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Formerly Known as the Justice League Vol 1 2

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"Déjà Vu All Over Again": It's moving day as the JLI members move into their new headquarters.


Quote1 I am a robotic lackey... not a personal secretary. Although if you chased me around the desk a few times, I might be persuaded. Quote2
-- L-Ron



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Synopsis for "Déjà Vu All Over Again"

It's moving day as the JLI members move into their new headquarters.

En route to the new headquarters via air, Captain Atom and Mary Marvel introduce themselves to one another. Once the entire team is gathered at the new headquarters, Maxwell Lord calls a team meeting. The meeting is interrupted when members of the community arrive. They tell the League that they don't want them there because they are afraid the League's presence will attract super-villains.

The E Street Bloodsuckers decide to help the community by driving away the League and attack them. The League defeat the Bloodsuckers and the community members decide to leave their concerns for another day.



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  • This book was first published on August 6, 2003.
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