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Things get worse for both the Justice League America (JLA) and the Justice Society of America (JSA) as T.O. Morrow infects the past.  The JSA believing the JLA is misguided hold them prisoner as they use the technology T. O. Morrow delivers to the past.  Only Flash, Jay Garrik sees the folly and attempts to stop Morrow.
**Spoiler Alert**
Morrow and the JSA take everything to such a chaotic point that Morrow goes to kill his own mother and the JSA work with the JLA to fight genetically engineered clones of the JSA in the future.  It is only when Garrick meets up with Morrow that the day is saved and justice prevails.

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Hopefully you read my review for the previous issue before you read this one.  This book was every-bit as good as the first issue and takes the story to a climatic ending.  The two leagues (JLA & JSA) interact very well with each other.  The book is a perfect mix of humor action and adventure.  My favorite line is when Dr. Mid-Nite thinks he should be the new leader of the JSA.  I really loved the ending and how it didn't go the way I expected.  As a matter of fact it successfully led me dow...

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