"Earth Came A-Walkin": On the site of an ancient chalk drawing in the English countryside, a Millennium Giant arises just in time to meet Clay Brody. He evacuates a nearby town and climbs aboard the giant's body to hitch a ride. [[Kenn Kawa (New E
Appearing in "Earth Came A-Walkin"
- Tim Blue Star
- Superman Blue and Red (Cover only)
- Egypt (Mentioned only)
- Mexico (Mentioned only)
- United Kingdom
- United States of America
Synopsis for "Earth Came A-Walkin"
On the site of an ancient chalk drawing in the English countryside, a Millennium Giant arises just in time to meet Clay Brody. He evacuates a nearby town and climbs aboard the giant's body to hitch a ride. Kenn is at a military installation and becomes convinced that the behemoth is related to local folklore. In the field, Brenda assess unusual energy that is convalescing and Marlon flies a jet dangerously close to get information on any weaknesses.
Kenn goes to the library and is briefly met by John Constantine who supports his theory of ley lines. The Challengers realize that the being is attracted to energy and they send Clay a Morse Code signal to get to safety before they electrocute the creature. The huge influx of power does not deter the Giant but it does convince him to move south, away from London and other population centers and into the English Channel. Clay displays that he has a small chunk of the being's body.
Back in the States, Marlon introduces the Challengers to a Hopi named Tim Blue Star who may have a clue of what's happening. He tells them that this is part of a cycle of purification and that they have no hope. Marlon decides that they must reach out to Superman.
- Superman navigation number 1998/15.2.
- Continued in Superman (Volume 2) #134.
- No trivia.
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Links and References
Aquaman (Volume 5) #43: 1998/15.1
Superman (Volume 2) #134: 1998/16