JLA #66

    JLA » JLA #66 - The Destroyers Part 1 released by DC Comics on July 1, 2002.

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    From the present to the past, from the moon to the depths of the Atlantic Ocean, come a pair of warrior-priests the likes of which the world hasn't seen in thousands of years. These lords of the Earth, from kingdoms that predate history, have no patience for the lowly members of the Justice league ? and have very violent ways of expressing themselves! This newest danger is only the precursor of the menace that will haunt the JLA for many months to come...



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    Start if Obsidian Age 0

    This is the first part of the story Arc Obsidian Age, although some of the effects were seen in issue JLA #65. The story arc was one of my personal favorites, and one of the first I remember reading when i started getting heavy into comics. Looking back this issue was a nice kick off to the Obsidian Age, and one of the less confusing parts of the Arc.The Story is easy to fallow if you remember a few things. Aquaman and Atlantis were seemingly destroyed by Imperiex, during Our Worlds At War. ...

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