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Starman (1994) - #55
"Taxi Cab Confessions"
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David S. Goyer
James Dale Robinson

John McCrea
Peter Snejbjerg - 'Peter Snejbjerg Nielsen'
Chris Weston

Keith C. Champagne

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Gregory Wright

Bill Oakley

Peter J. Tomasi

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Cover Date: July 1999
Cover Price: US $ 2.50

Issue Tagline: Stars My Destination: Taxi-Cab Confessions

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 36 pages

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Stars My Destination

It's like Rashomon in space! The Space Cabbie, Space Ranger and Ultra the Multi-Alien attempt to tell the story of how a massive debris wave was created. Essentially, Jack and Mikaal heard a distress signal and found Starfire enslaved by a hideous creature. So, to free her, Jack and the creature dueled. While they battled, a group of interstellar police discovered the place and destroyed it. Each iteration of the story is different, but ultimately the idea is the same. After each story is told, Space Cabbie gets to where the two wanted to go where they find Gavyn's cosmic rod.

Reprinted/Collected in:
Starman (1994) Omnibus HC vol. 05
Starman (1994) TPB vol. 08

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Homer Gint
Theodore 'Ted' Knight
Lyle (DC)
Mother Box
Ora (DC)
Rick Purvis
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Space Cabbie
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Starfire (DC)(02 - Leonid Kovar)
An image for Starfire (DC)(03 - Koriand'r) exists Starfire (DC)(03 - Koriand'r)
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An image for Starman (DC)(07 - Jack Knight) exists Starman (DC)(07 - Jack Knight)
Thomas 'Tommy' Tomorrow (DC)(Earth-2 - Pre Crisis)
Ultra, the Multi-Alien
Brent Wood (DC)

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