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"Trial by Fire (Part I of VI)": As The Martian Manhunter rejoices to Superman at being cured of his fear of fire, Batman is called to investigate the apparent remorse of all of his enemies at Arkham Asylum: a


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Martian Manhunter

JLA #84 is an issue of the series JLA (Volume 1) with a cover date of October, 2003. It was published on August 13, 2003.

Appearing in "Trial by Fire (Part I of VI)"

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Synopsis for "Trial by Fire (Part I of VI)"

As The Martian Manhunter rejoices to Superman at being cured of his fear of fire, Batman is called to investigate the apparent remorse of all of his enemies at Arkham Asylum: at various prisons across America, dangerous criminals are suddenly becoming harmless. Lex Luthor is found conscious, but paralyzed and evidently in intense pain at the White House. The Manhunter reluctantly uses his telepathy to aid him. While he works, all of those in the room are attacked by a threatening psychic force and a disembodied voice lashes out at them and tells them to accept the gift they have been given of reformed criminals. Lastly, as Firestorm investigates something on the moon's surface, his powers suddenly disappear. As he gasps for air in the vacuum, he sees what he believes to be Firestorm hovering above him.



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  • This issue is reprinted in the JLA: Trial by Fire trade paperback.
  • Cover date indicates a bi-monthly shipping schedule.

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