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Starman (1994) - #42
"1944: Science and Sorcery"
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James Dale Robinson

Matthew Dow Smith - 'Matt Smith, Matthew Smith'

Wade Von Grawbadger

Gregory Wright

Bill Oakley

Archie Goodwin
Chuck Kim

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Tony Harris

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Cover Date: May 1998
Cover Price: US $ 2.25

Issue Tagline: Science and Sorcery: 1944

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 36 pages

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Letters Column: Lost in the Stars

A book has been procured by a group of Nazis hoping to open a portal into the void, a dimension supposedly opened by Pandora that would suck a target into it. They aim to open the portal as a test in Opal, but Ted isn't going to let any Nazis destroy his town. Meanwhile, in Gotham, Etrigan seeks this book. The two meet up twice, the second time Ted's plausable deniability of magic and hell is shot to hell and he breaks down. They save the day, but he's never the same.

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Starman (1994) Omnibus HC vol. 04

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