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Starman (1994) - #51
"Midnight in the House of El"
DC Comics

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David S. Goyer
James Dale Robinson

Peter Snejbjerg - 'Peter Snejbjerg Nielsen'

Keith C. Champagne

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Gregory Wright

Bill Oakley

Archie Goodwin
Peter J. Tomasi

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Cover Date: March 1999
Cover Price: US $ 2.50

Issue Tagline: Stars My Destination: Midnight in the House of El

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 36 pages

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Stars My Destination

Letters Column: Lost in the Stars

After overshooting their time by about 77 years, Jack, Mikaal and the hologram Ted Knight land on Krypton where they meet a 17-year-old explorer named Jor-El (ring any bells?). After a while, they're taken to the House of El by Jor-El's father and are interrogated as to their involvement with a rebel group from the other side of the planet. Eventually, Jor-El escapes from his house arrest and frees Mikaal and Jack. With Jor-El's help, they escape from his father and attempt, once again, to travel to the correct time.

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Starman (1994) Omnibus HC vol. 05
Starman (1994) TPB vol. 07

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