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"Origins Matter After Cancellation": Fearing that the sentient satellite Brother Eye has become too powerful, Maxwell Lord has decided to shut it down. Brother Eye foresaw this, however, and took control of the O.M.A.C. virus, giving it to an unsuspecting [[

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"Origins Matter After Cancellation"

Cover for DC Universe Presents #0 (2012)

"Mister Terrific"

"Balance of Power"

"Mother Machine"

"Instant Karma"

"Who's Who in the New 52!"


Quote1 Eye have access to all your security systems and files, Eye see everything you see and more. Quote2
-- Brother Eye



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Synopsis for "Origins Matter After Cancellation"

Fearing that the sentient satellite Brother Eye has become too powerful, Maxwell Lord has decided to shut it down. Brother Eye foresaw this, however, and took control of the O.M.A.C. virus, giving it to an unsuspecting Kevin Kho.

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Synopsis for "Mister Terrific"

Michael Holt puts his incredible intelligence to use and becomes the superhero known as Mister Terrific. While investigating the Ninth Dimension, he sees visions of his past and future.

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Synopsis for "Balance of Power"

After Don Hall was killed in action, his girlfriend, Dawn Granger became the avatar of peace and the superhero named Dove. She eventually teamed with Don's brother, Henry Hall, who represents war as Hawk.

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Synopsis for "Mother Machine"

During the invasion of Darkseid, the Blackhawks tried to save one of their kidnapped comrades. But they were too late, and she was transformed into the half-human/half-machine villain known as Mother Machine.

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Synopsis for "Instant Karma"

Boston Brand is taught his first lesson as Deadman, as he's placed inside the body of his killer, James Matson. Brand accidentally causes the death of an innocent old woman, but he does make sure Matson is captured by the police.

Appearing in "Who's Who in the New 52!"

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Synopsis for "Who's Who in the New 52!"

Because of the actions of Maxwell Lord and Brother Eye, Kevin Kho is stuck as the One-Machine Attack Construct known as O.M.A.C.

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