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Justice League America Vol 1 80

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Justice League America Vol 1 80

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"Running From Justice": Booster Gold returns to active duty with the JLA, wearing new armor designed by his friend Blue Beetle. He, along with the other available League members, goes to investigate when two men are forced into a



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  • M'Bal (a Kerrilian) (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "Running From Justice"

Booster Gold returns to active duty with the JLA, wearing new armor designed by his friend Blue Beetle. He, along with the other available League members, goes to investigate when two men are forced into a crash-landing on American soil, pursued by aliens known as Kerrilians, who want them to be punished for crimes against them. When the Leaguers arrive on the scene, they are met by a familiar face in US government employ - Captain Atom, who is accompanied by a trio of armored Peacekeepers. He insists that the League must hand the two men (Blake and Corbett) over, as the government has already made a deal with the Kerrilians. Meanwhile, Ice's father tells her that he wants to make her his successor to the throne of their kingdom when he dies.



Notes

King Olaf dies behind the scenes between this issue and the next.

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