Justice Society of America #48

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Publisher DC
Brand DC (swirl)
Condition VF/NM
Issue Number 48
Writer/Script Ian Sattler (introduction and responses), Geoff Johns, Marc Guggenheim
Story Artist (illustration), Ivan Reis; Ed Benes; Ardian Syaf, Scott Kolins, Scott Kolins (signed)
Story Inks (illustration), Oclair Albert; Ed Benes; Vicente Cifuentes, Scott Kolins, Scott Kolins (signed)
Story Colors ; Randy Mayor, Mike Atiyeh, Mike Atiyeh
Story Letters typeset, Steve Wands, Rob Leigh,
Cover Colors N/A
Cover Inks N/A
Cover Letters N/A
Cover Artist N/A
Story Characters Green Lantern Corps [Green Lantern [Arisia Rrab]; Green Lantern [Guy Gardner]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Green Lantern [John Stewart]; Green Lantern [Kilowog]; Green Lantern [Kyle Rayner]; Green Lantern [Salaak]; Green Lantern [Soranik Natu]]; Ganthet; Manhunters; Krona (villain); Red Lantern Corps [Red Lantern [Atrocitus]; Red Lantern [Bleez]], Justice Society of America [Obsidian; Lightning [Jennifer Pierce]; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Dr. Mid-Nite [Pieter Cross]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Mr. America [Jeffrey Graves]; Mr. Terrific [Michael Holt]; Dr. Fate [Kent V. Nelson];Stargirl; Cyclone; King Chimera; Tomcat; Hourman [Rick Tyler]; Power Girl; Judomaster [Sonia Sato]; Darkknight; Liberty Belle; Red Beetle; Jesse Quick; Citizen Steel; Manhunter [Kate Spencer]; Ri]; Scythe; Dr. Chaos; Dennis Hogan; Senator Eagin, Justice Society of America [Mr. Terrific [Michael Holt]; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Dr. Fate [Kent V. Nelson]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Lightning [Jennifer Pierce]]
Synopsis Obsidian refuses to heed Flash's warning and enters Scythe's cell. The villain overcomes Obsidian and heads to where Dr. Mid-Nite, Wildcat, and Flash are dealing with Dr. Chaos. Flash moves Scythe away from the city, while Chaos gloats how the JSA is falling right into his trap, though he may not have counted on the JSA having back-up. Meanwhile, the real mastermind behind the plot is revealed, though not his still mysterious motivation.
Dimensions standard Modern Age US
Print Date April 2011
Reprint? No
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