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JLA Classified (2005) comic books 2007

  • Issue #29
    JLA Classified (2005) 29

    Written by Howard Chaykin Art and cover by Killian Plunkett & Tom Nguyen Part 4 of the 6-part "Sacred Trust." The JLA sinks deeper and deeper undercover...until their cover is blown wide open on the battlefield ? leaving their mission against two warring armies of metahumans a failure! ? 32 pg, FC Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #30
    JLA Classified (2005) 30

    Written by Howard Chaykin Art and cover by Killian Plunkett & Tom Nguyen Part 5 of the 6-part "Sacred Trust." The JLA's cover's been blown wide-open, and the team is at the mercy of the two rebel armies of Meta Humans! ? 32 pg, FC Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #31
    JLA Classified (2005) 31

    Written by Howard Chaykin. Art and cover by Kilian Plunkett & Tom Nguyen. Concluding the 6-part 'Sacred Trust.' The U.N. restrictions are off and so are the undercover guises the JLA have been working behind - so the JLA confront the Meta-Armies head-on, with explosive force! ? 32 pg, FC Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #32
    JLA Classified (2005) 32
    • Signed by writer Dan Slott with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Written by Dan Slott & Dan Jurgens. Art by Jurgens & Trevor Scott. Cover by Jurgens & Kevin Nowlan. The 5-part story '4th Parallel,' written by Dan Slott & Dan Jurgens with art by Jurgens & Trevor Scott, kicks off in the 48-page JLA CLASSIFIED #32, and continues two weeks later in JLA CLASSIFIED #33! When lifetime loser Dareen Profitt finds a way to imprison the League's master villain Dr. Destiny and wrests control of the reality-warping Materiopticon, his luck seems likely to change. Which is bad for the JLA and the DCU as we know it! In Part 2, reality has split in three, and the JLA of this reality meets Profitt's new alter ego: the Red King! Is he too good to be true? ? 32 pg, FC Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #33
    JLA Classified (2005) 33

    Written by Dan Slott & Dan Jurgens. Art by Jurgens & Trevor Scott. Cover by Jurgens & Kevin Nowlan. The 5-part story '4th Parallel,' written by Dan Slott & Dan Jurgens with art by Jurgens & Trevor Scott, kicks off in the 48-page JLA CLASSIFIED #32, and continues two weeks later in JLA CLASSIFIED #33! When lifetime loser Dareen Profitt finds a way to imprison he League's master villain Dr. Destiny and wrests control of the reality-warping Materiopticon, his luck seems likely to change. Which is bad for the JLA and the DCU as we know it! In Part 2, reality has split in three, and the JLA of this reality meets Profitt's new alter ego: the Red King! Is he too good to be true? Issue #32 on sale January 17 ? 48 pg, FC, $3.99; issue #33 on sale January 31 ? 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #34
    JLA Classified (2005) 34

    Written by Dan Slott & Dan Jurgens Art by Jurgens & Jerry Ordway Cover by Jurgens & Kevin Nowlan JLA CLASSIFIED ships twice in February, as the 5-part sory 'The 4th Parallel' heats up! Issue #34 features Part 3, as the Red King continues his fact-finding exploration of the multi-verse and discovers a second splinter world. And on this world it seems Batman may have the upper hand... for now! And in issue #5, the final world created by Doctor Destiny's Materioptikon is completely dominated by the Red King... as the Justice League of America is dismantled one member at a time! 32 pg, FC, Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #35
    JLA Classified (2005) 35

    Written by Dan Slott & Dan Jurgens. Art by Jurgens & Al Milgrom. Cover by Jurgens & Kevin Nowlan. JLA CLASSIFIED ships twice in February, as the 5-part sory 'The 4th Parallel' heats up! Issue #34 features Part 3, as the Red King continues his fact-finding exploration of the multi-verse and discovers a second splinter world. And on this world it seems Batman may have the upper hand... for now! And in issue #5, the final world created by Doctor Destiny's Materioptikon is completely dominated by the Red King... as the Justice League of America is dismantled one member at a time! 32 pg, FC Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #36
    JLA Classified (2005) 36

    Written by Dan Slott & Dan Jurgens Art by Jurgens & Trevor Scott Cover by Jurgens & Kevin Nowlan Concluding the 5-part 'The 4th Parallel' in a special 48-page issue! A JLA member cracks the Materioptikon and confronts the Red King where he's most vulnerable! The fates of several worlds created by the villain hang in the balance! ? 32 pg, FC Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #37
    JLA Classified (2005) 37

    Written by Peter Milligan Art by Carlos D'Anda Cover by Howard Porter Kicking off the 5-part 'Kid Amazo!' Professor Ivo and Amazo have hatched an unusual experiment that just might mean the downfall of the Justice League-but could their experiment turn on them? Meet the robot Amazo's only child: Kid Amazo! ? 32 pg, FC Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #38
    JLA Classified (2005) 38

    Written by Peter Milligan Art by Carlos D'Anda Cover by Sami Basri Part 2 of the 5-part 'Kid Amazo!' The Justice League are two steps behind Amazo and his 'son' with an urgent need to reach the youth before he succumbs to his 'father's' evil programming. ? 32 pg, FC Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #39
    JLA Classified (2005) 39

    Written by Peter Milligan Art by Carlos D'Anda Cover by Howard Porter Part 3 of the 5-part 'Kid Amazo.' It's time to start picking sides...but will Amazo sit still for his only 'son' choosing the hero's path? Not likely! ? 32 pg, FC Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #40
    JLA Classified (2005) 40

    Written by Peter Milligan Art by Carlos D'Anda Cover by Sami Basri Part 4 of the 5-part 'Kid Amazo.' Kid Amazo has finally embraced his programming and decided to be the chip off the old byte that his android creator, Amazo, wanted him to be. And the Justice League may pay for waiting so long for the Kid to choose sides. ? 32 pg, FC Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #41
    JLA Classified (2005) 41

    Written by Peter Milligan Art by Carlos D'Anda Cover by Sami Basri The explosive conclusion of the 5-part 'Kid Amazo.' The Justice League intervene trying to salvage the good side of Kid Amazo's programming, but it seems they waited too long to act - and Amazo may have succeeded in creating a better, more deadly version of himself. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #42
    JLA Classified (2005) 42

    Written by Justin Gray. Art by Rick Leonardi & Sean Phillips. Cover by Walt Simonson. JLA CLASSIFIED ships twice in September, kicking off 'The Ghosts of Mars!' The Martian Manhunter struggles with the memories of his long dead family...but when the memories fight back, the Manhunter's position among the Justice League of America is shaken! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #43
    JLA Classified (2005) 43

    Written by Justin Gray. Art by Rick Leonardi & Sean Phillips. Cover by Walt Simonson. JLA CLASSIFIED ships twice in September, kicking off 'The Ghosts of Mars!' The Martian Manhunter struggles with the memories of his long dead family...but when the memories fight back, the Manhunter's position among the Justice League of America is shaken! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #44
    JLA Classified (2005) 44

    Written by Justin Gray Art by Rick Leonardi & Sean Phillips Covers by Walter Simonson 'The Ghosts of Mars' Parts 3 and 4 of 5. The original Justice League learns how to accept the Martian Manhunter as one of their own, but the most alien of the League comes with some baggage - in the form of his brother's ghost! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #45
    JLA Classified (2005) 45

    Written by Justin Gray Art by Rick Leonardi & Sean Phillips Covers by Walter Simonson 'The Ghosts of Mars' Parts 3 and 4 of 5. The original Justice League learns how to accept the Martian Manhunter as one of their own, but the most alien of the League comes with some baggage - in the form of his brother's ghost! Cover price $2.99.