a Martian who wished the people of Mars to return to their war like ways and had taken over the entire planet and began engulfing it in a blue flame that threatens to destroy everyone on the planet. When Martian Manhunter began teaching his people how to build a rocket so that they may escape from Mars and transported himself back to Earth to seek help, but along the way his mind had snapped. With his story complete, he asks the Justice League to help him save the surviving people of Mars.

The Justice League agrees and goes out into space to try and stop Blanx. Along the way they are struck by a beam that causes them to be trapped in a satellite orbit around the Earth. Shielded by Superman's body and unaffected, Green Arrow frees his comrades when he frees Superman who creates a giant prism to use against the alien weapon. Nearing the planet Mars, they come across one of Blanx's ships. While Flash, Atom, Batman, Green Arrow, Hawkman and Martian Manhunter go to attack the ship, Green Lantern and Superman try to find a way to douse the blue flames. Green Lantern is shocked to find that his power ring does not effect the device and soon finds his physical strength waning and falls into the fire.

Meanwhile the others are paralyzed by a ray fired from the ship, however Atom and Flash manage to use their powers to free themselves and board the vessel. Aboard the alien ship, they attack the renegade Martians and free their comrades from the rays beam. With the other League members aboard, they easily make short work of it's crew. On the surface of Mars, Superman saves Green Lantern and uses his powers to rip off the surface area of Mars set ablaze from the blue fire and throws it into space. Finding the world barren and dead, Superman and Green Lantern witness the last survivors of Mars blasting off in the rocket that J'onn J'onzz built for them.

The Manhunter tracks down Blanx in the ruins of Mars and the two battle one-on-one, and during the fight Martian Manhunter sends Blanx falling to his death. With his world destroyed, Manhunter decides to go with the survivors into deep space to find a new home and bids farewell to his friends in the Justice League.



Notes

Trivia

  • The tagline for this issue is "Death-Orbit".



See Also

Recommended Reading

Links and References

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