IDENTITY CRISIS (2004) #1 2ND PRINT - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Identity Crisis (2004) #1
Premiere issue. "Chapter One Coffin" is written by Brad Meltzer and drawn by Rags Morales and Mike Bair. Cover by Michael Turner. Starring the JLA, the JSA and the Teen Titans. Why do super-heroes adopt secret identities? Why do champions of the downtrodden hide behind masks? Well, the reason is quite simple actually. If their foes ever were to find out who they were in civilian life, they could strike at the heroes through their loved ones. Even a super-hero as fast as the Flash can't be everywhere at once and much-too vulnerable wives, friends and family would be endangered were true identities known.

The easy-going Elongated Man, however, doffed his mask early in his crime-fighting career. Everyone knew that Ralph Dibny, with the help of his plucky and fun-loving wife Sue, fought crime and solved mysteries with his superior intellect and ability to stretch any body part to incredible lengths. But as a member of the JLA, the Elongated Man also gained the League's powerful enemies. One of those foes, Dr. Light, catches up with Sue while Ralph is on a case and attacks her with unspeakable violence. Merciful death doesn't come quickly enough for the wife of the Elongated Man. And when the League react, they begin to suspect that many of their super-foes are beginning to organize in a very ominous way.

Publisher: DC ComicsTitle: IDENTITY CRISIS (2004)
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