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"The Autopsy": The superhero community entrusts the body of Sue Dibny to Doctor Mid-Nite and Mister Terrific for an autopsy. and most other members of the Justice Society spend time consoling their loved ones


Quote1 We try to take our masks off for each other. No matter how difficult it might be. Quote2
-- Doctor Mid-Nite



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Synopsis for "The Autopsy"

The superhero community entrusts the body of Sue Dibny to Doctor Mid-Nite and Mister Terrific for an autopsy.[1] and most other members of the Justice Society spend time consoling their loved ones. Terrific leaves to attend the release of the driver who killed his wife Paula. While analyzing his lab data, Mid-Nite discovers Sue's killer.

Superman consoles Power Girl at Sue's grave.

S.T.R.I.P.E., Stargirl, and Wildcat track down villains, confronting Mirror Master who claims he and the Rogues had nothing do with the killing. Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. head home to protect their family.

In 1951, The Atom (Al Pratt) and Johnny Thunder duck into an alley to avoid being interrogated by the federal government and possibly unmasked. The duo realize that they can't run from the law forever and decide to retire. Unbeknownst to them, Per Degaton is watching them, just out of phase from the time stream.



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The events from this issue or series are related to Identity Crisis, a crisis in themes of morality and identity for the Justice League of America, beginning when a mysterious killer starts targeting the families of heroes. This template will categorize articles that include it into the Identity Crisis crossover category.

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