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Formerly Known as the Justice League (2003) - #6
"A League of Their Own"
DC Comics

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John Marc 'J.M.' DeMatteis
Keith Ian Giffen

Kevin Maguire

Josef 'Joe' Rubinstein

Lee Loughridge

Bob Lappan

Dan Raspler
Stephen Wacker

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Lee Loughridge
Kevin Maguire
Josef 'Joe' Rubinstein

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Cover Date: February 2004
Cover Price: US $ 2.50

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue

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Despite Max Lord's constant rejection of Magna Khan's desire to trade G'nort for L-Ron, Khan is still attempting to persuade him into giving in. Ultimately, he attempts to tempt Max by offering him the chance to become human again.

Meanwhile, outside, Booster and Beetle are arguing about Booster's maturity and Booster takes a swing at Ted. Unluckilly, he misses and manages to knock down every one of Khan's robot soldiers. They all turn on the Super-Buddies, cueing the JLA to step in and tip the scales. Flash disarms the robots and the JLA prevents any further chaos from occuring. Finally, Khan is driven from the Earth by the menace of paperwork, G'Nort is sent to Antarctica and everything goes back to normal.

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DC Premium (2001) HC vol. 37
DC Premium (2001) #37
Formerly Known as the Justice League (2003) TPB

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