"Our Product is Peace": On Cairn, hostilities escalate between the Cairnians and the Argites, recently integrated into the population after the destruction of their homeworld Arga-Prime. Vril Dox attempts to mediat
- Brilliant. Now if anyone has a responsible comment...
- -- Vril Dox
Appearing in "Our Product is Peace"
- Emerald Dragon
- Chief Horgath
- Sgt. Estorge (Single appearance)
- Officer Ran Basto (First appearance)
- Anor Verrik
- Tibor Verrik
Synopsis for "Our Product is Peace"
On Cairn, hostilities escalate between the Cairnians and the Argites, recently integrated into the population after the destruction of their homeworld Arga-Prime. Vril Dox attempts to mediate between the leaders of both groups of people, but is unable to prevent conflict. Later, as the Argites lead a march during a massive Cairnian holiday, L.E.G.I.O.N. officers receive orders to fire into the crowd, leading to a riot that quickly becomes a massacre.
Strata and Garv's relationship continues to suffer due to their differing loyalties to L.E.G.I.O.N. (after Garv left), and Strata's unwillingness to communicate. Strata's faith in L.E.G.I.O.N. is shaken when she sees the devastation in the streets caused by the riots.
Furiously trying to figure out who gave the order to murder innocent civilians, Vril Dox realizes that it was his own son, Lyrl. Lyrl taunts him, as despite Dox's insistence on integrity, his credibility will likely fall as his command was overridden by his own infant child.
In the middle of the Cairn streets, a Time Bubble appears, and Jo Nah steps out, requesting a local traffic cop to help him locate superior L.E.G.I.O.N. officer Phase.
- Emerald Dragon, more commonly known as Jo Nah or Ultra Boy, left the 31st Century in Legion of Super-Heroes (Volume 4) #59 to search for his wife Tinya Wazzo (believed lost in time due to the machinations of Glorith).
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