JLA – 31


JLA – 31

General Info

Issue No:
31
On Sale Date:
May 1999
Cover Date:
July 1999
Era:
Modern Age
Story Title:
Crisis Times Five Part Four - Gods & Masters

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
Tony Bedard (Associate)

Characters

Main:
Aquaman (Arthr Curry), Batman (Bruce Wayne), Flash (Wally West), Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner), Huntress (Helena Bertinelli), Steel (John Henry Irons), Superman (Clark Kent/Kal El), Zauriel
Heroes:
Captain Marvel (Billy Batson), Justice Society of America - [The Flash (Jay Garrick), Green Lantern/Sentinel (Alan Scott), Wildcat (Ted Grant), Wonder Woman (Hippolyta), Jakeem Thunder, Gypsy (Cindy Reynolds), The Ray (Ray Terrill)]
Villains:
Qwsp, Triumph (William MacIntyre)
Olympians:
NA
Amazons:
NA
Other:
Spectre (Hal Jordan), The Quintessence [Zeus, Phantom Stranger, Ganthet, Shazam, Highfather], Lkz
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Comments

Diana is not featured in this issue and instead Hippolyta is featured as Wonder Woman as part of the JSA.

Synopsis

Zauriel and Sentinel free the The Spectre who is looking for revenge.

On the moon, Aquaman and Batman fight Triumph and his mind controlled compatriots, The Ray and Gypsy. Triumph and co. defeat them.

In the Fifth Dimension, Captain Marvel and Green Lantern convince the “police” to support them stopping the genies in the third dimension which is Earth. Captain Marvel also develops a way to merge both Lkz and Thunderbolt. Qwsp gets tired of waiting for the Leaguers to make a decision about who to sacrifice and he kills Wildcat. Jakeem Thunder takes down Qwsp, ending the battle between the genies.

On the moon, Superman wakes up and fights Triumph. Steel has adapted the watchtower to become his armour and uses it to aid Superman in defeating Triumph. The Spectre arrives and freezes Triumph solid. Now he wants to kill Triumph but Zauriel stops him. Instead Triumph will be put into the JLA trophy room.

In Keystone City, Wildcat comes back to life, telling everyone that he was given nine lives in 1945.