"Don't Believe It!": The Chase of the 853rd Century has a crisis of faith while on a mission, choosing to let a woman go free, who was technically a criminal, but didn't deserve to be punished in Chase's eyes. Chase is summoned before Skull, but instead of being punished for her betrayal, sh
- I was a Chase, once. There was a time when I was just like you. ... I began to ask "why?" I began to question everything about the job — because it meant so much to me. I had to believe in what we were doing again. And, in the end, the only way to understand was to have the Skull passed to me.
- — Skull
Synopsis for "Don't Believe It!"
The Chase of the 853rd Century has a crisis of faith while on a mission, choosing to let a woman go free, who was technically a criminal, but didn't deserve to be punished in Chase's eyes. Chase is summoned before Skull, but instead of being punished for her betrayal, she is promoted for questioning the job.
Appearing in "Don't Believe It!"
- Chase (Single appearance)
- Skull (Single appearance)
- Snare (Single appearance)
- Lead (Single appearance)
- Chito Delemar Lucius Dewayne
- Sandoval Lucas Castro Van Lyden (Dies)
- Aloette Dewayne
- Power Icons
- Chase created by D. Curtis Johnson & J.H. Williams III
- Final issue of the series.
- This issue is a DC One Million tie-in, and takes place in the 853rd century.
- This issue is reprinted in the DC One Million Omnibus.
- This is the only issue of the series that Cameron Chase does not make an appearance in.
Links and References
|DC One Million Crossover|
This comic issue is a part of the "DC One Million" event that crossed over into every DC Title in 1998. It involved present day interaction with versions of the characters seen in contemporary comic books with their counterparts in the 853rd Century.