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Extreme Justice Vol 1 18

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Extreme Justice Vol 1 18

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"Deathmatch Doom": The Legion of Doom have the team on the ropes, until Maxima realizes that Brainwave'ss powers are being fed by a creation of his subconscious, an image of his dead supervillain father which embodies Brainwave's own guilt. The demented former hero is taken away to receive treat



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Synopsis for "Deathmatch Doom"

The Legion of Doom have the team on the ropes, until Maxima realizes that Brainwave'ss powers are being fed by a creation of his subconscious, an image of his dead supervillain father which embodies Brainwave's own guilt. The demented former hero is taken away to receive treatment.



Notes

  • At the beginning of this issue, Blue Beetle uses a "fibrous polymer" to entangle two opponents which will "dissolve in an hour or so", and explains he "got the recipe from this guy who just drifted through from some alternative universe recently", referring to Spider-Man in the DC Versus Marvel series. Although written tongue-in-cheek, this is the only time the DC Versus Marvel crossovers are referenced in a story set in the mainstream DC Universe that's not written by Ron Marz.

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