IDENTITY CRISIS (2004) #7 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Identity Crisis (2004) #7
Conclusion. "Chapter Seven - The Hero's Life" is written by Brad Meltzer and drawn by Rags Morales and Mike Bair. Cover by Michael Turner. Finally, the killer is revealed and the plot that destroyed and disrupted so many lives is uncovered. While the JSA and some of the Justice League think the Atom is the villain, the Batman has it all figured out differently. Who could benefit from attacks on the civilian loved ones of the League? Answer: one of those very civilians. Jean Loring, ex-wife of the Ray (the Atom) Palmer, longed for the days when they were still together and hatched this elaborate plot to ensure Ray would draw closer to her.

However, Jean didn't count on Sue Dibny or Jack Drake dying and she certainly didn't expect her ex-husband would think her mad and send her away to Arkham Asylum when he found out what she'd been up to. As this ground-breaking series comes to a close, we are shown the way heroes cope with living in the sometimes cruel world they save each day. And we learn how champions push on even though life itself becomes filled with bitterness and regret. This series has impact that spreads throughout the DC Universe!

Publisher: DC ComicsTitle: IDENTITY CRISIS (2004)
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