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"The Dominator War": The Legion of Super-Heroes and the Wanderers are resting on a moon or planet in proximity to Dominion. They discuss their advantages and disadvantages as Dream Boy intervenes with the revelation that Cosmic Boy had Brainiac 5 build a bom


Quote1 ...And he will never be forgotten. We have always said that the Legion isn't a team. It's a movement. In any system, on any world in known space, anyone who is willing to fight for change is welcome to call himself a legionnaire. At last count, we numbered over a quarter of a million. And Mon-El was still the bravest of us all. Quote2
-- Cosmic Boy



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Synopsis for "The Dominator War"

The Legion of Super-Heroes and the Wanderers are resting on a moon or planet in proximity to Dominion. They discuss their advantages and disadvantages as Dream Boy intervenes with the revelation that Cosmic Boy had Brainiac 5 build a bomb to blow up Dominion.

Brainiac 5 explains that he can't build a delivery system due to limited time and resources, and that it must be handcarried to Dominion's core, and that the carrier will most likely not survive. They discuss who will make the bomb run, and Supergirl (as she is invulnerable) and Mekt Ranzz are willing to do it, but are dismissed by Cosmic Boy, who makes Mon-El make the bomb run, since he would most likely not survive anyway due to lead poisoning. Mon-El agrees, and asks them to not judge Cosmic Boy for this.

After Mon-El's funeral, an election for the new leader of the Legion is held, and it is revealed to a few that the bomb in actuality was an incredibly powerful Phantom Zone projector, and that Mon-El is in safety until Brainiac 5 can create a permanent cure.

While the election proceeds, Cosmic Boy is invited to join the Knights Tempus, galactic defenders of the 41st century, and he accepts.



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