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“THE GUARDIANS OF METROPOLIS!” With Superman gone, the spotlight shifts to tales starring the surviving heroes of Metropolis. Featuring Guardian, Thorn, Gangbuster and Waverider! Plus, “SISTER ACT” and “VANISHING POINT.”

  1. "The Guardians of Metropolis!" written by Karl Kesel, penciled and inked by Walter Simonson, colored by Glenn Whitmore and lettered by John Workman.
  2. "Sister Act" written by Roger Stern, penciled by Denis Rodier, inked by Ande Parks, colored by Glenn Whitmore and lettered by John Workman.
  3. "Gangbuster of Suicide Slum" written by Jerry Ordway, penciled by Dennis Janke, inked by Mike Machlan, colored by Glenn Whitmore and lettered by John Costanza and Albert De Guzman.
  4. "Funeral Pyres!" written by William Messner-Loebs, penciled by Curt Swan, inked by Josef Rubinstein, colored by Glenn Whitmore and lettered by Bill Oakley.
  5. "No Title" written and penciled by Dan Jurgens, inked by Trevor Scott, colored by Glenn Whitmore and lettered by John Costanza.
  6. "DC Universe" one page text piece featuring "L.E.G.I.O.N. Blowout!" in the upcoming issue of L.E.G.I.O.N. #50. "We're Not Crazy, We're Mad" Mad Magazine is now the property of Warner Brothers. Finally "DC Bullets" Gerald Jones is a father, Eclipso cooks a dog in Eclipso #5, purchase DC's newest posters featuring: Women of the DC Universe, Death, Robin and Doom Patrol and finally Archie Goodwin's daughter has got herself a job at the New York City Zoo. Artwork featured: Ig'nea and Baby Dax by Barry Kitson and John Stokes.


  • Cover dated 1993 and the inside indica dated March 1993.
  • Carlin Express is a homage to Mike Carlin in "Sister Act" page 7 panel 2.

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