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Separated from one another, each member of the JLA is put to the test as they are forced to face their own personal Hell. "New Maps of Hell" part 5.
Print Release Date
November 30 2005
Digital Release Date
July 11 2012
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JLA: New Maps of Hell
Explore extraordinary tales featuring Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, and all your favorite super-heroes written and illustrated by rotating teams of comics' top talent -- including stories by Grant Morrison, Keith Giffen, Warren Ellis, Gail Simone and more!
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