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The Spectre (2001) - #5
DC Comics

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John Marc 'J.M.' DeMatteis

Craig T. Hamilton

Jim Royal

James R. Sinclair - 'Jim'

Bill Oakley

Dan Raspler
Stephen Wacker

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James R. Sinclair - 'Jim'
Ryan Sook

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Cover Date: July 2001
Cover Price: US $ 2.50

Issue Tagline: The Two Faces of Evil!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Letters Column: Ghost Office

Giving souls the chance at redemption rather than retribution, the Spectre splits the personality away from Harvey Dent, Two-Face, in order to let him try and find peace and love in his life. Little does the Spectre know the consequences of doing so. In the end, the Spectre has to give in to choice.

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