JLA: Age of Wonder
|JLA: Age of Wonder|
|Publisher||Elseworlds (DC Comics)|
|No. of issues||2|
|Written by||Adisakdi Tantimedh|
|Penciller(s)||P. Craig Russell
'''JLA: Age of Wonder''' (2003) was a two-issue prestige format comic book mini-series from DC's Elseworlds imprint. It was written by Adisakdi Tantimedh, with art by P. Craig Russell and Galen Showman.
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In the story, Superman lands in Kansas in the 1850s and emerges on the world stage at the 1876 Centennial Exposition. Superman ends up working with Nikola Tesla who eventually deploys a death ray during World War I.
- "JLA: Age of Wonder" at the Comic Book DB
- Superman's 'Wonder'-Land: Adi Tantimedh talks JLA: Age of Wonder, Comic Book Resources, February 14, 2003
- Critiques on issue #1, Snap Judgements on issue #1 and #2 at the Fourth Rail
- Superman homepage review of issue #1 and #2
- Review of issue #1
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