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Wrath of the Spectre   (1988)
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Publisher: DC Comics

Publication Date: May 1988 - August 1988

Country: United States

Language: English

Four issue mini-series reprinting the controversial run of the Spectre by Michael Fleisher and Jim Aparo originally printed in Adventure Comics. Issue #4 features new material which was not published during the original run. For issues 1-3, the original art was re-colored by Adrienne Roy.

Number of issues cataloged: 5

Issue   Title   Story Arc   Cover Date
  The Arson Fiend and... The Spectre!
  August 1988
  The Human Bombs and...The Spectre
  July 1988
  The Nightmare Dummies and...The Spectre
  June 1988
  The Wrath of...The Spectre
  May 1988
  Wrath of the Spectre

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