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Justice League of America Vol 1 180

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"A Beautiful Evil": Invading the Satin Satan's penthouse, Superman, Zatanna, Red Tornado, Batman, Black Canary, and Green Arrow overcome a fire-demon. Then, after questioning Ronnie Raymond's classmates, they track the villainess to a hellish disco where she holds Firestorm prisoner. Zatanna's m



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Synopsis for "A Beautiful Evil"

Invading the Satin Satan's penthouse, Superman, Zatanna, Red Tornado, Batman, Black Canary, and Green Arrow overcome a fire-demon. Then, after questioning Ronnie Raymond's classmates, they track the villainess to a hellish disco where she holds Firestorm prisoner. Zatanna's magic combines with the Nuclear Man's molecular powers to free both him and the Satin Satan's other victims from thralldom, while the villainess herself proves to be a victim of possession by a demoness, Sataroth, whom Zatanna exorcises.



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