"Ghost Sector, Part 4": On a frozen Wreckage World, a single cry rises in unison from the refugee: "All Hail the Machine!" as they recognize their Old God, Cyborg. Victor is reticent to accept any kind of worship, but gives in to play the part. The [[Justice League


Quote1.png You keep bragging about how high-tech your armor is, Azrael. Well I'm the highest tech in the Multiverse! Quote2.png
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Justice League Odyssey #4 is an issue of the series Justice League Odyssey (Volume 1) with a cover date of March, 2019. It was published on January 2, 2019.

Appearing in "Ghost Sector, Part 4"

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  • Wreckage World Refugees
  • Machine World Denizens
    • The Programmer

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Synopsis for "Ghost Sector, Part 4"

On a frozen Wreckage World, a single cry rises in unison from the refugee: "All Hail the Machine!" as they recognize their Old God, Cyborg. Victor is reticent to accept any kind of worship, but gives in to play the part. The Justice League Odyssey needs to be accepted in order to help the freezing aliens, and their devotion to Cyborg will help them get parts for Brainiac's Skull Ship, and more importantly - lead them to the Machine World.

Taking as many refugees as fit in their ship, they arrive at the Machine World where there is a Cyborg colossus astride the city. All are welcomed by the head priest of the machine called The Programmer, who will decide on Cyborg's "Godhood". Above, a silent Rapture watches as the Justice League is blasted unconscious in preparation for testing.

Elsewhere in the Ghost Sector, Darkseid walks among the ruins of Tamaran; free of its long incarceration on Colu. He finds Blackfire and mocks her as Queen of the rubble. She is dismayed that her sister Koriand'r is worshipped elsewhere in the Sector. Darkseid points out that the situation is also an opportunity, and that there are secrets on Tamaran, which is why the Coluans stole the planet.

Back on the Machine World, Cyborg is forced to battle Azrael. They begin with a few friendly volleys but it quickly escalates and Victor blasts Azrael down. He has passed the test for Godhood, and the crowd chant his name. Cyborg smiles and begins to accept his godhood and uses the opportunity to gather intelligence on the planet. His priest, The Programmer, show him to their huge Mother Box under construction, and explain how they are showing their devotion to Cyborg by becoming one themselves.

Broken Azrael is thrown to the prison floor with Jessica Cruz and Starfire. Reunited, they break free, to be confronted by Rapture who professes his devotion to Azrael — his god.



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