JLA – 28


JLA – 28

General Info

Issue No:
28
On Sale Date:
February 1999
Cover Date:
April 1999
Era:
Modern Age
Story Title:
Crisis Times Five - Part One

Creative Team

Cover Artist:
Howard Porter, John Dell
Writer:
Grant Morrison
Penciller:
Howard Porter
Inker:
John Dell
Letterer:
Ken Lopez
Colourist:
Pat Garrahy
Editor:
Dan Raspler
Tony Bedard (Associate)

Characters

Main:
Flash (Wally West), Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner), Hourman (Matthew Tyler), Huntress (Helena Bertinelli), Plastic Man (Patrick O'Brien), Superman (Clark Kent/Kal El), Zauriel
Heroes:
Captain Marvel (Billy Batson), Justice Society of America - [The Flash (Jay Garrick), Green Lantern/Sentinel (Alan Scott), Wildcat (Ted Grant), Wonder Woman (Hippolyta), Triumph (William MacIntyre), Jakeem Thunder]
Villains:
Lkz
Olympians:
NA
Amazons:
NA
Other:
The Quintessence - [Zeus, Phantom Stranger, Ganthet, Shazam, Highfather], Spectre (Hal Jordan)
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Comments

Diana is not featured in this issue and instead Hippolyta is featured as Wonder Woman as part of the JSA.

Synopsis

Hourman has warned the JLA that they will soon be in conflict with beings from the 5th Dimension. Reports of pink lightning in Keystone City begin to come in as both Flashes Wally West and Jay Garrick watch buildings getting twisted. The pink lightning very much looks like the pet Thunderbolt of former JSA member Johnny Thunder and Batman suggests that Thunderbolt also originates from the 5th Dimension.

Somewhere eles, Zauriel learns that the Spectre got imprisoned in a rock with the size of a planet.

In Chicago, Triumph is trying to sell some items he took from the JLA trophy room when he left. Instead, the people he’s trying to sell to try to kill him. In response, he lets a genie named Lkz out of a pen. Lkz tells Bill he can give him three wishes and Bill’s first wish is to become Triumph again.

In Central City, the bank building comes to life and starts smashing things.