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Justice League: The World's Greatest Superheroes by Alex Ross & Paul Dini

Justice League: The World's Greatest Superheroes by Alex Ross & Paul Dini

The Justice League—they are known as DC Comics’ finest heroes, and they are prepared to save the world from itself! From a noble attempt to alleviate world hunger, to fighting a seemingly endless war on crime, to granting the wishes of sick and needy children, to seeking truth in the quest for peace, to stopping a threat from space before it can instill enough fear throughout the world to rip it apart…

Atari Force Special

Atari Force Special

"All new action with science fiction's greatest team." Features solo stories of 2 of the team members and a team story. Each story has a different creative team.

Li'l Rascal Twins

Li'l Rascal Twins

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