Justice League America

Vol. 1 No. 64 (July 1992)

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The Revenge of Starbreaker
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Justice League America - "The Revenge of Starbreaker"
The Justice League confronts Starbreaker for a second time (story possibly spans several issues). Starbreaker is an energy vampire who feeds on planets, stars, and people. He first appeared in "Justice League of America" No. 96 (February 1972).  Note: this series began as "Justice League International" but the name was changed beginning with issue #26.

Writer: Dan Jurgens
Artist: Dan Jurgens

Published by DC Comics

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