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"Crossfire, Part Three: The Thinking Man": The Rogues battle the Thinker's army of mind-controlled followers. Keith Kenyon takes Wally West away from the battle into the sewers and tells him the truth about his past and the Network.



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Synopsis for "Crossfire, Part Three: The Thinking Man"

The Rogues battle the Thinker's army of mind-controlled followers. Keith Kenyon takes Wally West away from the battle into the sewers and tells him the truth about his past and the Network.

Captain Cold helps Jared Morillo and Fred Chyre break out the rest of KCPD and Cyborg from a Mirror Master dimension in Central City. Cold shows them to reverse the image by shooting a wall of ice which reflects the mirror image and then smash the normal image to release the people from the alternate reality. He gives them the plans he stole for the Rogue's Network he stole from Hunter Zolomon. Morillo reads out loud about the Network. It was started by Blacksmith and it was an underground black market specializing in moving stolen merchandise. This is how many of the pilfered goods moved once a Rogue stole it. Keith Kenyon fell in love with Blacksmith and they married and divorced quickly. As Kenyon left she stole some of his elixir and transformed herself into a Metahuman. Kenyon mentioned Mirror Master's use of hypnotism and Wally realizes Pied Piper is innocent and was hypnotized by Mirror Master[1].

An explosion happens and the Thinker enters the underground sewer to take Flash back. Cyborg shows up and tells Wally a plan he has by connecting directly to Flash's mind. Wally lets the Thinker connect to himself.



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  • This book was first published on May 19, 2002.
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