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Justice League America Vol 1 78

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Justice League America Vol 1 78

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"Lives in the Balance": The American branch of Justice League International is not up to full power - even with the addition of the true Bloodwynd to their ranks, they have only five field operatives with Ice on a leave of absence, Fire and Booster Gold powerless an



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  • General DuLac (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Lives in the Balance"

The American branch of Justice League International is not up to full power - even with the addition of the true Bloodwynd to their ranks, they have only five field operatives with Ice on a leave of absence, Fire and Booster Gold powerless and Blue Beetle still recovering from the battle with Doomsday. Maxwell Lord decides to call upon the original Flash to help as a tactical adviser to the team, who have been asked by the United Nations to help secure an airfield in a highly unstable nation. With his help, the mission goes very smoothly, until they are attacked by the New Extremists.



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  • Justice League America was biweekly at this point. Cover date 'Early August 1993'.



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