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All Star Comics 80 Page Giant #1 (1999)

All Star Comics 80 Page Giant #1 (1999)

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WRITTEN BY MARK WAID, ROY THOMAS, JOE KELLY, AND VARIOUS; ART BY ADAM DEKRAKER, DENYS COWAN AND VARIOUS; COVER BY MICHAEL LARK In stores July 14. An exciting one-shot showcases seven tales of the JSA, including a WWII tale written by Roy Thomas (ALL-STAR SQUADRON) that pits Doctor Fate and the Golden Age Green Lantern against the Nazis' deadliest agent: the Norse god Thor (illustrated by Kevin Sharpe)! Elsewhere in the Golden Age: Doctor Mid-Nite offers Atom Al Pratt some advice in dealing with college bullies (written by Mark Waid with art by Adam DeKraker and Mark Propst); Wonder Woman tries to teach Phantom Lady and Liberty Belle about being a liberated woman in a tale featuring the original Red Tornado (written by Eric Luke with art by Chris Jones); and Sandman Wesley Dodds faces the Third Reich's dreaded "Dream Assassin" in a subconscious battle with waking-world consequences (written by John Ostrander with art by Denys Cowan). Plus: The original Hourman faces a foe 50% his superior: the 90- Minute Man (written by Tom Peyer with art by Pete Pachoumis); the Spectre and Starman face off against each other over the fate of a group of Japanese war criminals (written by Joe Kelly with art by Duncan Rouleau); and, in the modern day, Wildcat teaches today's Starman some lessons in manhood (writen by James Robinson and David S. Goyer with art by David Ross). FC, 80 PG.
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
WRITTEN BY MARK WAID, ROY THOMAS, JOE KELLY, AND VARIOUS; ART BY ADAM DEKRAKER, DENYS COWAN AND VARIOUS; COVER BY MICHAEL LARK In stores July 14. An exciting one-shot showcases seven tales of the JSA, including a WWII tale written by Roy Thomas (ALL-STAR SQUADRON) that pits Doctor Fate and the Golden Age Green Lantern against the Nazis' deadliest agent: the Norse god Thor (illustrated by Kevin Sharpe)! Elsewhere in the Golden Age: Doctor Mid-Nite offers Atom Al Pratt some advice in dealing with college bullies (written by Mark Waid with art by Adam DeKraker and Mark Propst); Wonder Woman tries to teach Phantom Lady and Liberty Belle about being a liberated woman in a tale featuring the original Red Tornado (written by Eric Luke with art by Chris Jones); and Sandman Wesley Dodds faces the Third Reich's dreaded "Dream Assassin" in a subconscious battle with waking-world consequences (written by John Ostrander with art by Denys Cowan). Plus: The original Hourman faces a foe 50% his superior: the 90- Minute Man (written by Tom Peyer with art by Pete Pachoumis); the Spectre and Starman face off against each other over the fate of a group of Japanese war criminals (written by Joe Kelly with art by Duncan Rouleau); and, in the modern day, Wildcat teaches today's Starman some lessons in manhood (writen by James Robinson and David S. Goyer with art by David Ross). FC, 80 PG.
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