"Monitor Duty": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.
- I'm not saying it's our time. But eventually -- they'll need us again. I'm talking about the League. It's the true beauty of what we created, Arthur -- for all its changes -- the League never really changes.
Appearing in "Monitor Duty"
- Justice League of America
- Aquaman (Flashback and main story)
- Flash (Barry Allen) (Flashback only)
- Kathy Sutton
- Lian Harper
- Martian Manhunter (Flashback and main story)
- Silver Ghost (First appearance; on a computer screen only)
- Felix Faust (Mentioned only)
- The Ghost (Mentioned only)
- Lex Luthor (Mentioned only)
- Matches Malone (Mentioned only)
- Signalman (Mentioned only)
- Trident (Mentioned only)
- Cheshire (Cameo)
- Justice League of America (Founding Team)
- Mr. Addison (Luthor's lawyer)
- Terra (Cameo; in a flashback only)
- Mia Saunders (Mentioned only)
- Oliver Queen (Mentioned only)
- Traya Sutton (Mentioned only)
- Atlantic Ocean (Flashback only)
- Mercy Reef (Flashback only)
- Central City (Flashback only)
- Flash Museum (Flashback only)
- New York City
- Washington, D.C.
- Flash's Costume Ring (Trophy room cameo)
- Green Lantern Ring
- Nth Metal Wings
- Lasso of Truth (Flashback and main story)
- Tantu Totem
- Thanagarian Mace
Synopsis for "Monitor Duty"
- Synopsis not yet written.
- This book was first published on August 22, 2007.
- This issue shipped with two alternating split covers of equal ratio by Alex Ross, as well as a retailer's incentive variant edition with a cover illustration by Michael Turner and Peter Steigerwald.
- Final Brad Meltzer issue.
- This issue gives special thanks to Joe Prado.
- This issue includes "" #74, which is nothing more than a post-it note which reads, "Vacationing off Planet! Back in two weeks! --DD"
- The closing two-page spread of this issue includes a small dedication by Brad Meltzer to JLA creators Gardner Fox, Mike Sekowsky and Julius Schwartz. It concludes with the words "Never the End".
- Once more, as in Justice League of America (Volume 2) #0, there is a flashback to the events of Justice League of America #9 when the the original League was transformed into trees. Aquaman mentions how Hal is the only member on the current League who was a founding member of the original, and that Diana, Clark and Bruce are "different", a tongue-in-cheek nod to the fact those character's histories were not retained after the Crisis on Infinite Earths.
- Reddy walks in on Roy and Kendra having sex for the first time, despite Power Girl confiding in Roy not to get involved with the Hawks, and Dinah warning Kendra not to hurt Roy in this issue.
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Links and References
|Justice League Origins |
Origin stories for how the Justice League of America came together have had multiple retellings over the years. Although numerous attempts have been made at writing a definitive origin story, the true history of the team has spanned many decades and many changes.