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Starman (1994) - #46
"Good Men and Bad: 1952"
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James Dale Robinson

Gene Ha

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Bill Oakley

Michael 'Mike' Carlin
Jenette Kahn
Chuck Kim
Peter J. Tomasi

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Tony Harris

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Cover Date: September 1998
Cover Price: US $ 2.25

Issue Tagline: Good Men and Bad: 1954

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 36 pages

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Letters Column: Lost in the Stars

There's a plot against Starman's life rumbling in the underground, but Bobo Benetti is unsure of what he's going to do about it. On one hand, he doesn't want to feel culpable to Ted Knight's murder. On the other hand, he's not a rat. He tries to get Shade to help, but Shade declines. The next day, Starman and the Jester get into a fight with the three supervillains who intend to kill him, but Bobo intervenes on the rooftops, beating the snipers into submission before they can kill Ted... Except for the last one, who is suddenly (and surprisingly) taken down by Shade.

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Starman (1994) Omnibus HC vol. 04

This issue includes a farewell message from Tony Harris.

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