"Wonder Woman: "Come Back to Me, Part Five: Reality Bites"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.
Appearing in Wonder Woman: "Come Back to Me, Part Five: Reality Bites"
- Nate (Dies)
- Steve Trevor (Mentioned only)
Synopsis for Wonder Woman: "Come Back to Me, Part Five: Reality Bites"
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Appearing in Justice League: "The Villain's Journey: Prologue"
- Justice League International (Mentioned only)
- Silas Stone (Mentioned only)
- Spore's ex-wife (Unnamed)
Synopsis for Justice League: "The Villain's Journey: Prologue"
This story is reprinted from Justice League (Volume 2) #7.
In Baltimore, Maryland, a multitude of horrible purple monsters attack the crowd screaming "Go away!". Colonel Steve Trevor and his soldiers attempt to stop the flux of creatures by shooting them. Suddenly, the Justice League emerge from a Boom Tube to calm down the people. The Justice League kill most of the monsters and then discuss about their main target. His name is Samuel Street and he was infected by the "Spore" virus while delivering it to the A.R.G.U.S.. An unknown intruder attacked the professor when he had entered the Black Room to steal the Orb of Ra. The result is the professor became infected with the spore virus. After a short discussion, the group finds the house where Spore is hidden with is ex-wife he doesn't want to leave. As a team, they defeat the monster with no problems.
An hour later, colonel Steve Trevor holds a conference about what had happened. The journalists show their enthusiasm for the Justice League asking why superheroes don't take control of all the institutions. Trevor gets angry as he feels useless, getting to assault a very insisting one. After this, he's obliged to take part in the Congress reunion. The Congress want to know more about the team, but he doesn't reveal anything stating that they have no more secrets than the Congress, so it's good for them not to reveal anything.
Later, Trevor does a video-call with the Justice League as he wants to speak to his beloved Wonder Woman. The other members of the team keep on interrupt them complaining about their problems. Trevor, upset, closes the call. Etta asks why he didn't tell her that he loved her, to which he responds that in a way he already did.
Somewhere else David Graves writes that he was wrong about superheroes, they must die and the key to kill them is Steve Trevor himself.
Appearing in The Flash: "Into the Light"
- Lisa Snart
- Director Singh
- Floyd Gomez (First appearance; unnamed)
- Marissa Rennie (First appearance; unnamed)
- Albert Lim (First appearance; unnamed)
- Forrest (Mentioned only)
Synopsis for The Flash: "Into the Light"
This story is reprinted from The Flash (Volume 4) #7.
Flash has just nine seconds to save his girlfriend Patty Spivot from being crushed to death against the ice as half of a ferry she was on topples from its balancing act atop a tower of ice created by Captain Cold. With his speed monitor's output climbing closer to 100% critical mass, Barry opts to save Patty's life despite the very real danger that his speed will create a dangerous wormhole. All the while, Patty worries about what has happened to Barry, unaware of his dual identity as the Flash.
As expected, Flash's speed creates a wormhole that comes down over the other half of the ferry, and sucks everyone on board into it - including reporter and friend Iris West. Flash is just seconds away from saving Iris,but she disappears before his eyes.
Meanwhile, Captain Cold has had trouble controlling his new ice powers while wet, and has managed to encase himself in ice by accident. Flash pulls him out, and angrily begins punching the hard ice shell around Captain Cold, demanding to know why he did all this. Snart responds that he did all this to get vengeance for what the Flash did to his sister, Lisa Snart. Lisa has brain cancer, and the EMP blast that Flash caused has prevented the hospital from giving her the required treatment to save her life. Flash responds that he is working on a solution for all of the people affected by the blackout, and that if Leonard goes peacefully, he will do all in his power to save Lisa.
Later, Flash returns to Dr. Darwin Elias' lab to use his massive treadmill. The treadmill will absorb the residual excess Speed Force energy and store it in batteries that can help run the city's services until things are returned to normal. Flash asks that Elias be sure to send a battery to the hospital where Lisa Snart is awaiting treatment before stepping onto the treadmill.
Though Elias warns Flash to stop running once the battery stores are full, Barry believes that there is only one way to save Iris and the others sucked into the wormhole: to create another and enter it himself. To Elias' horror, Flash does exactly that.
Meanwhile, in Africa, a city of intelligent, civilized Gorillas watch as their shamans predict the second coming that will be their destiny. Aside, the Gorilla general warns the king that belief in destiny shackles them. Another adviser agrees, claiming that the Gorillas were meant to conquer the world.
Back in Central City, Leonard Snart is taken in restraints to his sister's side at the hospital, after the battery Flash provided was used to power the laser Snart stole in order to speed up the life-saving procedure. Lisa comes to, but on seeing her brother, she becomes angry, blaming him for what happened to her and wanting to die.
Elsewhere, Patty Spivot stops by David Singh's apartment to talk. She believes that all of the problems in the city are the fault of the Flash. In addition, she believes that through the Flash's failures, her boyfriend Barry was sucked into the wormhole along with Iris. She wishes that someone would hold Flash accountable, and begs David to use his connections to do something. David warns that it wouldn't bring Barry back, and Patty breaks down, realizing that she didn't get a chance to tell Barry that she loves him.
Meanwhile, Flash traverses the Speed Force, unsure of what he's seeing. He wonders if he's died. He is surprised by a hand gripping his shoulder, and a voice warning that if he doesn't help this stranger escape the Speed Force, he will die.
Appearing in Aquaman: "The Others"
- The Others (First appearance) (In a photograph only)
- Stephen Shin
- David Graves (As the author of Atlantis)
- Relics of Atlantis
- Trident of Neptune
Synopsis for Aquaman: "The Others"
This story is reprinted from Aquaman (Volume 7) #7.
In the jungles of Brazil, Kahina the Seer is chased by Black Manta. She and Black Manta fight, but Manta defeats her and takes her hood off and the same time he takes his helmet off, so that they can see each other face-to-face. Saying that he knows she is looking for the "savage girl", Black Manta tells Kahina he will kill her husband and children. As he fatally stabs her, Kahina speaks the name "Arthur", and Black Manta replies that Arthur cannot help her and he will lose everything, just like he lost everything. Black Manta grabs a strange artifact Kahina had kept and leaves her Kahina to die, and she has a final vision of Black Manta killing Aquaman with his own trident.
Meanwhile, Aquaman and Mera help some ships to reach the coast after a storm hits. After finishing their job, Aquaman and Mera go to Stephen Shin's house, intending to ask him about the Altantean relic they found on the trench. Mera expresses doubt that Shin will tell them what they need to know, but Aquaman replies that Atlantis is the only thing Shin is honest about.
Entering Shin's house, Aquaman and Mera show him the relic and ask him if he can discover who was the one who sank Atlantis. Shin says that it is possible someone was responsible, as Atlantis was the most powerful civilization in the world, and it had enemies everywhere. When Shin asks about the Trench's creatures, Aquaman replies that he caused a volcanic explosion that trapped the creatures inside the Trench, effectively killing them. Replying that perhaps the creatures survived, Shin says that it is possible the creatures are connected to Atlantis more than they think. He then activates the relic and replays the message inside.
Then, a mysterious woman, Ya'Wara, and her panther break into Shin's house and try to kill him, but Mera tries to stop them. Before Mera and Ya'Wara can attack each other, Aquaman stops them. Ya'Wara is surprised that Aquaman is showing mercy to the surface-dwellers, let alone Shin. She then tells Aquaman that Black Manta killed Kahina and took the golden seal she had. She also belives that Shin told Black Manta about Kahina and the seal. Mera asks Aquaman what's going on and who is Ya'Wara.
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