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Justice League International Vol 2 61

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Justice League International Vol 2 61

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"Born of Man and Woman": Crimson Fox has returned, claiming that her memory is patchy following the explosion which was thought to have killed her. It is, of course, actually Constance D'Aramis, twin sister of the usual Crimson Fox. As [[Hal Jordan (New Earth



Appearing in "Born of Man and Woman"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • The Family
  • Matilda
  • Caligula
  • Angstra
  • Daddy

Other Characters:

  • Mikey (the owner of the body Erewhon is inhabiting)

Locations:

  • Barksdale Castle

Synopsis for "Born of Man and Woman"

Crimson Fox has returned, claiming that her memory is patchy following the explosion which was thought to have killed her. It is, of course, actually Constance D'Aramis, twin sister of the usual Crimson Fox. As Green Lantern leaves for other business, Doctor Light suggests to Erewhon that she could fashion some sort of electrical body for him, but he does not take kindly to this suggestion. The heroes then travel to Cairo, Egypt, where a powerful family looking for their brother/son are causing massive destruction. In the conflict, Metamorpho is badly injured, and it soon becomes apparent that the missing family member in question is JLI 'ally' Godfrey. When Power Girl tries to enter the fray, she is prevented by a glowing sphere of energy which appears around her. Soon the cocooned 'Daddy' starts to awaken, as does a new and different-looking Metamorpho.



Notes

Green Lantern is sporting a broken arm in this issue. His next appearance is probably therefore Green Lantern #48.

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