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JSA: All Stars Vol 1 5

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"An Hour at a Time": In Long Island, Rick Tyler meets with his mother at Pete's Cafe. His mother remarks that she's proud he's re-engineered Miraclo. Rick suddenly receives a vision about a man committing suicide in an hour. He spots



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Synopsis for "An Hour at a Time"

In Long Island, Rick Tyler meets with his mother at Pete's Cafe. His mother remarks that she's proud he's re-engineered Miraclo. Rick suddenly receives a vision about a man committing suicide in an hour. He spots the building across the street and sprints to stop the tragedy.

Upon arriving, the building attendant informs Rick the elevator is out, so he'll have to take the 88 flights of stairs. Rick activates his Miraclo and sprints to the top.

He arrives just in time to speak to the man about to jump. Rick realizes he's been in denial about his drug addiction over the years. The man insists he has nothing to live for and has never helped anyone. He leaps off the building. Rick grabs him right as his powers run out. They both dangle over the edge of the building. The man realizes he never meant to hurt anyone else and assists in helping to pull himself up.

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  • Beauregard Carmichael

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Synopsis for "Conduct Unbecoming"

During the war, Rex Tyler uses his Miraclo to sneak past enemy lines. He stops Beauregard Carmichael from blowing up a bridge with military personal on it. A military vehicle carrying Dwight Eisenhower safely crosses to the other side.

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  • This book was first published on September 3, 2003.
  • In "Conduct Unbecoming", Dwight Eisenhower's rank is stated as "captain". However, this story takes place in October 1940, at which time Eisenhower's actual rank was colonel.
  • This issue was reprinted in JSA Omnibus Vol. 1

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