- For years, we have bided our time... waiting for this moment... and now, we shall begin our revenge!
Appearing in "The Secret That Time Forgot!"
- Justice League of America (flashback only)
- Timeless Ones (flashback only)
- Gardner Parker
- Jared Inswich
- Thomas Parker
- Space Museum
- Hall of Justice (alternate future)
Synopsis for "The Secret That Time Forgot!"
In the 25th century, Thomas Parker recounts to his son one of the Justice League's adventures, in explanation of an exhibit in their honor in the Space Museum. Unknown to the JLA, the demons Abnegazar, Rath, and Ghast had caused the mystic Jar, Bell, and Wheel used to imprison them to be left behind in the Souvenir Room of the original Secret Sanctuary when the Justice League moved to their satellite headquarters. Here, the artifacts were eventually discovered and used to free the demons from their crypts. The evil trio attacked the satellite during a meeting, and were repulsed, then battled the heroes a second time at Stonehenge. In this rematch, Zatanna's magic proved the key to their defeat by reactivating the imprisonment spell using the Jar, Bell, and Wheel.
- The majority of this story takes place in flashback from the perspective of an alternate future history at some point in the 21st century.
- This issue includes a flashback to the Justice League's first encounter with Felix Faust and the Demons Three from Justice League of America (Volume 1) #10-11.
- This issue also includes flashbacks to events that took place in Justice League of America (Volume 1) #147-148.
- Thomas Parker states that he is a descendant of one of the original Justice League members, but does not reveal which one.
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Links and References
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