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Justice League of America Vol 1 53

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Justice League of America Vol 1 53

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"Secret Behind the Stolen Super-Weapons!": Being shown that somehow one of the coins in their museum had been replaced with a counterfeit without setting off their Thanagarian alarm systems by Hawkgirl, Hawkman goes to meet with his fellow JLA members. There, they learn that his fellow members



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Synopsis for "Secret Behind the Stolen Super-Weapons!"

Being shown that somehow one of the coins in their museum had been replaced with a counterfeit without setting off their Thanagarian alarm systems by Hawkgirl, Hawkman goes to meet with his fellow JLA members. There, they learn that his fellow members that rely on super-weapons (Green Arrow, Batman and Wonder Woman) have had troubles rounding up crooks because their weapons had been replaced with fakes, they realize the two cases must be related.

Finding a source of radiation to follow, the JLA track it down to the lair of the Treasure Thief, a criminal that uses a teleportation device in order to switch real items with counterfeits. While the JLA fight recreations of American legends like Paul Bunion and his Ox Babe, the goons hired by the Treasure Thief manage to make off with the device while teleporting Batman, Wonder Woman and Green Arrow to points unknown.

With the aid of Hawkgirl, the other JLA manage to track down Jimmy Marbels and his gang, round them up, take the weapon and rescue Batman, Wonder Woman, and Green Arrow.



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