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JLA (1997) - #42
"Half a Mind to Save a World"
DC Comics

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Ken Lopez

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Howard Porter

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Cover Date: June 2000
Cover Price: US $ 1.99

Issue Tagline: The World's Mite-iest Heroes!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Letters Column: Justice For All!

While assisting at microscopic size in a medical procedure, The Atom (Ray Palmer) discovers a microscopic industrialized society living in a boy's brain. The League is shrunken and investigates. They encounter a politically unstable situation, but they only have a certain amount of time to save the civilization before the doctors' laser removes the tumor.

Reprinted/Collected in:
JLA (1997) Deluxe Edition TPB vol. 04
JLA (1997) TPB vol. 07
JLA (1997) TPB vol. 07 (2nd Printing)
JLA (1997) TPB vol. 07 (3rd Printing)
JLA (1997) TPB vol. 07 (4th Printing)
JLA (1997) TPB vol. 07 (Fifth Printing)
JLA (2001) #0

Fill-in issue between the Morrison and Waid runs.

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