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1. When was Rex Mason A member of the JLA? (Issues #'s or TPB would help please)

2. What about Animal Man?(Issues #'s or TPB would help please)


These are two of my favorite characters and would like to collect the issues that they appeared in the JLA. Thank you in advance.


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Scott




> 1. When was Rex Mason A member of the JLA?

Justice League International vol. 1 #24
Justice League Europe #1-9, #11-13, #15-30
Justice League America #32
Justice League America Annual #4
Justice League Europe Annual #1-2
Justice League Quarterly #3
Justice League Spectacular #1
Justice League International vol. 2 #57-58, #61
JLA #1

> 2. What about Animal Man?

Justice League International vol. 1 #24
Justice League Europe #1-12
Justice League International Annual vol. 1 #3
Justice League America #32
JLA #27
JLA Annual #3

To the best of my knowledge none of these comics have been collected into trade paperbacks.

Scott
"Probably the most famous speech from the GREEN LANTERN/GREEN ARROW story is the black guy coming up to Green Lantern and saying 'You helped the green guys, you helped the purple guys, you helped the blue guys. What have you done for the black guys?' And my answer would have been, I saved the world 15,000 times, duh. I didn't go out to save the white guys, I saved the world. So get off my back."
Marv Wolfman



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Zazu




> > 1. When was Rex Mason A member of the JLA?
>
> Justice League International vol. 1 #24
> Justice League Europe #1-9, #11-13, #15-30
> Justice League America #32
> Justice League America Annual #4
> Justice League Europe Annual #1-2
> Justice League Quarterly #3
> Justice League Spectacular #1
> Justice League International vol. 2 #57-58, #61
> JLA #1

He was also a part of the post Zero Hour JLA with Wonder Woman, Hawkman, Nuklon, Ice Maiden, etc. in issues 93-113 (don't know the exact issues he was in, but this is the post-ZH JLA.
>
> > 2. What about Animal Man?
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> Justice League International vol. 1 #24
> Justice League Europe #1-12
> Justice League International Annual vol. 1 #3
> Justice League America #32
> JLA #27
> JLA Annual #3
>
> Scott
> "Probably the most famous speech from the GREEN LANTERN/GREEN ARROW story is the black guy coming up to Green Lantern and saying 'You helped the green guys, you helped the purple guys, you helped the blue guys. What have you done for the black guys?' And my answer would have been, I saved the world 15,000 times, duh. I didn't go out to save the white guys, I saved the world. So get off my back."
> Marv Wolfman



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aquaman




> > > 1. When was Rex Mason A member of the JLA?
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> He was also a part of the post Zero Hour JLA with Wonder Woman, Hawkman, Nuklon, Ice Maiden, etc. in issues 93-113 (don't know the exact issues he was in, but this is the post-ZH JLA.
>

your right he was in that jla and that satellite. pretty goood run i always though


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Scott




> He was also a part of the post Zero Hour JLA with Wonder Woman, Hawkman, Nuklon, Ice Maiden, etc. in issues 93-113 (don't know the exact issues he was in, but this is the post-ZH JLA.

I don't think that I ever read any of the post-ZERO HOUR JLA. The last stuff of the 90s that I remember reading was a Dr. Destiny arc that featured the satellite League and Flash in a black costume.

Scott
"Probably the most famous speech from the GREEN LANTERN/GREEN ARROW story is the black guy coming up to Green Lantern and saying 'You helped the green guys, you helped the purple guys, you helped the blue guys. What have you done for the black guys?' And my answer would have been, I saved the world 15,000 times, duh. I didn't go out to save the white guys, I saved the world. So get off my back."
Marv Wolfman



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Hawkeye7




> > > > 1. When was Rex Mason A member of the JLA?
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> > He was also a part of the post Zero Hour JLA with Wonder Woman, Hawkman, Nuklon, Ice Maiden, etc. in issues 93-113 (don't know the exact issues he was in, but this is the post-ZH JLA.
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>
> your right he was in that jla and that satellite. pretty goood run i always though

that that officially makes you the only one. Dear Lord, I always go to bed praying that I will wake up and that era will have just been a nightmare!


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Ed Love




> > 1. When was Rex Mason A member of the JLA?
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While not a member, he does appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #42 where he first turns them down for membership and he's part of the JLA/JSA crossover to find the Seven Soldiers # 100-102.



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Scott




> While not a member, he does appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #42 where he first turns them down for membership

You'll note that I have that cover as part of this board's background.

Scott
"Probably the most famous speech from the GREEN LANTERN/GREEN ARROW story is the black guy coming up to Green Lantern and saying 'You helped the green guys, you helped the purple guys, you helped the blue guys. What have you done for the black guys?' And my answer would have been, I saved the world 15,000 times, duh. I didn't go out to save the white guys, I saved the world. So get off my back."
Marv Wolfman



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TJ Burns




> > > > > 1. When was Rex Mason A member of the JLA?
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> > > He was also a part of the post Zero Hour JLA with Wonder Woman, Hawkman, Nuklon, Ice Maiden, etc. in issues 93-113 (don't know the exact issues he was in, but this is the post-ZH JLA.
> > >
> >
> > your right he was in that jla and that satellite. pretty goood run i always though
>
> that that officially makes you the only one. Dear Lord, I always go to bed praying that I will wake up and that era will have just been a nightmare!

There were things I liked about that era. A move back to a satellite was nice at the time. Hawkman being around was pretty cool. It's just a shame the stories weren't up to snuff.


TJB


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Ronin & Sentry are cool




> There were things I liked about that era. A move back to a satellite was nice at the time. Hawkman being around was pretty cool. It's just a shame the stories weren't up to snuff.


I personally think the satellite always made sense as a base of operations for the JLA.

Currently the JLA is based in multiple places simultaneously, if I understand correctly, and I think one of those places is in outer space, right? Teleportation technology makes this simultaneity plausible and I find it pretty nifty.




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TJ Burns




> > There were things I liked about that era. A move back to a satellite was nice at the time. Hawkman being around was pretty cool. It's just a shame the stories weren't up to snuff.
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>
> I personally think the satellite always made sense as a base of operations for the JLA.
>
> Currently the JLA is based in multiple places simultaneously, if I understand correctly, and I think one of those places is in outer space, right? Teleportation technology makes this simultaneity plausible and I find it pretty nifty.

I have to agree. Multiple League bases is pretty much the only way you COULD top the Satellite or Watchtower, and it makes sense for the League to do it that way.


TJB


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yvahed




Yes that is correct from #0 onwards Rex was a JLA regular and it was here that the first Crimson Fox was killed. (JLA (2) #104 IIRC).

gerard Jones had some nice ideas - though it was one big soap opera really. He had some big hitters on the team - Wonder Woman, The Flash, Hawkman, Power Girl but for me the main problem was the art - Chuck Wotjewicz(sic) was just wrong for the League.


> He was also a part of the post Zero Hour JLA with Wonder Woman, Hawkman, Nuklon, Ice Maiden, etc. in issues 93-113 (don't know the exact issues he was in, but this is the post-ZH JLA.



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