To finish off our look at Stan Lee's take on the DC Universe, here's his Justice League of America! You've got the Wayne Williams version of Batman that I talked about before, accompanied by Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash and Green Lantern. Stan twists lore quite a bit with differing degrees of success... His Superman is a space cop (with a goon-like personality) who gets trapped on Earth, while the Flash is a woman injected with hummingbird DNA which gives her the ability to travel at super speeds (iffy origin, but I do like her costume). His Green Lantern is a college professor who gets his powers from the magical tree of life, Yggdrasil, which would have been a cool, more mystical take on GL, but Stan sorta blows it by making the dude extremely generic. Wonder Woman comes off the most interesting, actually - she's a young Latin American woman named Maria Mendoza who gets her powers from a staff that once belonged to a sun god and was passed down to Manco Capac, the founder of Incan civilization. Anyway, the heroes come together to battle Dominic Darrk, who's trying to bring a being known only as Crisis to Earth. They fight against a Stan Lee take on the Doom Patrol, and in the final book of the "Just Imagine" universe, simply titled "Crisis," the Justice League grows and is bolstered by new members, including Aquaman (basically the Human Torch but made out of water), Catwoman (see my last post for more on her), Shazam (a giant red monster, which is cool), Sandman (a former astronaut who travels to the realm of dreams), Oracle (another member of the realm of dreams) and finally Atom (an all-powerful deity who was formerly Hawkman who was formerly Robin and yeaaahh it's complicated haha). Ultimately, is this a WEIRD remix of the heroes we know and love? Yeah, and depending on your tolerance for alternate universes and for Stan Lee's 1960s-style writing, you might either love or hate it. I find it to be an interesting experiment worth reading at least once if nothing else, and let it be known that Stan's DC characters actually got officially categorized into the DC Multiverse! According to the 2015 Multiversity Guidebook, they reside on Earth-6!