Repossessions last edited by ghostgrifter on 11/18/19 05:49PM View full history

    Blue Beetle and Booster Gold are hired to capture a vampire in ”Repossessions".

    Instead of cleaning up the mess the Shrunken Khunds made in the Justice League embassy Blue Beetle takes a repossession job for Jacobs Research Labs for him and his partner Booster Gold. Their job is to apprehend a recently discovered "vampire" living in the sewers as a specimen for the Research Lab. They find and fight the beast but realize he may not be the evil man-killer they took him for and develop a soft spot for him, but Caitiff (the "vampire") commits suicide.


    • Ty Templeton penciled pages 1-3 and 22.
    • Mike McKone penciled pages 4-21.
    • First post-Crisis appearance of Caitiff.
    • No issue released for the month of March.
    • The last issue of the series.
    • Series continues under the title Justice League America.
    • Numbering continues with Justice League America #26.

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    The Death of Caitiff; a parody on heroism and humanity itself 0

    Beetle and Booster, an awesome duo to hang out with, but not the best examples of a hero you could get. Booster's all about the fame and the glory, and the partners are all about money. I guess this run on the Justice League is meant to emphasize their weaknesses as a team, about how unorganized and undisciplined they are, so this issue falls in line as ordinary. Still, i feel as if this issue strikes right into the vanity and the gluttony we all have and exhibit everyday.ingFirst off, Beetle wa...

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