"Another Country Heard From": Basically the continuing development of the supporting new heroes and new villains, as the Earth-hopping team of Donna Troy, Kyle Rayner, Jason Todd and "Bob" continue to explore the new Multiverse finding out who they really are and what it is that they want to
- What'd we ever do to you? You can't blame us for you haircut, can you?
Appearing in "Another Country Heard From"
- Harleen Quinzel
- Holly Robinson
- Jimmy Olsen
- Karate Kid
- Mary Marvel
- Pied Piper
- Challengers from Beyond
- Buddy Blank
- Newsboy Legion
- Double Down
- Eclipso (Jean Loring)
- Earth-8 (First appearance)
- New Earth
- Monarch's war machine
Synopsis for "Another Country Heard From"
Basically the continuing development of the supporting new heroes and new villains, as the Earth-hopping team of Donna Troy, Kyle Rayner, Jason Todd and "Bob" continue to explore the new Multiverse finding out who they really are and what it is that they want to do. Back on New Earth, Jimmy Olsen with the help of the New Newsboy Legion, finds out what it is that he can do, as Mary Marvel with the help of Eclipso finds out what it is that she can do.
Appearing in "The Origin of the Penguin"
- Mrs. Cobblepot (Single appearance)
- Penguin's trick umbrellas
Synopsis for "The Origin of the Penguin"
The Penguin was born Oswald Cobblepot and lived with his overprotective mother in a pet shop in Gotham City. Mrs. Cobblepot insisted that her son never leave the house without his umbrella, for fear that he might die of pneumonia as his father did. This, in combination with Cobblepot's plumpness and pointed nose earned him the cruel nickname - the Penguin. As an adult, Cobblepot became a powerful criminal mastermind, though now he alleges that he has gone legitimate, working exclusively out of the parlor of his Iceberg Lounge.
- This issue shipped on October 10th, 2007.
- Death of the Jokester.
- No trivia.
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