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Justice League of America #219 (1960 series) - cover by George Perez

Justice League of America #219 (1960 series) - cover by George Perez

Will the real Robin please stand up? The Earth-One boy wonder observes his Earth-Two cousin's crappy cosplay as a wild alien animal has a wild weekend on Dick Grayson's campus. NEW! Cover and better wardrobing (next issue) by Neal Adams. OLD! Atomic Knights nuke the future in a past story by Kanigher/Infantino; it may be zero hour for Hourman in a Silver Age story by Fox/Dillin. ALSO! Tino as DC ED announces this is the first quarter issue due to inflation, but DC gives you more.

Will the real Robin please stand up? The Earth-One boy wonder observes his Earth-Two cousin's crappy cosplay as a wild alien animal has a wild weekend on Dick Grayson's campus. NEW! Cover and better wardrobing (next issue) by Neal Adams. OLD! Atomic Knights nuke the future in a past story by Kanigher/Infantino; it may be zero hour for Hourman in a Silver Age story by Fox/Dillin. ALSO! Tino as DC ED announces this is the first quarter issue due to inflation, but DC gives you more.

George Perez replaces the late Dick Dillin as artist. In other news, the New Gods are the third party in this JLA/JSAga!

George Perez replaces the late Dick Dillin as artist. In other news, the New Gods are the third party in this JLA/JSAga!

Justice League of America #30 (1960 series) - cover by Mike Sekowsky

Justice League of America #30 (1960 series) - cover by Mike Sekowsky

Comics should be nifty! A question for CBG's Brian Cronin: How many times has this cover been covered, and who covered it first, if not the artists of this cover?

Comics should be nifty! A question for CBG's Brian Cronin: How many times has this cover been covered, and who covered it first, if not the artists of this cover?

NEW! Starbreaker, the cosmic vampire (they're the worst kind), crosses paths with the JLA (he said "cross" - does that affect him?). OLD! Earth-Two superfriends in solo flight.

NEW! Starbreaker, the cosmic vampire (they're the worst kind), crosses paths with the JLA (he said "cross" - does that affect him?). OLD! Earth-Two superfriends in solo flight.

Justice League of America #208 (Crisis on Earth-Prime, Part 3) (1960 series) - cover by George Perez

Justice League of America #208 (Crisis on Earth-Prime, Part 3) (1960 series) - cover by George Perez

Justice League of America #209 (Crisis on Earth-Prime, Part 5) (1960 series) - cover by George Perez

Justice League of America #209 (Crisis on Earth-Prime, Part 5) (1960 series) - cover by George Perez

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