The Secret Origin of Mr. Miracle... <<Escapism>> ...and Oberon; The Untold Origin of Green Flame: The Spy Who Blew Me Up; 200 Years Of Solitude last edited by Darkside_of_the_Sun on 09/29/18 07:19PM View full history

The Secret origins of the Justice League International. First up, the secret origins of Mr. Miracle and Oberon in “ESCAPISM.” The untold origin of Green Flame is told in “THE SPY WHO BLEW ME UP.” Ice Maiden’s secret origin is told when Rod Schoendienst is sent to investigate a paranormal area of Norway and finds more than he bargained for in “200 YEARS OF SOLITUDE!"

  1. "The Secret Origin of Mr. Miracle... <<Escapism>> ...and Oberon" written by Mike Carlin, penciled by Don Heck, inked by Art Adams and Klaus Janson, colored by Tom Ziuko and lettered by Albert De Guzman.
  2. "The Untold Origin of Green Flame: The Spy Who Blew Me Up" written by Tom and Mary Bierbaum, penciled by Chuck Austin, inked by Gary Martin, colored by Tom Ziuko and lettered by Todd Klein.
  3. "200 Years of Solitude" written by Gerard Jones, penciled by Valentino, inked by Eduardo Barreto, colored by Tom Ziuko and lettered by Todd Klein.

Notes:

  • This issue is part 1 of a 3 issue concept dedicated to various members of the Justice League International.
  • Most characters have cameo appearances.
  • The Mr. Miracle story is divided into two halves. The upper half of the page is Mr. Miracle's story and the bottom half of the page is Oberon's story.
  • In the Ice story, the character Rod Schoendienst makes a reference to reading Marvel Comics (concerning the Scandinavian legends).
  • The covers from issues 33-35 form a panorama.
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