Trial by Fire

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DC Comics, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 144 pages
8 Reviews
A creature of unimaginable power and anger has arrived on Earth, decimating the ranks of the JLA. The surviving members unravel its secret and fight to prevent it from unleashing World War III. Batman finally determines that former member Plastic Man is the Key to salvation, but Plastic Man has no memory of his super-heroic life. Set against this backdrop is the private struggle the Martian Manhunter endures in an effort to conquer his fear of fire. What he didn't expect was to fall in love with his teacher, the villainous Scorch. TRIAL BY FIRE represents a turning point in the Martian Manhunter's life as he experiences both great personal growth and great personal loss.

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Review: JLA, Vol. 14: Trial by Fire (JLA #14)

User Review  - Sean - Goodreads

One huge problem I have always had with the DC Universe is that their heroes are created too powerful. The likes of Superman, Flash, Martian Manhunter, etc. are shown here to do some unbelievably ... Read full review

Review: JLA, Vol. 14: Trial by Fire (JLA #14)

User Review  - Steve - Goodreads

By far, this is Joe Kelly's masterpiece in his run of JLA. I don't want to spoil it for anyone going in, I just want to say that you should go into this one blind. Its got the most character ... Read full review

About the author (2004)

Tom Nguyen is a full-time freelancer, primarily for DC Comics, but other clients include Marvel Comics, Wizard Magazine, Upper Deck Entertainment and others. Along with artist Doug Mahnke, he has produced two DVDs: The Tom Nguyen Style of Comic Book Inking and The Doug Mahnke Style of Comic Book Penciling. Tom Nguyen also written Incredible Comics with Tom Nguyen (IMPACT 2007).