Black Canary (Dinah Drake-Lance), former member of the Justice Society of
Earth-Two. Resigned to come to Earth-One and join the Justice League after
the death of her husband, Larry Lance.
Atom of Earth-One (Ray Palmer, physicist and college professor).
3. Hawkman of Earth-One
(Carter Hall, museum director)
4. Hawkgirl of Earth-One (Shiera
Hall, Carter's wife)
5. The Flash of Earth-One (Barry Allen, police scientist).
of Earth-One (Clark Kent, TV reporter)
7. Wonder Woman of
Earth-Two (Diana Prince of Military Intelligence; did not lose her powers
when the Wonder Woman of Earth-One did.)
Batman of Earth-One (Bruce Wayne, wealthy philanthropist and director of
Victims, Inc. Program)
9. The Vigilante (Greg Sanders, former singing Western star, now
a security guard)
Spectre (Jim Corrigan, detective); a Justice Society member, The Spectre
apparently went to his final rest in 1970.
11. J'Onn J'Onzz, Manhunter
from Mars (once used the Earth identity of John Jones, detective); when
his people left their world, Mars, the Martian Manhunter resigned from the
J.L.A. to track them through space.
12. Dr. Mid-Nite (Dr. Charles McNider); lost normal sight, but
gained ability to see in the dark. Sees in the daytime with special
infra-red glasses. A member
of the Justice Society.
13. Aquaman (born Arthur Curry), King of Atlantis and a J.L.A.
Green Arrow (Oliver Queen; former millionaire; lost his fortune) - shown
wearing his new costume.
15. Green Lantern of
Earth-One (Hal Jordan, former test pilot, insurance agent, etc.) Has been
teaming with Green Arrow
Johnny Thunder (humorist) a Justice Society member who can call a
genie-like Thunderbolt to do his bidding with the magic words Cei-U
(pronounced "say you").
of Earth-Two (Richard Grayson); older than his Earth-One counterpart, this
Robin is a grown man, taking over for a semi-retired Batman.
A J.S.A. member.
Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt.
19. Superman of Earth-Two
(Clark Kent, now editor of the Daily Star)
20. Doctor Fate (Kent Nelson,
21. Mr. Terrific (financier
Terry Sloan), Master of arts and sciences; a Justice Society member.
22. The Green Lantern of
Earth-Two (Alan Scott, broadcasting executive)
23. The Batman of Earth-Two
(Bruce Wayne, socialite) - now semi-retired.
24. The new Red Tornado of
Earth-Two-an android created by an evil scientist.
He has become a kind of honorary J.S.A. member.
25. The Starman (Ted Knight,
astronomer); Created a gravity rod-now improved as a cosmic rod-which
draws power from the stars. A J.S.A. member.
26. Wildcat (Ted Grant,
retired heavyweight champ) A J.S.A. member.
27. Hourman (Rex Tyler, president of Tyler Chemical Company)
28. The Sandman (Wesley Dodds,
socialite); here shown in his original costume, which he has gone back to.
For a while he wore a different outfit, which you'll find in the Golden
Age tales in Forever People.
29. Johnny Quick (Johnny
Chambers, news photographer)
30. The Atom of Earth-Two (Al
Pratt, college professor)
31. Wonder Woman of Earth-One
(just plain Diana Prince since she lost her super-powers-but still
dynamite in a fight!)
32. The Flash of Earth-Two
(Jay Garrick, research scientist)
33. Robin of Earth-One (Dick
Grayson, college student)
The Hawkman of Earth-Two (scientist Carter Hall)