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"Batman – King of the World": Two super-corporations of an alien planet, which have long since destroyed each other in an atomic war, were responsible for sending deadly robots to Earth and to the planet Angor. Able to control emotions, the robot sent to Earth inflicts Batman with power-madness

Quote1.png I am Superman... Why must I keep impressing that on Earthlings? There are 3 1/2 billion people on this planet and I am unique... different! ...A stranger in a strange land! Exercising... and brooding in my Fortress of Solitude aren't helping my situation any! I need some company-- To be among those that share the curse-- as well as the blessing-- of super-powers! Quote2.png
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Justice League of America #87 is an issue of the series Justice League of America (Volume 1) with a cover date of February, 1971. It was published on December 10, 1970.

Synopsis for "Batman – King of the World"

Two super-corporations of an alien planet, which have long since destroyed each other in an atomic war, were responsible for sending deadly robots to Earth and to the planet Angor. Able to control emotions, the robot sent to Earth inflicts Batman with power-madness and paranoia, and Hawkman with numbing fear as part of a scheme to eliminate the Justice League and rob Earth's natural resources. The JLA members fake their own defeat at the robot's hands, while Green Lantern sends the Atom to the automaton's power source on its home planet. After Atom deactivates the robot, he is joined by Green Lantern, Flash, and Zatanna (who had aided the heroes in their earlier battle). Mistaken for the robot's creators, they are attacked by the champions of Angor: Wandjina, Jack B. Quick, Silver Sorceress, and Blue Jay. The needless fight continues until Zatanna stops to help the injured Blue Jay, after which explanations are made and peace restored.

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