New York Times best-selling novelist Brad Meltzer (The Inner Circle, The Book of Fate) unleashed a murder mystery featuring some of the biggest pop icons in the world: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and the rest of the Justice League. The most talked-about and successful miniseries of 2004, IDENTITY CRISIS is a graphic novel written by Meltzer with art by Rags Morales and Michael Bair. The book delivers murder, betrayal, intrigue and an inventive look at the world of superheroes, fantastic powers and secret identities.
When the spouse of a JLA member is brutally murdered, the entire superhero community searches for the killer, fearing their own loved ones may be the next targets. Before the mystery is solved, a number of long-buried secrets will threaten to divide the heroes before they can bring the mysterious killer to justice. IDENTITY CRISIS is an all-too-human look into the lives of superheroes, and the terrible price they pay for doing good.
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About the Author
Brad Meltzer is the author of the New York Times bestselling thrillers The Tenth Justice, Dead Even, The First Counsel, The Millionaires and The Zero Game. His first comic book work was Green Arrow: The Archer's Quest but his breakout success came with the critically acclaimed Identity Crisis illustrated by Rags Morales. He has recently followed up with the best-selling run writing the adventures of the Justice League of America illustrated by Ed Benes.
Rags Morales started his DC career working on comics based on TSR's role-playing games such as Advanced Dungeons and Dragons. His first super-hero series for DC Comics was the Black Condor. Since then, he has worked on most of DC's major heroes including a long run on JSA and Hawkman, which served as warm-ups to the best-selling Identity Crisis written by New York Times # 1 bestselling author Brad Meltzer. Since then, he has illustrated the adventures of Wonder Woman and Batman: Confidential.
Date of Birth:1970
Place of Birth:New York, New York
Education:B.A., University of Michigan; J.D., Columbia University