WEFOUNDJSA vs. Kobra #6


It all ends here! Now that the Kobra's lair has been razed by the Justice Society, Jason Burr's plans should fall to pieces. But the terrorist leader has more than one plan at work, and the JSA won't be able to stop them all once they're put in motion! It's old dogs vs. new tricks in one final gambit!

The Justice Society finally tracks Kobra to his main base and launches an all-assault on him and his forces. It seems impossible that Jason Burr can escape their wrath now, but the wily serpent has one last surprising trick up his sleeve! 

The trail of Kobra leads the Justice Society to Fawcett City! Jason Burr may think it's safe to venture into former Shazam territory, but he's about to learn that the JSA protects each other's turf, no matter what. And now that Burr has gotten them mad, there's no holding the Justice Society back! 

Magog debuted in the first issue of the Elseworlds mini-series Kingdom Come in May 1996. Within this possible future, he represents the violent, modern-style heroes who come into conflict with the classic, moralistic heroes of the past.

Kingdom Come is a graphic novel rife with biblical references. Gog and Magog are both biblical characters from the Book of Genesis , the Book of Ezekiel , and the Book of Revelation as well as names that appear in a variety of subsequent legends. In addition to taking his name from the Old Testament , Magog represents the Golden calf , that is, a false idol . [ dead link ] [2]

The character's appearance was based on that of the Marvel Comics character Cable . [3] [4] Magog's character design was based on superhero design trends of the time, especially Cable, and Cable's creator Rob Liefeld himself. Alex Ross stated, "As I remember, Mark originally told me, 'Make him look like everything we hate in modern superhero design.'" [2] Ross has gone into more detail in an interview with Comic Book Resources :

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Written by ERIC TRAUTMANN
Art by DON KRAMER & MICHAEL BABINSKI
Cover by GENE HA The Justice Society of America must keep Kobra from plunging the planet into chaos in an effort to bring about the deadly age of Kali Yuga in this title collecting the six-issue miniseries. Set throughout the major cities of the DC Universe, this epic sets the stakes higher than ever for the JSA.

It all ends here! Now that the Kobra's lair has been razed by the Justice Society, Jason Burr's plans should fall to pieces. But the terrorist leader has more than one plan at work, and the JSA won't be able to stop them all once they're put in motion! It's old dogs vs. new tricks in one final gambit!

The Justice Society finally tracks Kobra to his main base and launches an all-assault on him and his forces. It seems impossible that Jason Burr can escape their wrath now, but the wily serpent has one last surprising trick up his sleeve! 

The trail of Kobra leads the Justice Society to Fawcett City! Jason Burr may think it's safe to venture into former Shazam territory, but he's about to learn that the JSA protects each other's turf, no matter what. And now that Burr has gotten them mad, there's no holding the Justice Society back! 

Magog debuted in the first issue of the Elseworlds mini-series Kingdom Come in May 1996. Within this possible future, he represents the violent, modern-style heroes who come into conflict with the classic, moralistic heroes of the past.

Kingdom Come is a graphic novel rife with biblical references. Gog and Magog are both biblical characters from the Book of Genesis , the Book of Ezekiel , and the Book of Revelation as well as names that appear in a variety of subsequent legends. In addition to taking his name from the Old Testament , Magog represents the Golden calf , that is, a false idol . [ dead link ] [2]

The character's appearance was based on that of the Marvel Comics character Cable . [3] [4] Magog's character design was based on superhero design trends of the time, especially Cable, and Cable's creator Rob Liefeld himself. Alex Ross stated, "As I remember, Mark originally told me, 'Make him look like everything we hate in modern superhero design.'" [2] Ross has gone into more detail in an interview with Comic Book Resources :

It all ends here! Now that the Kobra's lair has been razed by the Justice Society, Jason Burr's plans should fall to pieces. But the terrorist leader has more than one plan at work, and the JSA won't be able to stop them all once they're put in motion! It's old dogs vs. new tricks in one final gambit!

The Justice Society finally tracks Kobra to his main base and launches an all-assault on him and his forces. It seems impossible that Jason Burr can escape their wrath now, but the wily serpent has one last surprising trick up his sleeve! 

The trail of Kobra leads the Justice Society to Fawcett City! Jason Burr may think it's safe to venture into former Shazam territory, but he's about to learn that the JSA protects each other's turf, no matter what. And now that Burr has gotten them mad, there's no holding the Justice Society back! 


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