JLA: World Without Grown-Ups #1
JLA: World Without Grown-Ups #2 cover

Date:

September 1998

Title:

“JLA: World Without Grown-Ups”

Credits:

Todd Dezago (Story) • Humberto Ramos (Kid Pencils) • Paul Neary (Kid Inks) • Jason Wright (Colorist) • John Workman (Letterer) • Grant Morrison (Special Thanks [Consultant]) • Eddie Berganza (Editor) • Mike McKone / Mark McKenna / Humberto Ramos / Wayne Faucher (Cover)

Plot:

With all the world’s adult missing and the unsupervised kids getting themselves into all kinds of trouble, it’s up to the kid heroes — including Inferno — to save the world.

Only scenes dealing with Legion of Super-Heroes characters are dealt with here.

CHANGE HISTORY

Date of Change Content of Change
03/31/99
Posted
12/29/99
Tracking updates from Superboy v3 #65
Expanded to full tracking file
05/04/00
Tracking correction
05/11/00
Reprint status update
08/01/00
Typo correction


Character and Object Tracking

Heroes

Locations

Name

Previous Appearance

Next Appearance

Heroes

Inferno (Sandy Anderson (footnote #1)) Superboy v3 #49 Superboy v3 #65

Locations

One-shot or Untracked Locations:
unspecified location in New Mexico


1. Name unrevealed, but “Sandy Anderson” was given as her name in the first timeslip story (Legion of Super-Heroes v4 #92) and all the characters’ names were close to their real ones, so that will be used until a better name is supplied.

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Analysis Notes

General Inferno only appears in 26:3.
The art in consideration here is Ramos/Faucher only.  McKone/McKenna worked on other parts of the interiors
26:3 It appears that some of Inferno’s time with the Legion wore off on her, such that she’s doing some heroic work now and then.
Why she has ended up in New Mexico — she was last seen in New England — is anyone’s guess.
Reprints This issue was reprinted in the JLA: World Without Grownups trade paperback collection.

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