Blue Jay +
the Silver Sorceress

Created by Mike Friedrich & Dick Dillin

NAME + ALIASES:
Jay Abrams

KNOWN RELATIVES:
none

GROUP AFFILIATIONS:
Justifiers, Justice League International

FIRST APPEARANCE:
Justice League of America #87 (Feb. 1971)

NAME + ALIASES:
Laura Cynthia Neilsen

KNOWN RELATIVES:
none

GROUP AFFILIATIONS:
Justifiers, Justice League International

FIRST APPEARANCE:
Justice League of America #87 (February 1971)

DEATH:
Justice League Europe #35

+ History

Laura Cynthia Neilsen and Jay Abrams first came to Earth from their native world, Angor, with their companions, the Justifiers (Wandjina and Jack B. Quick). They sought help from the JLA but clashed instead, and returned to Angor. (Justice League of America #87)

Years later, they returned to Earth intent on disarming its nuclear arsenal, so our world would not suffer the same fate. (Justice League #2) After losing the battle (Wandjina gave his life), Bluejay and the Sorceress returned to Angor, which led their mortal foes, the Extremists, to Earth. (JLE #15)

The pair aided in the Extremists' defeat and then joined the European branch of Justice League International. (JLE #20) Both served with the JLE until it's "breakdown." During this trying time, the Sorceress was killed by Dreamslayer. She was buried on the island of Kooey Kooey Kooey. Bluejay left for parts unknown; his current whereabouts are mystery. (JLE #35)

Notes

The Justifiers appeared to be a Marvel Comics knock-off paralleling the Avengers' Thor, Scarlet Witch, Wasp and Quicksilver. Other knock-offs Bowman (Hawkeye), Tin Man (Iron Man) appeared in Justice League Quarterly #3, Summer 1991.

+ Powers

Bluejay can shrink, and when he does, he grows wings which allow him to fly.

The Silver Sorceress was capable of casting a wide range of magical spells.

Appearances + References

» FEATURED APPEARANCES:

  • Justice League #2-3, 59
  • Justice League Europe # 11-12, 15-35
  • Justice League Quarterly #3

» SERIES:

none

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