...things were taking a strange turn.

The Hall of Justice had a pretty good run - from the Super Friends in 1973 all the way out to Super Powers in '86. But after that, well, she fell on hard times. The landscapers left, the weeds grew tall, several bricks were thrown through the giant windows out front.

Eventually the property was picked up by Booster Gold and turned into a night club. Yes, patrons were in for a

The following pages detail the dramatic and controversial changes made to the Hall of Justice, despite protests from various governmental agencies. From the cage dancers to the mud wrestling pit, there are plenty of changes to see!

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