Justice League of America FanFiction: JLA, Wonder Woman, Hawkman and Hawkwoman, the Atom, Firestorm, Red Tornado, Zatanna, Steel

Justice League of America: The Five Earths Project
Wonder Woman of Earth-1: The Five Earths Project
Hawkman and Hawkwoman of Earth-1: The Five Earths Project
The Atom of Earth-1: The Five Earths Project
Firestorm, the Nuclear Man: The Five Earths Project
Red Tornado of Earth-1: The Five Earths Project

Times Past

Justice League of America: Times Past, 1975: The Forgotten Crisis

Part 4 of The Space-Time Gambit

by Libbylawrence
published July 12, 2000

The Lord of Time sends several mind-controlled members of Earth-Two’s All-Star Squadron to battle the Justice League of America during the team’s early days. And while they soon break the spell and team up for the first time, only to forget it ever happened soon afterward, one question remains: What was it all for?

The Brave and the Bold: Green Arrow and Martian Manhunter: Times Past, 1976: The Devil You Know

by HarveyKent
published March 11, 2002

When Green Arrow joined the Justice League of America, the team helped an exiled warrior from another world overthrow his planet’s cruel dictator. But did their actions have repercussions they did not expect? The ace archer and the Martian Manhunter find out!

The Brave and the Bold: Wonder Woman and Green Arrow: Times Past, 1976: The Horn Blows at Midnight

by HarveyKent
published November 16, 2003

Wonder Woman and Green Arrow try to solve a string of robberies committed by creatures from Greek mythology, complicated by the fact that there seems to be no rhyme or reason to them. What is the world-shattering pattern that they discover links them together? Meanwhile, Green Arrow meets the original blonde bombshell — Aphrodite, the goddess of love!

Justice League of America: Times Past, 1977: Hey, Isn’t that Me?

by HarveyKent
published October 2, 2001

The JLA is in trouble when the evil mastermind known as the Key takes out half the League right before a public appearance vital to national security! One way or another, all ten members must be present — and the remaining Leaguers call on some very special help to serve as their missing members’ stand-ins!

The Brave and the Bold: The Atom and Hawkman: Times Past, 1980: Spooks and Spells

A Calendar of Super-Spectacular Disasters story

by Martin Maenza
published October 16, 2002

Halloween in Rutland, Vermont, is never boring, as the Atom, Hawkman, and Hawkgirl will attest when they find themselves battling the mystical trio of the Matter Master, the Gentleman Ghost, and Felix Faust!

The Brave and the Bold: Green Arrow and Red Tornado: Times Past, 1980: The Greatest Gift

by HarveyKent
published December 24, 2001

It’s a tale of Christmas Past as Green Arrow and Red Tornado race to find a kidnapped girl on Christmas Eve! But as the two Justice Leaguers work together, the ace archer and the amazing android each gain the greatest gift!

Wonder Woman: Times Past, 1982: Fifty-Yard Fault Line

A Calendar of Super-Spectacular Disasters story

by Martin Maenza
published November 21, 2002

The Thanksgiving Classic, a longstanding Thanksgiving Day tradition, turns upside-down when a super-villain strikes a football stadium during a game! His mission? To destroy Coast City! Luckily Wonder Woman is on hand to stop the return of Quakemaster! Guest starring Nubia!

Justice League of America: Times Past, 1983: Trial by Hellfire

by Martin Maenza
published December 17, 2001

What happens when the fallen model Sabrina Sultress goes to trial? It’s a good thing that the Justice League of America is on hand, because all hell will break loose — literally! They don’t call her the Satin Satan for nothing!

Justice League of America: Times Past, 1983: When Comes the Conqueror

by Libbylawrence
published December 5, 2003

Doctor Mist, an ancient mystic with power beyond understanding, teams up the JLA with the Global Guardians to face the ancient threat of the Conqueror. But even as the two teams work together to stop the Conqueror’s henchmen from completing their tasks, are they merely being distracted from the villain’s true goals? Meanwhile, Green Arrow confronts Doctor Mist — just why does the most powerful man on Earth need agents to do his work?

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1982: Crisis on Earth-Four

by Libbylawrence
published April 25, 2001

In this previously untold JLA/JSA crossover story, the heroes of three worlds try to to defeat the mystical threat of three evil rulers of fantasy dimensions — Lorelei of Fairyland, Troll King of Magic Land, and the Incubus of the Land of the Nightshades. But why can’t anyone recall this case? Featuring the Justice Society of America and the Justice League of America! Guest starring the Sentinels of Justice of Earth-Four — Blue Beetle, the Peacemaker, Son of Vulcan, Captain Atom, Nightshade, and the Question — and introducing Tyger and the nuclear villain Major Force!

Justice League of America: Times Past, 1984: Crisis of the Kryptonite Criminals

by HarveyKent
published April 27, 2000

The Kryptonite Man and Ultraman of Earth-Three, two of Superman’s old foes, have that glowing green metal of kryptonite in common. But it’s not until Brainiac brilliantly puts them together that they are able to take on not only the Man of Steel but two other members of the Justice League of America!

DC Universe: Times Past, 1984: Seeds

by Libbylawrence
published July 20, 2001

The combined forces of the Justice League of America, the Justice Society of America, and the Freedom Fighters — heroes from three different Earths — work together to save their planets from a dangerous force called the Cosmic Tree. But can even the combined forces of the JLA, the JSA, and the Freedom Fighters stop its spread into other dimensions? Enjoy this untold team-up tale of the greatest heroes of Earth-One, Earth-Two, and Earth-X!

Justice League of America: Times Past, 1985: Breaking the Mold

by Martin Maenza
published July 12, 2002

Hot on the heels of their triumphant defeat of Amazo, the young members of the Detroit-based Justice League of America have every reason to believe they have a long and glorious future before them! But when an obscure old villain called the Molder engages in some industrial espionage and extortion, will the so-called Justice League Detroit fight its last battle?

Late 1985 to 1986

Justice League of America: The Final Chapter

Part 1 of The JLA Returns

by JSAGL and Starsky Hutch 76
published February 21, 2000

At the end of the Crisis on Infinite Earths, the Justice League of America consisted of Steel, the Elongated Man, and the Martian Manhunter. Can this truly be the final chapter of the JLA? The answer is a definitive no, for out of the ashes of the old team comes a new Justice League. But when things come to a head between Green Arrow and Hawkman, the new League may be over before it starts. And just what is the mysterious Maxwell Lord and his Conglomerate team up to anyway? Can they eclipse the new JLA before it has really begun? Guest starring Batman and the Outsiders, and featuring the first appearances of the new Wonder Woman and the Beetle!

Justice League of America: A New Beginning

Part 2 of The JLA Returns

by Starsky Hutch 76 and JSAGL
published April 18, 2000

As the Justice League of America lays low for a while in order to figure out what Maxwell Lord’s game is, the Conglomerate gets a new member and leader, the World War II-era patriotic mystery-man known as General Glory! But the truth is that this supposedly All-American hero is none other than Lobo, the ruthless bounty hunter feared in three galaxies, and the JLA soon begins to see through the cracks! As the Conglomerate overtakes the JLA in popularity, can the world’s greatest super-heroes get it together before the transformed Despero reaches Earth? Guest starring Adam Strange!

Justice League of America: Pyre

Part 3 of The JLA Returns

by JSAGL, with Starsky Hutch 76
published June 26, 2000

Despero finally reaches Earth, but this is a Despero unlike any the Justice League of America has ever seen before, and even the combined power of the Conglomerate and the JLA may not be enough to stop Despero’s murderous rampage! Which one of our heroes will pay the ultimate price in the final showdown?

Justice League of America: Between Sea and Sky

by HarveyKent
published July 1, 2000

On the heels of the alien invasion, the JLA faces more attacks from two fronts as the Martians and Atlanteans join forces to take over the world! Several special guest stars rally to the League’s side, but will they be enough to win the day?

Wonder Woman: Paradise Lost

by Libbylawrence and Starsky Hutch 76
published February 10, 2001

Steve Trevor boldly seeks a way to restore his lost wife Diana. But is Diana truly lost? And will Nubia and Donna Troy be able to settle their differences and begin to see a common bond before facing an old foe of the original Wonder Woman?

Red Tornado: More Human Than Human

by JSAGL
published September 20, 2001

Red Tornado returns to his human life just in time to help save a young boy who is being hunted by the people of New York. And will Reddy finally become Traya’s father, or is he truly just a machine?

Justice League of America: Signs of the Times

by Libbylawrence
published August 3, 2001

On Barry Allen’s birthday, four Justice League members close to him celebrate the life of the Flash by saving a dying old foe. But what connection does this have to events on the faraway planet Angor?

Justice League of America: The Planet Seekers

by Immortalwildcat
published July 13, 2001

In the wake of the apparent destruction of the Daily Planet Building, Batman, Superman, and the Justice League of America set out to track down the mastermind behind the plot! But what is Ra’s al Ghul’s true goal? Guest starring Robin and the New Titans!

Hawkman and Hawkwoman: Wings Against the Night

by Libbylawrence
published June 14, 2000

When a terror plague strikes Midway City, Hawkman and Hawkwoman learn that fear itself is enough to fear, especially when they confront the source of that fear on the planet Rann! Guest starring Adam Strange!

Hawkman and Hawkwoman: The Bermuda Triangle of Rann

by Libbylawrence
published July 4, 2000

Hawkman and Hawkwoman try to solve the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle of Rann with the help of Adam Strange. But as the mystery leads the Hawks back to Earth, are they prepared for what they find there? Introducing the new Black Condor of Earth-1.

Justice League of America: Pawns of the Power Pirate

by HarveyKent
published September 3, 2000

A group of third-rate super-villains are given ultimate weapons by a mysterious benefactor, but the mystery-man has a hidden agenda all his own! Will the Justice League figure it out before it’s too late?

Hawkman and Hawkwoman: Mind Games

by Libbylawrence
published December 29, 2000

Hawkwoman wakes up in a perfect world, but is that such a bad thing? It is when the whole world is merely dreaming such a paradise. Can the pinioned princess discover the truth behind the worldwide sleeping syndrome before the world dreams itself to death?

Wonder Woman: Black and White

by Martin Maenza
published July 28, 2001

Nubia’s eyes are opened to the ways of the Man’s World when the new Wonder Woman accepts an invitation from a Southern university! Guest starring the Martian Manhunter.

Justice League of America: It’s a Guy Thing

by HarveyKent
published February 7, 2002

Four longtime Justice League friends make their annual guy trip, but this is the first time without their old friend Barry Allen. Wally West, the new Flash, tries to fit in with the older heroes, but can he ever believe that they see him as a peer?

Justice League of America: World’s Fiercest

by HarveyKent
published August 13, 2000

Can it be true? Have Superman, Batman, and Nightwing really turned evil? The JLA swears to learn the truth, or perish trying! But even if the Justice League wins, will the public ever be able to trust heroes again? Guest starring the New Titans!

Justice League of America: To Conquer the Stars

by Libbylawrence
published February 8, 2002

When Lana Lang and Jimmy Olsen develop super-powers, and Karb-Brak returns to Earth, the team begins a new adventure in space that leads the Justice League of America against their old vampiric foe, Starbreaker! Guest starring space-heroes Vartox, Maxima, and Luma Lynai!

Justice League of America: Fear the Future

by HarveyKent
published March 18, 2001

Introducing the Futurian, the newest member of the Justice League of America! But he hides a dark secret that may destroy the League once and for all! Will the Futurian embrace his new life as a hero, or will he give in to his dark past?

The Atom: The Ivy Town Project

by JSAGL
published April 13, 2001

The Atom disappeared long ago into the jungles of South America to begin a new life, or did he? Someone with the Atom’s powers saves Jean Loring during a bank robbery in Ivy Town, but is it Ray Palmer or someone else? And why is the U.S. government so interested? Guest starring Amanda Waller and Task Force X.

The Atom: The Adventures of Ray Palmer, Theoretical Physicist

by JSAGL
published May 2, 2001

Now that he’s retired as the Atom, Ray Palmer begins life anew with his ex-wife, Jean Loring. But what happens when a powerless Ray comes face to face with Hawkman’s old nemesis, I.Q.?

DC Comics Presents: Superman and Ray Palmer: Hardly a Small Problem

by Martin Maenza
published April 13, 2002

Returning to Earth from a routine space mission, Superman discovers that he has a growing difficulty that requires the help of an old friend. Will Ray Palmer have the solution to the Man of Steel’s small problem?

Justice League of America: Time, See What’s Become of Me?

by JSAGL
published September 13, 2001

When an experiment goes awry four JLAers from the future are drawn into the present, and the revelations that they make to the current JLA rocks some of them to their very core!

Justice League of America: A Matter of Conscience

by Libbylawrence
published February 19, 2002

When Green Lantern, the Flash, and Wonder Woman travel into space on a mission of mercy, they have no idea that they will see visions of the people they need to see the most!

Justice League of America: Off on a Tangent

by Libbylawrence
published May 3, 2001

Heroes and villains brought to Earth-1 from the Tangent Universe battle the Justice League of America at the bidding of two old foes of the original Supergirl! Guest starring Captain Comet!

Justice League of America: Genia Returns

by Libbylawrence
published June 8, 2001

The Justice League of America finds itself under attack by their own evil doubles from alternate timelines. It’s all a scheme by Genia, Brainiac’s brain-child, as part of her scheme for revenge. Will the JLA defeat her in time to stop her from shrinking and stealing their home towns!

Super-Team Family: Starman and Hawkman: Can Even an Immortal Die?

by Libbylawrence
published June 12, 2001

Starman, visiting Midway City on his way home, faces Matter Master’s latest plot. But he and the Hawks encounter more trouble than even the villain planned to create! Can Starman, Hawkman, and Hawkwoman defeat the Twelve Immortals?

Super-Team Family: Starman and Wonder Woman: Quest for the Star Sword

by Libbylawrence
published June 15, 2001

When the Sun Sword’s power is depleted, leaving Paradise Island vulnerable to alien attack, it is up to Nubia to retrieve the Star Sword to replace it. But with Wonder Woman still missing, it is left to Starman to save Paradise Island from other-dimensional invaders!

Justice League of America: Angor Management

by Libbylawrence
published August 10, 2001

Face front, true believers! A diabolical dictator from a distant world brings the awesome Assemblers to wage a secret war against Earth-1’s mightest heroes, the Justice League of America! ‘Nuff said.

Firestorm, the Nuclear Man: Cold Fusion

by Brian K. Asbury
published September 19, 2001

When the hotheaded Firestorm offers to help a team of scientists with an experiment, little does the Nuclear Man know that he may be ending his own career! Meanwhile, who is the mysterious figure calling herself Firebrand, and what has a British spook named Edward Stacker got to do with all this?

Justice League of America: Deck the Halls ’86

by Martin Maenza
published December 10, 2001

The holidays usually mean lots of parties with friends, and the Justice League is no different. Join the members of the team and a few guests as they toast the Christmas season. But will an unexpected old toymaker give the team holiday woes?

1987

Justice League of America: Time and Consequences

by Libbylawrence
published February 13, 2002

The new Mirror Master assembles a new Injustice Gang to attack the Justice League, but is the rogue truly in charge, or is he being manipulated?

Justice League of America: Carnival

by Martin Maenza
published February 22, 2002

The youngest members of the Justice League of America must rescue one of their own from the clutches of old enemies during Mardis Gras. Luckily, they get some help from a visiting Starman and the mysterious Phantom Stranger.

The Brave and the Bold: Nightwing and Firestorm: Chilled Memories

by Libbylawrence
published October 25, 2001

Nightwing and Firestorm face danger at Hudson University’s annual Alumni homecoming.

Wonder Woman: Daughter of Mars

by Libbylawrence
published July 23, 2002

The Sword of Artemis is stolen from Paradise Island, sending Wonder Woman on a quest that leads her to battle a number of foes, from the original Wonder Woman of ancient times to the war god’s most dangerous agent — the Dark Commander! But as Nubia encounters perils from her heritage’s darker side, will she be able to resist the pull of Mars? Featuring a new addition to the Wonder Woman family!

The Brave and the Bold: Black Canary and Hawkwoman: Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

by HarveyKent
published April 6, 2002

Two heroines, Black Canary and Hawkwoman, get away from the guys for a night’s patrol, only to run afoul of a gang of super-villainesses with some very familiar motifs! Meet the Secret Sorority of Super-Villainesses!

The Brave and the Bold: Black Canary and Zatanna: Decisions

by HarveyKent
published June 9, 2002

While Black Canary ponders her answer to Green Arrow’s question, she tracks down the criminal scientists who built the Secret Sorority of Super-Villainess’ weapons with a little help from Zatanna! But when the Blonde Bombshell and the Mistress of Magic carry the fight to the evil guildsmen’s lair, can the two heroines prevail?

Justice League of America: May the Best Man Win

by HarveyKent
published July 1, 2002

The Justice League members race the clock to find a kidnapped scientist! Meanwhile, Green Arrow wrestles with his own dilemma: who will be his best man? Guest starring Arsenal!

Justice League of America: Sick Leave

An Invasion crossover

by HarveyKent
published January 26, 2003

In the aftermath of the Invasion, the Justice League of America guards the Man of Steel as he recuperates from his injuries at STAR Labs! When word of this gets out, who can protect him from the myriad of villains seeking to take advantage of his weakened state? Darned near everybody, that’s who! Guest starring the heroes and villains of the DC Universe!

Showcase: Steel, the Indestructible Man: Detroit Shakedown

by Martin Maenza
published May 16, 2003

As Steel helps Vixen to remember her past with a visit to the old JLA Bunker in Detroit, someone from his own past resurfaces as well! Introducing a brand-new hero, Vibra!

Justice League of America: Heroes Always Win

by HarveyKent
published April 21, 2004

When a powerful new weapon is stolen from a military base, apparently by the Assemblers, the Justice League heads to the planet of Angor to find out why! Can the JLA broach the touchy subject without setting off a big brawl with the marvelous super-hero team?

The Atom: Not Another Pleasant Valley Sunday

by Libbylawrence
published March 28, 2003

Adam Cray, the Atom, tries to make sense of a mystery involving one of Ray Palmer’s old friends and a new foe of his own! Could this be the beginning of a new start for the new Atom?

DC Comics Presents: Superman and the Atom: Bugged

by Libbylawrence
published April 5, 2003

The theft of Lana Lang’s bio-ring, which has granted her the powers of the Insect Queen since she was a teenager, marks the beginning of a string of crimes in Metropolis! Superman and the Atom, fellow JLAers, soon find themselves on the trail of the teenage daughter of the late Bug-Eyed Bandit. But is she the mastermind behind these crimes or just a pawn of a new foe? Guest starring Ray Palmer, theoretical physicist!

DC Comics Presents: Superman and Red Tornado: Storm Warning

by Libbylawrence
published September 5, 2003

The Man of Steel tries to solve the mystery of an apparent assault on T.O. Morrow by his JLA ally, the Red Tornado! But are Superman and his android ally prepared to confront the real threat when the sister of an old dead enemy takes her revenge?

Justice League of America: Crisis After the Great Disaster

by Libbylawrence
published September 16, 2003

The Justice League of America finds itself in the the strange era of Kamandi, the Last Boy on Earth, but what is their purpose for being there, and will their visit be too late to save that future Earth from a second Great Disaster?

The Atom: Size Matters

by Libbylawrence
published March 23, 2004

When the citizens of Ivy Town suddenly begin shrinking at random, it’s left up to the Atom and his mentor Ray Palmer to solve the riddle! But what happens when a frightened populace places the blame for the shrinking syndrome on its famous size-reducing hero?

Hawkman and Hawkwoman: Liberty or Death

by Libbylawrence
published September 9, 2005

A revenge scheme pitting Hawkman and Hawkwoman’s worst foes against them leads the winged wonders back to their homeworld and a final confrontation with its evil ruler, Hyathis. Can the long-besieged world of Thanagar ever be freed? The Hawks vow to liberate Thanagar or die trying! Guest starring the Atom and Captain Comet!

Justice League of America: Earth Once Removed

by HarveyKent
published March 26, 2004

When Doctor Light uses a weapon to send five Justice Leaguers to the Mirror-Earth, a dark alternate timeline where things went wrong, they have to fight a JLA whose concept of “justice” is starkly different from theirs, leading them to fight at the side of some unlikely allies! Can the JLAers return to their own timeline to prevent the world’s worst tragedy before it’s too late?

Justice League of America: Holiday Remembrance

by Immortalwildcat
published December 26, 2006

During 1987’s alien invasion, the people of Syracuse, New York, were killed by an alien bomb. This Christmas, Firestorm gets a little help from his friends in the JLA to pay his respects.

1988

Justice League of America: Coming of the Terroristic Triad

by HarveyKent
published August 16, 2004

Hawkman and the other JLAers are planning Green Arrow’s bachelor party, but will the appearance of three brand-new super-villains put a crimp in the plans — or make the party ten times better? Guest starring Arsenal and Ray Palmer!

Justice League of America: The Beginning of the Ennead

by HarveyKent
published June 27, 2007

Green Arrow had his bachelor party, and now it’s Black Canary’s turn. But the party gets interrupted by a summons from Madame Xanadu! Can the women of the Justice League of America stop an insidious plot to kill all the world’s men? Guest starring Batwoman, Superwoman, Katana, and Mera!

Justice League of America: Games

by Libbylawrence
published October 5, 2004

The Justice League of America is put to the test as it faces the threat of an evil union of its deadliest foes! It all starts when a new Royal Flush Gang appears, six key JLAers suddenly go missing to be replaced by thugs wearing their costumes, and Atlantis is invaded by an army of the undead! Meanwhile, three new heroes suddenly appear in quiet Empire City, but are they friends or foes? And can the missing Justice Leaguers win the right to return home? Let the games begin! Guest starring the Sandman and the Phantom Stranger!

Justice League of America: It’s What You Do With It

by Immortalwildcat
published September 19, 2007

When a single alien ship lands near a small Alabama town, the Justice League of America is dispatched to find out what they’re up to. But when the JLAers find themselves overwhelmed and captured by a group of prepared Gordanians, only a local would-be super-hero can free them. Is Flea Flicker up to the task, or is he nothing more than a joke?

Justice League of America: World of Evil

by HarveyKent
published October 19, 2004

A distress call from the planet Angor brings the entire Justice League of America to that planet, to find that the super-villains have overrun the world, and Earth is next in their sights! Can the added might of the JLA be enough to help the Angorian teams the Assemblers, the Triumphant Four, and Gene Factor free that world?

Justice League of America: The Power Plague

by Libbylawrence
published May 24, 2007

A missing reporter in Metropolis piques the Elongated Man’s interest when he discovers that Superman was the apparent kidnapper! But that mystery pales in comparison to the cosmic crisis it leads to. Can the Justice League of America stop a group of ancient foes more powerful than all the team combined? Guest starring Vartox, Maxima, and Ultraa!

Future Tales