"Ghost Sector, Part 3": When Cyborg and Starfire first stole Brainiac's Skull Ship, Kory told Victor that she would always protect him. Presently, in the Ghost Sector, Starfire is the threat as her powers spiral out of control, w
Appearing in "Ghost Sector, Part 3"
- Justice League Odyssey
- Rapture (First appearance as Rapture)
- Vulg (First appearance)
- Vulg's gang
- Brainiac (Mentioned only)
- Omega Titans (Mentioned only)
- Earth 0
- Ghost Sector
- Cocoon World
- Cyborg World
- Wreckage World
Synopsis for "Ghost Sector, Part 3"
When Cyborg and Starfire first stole Brainiac's Skull Ship, Kory told Victor that she would always protect him. Presently, in the Ghost Sector, Starfire is the threat as her powers spiral out of control, while Jessica Cruz's Green Lantern Ring warns them that the planet is undergoing metamorphosis. Under Cruz's shields, Azrael grabs the Multiversal Key from the Temple of Koriand'r and they race back to the inoperative Skull Ship.
Jessica's G.L. Ring temporarily equips the ship with thrusters and the quartet blasts off as a cocoon forms around the planet receding behind them. While Cyborg, Starfire and Azrael heed the voice and ponder the artifact, Jessica is more concerned with their immediate survival. They need Coluan tech to repair the ship.
On Cyborg World, a stealthy figure stalks and kills his prey, demanding to know the location of Azrael. His victim does not know, and Rapture tries to cut the truth from him.
On Wreckage World, Jessica sets down the still-inoperative Skull Ship and goes looking for Coluan parts with Azrael. They disguise themselves to blend in with the many cold and desperate refugees. Cyborg finds one of the refugees boarding the ship, and he turns out to be a healer and offers to remove the plague that Starfire is suffering from.
Outside, an alien being named Vulg offers to lead them to Coluan technology. He claims to have been sealed in a Coluan glass jar for quite some time, and does not know the Green Lantern Corps. Vulg leads Jessica and Azrael to a slave camp of Coluans who they have lured in with a false signal - the same signal that the Justice League Odyssey homed-in on.
Averse to any slavery, Jessica and Azrael attack the Coluan's jailers; quickly joined by Cyborg and a now-healthy Starfire. Victor blasts the jailers, who quickly cease battle and look in awe at their God — Cyborg is The Machine.
Hidden behind the hulking wreckage; Starfire's doctor is revealed as Darkseid, while their guide, Vulg, contacts Rapture and lets him know that the Old Gods are on Wreckage World.
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