Green Lantern surrenders himself to robotic Manhunters to stand trial for the destruction of a planet. While Flash acts as John's attorney, the rest of the League discovers that Kanjar Ro actually helped the Manhunters frame John.
- Badass Creed: "No man escapes the Manhunters."
- And of course the Green Lantern oath.
- Bar Brawl: Hawkgirl confronts the members of the Green Lantern Corp who are unwilling to help John, calling him a disgrace, at a bar. This infuriated Hawkgirl and causing her to single-handedly beating up all four Lanterns.
- Courtroom Antic: Flash stalls time by offering to be John's lawyer.
- Evil Lawyer Joke:
Flash: "Don't you have any lawyers here?"
Chief Judge: "We solved our lawyer problem a long time ago.
Third Judge: However, you could speak for him if you wish.
Second Judge: But be aware: If you lose, you will share the same penalty as the accused."
Flash: "The same penalty? You mean... That's crazy!"
Chief Judge: "No, that's how we solved our lawyer problem."
- Pragmatic Adaptation: This episode is loosely adapted from a 1977 two-part story that ran in Justice League of America #140-141, titled "No Man Escapes the Manhunter" and "No World Escapes the Manhunters".
- Surprise Witness: The irony wasn't lost on Flash, who introduced Kilowag as a "surprise witness". When asked which sort of witness he was, Flash came with a joke about Kilowag's size.
- Trial Of The Mystical Jury
- Turned Against Their Masters