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JLA (1997) #42

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2011-02-24 17:49:48 aaronmoish Pagecount 32
2010-09-16 01:03:31 JohnW Synopsis 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.
2010-09-16 01:03:31 JohnW Notes Fill-in issue between the Morrison and Waid runs.
2005-12-01 23:14:17 IndieRockLance Cover Date (Month) May June

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