Captain Atom appears in 715 issues.
A league of Captain Atoms, everywhere in the multiverse, united to take their last stand against Monarch in the ending series,"Countdown: Arena."
Continuum Staff works at the Continuum.
In an authoritarian future where 90% of superhumans were depowered, the Crusaders are a branch of the Department of Defense headed by Kate Kane that enforces the prohibition against superpowers in the United States.
Extreme Justice was formed by Captain Atom as a pro-active attack on the darker forces rather than a reactionary defense.
Strongly against Superman's creation of the One-Earth Regime, Batman summons as many heroes he can find who have yet to side with Superman's dictatorship in order to combat it from the shadows.
In KC, group of violent metahumans lead by Magog.
Framed for a crime he didn't commit and forced into an experiment instead of being executed, Captain Atom began as a pawn of the military but evolved to become a hero of the people.
Assigned as the first team leader of Justice League Europe.
Sanctioned by the United Nations, the Justice League International is designed to be a publicly accountable answer to the Justice League.
Joined in Justice League International (1987) #7.
Framed for a crime he didn't commit and forced into an experiment instead of being executed, Captain Atom quantom leaped 20 years into the future, where he was forced to serve under the government
Following the events of Forever Evil, the A.R.G.U.S.-led Justice League of America is disbanded, but while helping Adam Strange in Canada, Stargirl puts out a call for back-up and a new splinter Justice League team is formed in the north.
The DCAU's version of the Justice League. It was originally formed to stop an alien invasion.
Led by Monarch, they declared war against the Monitors.
Project M is a black-ops government organization that specializes in military intelligence and combat enhancements.
Group of soldiers commanded by General Superman and High Chief Vandal Savage against the Dominators in a vision of an alternate reality
The Superbuddies were a short-lived group of JLI-era superheroes assembled by Maxwell Lord. They were stationed in a Queens, NY strip mall, and advertised themselves as "Heroes for the Common Man!".
The airborne branch of the United States Armed Forces.
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