A league of one

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Dc Comics, Dec 1, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 112 pages
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Since the Middle Ages, Earth's last dragon has been locked inside a mountain in Europe. And when Wonder Woman learns from the Oracle of Delphi that this powerful being, the embodiment of evil and duplicity, is about to escape, she knows that the Justice League of America must capture it once more. But the Oracle also told her that any JLA member who battles the creature will die! How Wonder Woman can save her comrades and defeat the dragon is central to this spectacular new graphic novel, which features lushly painted artwork by Christopher Moeller.

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Review: JLA: A League of One (Justice League of America League of One)

User Review  - Jayne - Goodreads

I t was an okay graphic novel i really love the art though it was really nice.But the one thing that really bugged and confused me was superman and wonder woman are trying to be in a love relationship ... Read full review

Review: JLA: A League of One (Justice League of America League of One)

User Review  - Shannon - Goodreads

Good art. Good idea. But, like with the gnomes' plan, it was not thought through and the results were disappointing. Just read the Hekateia, read/watch the Hobbit, and watch Dragonheart instead. The only thing you'll really miss is Elmer and the nymphs. Read full review


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Moeller has been working as a writer and painter in the comics industry since 1990. In 1996 he created the artwork for the Star Wars pop-up book from Dark Horse Comics and Star Wars: Battle of the Bounty Hunters. In addition to comic work, he has created artwork for posters, magazines, paperback and hardcover books, game illustrations, trading cards, advertising and design work.

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