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  • Issue #1
    Chronos One Million (1998) 1
    • Signed by artist Paul Guinan with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    The future is always now when you can travel through time! The 853rd century's Chronos is pretty much the same as today's. In fact, he IS today's Chronos! Having become aware of virtually all of the varied aspects of time in the DC Universe, Chronos steals future Flash John Fox's time gauntlets for reasons that are known only to him...for now! Written by John Francis Moore. Art by J.H. Williams III and Mick Gray. Cover by Paul Guinan and Steve Leialoha. FC, 32 pg. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1
    Creeper One Million (1998) 1

    Final issue. The Creeper becomes one of DC's longest running titles (sorta) as it ends with its one-millionth issue! And it's going out with a big, planetwide bang as the Creeper--having spent more than 80,000 years of existence without Jack Ryder to keep him reasonably human--is heading straight for Earth as a mutated, living legend of lunacy! Written by Len Kaminski. Art and cover by Shawn Martinbrough and Sal Buscema. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    JLA One Million TPB (1999 DC) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Collects DC One Million (1998) #1-4, JLA One Million (1998), Starman One Million (1998), and more. Written by Grant Morrison. Art by Val Semeiks and Prentis Rollins. One of the most exciting events in DC history is collected in this volume, reprinting the complex story taking place in our own 20th century and in the far-flung 853rd century - one million months after the publication of ACTION COMICS #1. Including the popular miniseries that tied the event together - written by Grant Morrison (JLA) with art by Val Semeiks and Prentis Rollins - this is the story of the JLA's first meeting with their successors, an encounter that nearly becomes their doom thanks to the machinations of the immortal Vandal Savage and the sentient super-computer Solaris, the Tyrant Sun. This volume also includes portions of the tie-in issues of DETECTIVE COMICS, GREEN LANTERN, RESURRECTION MAN, and SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF TOMORROW, and text pages summarizing the nonreprinted tie-in issues. Softcover, 208 pages, full color. Cover price $19.95.

  • Issue #1-REP
    JLA One Million TPB (1999 DC) 1-REP

    2nd and later printings. Collects DC One Million (1998) #1-4, JLA One Million (1998), Starman One Million (1998), and more. Written by Grant Morrison. Art by Val Semeiks and Prentis Rollins. One of the most exciting events in DC history is collected in this volume, reprinting the complex story taking place in our own 20th century and in the far-flung 853rd century - one million months after the publication of ACTION COMICS #1. Including the popular miniseries that tied the event together - written by Grant Morrison (JLA) with art by Val Semeiks and Prentis Rollins - this is the story of the JLA's first meeting with their successors, an encounter that nearly becomes their doom thanks to the machinations of the immortal Vandal Savage and the sentient super-computer Solaris, the Tyrant Sun. This volume also includes portions of the tie-in issues of DETECTIVE COMICS, GREEN LANTERN, RESURRECTION MAN, and SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF TOMORROW, and text pages summarizing the nonreprinted tie-in issues. Softcover, 208 pages, full color. Cover price $19.95.

  • Issue #1
    DC One Million 80-Page Giant (1999) 1

    WRITTEN BY GRANT MORRISON, CHUCK DIXON, MARK MILLAR, AND VARIOUS; ART BY DUSTY ABELL, MIKE WIERINGO, NORM BREYFOGLE, AND VARIOUS; COVER BY VAL SEMEIKS AND PRENTIS ROLIINS In stores June 9. Return to the world of the 853rd century in an exciting one-shot! Worlds collide in "Crisis One Million" (written by Grant Morrison with art by Dusty Abell and Jim Royal), as Justice Legion A meets its Qwardian counterparts, rally the Simian Universe, and find hope in the past! Plus: The future's Superman and Batman team up for the first time in "System's Finest" (written by Mark Millar with art by Mike Wieringo and Richard Case); Superboy and Impulse try to help repair the damaged Toy Wonder (written by Chuck Dixon, with art by Drew Johnson and Rich Faber); and the Legion of Executive Familiars ? a team of super-hero animals ? looks for new recruits (written by Mark Schultz with art by Georges Jeanty and Dexter Vines). Also: The future's Aquaman explores his realm (written by Ian Edginton with art by Flint Henry); Superman and Resurrection Man join forces (written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning with art by Norm Breyfogle); and a new Atom makes his startling debut (written by Morrison, with art by Cully Hamner). This issue also features a stunning 2-page pinup by Phil Jimenez. For more information, see the feature article. FC, 80 PG.$4.95" Cover price $4.95.

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    Resurrection Man One Million (1998) 1

    The 853rd century's version of the Teen Titans teams up with the 83,000-year-old man in this critical DC One Million tie-in, continued from Adventures of Superman One Million (1998) #1! Mitch Shelley has arrived on Mars to finally put an end to his millennia-long struggle with the immortal Vandal Savage. Savage is out to recover the last fragment of Kryptonite from the Martian landscape, and only Mitch and his band of future Titans--Aqualad, Arsenal, Troy and Nightwing--stand in his way. Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning. Art and cover by Butch Guice. FC, 32 pg. Miraweb Format. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1
    Superman The Man of Steel One Million (1998) 1

    The early, paranoia-inducing signs of the Hourman Virus begin to appear all over 20th century Earth, as the time-traveling 853rd century Superman and the rest of Justice Legion A are hunted as villains. Chief among their pursuers: the Metal Men, who don't take kindly to any outside interference. As the chase intensifies, Vandal Savage sits back and savors the world-wide paranoia. Written by Karl Kesel and Jerry Ordway. Art by Anthony Williams and Dennis Janke. Cover by Gene Ha. FC, 32 pg. Miraweb Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #12P
    Hourman (1999) 12P
    Published Mar 2000 by DC.

    Polybagged with Superman for the Animals comic. WRITTEN BY TOM PEYER; ART BY STEVE SCOTT AND WALDEN WONG; COVER BY RAGS MORALES. Part 2 of the 3-part "Hourman One MIllion," guest-starring the 853rd century's Justice Legion A! Hourman finds that he is the only hope of saving the far future from the insidious Else-Men. These bizarre foes from another world are systematically upgrading everything and everyone into perfect versions of themselves, eliminating all the little flaws that make us special and make life interesting. Already, the vaunted heroes of Justice Legion A have been transformed into sickeningly impeccable Else-versions of themselves. How can our hapless hero defeat Perfection itself? Note: Rags Morales and David Meikis return next issue. FC, 32 PG." Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #12U
    Hourman (1999) 12U
    Published Mar 2000 by DC.

    Unbagged WITHOUT Superman for the Animals comic. WRITTEN BY TOM PEYER; ART BY STEVE SCOTT AND WALDEN WONG; COVER BY RAGS MORALES. Part 2 of the 3-part "Hourman One MIllion," guest-starring the 853rd century's Justice Legion A! Hourman finds that he is the only hope of saving the far future from the insidious Else-Men. These bizarre foes from another world are systematically upgrading everything and everyone into perfect versions of themselves, eliminating all the little flaws that make us special and make life interesting. Already, the vaunted heroes of Justice Legion A have been transformed into sickeningly impeccable Else-versions of themselves. How can our hapless hero defeat Perfection itself? Note: Rags Morales and David Meikis return next issue. FC, 32 PG." Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1
    Martian Manhunter (1998) One Million 1

    The new ongoing series starring the heart and soul of the JLA continues into the 853rd century! Continued from Green Lantern One Million (1998) #1. Every planet in the future Earth's solar system has a hero all its own--except Mars. Or does it? Surrounded by persistent legends, the red planet has never been a greater enigma. Now the secrets are revealed, providing a glimpse into the future of the being we know as the Martian Manhunter. Written by John Ostrander. Art and cover by Tom Mandrake. FC, 32 pg. Miraweb Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    DC One Million Omnibus HC (2013 DC Comics) 1-1ST

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    1st printing.

    Written by Grant Morrison and Val Semieks. Cover by Ryan Sook.

    The 1999 event masterminded by Grant Morrison is collected in its entirety in one massive hardcover! In the 853rd century, Earth remains safe thanks to the descendants of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash and others-but they've never met anything like the sentient super-computer Solaris.

    This incredible collection includes DC ONE MILLION #1-4, plus the #1,000,000 issues of ACTION COMICS, ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, AQUAMAN, AZRAEL, BATMAN, BATMAN: SHADOW OF THE BAT, BOOSTER GOLD, CATWOMAN, CHASE, CHRONOS, THE CREEPER, DETECTIVE COMICS, THE FLASH, GREEN ARROW, GREEN LANTERN, HITMAN, IMPULSE, JLA, LEGION OF SUPER HEROES, LEGIONNAIRES, LOBO, MARTIAN MANHUNTER, NIGHTWING, POWER OF SHAZAM, RESURRECTION MAN, ROBIN, STARMAN, SUPERBOY, SUPERGIRL, SUPERMAN, SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF STEEL, SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF TOMORROW, WONDER WOMAN, YOUNG JUSTICE, as well as DC ONE MILLION 80-PAGE GIANT #1 and SUPERMAN/BATMAN #79-80.

    Hardcover, 1080 pages, full color. Cover price $99.99.

  • Issue #13
    Hourman (1999) 13
    Published Apr 2000 by DC.

    At the conclusion of DC ONE MILLION, the time-bending Hourman decided to make the 20th century his home. Now his teammates from the 853rd century ? Justice Legion A ? need the Man of the Hour's help to face an incredible new threat! Hourman One Million Part 3 of 3. From the regular creative team of writer Tom Peyer and artists Rags Morales and David Meikis, Part 1 of "Hourman One Million" finds the future of the DC Universe menaced by the mysterious Else-Men, who have already conquered the planet Rann and taken control of that world's cosmic guardian, the Adam-Stranger! Using their unique powers to turn their foes into improved ? albeit mind-controlled ? versions of their former selves, how can Hourman stand against the Else-Men, especially when they "perfect" the already universe-shaking Justice Legion A? And how will the Else-Men "improve" the Master of Time? HOURMAN is an ongoing series edited by Tony Bedard. " Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1
    Green Arrow One Million (1998) 1

    A shocking final issue guest-starring Superman! On the unspoiled planet Earth in the 853rd century lives a band of forest-dwellers known as the Green Arrows. Descendants of Oliver Queen, Connor Hawke, Dinah Lance and Roy Harper, they live a tranquil existence, at least until their realm is invaded by Groddchild and his followers, a race of cyborg apes. Bullying the youngest of the Green Arrows into helping them invade Superman's Fortress of Solitude, will the creatures succeed in taking over the mind of the present-day Superman with the Green Arrows' greatest weapon, the "consciousness arrow"? Meanwhile, in the present, Connor Hawke learns some shocking news about Oliver Queen's death...news that will have a profound effect on his future in the months ahead. Written by Chuck Dixon. Art by Frank Teran and John Stanisci. Cover by Rodolfo Damaggio and Robert Campanella. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #11
    Hourman (1999) 11
    Published Feb 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY TOM PEYER; ART BY RAGS MORALES AND DAVID MEIKIS; COVER BY MORALES. Hourman's teammates from the 853rd century's Justice Legion A summon him to help them in Hourman One Million Part 1 of 3. At the conclusion of DC ONE MILLION, the time-bending Hourman decided to make the 20th Century his home. Now his teammates from the 853rd Century ? Justice Legion A ? need the Man of the Hour's help to face an incredible new threat! The 3-part battle begins in December's HOURMAN #11, a perfect jumping-on point for new readers of the title Mark Waid describes as "by far, my absolute favorite comic today." From the regular creative team of writer Tom Peyer and artists Rags Morales and David Meikis, Part 1 of "Hourman One Million" finds the future of the DC Universe menaced by the mysterious Else-Men, who have already conquered the planet Rann and taken control of that world's cosmic guardian, the Adam-Stranger! Using their unique powers to turn their foes into improved ? albeit mind-controlled ? versions of their former selves, how can Hourman stand against the Else-Men, especially when they "perfect" the already universe-shaking Justice Legion A? And how will the Else-Men "improve" the Master of Time? FC, 32 pg." Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1
    DC One Million (1998) 1
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    Cover pencils by Val Semeiks, inks by Prentis Rollins. Riders on the Storm, script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Val Semeiks, inks by Prentis Rollins; The Justice League of America is pulled to the Watch Tower on an emergency notice to find their counterparts from the 853rd Century have traveled back in time to talk to them; The future team is trying to give each of the present heroes a chance to perform in challenges in the future to the adulation of heroes that have come to honor the return of Superman Prime; They will remain behind to handle any crises that might arise (which Vandal Savage and Solaris are planning). DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including this 4-issue mini-series, plus 27 individual one-shots. 52 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

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    Action Comics One Million (1998) 1

    The first DC story by writer Mark Schultz! The present-day Superman takes on his challenge in the 853rd century, only to find his endeavors sabotaged and the citizens of the future Metropolis thinking him to be a Bizarro version of their own Man of Steel! Even if the future's HawkGuard can help him escape from the hordes of super-powered citizens trying to catch him, how will our Superman be able to reach his descendant's Fortress of Solitude? Written by Mark Schultz. Art by Ron Lim and Jose Marzan, Jr. Cover by Gene Ha. FC, 32 pg. Miraweb Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $1.99.

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    Batman Shadow of the Bat One Million (1998) 1

    Discover the secret origin of the Dark Knight of the 853rd century! As the virus from the future wreaks havoc on the sanity of present-day Gothamites, the Batman of the distant future must stay out of the grasp of the 20th century's Jim Gordon and the GCPD. Written by Alan Grant. Art by Mark Buckingham and Wayne Faucher. Cover by Glen Orbik. FC, 32 pg. Miraweb Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $1.99.

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    Green Lantern One Million (1998) 1

    In the 853rd century, on Starman's orbital headquarters, Kyle must adapt to a challenge that has gone horribly wrong when a rampaging interstellar menagerie is set loose. During the struggle, Kyle learns that there's a traitor among the heroes! Can he warn the rest of the JLA before he is destroyed by the dread Solaris? Continued in Martian Manhunter (1998) One Million #1. Written by Ron Marz. Art by Bryan Hitch, Paul Neary and Andy Lanning. Cover by Bryan Hitch and Paul Neary. FC, 32 pg. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $1.99.

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    Nightwing One Million (1998) 1
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    The Nightwing of the present thinks he's fully prepared for anything that could come his way...until the Batman of the 853rd century shows up. Suddenly, crime-fighting takes on a whole new dimension...but can this futuristic Dark Knight be trusted? Written by Chuck Dixon. Art and cover by Scott McDaniel and Karl Story. FC, 32 pg. Miraweb Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $1.99.

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    Power of Shazam One Million (1998) 1

    Who is the mysterious old relic found at the Rock of Eternity in the year 85,271? When two kids from the rougher side of Mercury discover the tesseract that leads to the Rock, they believe they've found the Flash! After all, he does have a yellow lightning bolt on his red uniform! Also: meet the latest in a long line of those lucky enough to wield...the Power of Shazam! Continued in Flash One Million (1987) #1. Written by Jerry Ordway. Art by Jerry Ordway and Dick Giordano. Cover by Jerry Ordway. FC, 32 pg. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $2.50.

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    Young Justice One Million (1998) 1

    In the 853rd century's Justice Cave, Robin the Toy Wonder and the future incarnations of Superboy and Impulse recall--in each one's unique and unbiased way--how their 20th century counterparts saved the day in classic, almost-true stories of Superboy's epic battle with Doomsday, Robin's perils during the Final Night, and Young Justice's battle with the Millennium...Chicken? If you like fish stories, this one's a whopper, as the kids play a super-powered game of "can you top this?". Written by Peter David. Art by Todd Nauck, Angel Unzueta, Craig Rousseau, Roberto Flores, Lary Stucker, Norm Rapmund, Sean Parsons and Wayne Faucher. Cover by Todd Nauck and Lary Stucker. FC, 32 pg. Miraweb Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2
    DC One Million (1998) 2
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    Cover pencils by Val Semeiks, inks by Prentis Rollins. The Day After Tomorrow, script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Val Semeiks, inks by Prentis Rollins; The 853rd century JLA and the JLA members in the 20th century try to contain the Solaris virus and battle Vandal Savage. DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including this 4-issue mini-series, plus 27 individual one-shots. 36 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $2.95.

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    Azrael One Million (1998) 1
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    The future of the order of St. Dumas is revealed in an issue featuring the Green Arrow, Robin and Hawkman of the 853rd century! On the future's Martian moon Deimos, a longstanding goal is finally realized when the first angel in centuries is sent out to do Sister Dumas' bidding! Having never been able to convince a real angel to do its dirty work, The Order has grown its own emissary, one capable of traversing time and space with a flap of his wings! Written by Dennis O'Neil. Art and cover by Vince Giarrano. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #1
    Batman One Million (1998) 1
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    Today's Dark Knight must team with the Toy Wonder of the future to save the 853rd century! Incarnated in a new body, the Batman of 1998 awakens in the far future on the prison planet Pluto. In the midst of a jailbreak, he teams with Robin, the Toy Wonder, in an attempt to reach the one device that could save him...and the JLA. Written by Doug Moench. Art by Yvel Guichet and Sal Buscema. Cover by Rodolfo Damaggio. FC, 32 pg. Miraweb Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $1.99.

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    Starman One Million (1998) 1
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    DC's first Starman meets the Starman of the 853rd century in this critical DC One Million tie-in! While Jack Knight continues his epic search through space for Will Payton, Farris Knight, the 853rd century's Starman, pays a visit to Ted Knight at his observatory in Opal City. Ted is shocked and amazed to learn that the name and heroic lineage of Starman resonates so far into the future, but is saddened to learn that the future will find some evil Starmen as well. But which side is Farris Knight truly on? Written by James Robinson. Art by Peter Snejbjerg and Wade von Grawbadger. Cover by Tony Harris. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1
    Impulse One Million (1998) 1
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    The Flash from the 853rd century. A Rocket Red with a nuclear weapon targeting a 20th century city. Jesse Quick in peril. And it's all up to Impulse to help save the day. Get the feeling the present and the future are doomed? Written by William Messner-Loebs. Art by Craig Rousseau and Barbara Kaalberg. Cover by Craig Rousseau and Wayne Faucher. FC, 32 pg. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #1
    Legionnaires One Million (1998) 1

    An all-new Superboy and the farther-future Legion of Super-Heroes star in a time-twisting DC One Million tie-in. Cosmicbot. Implicate Girl. The M'onelves. The Umbra. Titangirl. The Chameleon. Brainiac 417. These are the members of Justice Legion L in the 853rd century. But if the United Galaxies they protect are to have a future, the Justice Legionnaires must go a thousand years into the past and enlist the aid of a legendary figure who seems to have ties with the Legion no matter what century he's in--Superboy! Written by Tom Peyer. Art and cover by Sean Phillips. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $2.50.

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    Aquaman One Million (1998) 1
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    King of Waterworld! On a futuristic Neptune, Aquaman must show his mastery of sea creatures gathered from all over the universe. But there is one creature from the depths that even Aquaman cannot control, and it threatens to destroy Neptune in order to keep Aquaman from joining the rest of the heroes to stop the villainous Solaris. Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning. Art by Tom Grindberg and Bill Anderson. Cover by Tom Grindberg. FC, 32 pg. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #1
    Chase One Million (1998) 1
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    Final issue. In the 853rd century, all DEO agents model themselves after our own Cameron Chase, and hunt power dealers--criminals who traffic in unauthorized super-powers! How did Chase have so much influence on the world of the day after tomorrow? Find out here! Written by D. Curtis Johnson. Art and cover by J.H. Williams III and Mick Gray. FC, 32 pg. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $2.50.

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    JLA One Million (1998) 1

    Barricaded in the JLA Watchtower, the increasingly paranoid Steel, Plastic Man and the other remaining Leaguers frantically try to keep the futuristic Justice Legion A from entering their stronghold. It's an epic battle as the team's newest members pit their might against the nearly omnipotent Superman and Wonder Woman from beyond tomorrow, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance! Written by Grant Morrison. Art and cover by Howard Porter and John Dell. FC, 32 pg. Miraweb Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $1.99.

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    Superboy One Million (1998) 1
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    In the 853rd century, the Superboy of the future discovers the frozen body of...The Guardian! The defrosted defender of liberty tells the new Kid how events in the 20th century got him where he is tomorrow, while the Kid we all know and love meets the 853rd century Superman in the present! Written by Karl Kesel. Art and cover by Tom Grummett and Karl Kesel. FC, 32 pg. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $1.99.

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    Superman One Million (1998) 1
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    Struggling to save the present-day Earth, the future Superman frees the unconscious Arsenal from the Rocket that had Metropolis' name on it! Now he must go on a scavenger hunt of life and death, trying to put together the pieces of the machine that can save them...or doom them for all time! Lois Lane must help the hero--who may be her own descendant--even as an insanely paranoid Lex Luthor, while trying to help, may bring about their destruction. Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning. Art by Norm Breyfogle and Scott Koblish. Cover by Gene Ha. FC, 32 pg. Miraweb Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #1
    Wonder Woman One Million (1998) 1
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    Brought to the Amazon-controlled Venus of the 853rd century, Wonder Woman's participation in the games celebrating Superman's return turns to disaster when her fellow Amazons of the future are manipulated into believing that Diana may not be the legendary heroine they believe her to be. Written by Christopher J. Priest. Art by Mike Collins and John Stokes. Cover by Mike Deodato, Jr. FC, 32 pg. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #1
    Detective Comics One Million (1998) 1

    The Batman of the future must gain access to the Batcave of the present in order to discover the key to defeating Solaris. Unfortunately, he learns that the only way to defeat him may be too horrible to contemplate. Written by Chuck Dixon. Art by Greg Land and Drew Geraci. Cover by Brian Stelfreeze. FC, 32 pg. Miraweb Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #3
    DC One Million (1998) 3
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    Cover pencils by Val Semeiks, inks by Prentis Rollins. Solaris Rising, script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Val Semeiks, inks by Prentis Rollins; Everyone is trying to defeat the virus that has infected them all; They are also trying to find a way to stop the virus from reaching Solaris and infecting it. Sacrifices are made. DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including this 4-issue mini-series, plus 27 individual one-shots. 36 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1
    Adventures of Superman One Million (1998) 1

    Written by Andy Lanning and Dan Abnett. Art by Will Rosado and Larry Mahlstedt. Cover by Gene Ha. Superman teams up with the Resurrection Man and Teen Titans of the future in a crucial, no-holds-barred battle against the agents of the evil Solaris! It's a fight to the finish as the heroes' combined powers are focused on the 853rd century Man of Steel's Fortress of Solitude, which has been possessed by Solaris. Continued in Resurrection Man One Million (1998) #1. FC, 32 pg. Miraweb Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $1.99.

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    Flash One Million (1998) 1
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    Continued from Power of Shazam One Million (1998) #1. The Captain Marvel of the 853rd century teams up with the time-travelling Scarlet Speedster! Brought to the far future to take part in the games to celebrate Superman's return, Wally and the future wielder of the power of Shazam combat a deadly combination of heat and cold as they face the future counterparts of Captain Cold and Heat Wave on Mercury. Written by Mark Waid and Michael Jan Friedman. Art by Joshua Hood and Jose Marzan, Jr. Cover by Steve Lightle. FC, 32 pg. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #1
    Robin One Million (1998) 1
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    Will the Toy Wonder of the 853rd century make the ultimate sacrifice to enable Batman to save the universe from destruction at the hands of Solaris? And what happens when the Joker of the future gets his hands on Batman's Boom Suit? Written by Chuck Dixon. Art by Staz Johnson and Stan Woch. Cover by Rick Burchett and Danny Miki. FC, 32 pg. Miraweb Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #1
    Supergirl One Million (1998) 1
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    In a galaxy far, far off in the 853rd century, two warring alien races stand on the brink of total annihilation. But the two sides are suddenly united when they find themselves facing a galactic force of nature they cannot withstand alone: a charming little terror named Supergirl! Written by Peter David. Art and cover by Dusty Abell and Norman Lee. FC, 32 pg. Miraweb Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #1
    Catwoman One Million (1998) 1
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    The Feline Fatale of the 853rd century holds the fate of the universe in her hands! The Catwoman of the future may be the only person on the prison planet of Pluto who can circumvent the state-of-the-art security of the Batcave to steal a teleporting Boom Suit from the cavern that is the home of the Dark Knight of tomorrow! Written by Jim Balent and Devin K. Grayson. Art by Jim Balent and John Stanisci. Cover by Jim Balent. FC, 32 pg. Miraweb Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #4
    DC One Million (1998) 4
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    Cover pencils by Val Semeiks, inks by Prentis Rollins. Death Star, script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Val Semeiks, inks by Prentis Rollins; the final battle and the aftermath. DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including this 4-issue mini-series, plus 27 individual one-shots. 36 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1
    Hitman One Million (1998) 1
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    Four teenage idiots in the far-flung future of the 853rd century decide to use their father's time-displacement unit to finally fulfill a life-long dream: to meet their favorite legendary super-hero from the past, an iconic champion based in 20th century Gotham City. Guess who they drag to the 853rd century? Here's a hint: it ain't Batman. Zapped from a bar stool at Noonan's, Tommy Monaghan pays a visit to the 853rd century! And the question is not whether or not Tommy is ready for the future, but rather if the 853rd century is ready for Tommy! Written by Garth Ennis. Art and cover by John McCrea. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1
    Lobo One Million (1998) 1
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    By all that is holy, what sort of insane mischief has the decrepit, disgusting monster known as Lobo been up to in the last couple of hundred centuries? It's worse than you may have imagined, as the Main Old Man, bloated and hateful, tries to adapt to the majestic world beyond tomorrow. It ain't gonna be pretty, that's for sure. Written by Alan Grant. Art and cover by Greg Luzniak and Mark Propst. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 individual one-shots. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1
    Legion of Super-Heroes One Million (1998) 1

    Meet the Legion of the 863rd century in this far-flung tale featuring art by legendary LSH penciller Keith Giffen! In an isolated, idyllic society a thousand years after the events of DC One Million, three teenagers unearth the forbidden legacy of the Legion of Super-Heroes. But if these future youths dare to rekindle the Legion flame, their families, friends and neighbors may destroy them! Written by Tom Peyer. Art by Keith Giffen and Al Gordon. Cover by Alan Davis and Mark Farmer. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1
    Young Heroes in Love One Million (1998) 1

    A final issue featuring cameo appearances by the assembled JLA and Justice Legion A! Witness the splendor and magnificence of the 853rd century celebration as a group of independent-minded children--living in the old JLA Watchtower--demand to stay up past their bedtimes to watch the whole thing. What trick does a future version of Hard Drive have up his sleeve? And who is the mysterious survivor from the original Young Heroes? Written by Dan Raspler. Art and cover by Dev Madan and Keith Champagne. FC, 32 pg. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1
    Superman The Man of Tomorrow One Million (1998) 1

    Discover the secrets of the Men of Tomorrow as we learn how the Man of Steel's legacy has been carried down through the ages. How does Solaris fit into the legend of the Superman? It's all here, as the original Superman puts the final pieces of the puzzle together, and goes to gather the Justice League for the final showdown with Solaris. Written by Mark Schultz. Art by Georges Jeanty, Denis Rodier and Dennis Janke. Cover by Gene Ha. FC, 32 pg. Miraweb Format. NOTE: The DC One Million series consists of 31 issues including a 4-issue mini-series and 27 one-shots. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    DC One Million TPB (1999 DC) 1-1ST
    Published 1999 by DC.

    1st printing. Collects DC One Million #1-4, Green Lantern: One Million (1998), Starman: One Million (1998) JLA: One Million (1998), Resurrection Man: One Million (1998), and Superman: Man of Tomorrow - One Million (1998). Written by Grant Morrison, Dan Abnett, Chuck Dixon, Andy Lanning, Ron Marz, James Robinson and Mark Schultz. Art by Val Semeiks, Butch Guice, Bryan Hitch, Georges Jeanty, Greg Land, Howard Porter, Peter Snejbjerg, Prentis Rollins, John Dell, Drew Geraci, Dennis Janke, Paul Neary, and Wade Von Grawbadger. One of the most exciting events in DC history is collected in this volume, reprinting the complex story taking place in our own 20th century and in the far-flung 853rd century - one million months after the publication of ACTION COMICS #1. Including the popular miniseries that tied the event together - written by Grant Morrison (JLA) with art by Val Semeiks and others - this is the story of the JLA's first meeting with their successors, an encounter that nearly becomes their doom thanks to the machinations of the immortal Vandal Savage and the sentient super-computer Solaris, the Tyrant Sun. Softcover, 206 pages, full color. Cover price $14.95.