"Operation: Jail the Justice League!"

1976-01

Main Details
Series
Volume 4
Issue C-41
Collects
Credits
Date 1976-01
Publisher
Location of Publication New York, New York
Genre Superhero
Format Softcover
Type Comic Book
Page Count 64
Language English
Characters
  • Super Friends:
  • Aquaman (Arthur Curry) (Super Friends)
  • Atom (Raymond Palmer) (Super Friends)
  • Batman (Bruce Wayne) (Super Friends)
  • Black Canary (Dinah Lance) (Super Friends)
  • Elongated Man (Ralph Dibny) (Super Friends)
  • Flash (Barry Allen) (Super Friends)
  • Green Arrow (Oliver Queen) (Super Friends)
  • Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) (Super Friends)
  • Hawkman (Katar Hol) (Super Friends)
  • Red Tornado (Red Tornado) (Super Friends)
  • Robin (Dick Grayson) (Super Friends)
  • Superman (Kal-El) (Super Friends)
  • Wonder Woman (Diana of Paradise Island) (Super Friends)
  • Super Friends Jr. Members:
  • Wendy Harris (Super Friends)
  • Marvin White (Super Friends)
  • Wonder Dog (Super Friends)
  • Justice League of America:
  • Martian Manhunter (J'onn J'onzz) (Earth 1)
  • Wonder Woman (Diana of Paradise Island) (Earth 1)
  • Superman (Kal-El)(Earth 1)
  • Batman (Bruce Wayne)(Earth 1)
  • Hawkman (Katar Hol) (Earth 1)
  • Aquaman (Orin) (New Earth)
  • Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) (New Earth)
  • Green Arrow (Oliver Queen) (New Earth)
  • Flash (Barry Allen) (New Earth)
  • Atom (Ray Palmer) (New Earth)
  • Supporting Characters:
  • Snapper Carr (Lucas Carr) (New Earth)
Story Location Super Friends Hall of Justice, Rhode Island: Secret Sanctuary, New Jersey: Gotham City, Connecticut: Ivy Town, California: Star City
Notes Inspired from Super Friends TV cartoon series in 1970's. Television production company Hanna-Barbera adapted the Justice League model and re-imagined the team for the 1973 Super Friends animated series.
Prologue: "Wendy & Marvin Meet the JLA"

Reprinted Issues:
1st story: "Justice League of America Vol 1 #61, March, 1968; Operation: Jail the Justice League!"
2nd story:Justice League of America Vol 1 #36, June, 1965; The Case of the Disabled Justice League.

Trivia:
Toth's cover art was later re-used as the letter column header for the Super Friends (Volume 1) regular comic.
Superman's face on the cover is a paste-up of a Curt Swan/George Klein drawing.
"Wendy & Marvin Meet the JLA" is a framing story that wraps around the other stories in the issue. It is untitled in this issue; the title presented here comes from Super Friends!.



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