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JSA (1999) - #84
"When the Dead Call"
DC Comics

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Paul Levitz

Rags Morales - 'Ralph Morales'
Luke Ross - 'Luciano Queiroz'

David Meikis

John Kalisz
Rob Schwager - 'RJS'

Rob Leigh

Harvey Richards
Stephen Wacker

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George Pérez
Tom Smith

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Cover Date: June 2006
Cover Price: US $ 2.50

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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1 Year Later

The JSA continue to find themselves overrun by ghosts of their past. As Alan Scott must face his deepest regret, Jakeem learns a truth which was long hidden from him. But what does the Gentleman Ghost want with the JSA anyway, and how are these "hauntings" tied to his own past? What happens when the Ghost tries to bring the fight to the JSA in their brownstone?

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JSA (1999) TPB vol. 12
JSA Omnibus (2014) HC vol. 03

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