"Cry for Justice: The Fix": Gotham City
Appearing in "Cry for Justice: The Fix"
Synopsis for "Cry for Justice: The Fix"
With the aid of Shazam the heroes survived the explosion caused by Clayface. They discuss how Prometheus was able to control Clayface to the point of turning him into a suicide bomber and what the villain's ultimate plan is before deciding that questioning one of the villains they have in custody might be the best way to get that information.
Jay Garrick finds Miss Martian moments after she foils a kidnapping plot.
Mikaal prevents Congo Bill from crossing the line and killing his opponent during a battle with Prometheus's people. They question Arak and Penny Dreadful with only Arak willing to tell them what he knows. Penny attacks Arak for this though Mikaal takes her down in short order. While they do get some useful intelligence the trail goes cold.
Metropolis and Charlotte, North Carolina
Jay Garrick tracks down Mon-El before meeting with Hourman and Liberty Belle.
Ollie expresses the misgivings he feels over their recent acts of torture. After a short and sweet confrontation Ollie convinces them that they need to get the rest of the League in on this.
Jay Garrick rests after his marathon run around the country. The Shade appears at his door and after convincing Jay that he means no harm they sit down to discuss what the Shade has come to tell him.
22,300 Miles Above the Earth
The remains of the Justice League inform Hal, Ollie and Ray that they have some explaining to do.
Appearing in "Mikaal Tomas: Starman"
- Starman (Cameo)
Synopsis for "Mikaal Tomas: Starman"
When the woman he loved was murdered while attempting to warn Earth of his race's impending invasion Mikaal took up her cause and tried to avenge her death. After escaping captivity Mikaal fled to Earth and struggled to find his way in the world. His oldest foe eventually tracks him to Earth and the two battle leaving Mikaal's Sonic Crystal embedded into his chest. Eventually he was drugged and forced to be a side show act for years until Jack Knight found him. Today he fights crime as a would-be super-hero.
- This book was first published on October 7, 2009.
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