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JLA (1997) - #53
"It Takes a Thief"
DC Comics


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  Writer(s):
Mark Waid

Penciller(s):
Bryan Hitch

Inker(s):
Paul Neary

Colorist(s):
Laura DePuy

Letterer(s):
Ken Lopez

Editor(s):
Dan Raspler
Stephen Wacker

Cover Artist(s):
Laura DePuy
Bryan Hitch
Paul Neary
 

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Cover Date: June 2001
Cover Price: US $ 2.25

Issue Tagline: World's Newest Super-Heroes!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue

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Synopsis:
Scientists from the sixth dimension explain to the JLA why/how they were split into their hero/civilian identities. A sentient energy, "Id", is traveling the world granting wishes to anyone anywhere. Eel O'Brien gathers the civilians to take back their identities. When the aliens capture Id, they intend to use it as a weapon.

Reprinted/Collected in:
JLA (1997) Deluxe Edition TPB vol. 05
JLA (1997) TPB vol. 08
JLA (2001) #6

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