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"The Advent of Tomorrow": Madame Xanadu has been teaching her apprentice Charlotte “Carly” Blackwood for three months now. Through intensive meditative training, she can once again eat without “seeing” things. Madame Xanadu then st


Quote1 Within the symbols of the Tarot, I endeavored to express the sum and breadth of intelligent life, from cradle to grave and even… beyond! Quote2
-- Madame Xanadu



Appearing in "The Advent of Tomorrow"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:


Other Characters:

Locations:

  • "Angel of the Waters" Bethesda Water Fountain

Items:

  • Tarot Deck
  • Rune Stones
  • Crystal Ball

Vehicles:




Synopsis for "The Advent of Tomorrow"

Madame Xanadu has been teaching her apprentice Charlotte “Carly” Blackwood for three months now. Through intensive meditative training, she can once again eat without “seeing” things. Madame Xanadu then starts teaching her about looking into the future. A bit later, Madame X goes to visit Betty Reynolds. It’s been 10 years since their last meeting. Betty is now divorced and works as a cleaning lady in a church. She is angry at Madame X, and blames her for her misfortunes. Carly Blackwood had looked into the future, and saw things looking up for Betty. Madame X tells Betty to trust the bearded man that she will soon meet, but Betty does not want to hear it. Back at the shop, the Phantom Stranger drops in for a visit. They speak about the coming age, “The Age of Heroes”, and the rise of the heroes that will become the Justice League. Madame Xanadu commits to always being available to them in an advisory role, and she hopes to never see the Starnger again.



Notes

  • This book was first published on November 24, 2010.
  • This story takes place in 1967.

Trivia

  • A note appears on the textless version of the cover indicating that the art is an homage to that of Alphonse Mucha, but it is removed in the final cover.



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