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"Solomon Grundy - The One and Only": While Solomon Grundy routs the combined forces of the JLA and JSA heroes, Robin has his damaged uniform replaced temporarily with a new and different costume supplied by his Earth-Two counterpart, designed by "a costume designer named Neal Adams". His rin


Quote1 Many times things are not what they are, but what they are linked to! It is the bonds that define us all! This is a story about these shaky bridges, these fragile chains-- Life's broken links... Quote2

Justice League of America #92 is an issue of the series Justice League of America (Volume 1) with a cover date of September, 1971. It was published on July 20, 1971.

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While Solomon Grundy routs the combined forces of the JLA and JSA heroes, Robin has his damaged uniform replaced temporarily with a new and different costume supplied by his Earth-Two counterpart, designed by "a costume designer named Neal Adams". His ring returned, Earth-Two's Green Lantern teams with his namesake to over-come Grundy and imprison him in his swampland home. A-Rym is finally captured, on the verge of death, and the two Robins deduce that he can be saved by being brought together with his pet. Green Lantern brings the two together, and A-Rym and Teppy are then retrieved by their extradimensional companions. As the heroes part company, Robin of Earth-One contemplates keeping his new outfit. Meanwhile, elsewhere, Batman, Aquaman and Green Arrow are about to walk into a trap...

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This story is reprinted from The Flash #158.

Professor Ivo finds a way to infuse the powers of various Justice Leaguers into his body, and to give himself their appearances, by using a duplicate of the Flash's aura energy. But whenever he does it, the Flash also changes into a different member of the JLA.

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This story is reprinted from Mystery in Space #29.

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  • The Neal Adams designed costume worn by Robin of Earth-One in this issue could have been a permanent change; readers were asked to write in with their views on the matter. Instead, however, a slightly different version of this look (with a full cape rather than underarm glider wings) was eventually adopted by Robin of Earth-Two in the revived 1970s incarnation of All-Star Comics. Robin of Earth-One retained his original costume until the early 1980s.
  • The Robin costume that first appears in this issue is mentioned in-story as having been designed by a costume-maker the Earth-Two Robin knows named Neal Adams, acting as a minor fourth-wall-breaking moment.



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