"Apotheosis: Glory Days, Part Three": The JSA take cover while Montez professes the glory of gods who will make Parador great again. Henry's siblings become overwhelmed with grandeur and godhood. They tell Montez that they will not rebuild Parador. Montez scolds the children for their lack of gr
Appearing in "Apotheosis: Glory Days, Part Three"
- Stacy Porter (First appearance)
Synopsis for "Apotheosis: Glory Days, Part Three"
The JSA take cover while Montez professes the glory of gods who will make Parador great again. Henry's siblings become overwhelmed with grandeur and godhood. They tell Montez that they will not rebuild Parador. Montez scolds the children for their lack of gratitude towards the cartel. The children use their combined might to choke the life out of Montez. The children then fly off to Los Angeles to destroy the City of Angels and rebuild it as the new Parador.
People who were being treated for the Izapa drug or have already taken it began chanting the glory of the Parador gods when they arrived in Los Angeles. Power Girl is the first to arrive on scene as the children begin tearing down Wilshire Boulevard. Power Girl holds her own against the children. Stargirl, Judomaster, Citizen Steel and Hourman hear Stacy Porter's broadcast about the devastation. They immediately head toward Power Girl's location.
Power Girl's energy is siphoned off by Ah-Kin, the sun god. Ah-Kin can disperse and take away the energy of the sun from anything. Power Girl begins to fall from the skies. Stargirl saves Power Girl from falling by imbuing her with cosmic energy to revitalize her strength. Unfortunately, the two of them are struck down by Ix-Chel who takes their powers for her own. Power Girl and Stargirl separate when they fall from the skies. Hourman rescues Star Girl before she plummets to the asphalt but Power Girl is left at the mercy of Yum-Kimil.
At the hospital in Turkey, Chimera continues to fight with Namita. Namita questions why Chimera would defile her memory by bringing Cyclone to this particular hospital. Chimera wants to believe that if Cyclone survives her injuries then it will cleanse him of the guilt that he is burdened with. Namita brings up that she wasn't the only victim of Chimera's conceited brashness. Chimera is also responsible for the deaths of villagers, monks and his own mother before he left his homeland. Chimera though he could save them but his magic backfired. Cyclone wakes up with her wounds fully healed but then she begins to feel strange. Suddenly, Cyclone's powers cause her to lose control and a gust of wind breaks all the windows in the hospital.
Appearing in "The Inheritance, Part Nine: Bad to the Bones!"
Synopsis for "The Inheritance, Part Nine: Bad to the Bones!"
When the team reaches Prague, they head to the Bone Church and find a groundskeeper. Hourman asks the groundskeeper if he has seen a man in a wheel chair being escorted by a younger man. The groundskeeper responds in Czechoslovakian and Tigress tells Rick not to wast his time. They enter the Bone Church and head toward the catacombs. As they entered the catacombs, Jesse hears Dr. Hayes begging his son to stop his madness. Jesse races to the location of Dr. Hayes' cries and finds Dr. Hayes pinned to the ground with caskets on top of him.
Meanwhile, Peter unlocks the secret passageway to the staff. Peter grabs the staff and holds onto it for a moment until Liberty Belle steals it. Peter pulls out his gun and shoots Jesse in the back to test the Tachophixyl's healing power. The bullet merely strikes Jesse to the floor but she doesn't die. Jesse hands the Tachophixyl to Icicle while she tries to apprehend Peter. Peter transforms into a mist and enters Icicle's nostrils then tries to choke him.
Jesse takes the Tachophixyl and runs off with it thus forcing Peter to leave Icicle then give into the chase. Jesse mocks Peter for having such contempt for his father when Dr. Hayes is doing everything he can to save his son from same fate that he is suffering from. Peter retaliates by trying entering Jesse's mouth and choking her but Icicle surprises Peter from behind and transforms Peter's vapor form into snow. The team makes their way out of the church because Peter will eventually reconstitute himself when the snows melts and evaporates.
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