JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA

Villains

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Abnegezar, Rath and Ghast. These three demons were imprisoned by the alien Timeless Ones in ancient times. They were freed by Felix Faust, who located their talismans: the Silver Wheel of Wyorlath, the Green Bell of Uthool, and the Red Jar of Calythos. Faust freed the demons but the JLA re-imprisoned them. First appearance: Justice League of America #10
Featured apperances: Justice League of America #11, 35, 146-148, 206 • Justice League America #6-7

Abra Kadabra.  Member of the Injustice Gang (Justice League of America #158 • Justice League America #61) First appearance: Flash #128

Alaric.  A 70th century conqueror who defeated his android enemies and attempted to destroy the JLE (who had helped the androids) by altering their heroic origins. Alaric defeats the androids of the 70th century and goes back in time to reverse the JLI's origins. Erewhon helps restore the damage done by Alaric. 1st app. JLE #54. Other apps: #59-60

Alien-ator.  A shapeless being from a timeless place trying to dominate Earth of the year 25,673 by changing humans into aliens. Only app: Justice League of America #33.

Allura.  The evil twin of a good sorceress by the same name in the land of Kharma who was imprisoned in a sword by Zatara after she placed a curse on him. Only app: Justice League of America #51.

Amazo.The android created by Professor Ivo who possesses the combined powers of the Justice League. He has risen many times to fight the JLA and some other individual heroes, including his android "brother," Hourman. Hourman ultimately took him under his wing, hoping to "cure" him. (Hourman #25). First appearance: Brave & Bold #30
Featured apperances: Aztek #10 • Hourman #?? • JLA #27 • Justice League of America #27, 65, 112, 191 • Justice League Quarterly #5 • Resurrection Man #2

Anakronus.  A madman who held Snapper Carr for ransom, attempting to deceive Carr that he had powers. See bio. Only app: Justice League of America #114

Anarchist.  Secretly faith healer Simon Elis, he gained mental domination over Green Lantern's mind to tap his ring as an energy-source. Only app: Justice League of America #127

Anti-Matter Man.  A wanderer from an anti-matter universe whose bodily properties make him deadly to all positive matter. Only app: Justice League of America #46-47

Appellax Warriors. First appearance: Justice League of America #9. Featured apperances: Justice League of America #200 • Secret Origins v.2 #32 • JLA: Incarnations #7

Aquarius.  A manic-depressive star-creature who took humanoid form and willed Earth-Two into another dimension. He was destroyed when sucked into an anti- matter universe. See bio. Only app: Justice League of America #73-74

Arcana, Queen of Spades. See Royal Flush Gang.

Baron von Mauler.  Vampire villain. Only apps: JLTF #22-24

Ben Blanx.  Does not exist in the post-Crisis DC Universe. He was a depraved Martian who tried to murder his entire race so he could sell Mars to some space-traders for its mineral wealth. He was slain in personal combat with J'Onn J'Onzz. Only app: Justice League of America #71

Big Sir (Dufus P. Ratchet).  Deceased. Member of the Injustice League and "Justice League Antarctica." Killed on a Suicide Squad mission (Suicide Squad v.2 #1). First appearance: Flash v.1 #338

Black Hand (William Hand). Green Lantern foe and one-time JLA villain. (JLA #28) First appearance: Green Lantern v.2 #29

Blockbuster (Mark Desmond). Deceased. A man named who took a serum to augment his strength and was changed into a rampaging brute. Attacked the JLA twice. (Justice League of America #46-47, 135). First appearance: Detective #345.

Bolt.  Member of the Killer Elite (Justice League America #105-106). First appearance: Blue Devil #6

Brain Storm (Axel Storm). A scientist who invented a helmet that harnesses stellar energy, transforming his thoughts into physical substance. He lost his powers and years later he approached the "New Blood" Terrorsmith, who only temporarily restored his mental powers. (Showcase 94 #7) Appearances: Justice League of America #32, 36

Bur Sed.  The father of Ker Sed, who with the aid of his son, sowed alien seeds on Earth in an attempt to alter Earth's ecology. Only app: Justice League of America #99.

The Cadre. See Profile.

Captain Cold (Leonard Snart). Flash foe. Appeared three times with a loose affiliation of villains, and alongside Heatwave against Fire and Ice. First appearance: Showcase #8. Featured apperances: Justice League of America #5, 40, 129, 155 • JLQ #2

Captain Boomerang (George "Digger" Harkness, Mirror Master II). Member of the Injustice Gang. (Justice League of America #61) Member of Flash's Rogues Gallery and the Suicide Squad. First appearance: Flash #117.

Chaq. Alien villain. Only app: JLA #67-68

Cheetah II (Deborah Dumanie [pre-Crisis only]).  Member of the Secret Society of Super-Villains (Justice League of America #195-197). Gone with the Crisis. First appearance: Wonder Woman #274

Chronos (David Clinton). Member of the Crime Champions (Justice League of America #21-22), the Injustice Gang (Justice League of America #111, 143, 158) and Injustice League (Silver Age event). Faded from existence in Chronos #5?? First appearance: Atom #3.

Chthon.  Underworld deity/villain. Only apps: JLE #40-41

Clock King (William Tockman). Deceased. Member of the Injustice League and "Justice League Antarctica" and Suicide Squad. Killed on a Suicide Squad mission (Suicide Squad v.2 #1). First appearance: World's Finest #111 (August 1960)

Known Relatives: Beverly Tockman (sister, deceased)

Comments: Created by Ed Herron and Lee Elias. When William Tockman was told he would die in six months he turned to crime to make sure his invalid sister would be cared for after his death. As the Clock King he committed a number of crimes before being brought to justice by Green Arrow and Speedy. In prison he learned the doctor that told him he was dying had accidentally switched records with another patient, the Clock King was in perfect health. While in prison his unattended sister died, and the Clock King swore revenge on Green Arrow. (World's Finest #111) Clock King and his teammates from the Injustice League volunteered to join the Suicide Squad. Their first mission was rescuing Preston Paddington Bayer from Eve, a cloned metahuman. Clock King died during the course of the mission. (Suicide Squad II #1)

Powers: Clock King was an intelligent schemer who based his crimes on time-related motifs.

Cluemaster (Arthur Brown). See Profile.

Collins, John Charles  Terrorist, deceased. Brother of Judgment. Only app: JLA #1

The Conglomerate(Team Two). See Profile

The Construct. A non-corporal intelligence that arose from the energy of modern machines and radio waves. Also foe of Red Tornado and manipulated Maxwell Lord. First appearance: Justice League of America #142. Featured apperances: Justice League of America #143, 146 • Justice League America #11 • Red Tornado #1-4

Creator2.  An alien contractor who builds planets according to his clients' specifications. He tried to destroy Earth-One and Two for the energy it would release. Only app: Justice League of America #82-83

Crime Champions. Wizard, Icicle, Fiddler, Chronos, Felix Faust, Dr. Alchemy. Only appearance: Justice League of America #21-22

Crime Syndicate (Ultraman, Superwoman, Johnny Quick, Power Ring, Owl Man. See Profile.

Darkseid. See Profile.

Deadshot (Floyd Lawton). Leader of the Killer Elite (Justice League America #105-106). First appearance: Batman #59.

Deconstructo. Art villain. Only app: JLE 37-39

Demmy Gog. An opportunistic general of a small nation named Offalia. Only app: Justice League of America #66

Despero. A world-conquering alien from the dimension of Kalonar with a webbed head and mutated third eye giving him hypnotic powers. First appearance: Justice League of America #1. Featured apperances: Justice League of America #26, 133-134, 177-178, 248-254 • Justice League America #38-39, 57-58 • JLE #33-34, 36. JLTF #31 • JLA/JSA: Virtue & Vice

Devilfish. Traitorous member of "Justice League of Atlantis." Only app: Justice League of Atlantis #1

The Dharlu. An alien who stole aboard the JLA satellite, took over the computer system, and attempted to convert it into a starship. She currently is suspended animation within the satellite's computer terminal. Apps: Justice League of America #130, 141

Doctor Alchemy/Mister Element (Albert Desmond). Reformed criminal. Member of the Crime Champions (Justice League of America #21-22) and Injustice League (Silver Age event). First appearance: Showcase #13.

Doctor Destiny. A scientist who invented the Materioptikon which transforms his dreams into reality. Later he no longer needed the machine to materialize his dreams. Rather than launch a full-scale dreamwar on the JLA he has been content to masquerade as JLA members on two occasions to infiltrate their ranks. First appearance: Justice League of America #5. Featured apperances: Justice League of America #19, 34, 61, 154, 175-176, Annual #1 • Justice League America #72-75 • Justcie League: Midsummers Nightmare #1-3 • JLA #50.

Doctor Light III (Dr. Arthur Light). A scientist who discovered various manners of harnessing light for such bizarre manifestations as animated mirages, solid light beams, frozen beams, will-sapping beams, and dimensional-projectors. He also fought various Justice Leaguers individually. First appearance: Justice League of America #12
Featured apperances: Justice League of America # 61, 65, 122, 136, 149

Doctor Polaris (Neal Emerson). First appearance: Green Lantern v.2 #12. Featured apperances: Justice League of America #35 • JLA #59

Dreamslayer see Extremists

The Doomsters. Justice League of America #78-79. See Obscure Characters

Doomsday. The monster responsible for the death of Superman. Destroyed for good fighting Imperiex (Adventures of Superman #594) First appearance: Superman: The Man of Steel #17 (Nov. 1992). Other apps: Superman: Man of Steel # 18 • JLA #69 • Superman #74, 75

Druids. Villains. Only app: JLE #56-57

Eclipso. A scientist named Dr. Bruce Gordon who turns into a super-powered demon under the influence of any eclipsed light source. First appearance: House of Secrets #61. Featured apperances: Justice League of America #109-110 • JLA Annual #6 • JLE Annual #3

The Endless One. A gelatin-tike entity of infinite proportions dispatched by the Alien-Ator to hold the JLA prisoners in eternity. Only app: Justice League of America #33

Etheran. An android designed by the people of the microscopic world of Starzl to protect them against space attack. The energy that powered Etheran and the other Three Protectors was shortening the Starzlians' life-spans. Only app: Justice League of America #18

Equalizer. An alien who sowed strange microbes that cause all sentient beings in the same proximity to become exact equals in ability as soon as they exert themselves. The Equalizer's motive is that he wants the universe in balance. Hawkman's homeworld is still under the influence of the Equalizer's microbe. Only app: Justice League of America #117

Extremists see Profile

Felix Faust  see Profile

The Fiddler (Isaac Bowen). Member of the Crime Champions (Justice League of America #21-22). Currently at large. First appearance: All-Flash #32

Flicker. An alien headhunter, slave-trader and Green Lantern villain. He encountered the JLA when the Refuge was launched through space and tried to enslave them. The aliens who lived on the Refuge eventually comandeered Flicker's ship and now use it as their new home. (JLA # 112-113) First appearance: Green Lantern v.3 #20

The Floronic Man (Jason Woodrue, the Plant-Master, Floro). Agent of Dr. Destiny against the JLA (Justice League of America #61). Member of the Secret Society of Super-Villains (Justice League of America #166-168, 195-197). Later joined the New Guardians. Last seen in Swamp Thing #172. First appearance: Atom #1

The Gambler (Steven Sharpe). Member of the Crime Champions (Justice League of America #21-22) and the Injustice Society (Justice League of America #123-124, 183-185). Deceased. Survived by his granddaughter, Hazard. First appearance: Green Lantern v.1 #12

The General (Wade Eiling)

Wade Eiling was behind Project Atom, which created Captain Atom. His tyrannical tendencies worsened over time and he formed the Ultramarines in hopes of taking over the world. When defeated by the JLA, he transferred his consciousness into the body of the Shaggy Man. (JLA #24-26, 36-41). First appearance: Captain Atom #1

Global Guardians see Profile

The Gray Man. First appearance: JLA #2. Featured apperances: JLA #31-32 • JLE #7-8

The Hand. A scientist from Earth- Two who built a gigantic cosmic hand designed to crush the world. (Justice League of America #100-102) First appearance: Leading Comics #1.

Harley Quinn (Dr. Harleen Quinzel). Associate of Poison Ivy. Member of the "Justice League of Arkham." First appearance: Batman: Harley Quinn

Headmaster Mind. A scientist who invented a device to harness the cardial vibrations given off by superhuman exertion. Later he opened up a school for criminals. First appearance: Justice League of America #28
Featured apperances: Justice League of America #69

Hector Hammond. Green Lantern's personal enemy, a scientist who used an evolutionary device on himself to accelerate his mental growth and head size. He remains Immobile in a prison cell but sends out his astral projection to carry out his schemes. First appearance: Green Lantern v.2 #5. Featured apperances: Justice League of America #14, 104, 203-205

Huntress I (Paula Brooks, Tigress). Member of the Injustice Society (Justice League of America #123-124). First appearance: (as Huntress) Sensation Comics #68. See Tigress

Hyathis.  The female ruler of the water-world of Alstair who has mental control over all plantlife. She is an enemy of Kanjar-Ro. Later a foe of Hawkman. First appearance: Justice League of America #3.

The Hyperclan (White Martians). See Profile.

"I." A shimmering curtain of life slowly being drained of its life-force through a rift in the space-time continuum by the superhuman exertions of the JLA. It temporarily robbed the JLA of its "success factor," i.e., teamwork. Only app: Justice League of America #27

The Icicle (Joar Mahkent). Member of the Crime Champions (Justice League of America #21-22) and Injustice Society (Justice League of America #123). Killed by Krona, Crisis #10. First appearance: All-American Comics #90

Injustice Gang see Profile

Injustice League see Profile

Injustice Society of the World see Profile

I.Q.  (Ira Quimby).  Hawkman foe. Member of the Injustice League (JLA 8-Page Giant #2) and part of a loose-knit band of villains (Justice League of America #61) First appearance: Mystery in Space #87

Jest-Master.  An alien with a thought-amplifying device able to project madness. He tests civilizations on their capacity to recover from mass insanity. Only app: Justice League of America #81

The Joker. The arch enemy of the Batman, who tried to discredit the Justice League by turning public sentiment against them in the guise of "Mr. Average." His usual modus operand! is perverse humor and he has a clown-like countenance. He had his own series in Joker #1-8. First appearance: Batman #1. Featured apperances: Justice League of America #77, 126, 136 • JLA Annual #2

Judgment (Collins, first name unknown).  Judgment originally sought vengeance on Maxwell Lord for leading his brother to his death (JLA #96). Later Lord — as Lord Havoc — recruited Judgment to be his henchman (JLA #111-113). Judgment was killed by the White Martians (JLA2 #1). First appearance: JLA #96

Kanjar Ro. An alien from the planet Dhor who used a gamma gong to render people motionless, a power rod, and a cosmic rowboat. Later he developed new powers of the mind and learned to separate auras from their bodies. He has become a personal foe of Adam Strange as well as the Justice League, and has plagued the Earth-born space hero with recreations of his old menaces and a time- hopping effect. First appearance: Justice League of America #3. Featured apperances: Justice League of America #24, 120-121, 139 • Action #650 • JLA2 #78-79


Ker Sed. An alien Johnny Appleseed who tried to alter Earth's ecology. Only app: Justice League of America #99

The Key. A scientist who used psycho-chemicals to control men's minds. He compelled the JLA to disband at one time. and at another time to kill each other. In his third appearance he was said to be suffering from a terminal disease due to cellular breakdown from the psycho-chemicals. First appearance: Justice League of America #41. Featured apperances: Justice League of America #63, 110, 150, 191 • JLA #6-9 • Batman #?

The Kilg&re.  This Flash foe is an alien electronic entity who offered the dying Maxwell Lord a second chance at life as Lord Havoc II. After his transformation, Max dispatched the Kilg%re. (JLA #95, 111) First appearance: Flash v.2 #3

Killer Elite (Deadshot, Bolt, Deadline, Merlyn and Chiller). Appearances: Justice League America #105-106

Killer Moth (Cameron van Cleer). One-time JLA villain (Justice League of America #35). First appearance: Batman #63.

Kiman. The chief Weaponer in the anti-matter dimension of Qward (Justice League of America #126). The Weaponers first appeared in Green Lantern v.2 #2.

King Kull. Leader of a race of beast-men on Earth-S who were overthrown by their human slaves thousands of years ago. After ages in suspended animation, Kull returned, determined to destroy all am humanity. (Justice League of America #135-137) First appearance: Captain Marvel Adventures #125.

Know Man. Only app: Justice League: Midsummers Nightmare #1-3

Korge.  A giant alien imprisoned for centuries on Vonn, a planet colonized by Martians. Only app: Justice League of America #115

Kraad.  A humanoid from another dimension who conquered his universe and intended to do the same with that of the JLA. First appearance: Justice League of America #25

Kromm (Justice League of America #3) The metal-skinned alien ruler of the world Mosteel. He is an enemy of Kanjar-Ro.

Legion of Doom.  See Profile

League Busters (Peacemaker, Ultraa, Mirror Master, Chromax, Spellbinder)

First appearance: JLE #65, Justice League America #90

League of Assassins. Attacked the JLA once (Justice League of America #94). First appearance: Strange Adventures #215.

Libra. The organizer of the Injustice Gang of the World, who double-crossed his own organization by using them as tools to siphon half of the JLA's powers, and later half the power of the universe. He discorporated while attempting the latter, his molecules adrift in space. Although It was never revealed who he was under his mask, some believe that due to his power- absorbing capacities. Libra was actually the immortal Professor Ivo. Only app: Justice League of America #111

Lex Luthor. First appearance: Man of Steel #1. Featured apperances: Justice League of America #61, 128 • JLA # 10-15, 36-41

Lobo of Czarnia. Former member of the L.E.G.I.O.N. His clone (Slobo) was a former member of Young Justice. Lobo twice encountered the JLI. Both times, he was hired by Manga Khan. The first time, he was to attack the JLA, the second time he was sent to recapture Despero. First appearance: Omega Men #3. Featured apperances: Justice League America #18 • JLE #32

Lord Havoc II (Maxwell Lord). See Profile.

Lord Manga Khan. First appearance: Justice League America #14
Featured apperances: 15, 18, 42 • JLE #28, 32, 34, 35

Lord of Time. A criminal from visa the 50th Century who used various futuristic devices and weapons. First appearance: Justice League of America #10
Featured apperances: 11, 50, 159, 198-199, 245-246

Simon Magus. An evil magician in the dimension of "Magic Land." First appearance: Justice League of America #2

Major Force (Clifford Zmeck)

Manhunters. Led by the Grandmaster, these androids were a band of galactic agents who revolted against the Guardians of the Universe long ago. The android leader of the Manhunters, in charge of all local Grandmasters. (Justice League of America #140-141). They staged a coup on Earth to prevent the formation of the New Guardians and were ultimately destroyed for good (JLA #10 • Millennium #1-8). First appearance: First Issue Special #5.

Matter Master (Mark Mardon). Personal enemy of Hawkman who possesses the Metachem rod, capable of transmuting and controlling all matter. Fought the JLA as part of loose-knit villain groups and once alone (Justice League of America #28, 116). First appearance: Brave & Bold #35.

Merlyn.  A member of the League of Assassins (Demonfang) whose specialty is archery. First appearance: Justice League of America #94

Metawise, Inc. JLE #22, JLE Annual #2

"The Mighty" Bruce (Bruce, last name unknown). Member of the Injustice League and "Justice League Antarctica." Current whereabouts unknown. He was not with the rest of the Injustice League during their Suicide Squad mission. First appearance: JLA #23.

Mindgrabber Kid (Lucian Crawley). Secretly high school student Lucian Crawley, Mindgrabber Kid is a mutant with psychokinetic and telepathic powers. First appearance: Justice League of America #70. See Profile.

Mirror Master I  (Sam Scudder).  Member of the Injustice Gang (Justice League of America #40, 111, 158-160). Killed by Krona (Crisis #10). First appearance: Flash v.1 #105

Mirror Master III (Evan McCulloch). Member of the Injustice Gang (JLA2 #10-15). First appearance: Animal Man #8

The Mist (Nimbus II; first name is Kyle; alias Jonathan Smythe).  Member of the Secret Society of Super-Villains (Justice League of America #195-197). Deceased (Starman v.2 #72). First appearance: Adventure Comics #67

Mister Nebula, Interplanetary Designer (Kirtan-Rodd). Mister Nebula began life as the humble Kirtan-Rodd of the planet Kvetch. He had the misfortune of running afoul of two Lords of Order. The Lord named St'nn was appalled by the garishness of Kirtan's temple, and killed the designer. Kirtan, however, was only transported to a surreal world, where his appearance and outlook changed drastically. Eventually, he found his way back to "real" space and was himself appalled by the lack of fabulousness it possessed. He became Mister Nebula, Interplanetary Designer, and set about remaking worlds in his image. He transformed a man and named him the Scarlet Skier to be his herald. The Skier became the enemy of the Green Lantern, G'nort and both of them wound up on Earth. When Mr. Nebula returned to Earth, the Skier was able to help the JLI drive him away. As part of the deal, however, the Skier returned to Nebula's service. It was easier and he got a big raise. First appearance: Justice League America #??. Featured apperances: Justice League Quarterly #2

Monarch II  (Nathaniel Adam). This foe of Captain Atom was revealed to actually be the original person of Atom's alter ego, Nathaniel Adam. Captain Atom was Monarch's quantum duplicate. (EJ #6, 13) First appearance: ??

The Monocle (Jonathan Cheval). Foe of the Golden Age Hawkman. Member of the Secret Society of Super-Villains (Justice League of America #195-197). First appearance: Flash Comics #64.

Multi-Man (Duncan Pramble). Member of the Injustice League and Justice League Antarctica." Gets a new power with every new life. First appearance: Challengers of the Unknown v.1 #15

Nebeur Odagled. Prince of the undersea Pale People of Sareme (Justice League of America #90). First appearance: Flash v.1 #119.

Nekron.  A non-humanoid alien, who feeds on fear of death. Only app: Justice League of America #128-129

Neron. First appearance: Underworld Unleashed #1 (Nov. 1995). Featured apperances: Justice League America #105 • JLA #6-7, 60

Nether Man. A humanoid monster created by Dr. Viktor Willard. Only app: Justice League of America #84

Neverwas. An amoeba-like being from Earth's past. Only app: Justice League of America #68

Ocana.  An android built by the people of the micro-world of Starzl to protect them from attack by water. Only app: Justice League of America #18

Olafson, Ewald.  Brother of Ice. Pawn of the Overmaster. Deceased (JLA #81, 84-85). See Cadre.

Overmaster.  See The Cadre

Paragon.  See Obscure Characters

Parry, Joe.  A small-time hood who happened upon a dimensional machine that could materialize alien objects and obey his will. Only app: Justice League of America #33

Penguin (Oswald Cobblepot). The Penguin participated in two loosely formed villain groups (Justice League of America #40, 135), and was a member of the Injustice Gang (Justice League of America #61). First appearance: Detective #58

Pied Piper (Hartley Rathaway).  Former member of Flash's Rogues Gallery, now reformed. The Pied Piper participated in two loosely formed villain groups (Justice League of America #14, 35). First appearance: Flash v.1 #106

Poison Ivy (Pamela Lillian Isley).  Foe of Batman. Member of "Justice League of Arkham." First appearance: Batman #181

Professor Amos Fortune. A scientist who created a Stimoluck device that supposedly affected people's "luck glands." Later he took the guise of Mr. Memory, with induced-amnesia as his gimmick, and still later as Ace, leader of the Royal Flush Gang. See also Royal Flush Gang. First appearance: Justice League of America #6. Featured apperances: Justice League of America #14, 43, 54,151, 194 • JLE #43-44

Professor Ivo (Anthony Ives). The creator of Amazo who invented a device to drain super-heroes of their powers. He also concocted and drank an immortality serum from the oldest living animals on Earth. First appearance: Brave & Bold #30. Featured apperances: Justice League of America #218, 258-261 • Justice League Quarterly #5 • JLA #5 • JLA: Tomorrow Woman


Prometheus. First appearance: JLA #16
Featured apperances: 17, 36-41

Puanteur. First appearance: JLE #24
Featured apperances: JLE #25 • Justice League America #103-104

Putty Men.  Soft, pudgy android created by T.O. Morrow. Only app: Justice League of America #105

Queen Bee (Zazzala). An alien named Zazzala from the insect-humanoid race of Korll who sought an immortality potion. With the JLA's help she found it, but later had them free her from its immobility effect. When last seen, she was attempting to add Earth to her empire. First appearance: Justice League of America #23
Featured apperances: Justice League of America #60, 131-132 • JLA #34, 36-41

Queen Bee II of Bialya. First appearance: Justice League America #16
Featured apperances: JLE #2-4, 30 • JLE Annual #1

Queen Bee III (Beatriz of Bialya) Only app: JLA: Incarnations #6

Ra's Al Ghul. First appearance: Batman #232
Featured apperances: Justice League of America #155 • JLA #43-46

Ricketts, Pete. A small-time hood who happened upon a scientist's mind-control gun. Only app: Justice League of America #8

The Riddler (Edward "Eddie" Nashton [aka: Edward Nigma]).  Associate of Echo & Query. Member of the "Justice League of Arkham." First appearance: Detective #140

Rott. Only app: JLA #76

The Royal Flush Gang see Profile

Saturna. (Justice League of America #2) The Lord of Misrule in the dimension of "Magic Land."

Sayyar. (Justice League of America #3) The dictator of the planet Larr with a reptilian form. He is an enemy of Kanjar-Ro.

Scarabus. See Power Girl

Scarface & the Ventriloquist (Arnold Wesker).  Members of the "Justice League of Arkham." First appearance: Detective Comics #583 (Feb. 1988)

Secret Society of Super Villains. See Profile.

Sensei. The Japanese leader of the League of Assassins (Demonfang), an adjunct to the Society of Assassins run by Batman enemy Ra's al Ghul. (Justice League of America #94) First appearance: Strange Adventures #215 (1968)

Shadow Thief (Carl Sands).  The personal enemy of Hawkman, he obtained a dimensionometer from an alien that allowed his body to be projected into another dimension while a two dimensional shadow-being he could control took his place. A side effect of the dimensionmeter is that if it is used too often it will unleash forces that will bring about an Ice Age. (Justice League of America #111, 139) First appearance: Brave & Bold #36.

The Shaggy Man. A 25-foot hairy humanoid made out of plastalloy by Prof. Andrew Zagarian, who lashes out at anything that moves and can fully regenerate any part of its body. It is currently imprisoned aboard the JLA satellite. First appearance: Justice League of America #45. Featured apperances: Justice League of America #104, 186, JLA #24

Solaris see Justice Legion A. First appearance: DC One Million #1
Featured apperances: DC One Million #1-4 • JLA One Million

Solomon Grundy.  A white-skinned humanoid creature spawned in Slaughter Swamp. Primary foe of the Golden Age Green Lantern. Member of the Injustice Society but battled the JLA independently during two JSA team-ups (Justice League of America #46-47, 91-92). First appearance: All-American #61.

Sonar. Personal enemy of Green Lantern, he Is the master of sound as well as the ruler of the small country of Moldavia. First appearance: Green Lantern v.2 #14
Featured apperances: Justice League of America #131-132 • JLE #47-50

Spirit King.  Killed Mr. Terrific during a JLA/JSA team-up. First appearance: Justice League of America #171. Other apps: Justice League of America #172 • Spectre v.3 #54

Sportsmaster ("Crusher" Crock).  Member of the Injustice Society (Justice League of America #123-124). 1st app, as Crock: All-American Comics #85

Starbreaker. A humanoid alien who thrives on the energy caused by the emotions of living beings. He. hurls planets into their suns so he can absorb the death throes of its inhabitants. First appearance: Justice League of America #96. Featured apperances: Justice League of America #97-98

Starro/the Star Conqueror. A giant intelligent alien star- fish who could read minds and shoot atomic energy through its tentacles. First appearance: Brave & Bold #28
Featured apperances: Justice League of America #65, 189-190 • JLE #26-28 • JLA #22-23 • JLA: Secret Files #1.

Star Sapphire II (Carol Ferris).  Fought Extreme Justice once as a villain (EJ #10). 1st app (as Carol): Showcase #22. As Star Sapphire: Green Lantern v.2 #16

Star Sapphire III (Deborah Camille Darnell, Remoni-Notra of Pandina).  Member of the Secret Society of Super-Villains. (Justice League of America #166-168) First appearance: Secret Society of Super-Villains #1. Killed by the Spectre, Infinite Crisis #6.

Tattooed Man.  Member of the Injustice Gang. (Justice League of America #28, 61, 69, 111, 158). First appearance: Green Lantern v.2 #23

Teasdale, Irwin.  JLA #31-32 • JLE #7-8

Terrane.  An android built by the people of the micro-world of Starzl to protect them against land attack. Only app: Justice League of America #18

T.O. Morrow (Thomas Oscar Morrow). A scientist "ahead of his time" who in- vented futuristic devices and weaponry by peering into the future through a time- scope. He created the android Red Tornado, and was snatched from the present in JLA #106. First appearance: Flash v.1 #143. First appearance: Justice League of America #64. Featured apperances: Justice League of America #65, 87, 105-106, 192-193 • JLA2 #5 • DC Two Thousand #1-2.

Tormocks.  Alien enemies of Guy Gardner's race, the Vuldarians (Warrior #32-34, JLA #101-102, Hawkman #22-23)

The Tornado Tyrant. An alien whirlwind named Ulthoon, who after being beaten by Adam Strange, decided to reform. As the Tornado Champion, he created a mental projection of Earth on which he imitated the entire Justice League. Another Tyrant rose to oppose him but was vanquished by the Champion. Both entities were eventually drawn into the newly-created android body of the Red Tornado. Together, they now provide the android's sentience. First appearance: Mystery In space #61
Featured apperances: Justice League of America #17, 192-193.

Tortolini, Wally. A jilted journalist whose article on the JLI was cancelled by Vivian (Crimson Fox) D'Aramis. He went on to win a bunch of super-weapons and tangled with the JLA and the mob. First appearance: Justice League America #38. Apps: JLA 43-44

Troll King. An evil-doer in the dimension of "Magic Land." Only app: Justice League of America #2

Two-Face (Harvey Dent).  Personal enemy of Batman who betrayed the JLA to the Weaponers of Qward. (Justice League of America #125-126). First appearance: Detective #66.

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The Ultra-Humanite.  original name unknown; Delores Winters. Leader of Secret Society of Super-Villains (Justice League of America #195-197). His brain was finally destroyed in JSA #37. 1st app (as an old man): Action Comics #13

The Unimaginable. An intangible space-entity with awesome abilities who wanted to join the JLA. It later possessed the form of the alien Dr. Bendorian. HJas appeared a couple other times. (Valor #6-10, Supermen of America #5-6) First appearance: Justice League of America #42. Featured apperances: Justice League of America #44

Vandal Savage. First appearance: Green Lantern v.1 #10
Featured appearances: JLTF #17-20, 25 • Justice League America #88

Willard, Viktor.  A scientist who created the Nether-Man and desired to purge the world of mankind's existence by aggravating the violent tendency in humanity. Only app: Justice League of America #84

The Wizard (William Zard). Member of the Crime Champions (Justice League of America #21-22), leader of the Secret Society of Super-Villains (Justice League of America #166-168). First appearance: All-Star Comics #34

Xotar, the Weapons Master. A criminal from 11,960 who used various futuristic weapons and rode inside a giant sentient robot. First appearance: Brave & Bold #29. Featured apperances: Justice League of America #61-62, 66-67 • Action #650 • Superman: Man of Steel Annual #4 • JLA Gallery

Theo Zappa.  A corporation boss in possession of an artificial memory wand who dealt with an alien named Pajna Darr to sell Earth's plankton. Only app: Justice League of America #86