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He was a founding member of the Justice Society, appearing in most of its adventures between 1940 and to 1951.He got a second series of his own in the back pages of ", lasting from issues #80 to #104 (February, 1947-February, 1949).Palmer by this point had taken up the Atom identity and costume, and Choi inherited a copy of the costume after he went missing, similarly to his original version.He subsequently got a one-shot written by Steve Orlando, , explaining how he had become Palmer's assistant and helped him in his adventures as the Atom before he took up the mantle himself, as a prelude to joining the Orlando-written Justice League of America.

Ray incorporates the lens in a costume that allows him to shrink (all the way to subatomic size! Despite these unlikely powers he became a successful hero and joined the Justice League.The Ryan Choi Atom was the most often seen in the , though his role was originally intended to be filled by the Blue Beetle, and bears rather more similarities to him than the comics' Atom.When the hero of the show and one of the antagonists have a romantic tone right out in the open, as opposed to Foe Romance Subtext.She spent her time with the Justice League so she could incapacitate them just before the evil Earth-3 Justice League arrived on Earth, allowing them to take over the world unopposed.

She eventually got killed by Lex Luthor at the end of continuity, now several years younger, as an assistant to Palmer at Ivy University.

After that the character mostly had regular appearances in team books and crossovers.