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"Flying High": Hawkgirl helps Speed Saunders stop a militia from unleashing anthrax over Seattle.



Appearing in "Flying High"

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  • Crusading American Warriors

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Synopsis for "Flying High"

Hawkgirl helps Speed Saunders stop a militia from unleashing anthrax over Seattle.

In Oregon, Hawkgirl and Speed meet Mia, Kendra's daughter she had to give up as she was 16.

Appearing in "The Same Thing Happens Every Night"

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  • Bank Robbers

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Synopsis for "The Same Thing Happens Every Night"

Hawkman stops a group of robbers and accidentally smashes a police vehicle. The cops tell him the chief will be mad.

Carter returns home to Sheira who is furious he's late and has ruined the dinner she made for him. He offers her flowers and she forgives him.

Notes

  • This book was first published on June 4, 2003.
  • This issue was reprinted in JSA Omnibus Vol. 1
  • Geoff Johns is credited as an "ornithologist" for the second story.

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