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

Plot Synopsis: Identity Crisis (2004) #2
"Chapter 2 - House of Lies" is written by Brad Metzler and drawn by Rags Morales and Mike Bair. Cover by Michael Turner. Doctor Light has seemingly ripped out the heart of the JLA by brutally killing Sue Dibny, the lovably cute wife of the Elongated Man. As a plethora of heroes, friends and acquaintances of the Dibnys, go into action to track down the killer whose identity remains unknown, a core group of Leaguers surreptitiously break away to pursue Dr. Light convinced of his guilt. Elongated Man, Zatanna, Black Canary, the Atom, Green Arrow and the Hawkman are soon joined by the Flash and Green Lantern; acting on the knowledge that Light was carrying out a threat he'd made against Sue many years before.

As the Leaguers reveal to Flash and GL how Dr. Light brutally assaulted Sue Dibny in the JLA satellite while the team was away, they also divulge that upon mutual agreement, they mind-wiped the villain and altered his personality so he'd never threaten any of their loved ones again. Meanwhile, Dr. Light has made a connection with a loose group of super-villains on the run who are coming together with the help of the Human Calculator (the villains' answer to Oracle). And to help him defend himself against the JLA, Dr. Light strikes a deal with Deathstroke, the Terminator!

Publisher: DC ComicsTitle: IDENTITY CRISIS (2004)
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