When he escaped prison, The Wizard formed a second team. This time he partnered with The Icicle, The Fiddler, The Sportsmaster, The Huntress, and The Harlequin. Their goal was to steal major American monuments and articles. The agenda was partly undermined by The Harlequin, whose own motivation was to eventually ensnare The Green Lantern in a romantic relationship. Of course, the ISW was defeated again.
In more recent times, the Injustice Society renewed its conflict with the Justice Society, and has also clashed with the Justice League. Even more recently, the mastermind Johnny Sorrow formed an updated incarnation of the Injustice Society. Sorrow - an obscure but deadly villain from the Golden Age - proved every bit as cunning and dastardly as The Wizard, The Icicle, and others who have led The Injustice Society. Green Lantern, The Flash, and other diehard members of the JSA rose to the challenge, and beat back the ISW once again. Although defeated, the Injustice Society never stays down, and its reputation remains as infamous as The Injustice Gang, The Secret Society of Super-Villains, and The Legion of Doom.
First Appearance: All-Star Comics #37 (October 1947)
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