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"Weep for the Future": The Clock King recruits four super-powered agents and unites them as his own super-hero team, the Clockwatchers. The team consists of Acidia, Sharpe, Charge and Radiant. He plans to attack a public appearance of the Teen Titans at L.L. S
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Appearing in "Weep for the Future"
Synopsis for "Weep for the Future"
The Clock King recruits four super-powered agents and unites them as his own super-hero team, the Clockwatchers. The team consists of Acidia, Sharpe, Charge and Radiant. He plans to attack a public appearance of the Teen Titans at L.L. Siegel and Shuster Toys in Metropolis.
Meanwhile, Cameron Chase meets Director Bones – the administrator for the Northeastern region of the DEO. Bones compliments her on her recent work in Peru, but places her in charge of observing and (in effect) babysitting the Teen Titans. While scouting out the toy store, Cameron runs into Peter Rice, Knob and her sister, Terry.
The Clockwatchers attack the toy store, but quickly discover that the Teen Titans are not the only heroes present. Also in attendance are Booster Gold and Firehawk. A massive fight breaks out, and Chase tries to protect the nearby civilians. Although the assembled heroes are more than adequate for the task, Chase unwittingly lends them a hand, as she produces another flash of light, which temporarily negates the Clockwatchers super-powers. The feat takes its toll on Cameron however, and she falls over gravely injured.
- Argent, the Atom, Fringe, Prysm and Risk appeared last in Teen Titans (Volume 2) #20. They appear next in JLA: World Without Grown-Ups #1.
- Booster Gold appeared last in Superman (Volume 2) #124. He appears next in Superman (Volume 2) #142.
- First appearance of the Clockwatchers.
- Reference is made to the Millennium Giants in this issue. The Millennium Giants were key figures in a multi-part story-arc running through issues of Superman (Volume 2) and Adventures of Superman.
- Terry Chase appeared last in Batman #550, although she did appear in a flashback sequence in Chase #3.
- The L. L. Siegel & Shuster Toy Store is named after Superman creators, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.
- This issue includes DEO files on Cameron Chase and the Teen Titans.
- Cameron Chase appearances list
- Cameron Chase quotes page
- Department of Extranormal Operations
- Argent appearances list
- Atom appearances list
- Booster Gold appearances list
- Clock King appearances list
- Director Bones appearances list
- Firehawk appearances list
- Fringe appearances list
- Prysm appearances list
- Risk appearances list
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- Cover gallery for the Chase series
- Images from Chase Vol 1 4
Links and References
- Cameron Chase article at Wikipedia
- Cameron Chase profile at DCU Guide
- Chase series index at the Grand Comics Database
- Chase series index at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe