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"Seconds to Go": The JLA battles the rampaging Ultramarine Corps. Grodd roasts Batman over a spit, monologuing his plans for world domination. With the unseen help of Warmaker One's disembodied pilot, Scott Sawyer, Batman escapes and incapacitates Grodd with a few well placed batarangs. Knig


Quote1 "Superheroes" who don't mind killing to achieve their ends can be dangerous in the wrong hands ... these "no-nonsense" solutions of yours just don't hold water in a complex world of jet-powered apes and time travel. Quote2
-- Superman



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Synopsis for "Seconds to Go"

The JLA battles the rampaging Ultramarine Corps. Grodd roasts Batman over a spit, monologuing his plans for world domination. With the unseen help of Warmaker One's disembodied pilot, Scott Sawyer, Batman escapes and incapacitates Grodd with a few well placed batarangs. Knight and Jack O'Lantern approach menacingly, still under mind control. With Squire's help, Knight overcomes the influence and breaks free.

Superman and Nebula Man battle, with Superman drawing the upper hand. Aquaman secures Superbia.

The Jet Apes (and presumably Grodd) are sentenced by the international community to Phantom Zone imprisonment.

The Ultramarines are sent to safeguard the infant universe of Qwewq.



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  • This book was first published on January 19, 2005.
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