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""A Personal Best At Giant Robot Smashing"": From Castle Branek, Morgaine le Fey has set unspecified plans into motion involving Los Angeles and the young woman she saw in her vision. Enigma, who'd had his plans aga
- Remarkable. Reality warped around them, and not only did they meet it with equanimity they each neutralized it handily.
- -- Morgaine le Fey on the "Trinity" handling themselves.
Appearing in "A Personal Best At Giant Robot Smashing"
Synopsis for "A Personal Best At Giant Robot Smashing"
From Castle Branek, Morgaine le Fey has set unspecified plans into motion involving Los Angeles and the young woman she saw in her vision. Enigma, who'd had his plans against Wonder Woman, Superman, and Batman designed before coming to meet le Fey, has put likewise put those into motion.
In Metropolis, Superman scrambles to save citizens from a solar system which has suddenly appeared above the city and who's planets are growing in size and destroying buildings. Before the gravity from it's sun can begin to have a devastating effect, he flies into it--noticing it's not charging him as a sun from this universe should--and moves it into space, pulling the planets with it.
Wonder Woman, meanwhile, finds herself tangling with three giant robots in Washington D.C.. She takes out the first one easily, taking just eight seconds. Superman flies in to give her a hand fresh from throwing the planets into space, but she backs him off and destroys the two remaining with one move. He questions why it matters who took them out, and she explains to him that Amazons are in constant competition with themselves and since no innocents were in danger, she indulged herself.
At the same time, Batman--moments ago in his Batplane--finds himself atop a building in a strange version of Gotham City. As local authority close in on him he notes that it all feels "insubstantial", as if "a single word" could destroy it. Looking up, he says "no", and with the sound of "shattering crystal" in his ears he finds himself in the real Gotham and lets Alfred Pennyworth know he's on his way to the Batcave.
Having watched all of this, le Fey and Enigma are impressed by the way the Trinity were able to deal with and handle reality warping around them, though le Fey is less impressed by Batman than the other two. They argue over just how impressive Batman really is, with le Fey relenting that if he's to be important, she won't argue with that.
Over the communicator, Wonder Woman and Superman fill Batman in on the robots--which have vanished--and the pocket solar system. Wonder Woman mentions their dreams, saying she felt the voice from them, and as Batman invites them to the Batcave to go over things in more depth they receive a "Justice League alert" reporting JLA member John Stewart. The visual transmitted is of a large purple creature--with a smaller yellow one at it's side--that appears to have smashed through one of Stewart's energy constructs.
Appearing in "It's Gonna Throw the Car"
- Police Officers
- Unnamed superior
- Multiple others (unnamed)
- National Guard jets
Synopsis for "It's Gonna Throw the Car"
On his way back from Plouto, Green Lantern John Stewart notices what appears to be an escape pod crashing to Earth. He has his ring chart it's trajectory, which puts it in Western Massachusetts, and follows it down.
The local police where the pod landed have set up barricades, hoping to buy time until the National Guard arrive. One of the officers, Greggson, is the first to notice that an invisible being has made it's way near their car, becoming visible as a large purple creature with red hair--with a smaller, yellow one on his shoulder.
When the purple creature, Konvikt, lifts a police car Officer Greggson becomes fearful and fires his weapon at it. The bullets bounce off of it but Konvikt becomes enraged and first throws the car, then attacks the officers. His passengers attempts to talk him down, but--apparently telepathically--Konvikt refuses to relent because of honor and a woman on his home planet broke his heart.
John Stewart arrives before Konvikt can kill Officer Greggson and constructs a restraining device around him with his ring. The ring also scans him and reports back that the aliens are not in it's primary database and the smaller alien, Graak, becomes fearful when he realizes they are in the presence of a Green Lantern. Konvikt destroys the construct around him and he and Stewart begin a brawl. Stewart captures the alien in another handcuffing device, but his eyes suddenly change, he begins speaking in binary, and his arms sprouts guns, which fire beams at Konvikt.
Konvikt recovers quickly and punches the confused Lantern, hitting him through an energy shield, and knocking him unconscious. Graak suddenly gains confidence, Konvikt having beating a Green Lantern and the local authority being no challenge, and eggs him on to destroy everything. On the ground, an unconscious Green Lantern's ring sends a Justice League alert reporting his position and status.
- John Stewart and Konvikt smash through a branch of BNC Bank.
- The title line is spoken by Superman in the first story and Officer Greggson in the second.
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