But, before going into that, a little of the history of these villains, while we tick down the seconds to their big plans!
Chronosthe Crime Champions, the Injustice Gang of the World, the Secret Society of Super-Villains and the Suicide Squad, as well as fighting dinosaurs and playing baseball as he perfected his time travel devices.
Invasion! in Justice League International #23 (January, 1989). Failing at that, the Injustice League returned a few times (even giving up being villains for a time, working as a Justice League satellite branch, the Justice League Antarctica as of Justice League America Annual #4 of 1990, being involved in the Justice League Breakdowns crossover, then going back to the villainous side for Justice League Europe #49 and #50 of 1993.
Calendar Manquite a few, but really?), this continued into Detective Comics #551 (June, 1985), and a defeat in Batman #385 (July, 1985)...but he was able to escape and be involved in the Crisis On Infinite Earths with other villains, and escaped again in Batman #400 (October, 1986).
Killer Moth and a new villain, Chancer, who, combined, were able to prove that any villain can be deadly!
Time Foes Gather
...and the Time Foes didn't make either of these covers, as their time together ran out.