Justice League of America #252 is an issue of the series Justice League of America (Volume 1) with a cover date of July, 1986. It was published on April 3, 1986. Synopsis for "Arrival" Despero and the remains of the Justice League satellite land in northwestern Maine. When he absorbs the. being of a deer hunter, he discovers that the JLA he knew has been disbanded and replaced by the one led by Batman. Meanwhile, Zatanna, drugged to prevent her from casting any spells, watches as Adam receives her genetic pattern. Bruce Wayne and Mari McCabe are dining in a Gotham restaurant when Despero causes a huge explosion in the center of town. Calling the other members, Batman and Vixen go into action against the villain, but are hopelessly outmatched by a being who can make the earth, buildings, and air explode or come to life around them. The other JLA members are gathered at the Sanctuary, but the link to the Gotham City teleport tube has been broken, so J'onn J'onzz, Elongated Man, Steel, Vibe, and Gypsy fly in by helicopter. They reach Despero easily, only to find Batman and Vixen helpless victims in the inferno. Appearing in "Arrival" Featured Characters: Justice League of America Bruce Wayne (Batman) Ralph Dibny (Elongated Man) Cynthia Reynolds (Gypsy) J'onn J'onzz (Martian Manhunter) Paco Ramone (Vibe) Mari McCabe (Vixen) Zatanna Zatara Supporting Characters: Antagonists: Despero Other Characters: Locations: Manhattan Metropolis Gotham City Justice League of America Vol 1 #252 July, 1986 Executive Editor Dick Giordano Cover Artists Luke McDonnell "Arrival" Writers Gerry Conway Pencilers Luke McDonnell Inkers Bill Wray Colourists Gene D'Angelo Letterers Albert DeGuzman Editors Andrew Helfer Previous Issue Next Issue Justice League of America # 251 Justice League of America # 253

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