Justice League of America #22 [Doug Mahnke Variant Cover]
(Early March 2018)

DC, 2017 Series
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Price
2.99 USD
Pages
36
Indicia Frequency
biweekly
On-sale Date
2018-01-10
Publisher's Age Guidelines
Rated T Teen
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
DC Comics
Brand
DC Universe
Barcode
761941349589 02221
Editing
Brian Cunningham (editor); Dave Wielgosz (assistant editor)

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Justice League of America / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Doug Mahnke (signed)
Inks
Doug Mahnke (signed)
Colors
Wil Quintana (signed)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Queen of Fables [Tsaritsa; The Might Behind the Mirror]
Reprints

Deadly Fable Part One (Table of Contents: 1)

Justice League of America / comic story / 20 pages (report information)

Script
Steve Orlando
Pencils
Neil Edwards
Inks
Daniel Henriques
Colors
Hi-Fi
Letters
Clayton Cowles

Genre
superhero
Characters
Justice League of America [Frost [Caitlin Snow; Killer Frost]; Black Canary [Dinah Lance]; The Atom [Ryan Choi]; Lobo; Vixen [Mari McCabe]; The Ray [Ray Terrill]]; Queen of Fables [Tsaritsa; The Might Behind the Mirror]; Xenos; unnamed frozen victims (in Frost's vision); unnamed people using wishes; unnamed Queen of Fables worshippers (flashback); unnamed Happy Harbor residents; The Three Devils; unidentified fairy tale woodsmen; other unidentified fairy tale characters; The Batman Who Laughs; Dark Robin
Synopsis
The Queen of Fables, posing as The Might Behind the Mirror who has been granting people's wishes, shows Frost a vision of the future where she has lost control of her powers and causes the frozen death of everyone on Earth. To avoid this future Frost accepts a wish from the Queen of Fables, who cures her and removes her powers, but this unwittingly gives the Queen the power to escape her prison in the mirror dimension. The Queen promptly uses fairy tale characters to imprison the JLA and to help her gain control of humanity. Vixen makes a sacrifice in an attempt to escape.
Reprints
Keywords
Dark Multiverse; Happy Harbor; The Sanctuary

Indexer Notes

The Justice League Sanctuary is destroyed by the Queen of Fables.

The Queen makes a reference to the threat from the Dark Multiverse as shown in Dark Nights: Metal (DC, 2017 series), and states that because of that threat, many humans are willing to accept her wishes looking for a quick fix for their problems.

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Table of Contents
  1. 0. [no title indexed]
    Justice League of America
  2. 1. Deadly Fable Part One
    Justice League of America
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