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Action Comics Vol 1 719


Action Comics Vol 1 719

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"Hazard's Choice": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.

Quote1 You cheezed me off by messing in my affairs. Normally, I eviscerate people for that. Quote2
-- The Joker

Appearing in "Hazard's Choice"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


Other Characters:

  • Lois' doctor
  • Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Earl & Joker's other henchmen (Single appearance)
  • Phillip Drumm (Single appearance) (Deceased)



  • Joker action figure (Flashback and main story)


Synopsis for "Hazard's Choice"

  • Synopsis not yet written.


  • Superman navigation number 1996/9.
  • This is the first part of "Team-Up Month", a mini-event announced in the letter column. Triangle numbers 1996/9 to 1996/13 all feature a prominent superhero guest star, complete with their logo on the cover (in the style of DC Comics Presents, Brave and the Bold, etc.).
  • Cover credits for this issue are provided in the letters column.
  • Joker's Body Count = 1


  • Martin Luther King, Jr., is the second dead person to appear at the Daily Planet in a short span of time. Elvis Aaron Presley was the last (in Superman: Man of Steel #53).

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[[Category:Team-Up Month|Action Comics Vol 1 0719]]

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Adventures of Superman #531: 1996/8
1996 Navigation
Superman: Man of Steel #54: 1996/10