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No Matter what you know about J'onn J'onnz, you're not prepared for this! The acclaimed team of writer Steve Orlando and artist Riley Rossomo reteam for a reinvention of the Manhunter from Mars in this twisted, unexpected series.
Writer: Steve Orlando
Artist: Riley Rossmo
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In order for J'onn and Diane to uncover all of Charnn's deadly secrets, J'onn will have to perform a Martian thoughtopsy, an extreme telepathic procedure that he might not come back from! What secrets, traps and deadly obstacles exist in Charnn's head and his past? And is it too late to save Ashley Addams?
Diane Meade enters the mindscape of J'onn J'onnz and is attacked by the psychic forms of his tragedies, regrets, and even his aspirations. Will J'onn be able to save her and find the secrets in his mindscape that will lead him to saving Ashley Addams and defeating Charnn once and for all?