JLA – 1,000,000


JLA – 1,000,000

General Info

Issue No:
1,000,000
On Sale Date:
September 1998
Cover Date:
November 1998
Era:
Modern Age
Story Title:
Prisoners of the Twentieth Century

Creative Team

Cover Artist:
Howard Porter, John Dell
Writer:
Grant Morrison
Penciller:
Howard Porter
Inker:
John Dell
Letterer:
Ken Lopez
Colourist:
Pat Garrahy
Editor:
Dan Raspler

Characters

Main:
Big Barda, Huntress (Helena Bertinelli), Martian Manhunter (J'onn J'onzz), Orion, Plastic Man (Patrick O'Brien), Steel (John Henry Irons), Zauriel
Heroes:
Justice League Alpha - [Aquaman, Batman, Flash (John Fox), Hourman, Superman (Kal Kent), Wonder Woman], Oracle (Barbara Gordon)
Villains:
Starman (Ferris Knight), Solaris
Olympians:
NA
Amazons:
NA
Other:
N/A
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Comments

This standalone issue ties in with the “DC One Million” mini-series which features the future versions of characters meeting their historic counterparts. Only the future version of Wonder Woman is featured in this story.

She was a member of the Justice Legion Alpha, from the 853rd Century. Like Diana, this Wonder Woman had an unusual birth too, born as a marble statue and granted life by the Goddess of Truth, who was possibly Diana after having ascended to Godhood once again.

She was appointed the protector of the planet Venus, the new home of the Amazons, and worked with the Justice League along with her sidekick Troy, a younger girl likewise made of marble.

Synopsis

To stop the Hourman virus from destroying the world, the Justice Legion Alpha has decided to build Solaris, but they need help. They visit the Justice League Watchtower, only to find themselves in a fight with the present-day Justice League of America. Eventually the heroes are able to earn their respect and begin working together. They use Steel’s time machine to help power Solaris, since it wouldn’t have been powerful enough to reach the 853rd Century, anyway.

Starman then regroups with everybody and is immediately attacked by Batman, who accuses him of being a traitor.