Justice League of America (1960) - #153
"Earth's First And Last Super-Hero"
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E. Nelson Bridwell
Jack Abel - 'Gary Michaels'
Richard F. 'Rich' Buckler
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Cover Date: April 1978
Cover Price: US $0.60
Issue Tagline: Here Comes The Man Who's Mightier Than Superman, Flash, Green Lantern, Batman, And Green Arrow Combined! His Name Is Ultraa - - Where Did He Come From? How Did He Get His Incredible Powers? Is He The World's Supreme Super-Hero - - It's Most Dangerous Mena
Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 48 pages
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Letters Column: JLA Mail Room
The five most popular members of the Justice League -- Superman, Batman, Flash, Green Lantern, and Green Arrow -- are transported to Earth-Prime, where they meet the first and only super-hero of that world: Ultraa! After battling against and then alongside the JLA, Ultraa is horrified at the damage he has caused to his world, and agrees to return to Earth-1 with the JLA.
First appearance of Ultraa and second appearance of Julius Schwartz of Earth-Prime. Flash first visited Earth-Prime in Flash (1959) #179.
This was the only new JLA story in a 12-year run that was not drawn by Dick Dillin, who pencilled every other issue from #64 (August 1968) until his death after #183 (October, 1980).
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