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Justice Society of America: Supertown (edition 2011)

by Marc Guggenheim (Author), Mike Norton (Illustrator), Scott Kolins (Illustrator)

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Title:Justice Society of America: Supertown
Authors:Marc Guggenheim (Author)
Other authors:Mike Norton (Illustrator), Scott Kolins (Illustrator)
Info:DC Comics (2011), Paperback, 144 pages
Collections:Graphic Novels and Comic Collections, Library book, Read in One Day, Read, Read in 2012, Read in November, Read but unowned, TIoLI Challenege
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Tags:Fiction, Graphic Novel, Comics, DC Comics, Justice Society of America

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"Just when Jay Garrick is considering retiring as the Flash, he is forced into his most heroic role yet. A meta-terrorist attack threatens downtown Monument Point, and the JSA responds in force. Six hours of fighting later, the city's core has been destroyed, the JSA's been beaten down...and the Green Lantern's neck is broken! Even with the life of his best friend hanging by a thread in the hospital, the Flash realizes that his place is with the people of Monument Point, rebuilding and protecting the city. And right when everything seems to be getting back to normal: enter Dr. Chaos. He's got wicked plans ahead of him and a trail of dead behind him and he's bringing the man that broke the Green Lantern with him."--P. [4] of cover.… (more)

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