JLA #2

    JLA » JLA #2 - The Day The Earth Stood Still released by DC Comics on February 1, 1997.

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    The Day The Earth Stood Still last edited by SaveMeAndy on 04/10/23 10:08PM View full history

    After the demonstrations of the Hyperclan's powers (bringing back life to the Sahaara's desert) a new agenda of the team begins. They instantly build three towers arising from the ground in Antartica, the Pacific Ocean and the desert the Gobi desert. This increases the suspicions of JLA's towards the new protectors of Earth.

    The JLA go for direct assault against the members of Hyperclan in three teams: Green Lantern, Flash and J'onn against Zenturion, Zum and Armek, Wonder Woman (who meets Aquaman) against Fluxus and Tronix, and Superman and Batman (whose plane crashed and was apparently dead) against A-Mortal, Primaid, Tronix. The the exception of Batman, Wally West and Kyle Rayner the JLA is held captive of the Hyperclan.


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    SUMMARY:  In this issue the Justice League discovers the three towers that have been erected by the Hyperclan have been sending subliminal "hate the justice league messages. So J'onn suggests they do as they always do and divide their forces to investigate each one of the towers. Unfortunately things don't go so well and the group ends up captured and Batman presumed dead.   Cover: I don't know about this one. I think the two black and white boxes are interrupting the image. Then again, the imag...

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