Identity Crisis

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Dc Comics, Aug 16, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 288 pages
229 Reviews
When the spouse of a JLA member is brutally murdered, the entire super-hero community searches for the killer, fearing their own loved ones may be the next targets! But before the mystery is fully solved, a number of long-buried secrets rise to the surface, threatening to tear apart and divide the heroes before they can bring the mysterious killer to justice. Bonus features for this edition include extended commentary by Meltzer and Morales, the rest of the creative team talking about their favorite moments, a look at Morales's sketchbook and more!

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Amazing story telling, and clean gorgeous art work. - Goodreads
Rape as a plot device always scores low in my book. - Goodreads
Great plot twists, great character writing. - Goodreads
This book had it's flaws--plot similar to Watchmen. - Goodreads
It has great pics and a great story. - Goodreads
It was good until the shitastic, cop-out ending. - Goodreads

Review: Identity Crisis (Identity Crisis #1-7)

User Review  - Hannah Givens - Goodreads

Works well as a mystery. I was sometimes confused by all the different characters, but the plot pulls it off. Read full review

Review: Identity Crisis (Identity Crisis #1-7)

User Review  - Gin Hoffman - Goodreads

Shocking, emotionally driven, and explores the real perils of being and loving a crime fighter. This graphic novel changed the way I look at Graphic Novels. Read full review


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About the author (2006)

Brad Meltzer is the #1 "New York Times" bestselling author of "The Book of Fate", as well as the bestsellers "The Tenth Justice", "Dead Even", "The First Counsel", "The Millionaires", "The Zero Game", and "The Book of Lies". His newest thriller, "The Inner Circle", will be released in January 2011. He lives in Florida with his wife, Cori, and coaches lots of Little League for their three children, Jonas, Lila, and Theo.

Acclaimed artist Rags Morales illustrated the top-selling graphic novel Identity Crisis, and is also known for his work on Hawkman, Justice Society of America, Wonder Woman and more.

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