JLA (1996) #94 - Plot Synopsis

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JLA (1996) #94
"Suffer the Little Children – The Tenth Circle Part 1" marks the reunion of the X-Men creative team of writer Chris Claremont and artist John Byrne with the extraordinary inks of Jerry Ordway on top. The story begins on a remote cliffside in the Badlands where Raven Manitou senses a great darkness closing in on him too late to avoid his fate. Then in Gotham City, Batman begins investigating the death of a teen runaway which has occult overtones. And in Metropolis, Superman looks into similar suspicious activity only to be beset by a strange, three-armed strongman and a hypnotic young girl who soon subdue him with the power of magic.

Flash, the Atom, Wonder Woman and the Martian Manhunter also delve into the mysterious disappearances of youth, each possessing the Metagene, and discover each case has the same mystic symbol associated with it. Meanwhile, in Key Mordaz, a mysterious team of investigators approach the problem from their own angle and prepare to enter the fray. And as Superman is delivered by his young captor to her vampire master Crucifer, we soon learn that even the Man of Steel can fall prey to a vicious bite on the neck! The undead foe soon sends his new Kryptonian thrall to eliminate his enemies–beginning with the enigmatic and beautiful JLA-er named Faith.

Publisher: DC ComicsTitle: JLA (1996)
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