Justice League America (1989-1996) #96

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Published February, 1995 (Modern Age) by DC Comics and went on sale in 1995 for $1.50 USD. This issue contains ____ pages in ____, the current NM value is $1.50 USD.

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bobashep
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by on 7/20/2013 7:50:00 PM

Way back in the pages of Justice League #1, Max Lord hired a mentally unstable guy to pretend he had a bomb and to hold up the United Nations. It was Lord’s madcap scheme to get the League back together. I guess invitations were too expensive. Well, now it’s about a dozen years later and that crazy guy’s brother has come for revenge. I’m glad that they finally address this. I’ve been wondering for a while just who and why that guy decided to take out the entire U.N. The characters are wonderfully written. The art isn’t bad. It’s a like cartoony with that overly muscled 90s style. But, it’s not anywhere as bad as anything drawn by Rob Liefeld.

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