(Summer 1991)

DC, 1990 Series
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Price
2.95 USD; 3.50 CAD; 1.20 GBP
Pages
84
On-sale Date
1991-04-25
Publisher's Age Guidelines
Approved by the Comics Code Authority
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
DC Comics, Inc.
Brand
DC [bullet]
Editing
Kevin Dooley; Andy Helfer
Color
Color
Dimensions
Standard Modern Age U. S.
Paper Stock
Glossy cover; Newsprint interior
Binding
Squarebound
Publishing Format
Was Ongoing Series

Issue Notes

This issue has variants.


[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Justice League International / cover / 1 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike McKone
Inks
?
Colors
?
Letters
?

First Line of Dialogue or Text
What are you looking at?!
Genre
superhero
Characters
Justice League International [Flash [Wally West]; Fire; Ice; Blue Beetle; Power Girl; Captain Atom; Silver Sorceress; Guy Gardner] (all shrunk in size)

Indexer Notes

Cover art is an homage to the cover of Justice League (DC, 1987 series) #1 (May 1987).

When You Wish... (Table of Contents: 1)

Justice League International / comic story / 72 pages (report information)

Script
Gerard Jones (dialogue); Keith Giffen (plot)
Pencils
Mike McKone
Inks
Bob Smith
Colors
Gene D'Angelo
Letters
John Costanza

Job Number
G-6216
Genre
superhero
Characters
Mitch Wacky; Max Lord; Catherine Colbert; Oberon; L-Ron; Captain Atom; Martian Manhunter; Crimson Fox; Batman; Elongated Man; Mr. Miracle; General Glory; Power Girl; Guy Gardner; Booster Gold; Rocket Red; Blue Beetle; Silver Sorceress; Metamorpho; Fire; Ice; Flash; Bluejay; Sue Dibny; Kilowog; an unnamed hero and villain on Mitch Wacky's world; members of the Justifiers [Captain Speed; Wandjina; Tin Man; unnamed others]; the Extremists [Lord Havok; Dr. Diehard; Gorgon; Tracer; Dreamslayer] (all in costume and in normal forms); original Justice League of America [Martian Manhunter; Black Canary; Flash [Barry Allen]; Aquaman; Green Lantern]; an unnamed puppy; Power Girl's cat
Synopsis
Following a meeting between the American and European teams, Mitch Wacky and Kilowog use a dimensional time transporter in an attempt to save Mitch's world from nuclear devastation. A team of Captain Atom, Fire, Blue Beetle, Guy Gardner, Ice, Power Girl, Flash, and Silver Sorceress follows them to either save them or stop them. Part of the transporter technology is Imskian-based, causing anyone who uses it to shrink. Both teams discover that the past can't be changed and while returning to their own time, the group accidentally gets shunted to the original JLA's time before making it home.

Indexer Notes

The Justifiers are inspired by Marvel's Avengers. They first appeared in Justice League of America #87. They are Wandjina (Thor); Silver Sorceress (Scarlet Witch); Bluejay (Yellowjacket); Captain Speed (Quicksilver); other members first shown in this issue include Tin Man (Iron Man) and three other unnamed heroes: an archer (Hawkeye), a giant (Giant-Man/Goliath); and a woman in green with wings (possibly the Wasp). The Extremists are also inspired by some of Marvel's villains: Lord Havok (Dr. Doom); Dr. Diehard (Magneto); Gorgon (Dr. Octopus); Tracer (Sabretooth); Dreamslayer (Dormammu). Mitch Wacky is inspired by Walt Disney. The unnamed hero mentioned above looks like Wolverine with Mickey Mouse ears.

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Series Information
Table of Contents
  1. 0. ["What are you looking at?!"]
    Justice League International
  2. 1. When You Wish...
    Justice League International
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