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All-Star Squadron Vol 1 23

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All-Star Squadron Vol 1 23

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"When Fate Thy Measure Takes...!": The remaining JSA and All-Star Squadron members go their diverse ways, with Dr. Fate and the Atom headed for Fate's Salem tower



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Synopsis for "When Fate Thy Measure Takes...!"

The remaining JSA and All-Star Squadron members go their diverse ways, with Dr. Fate and the Atom headed for Fate's Salem tower, intent on finding the missing Spectre. There they find Inza Cramer unconscious, and Fate's powerful old full-face helmet in the hands of Amazing-Man, a super-being with the power to become any substance he touches.

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