"The Others Among Us (Part VII of VIII)": The Martian Manhunter begins fighting Dal'en who revealed himself to be a brainwashed White Martian. Their fight carries out onto a nearby Pennsylvania highway. J'onn uses his Mar
- Batman was right. I was blinded by my desire for the others to truly be members of my race.
Synopsis for "The Others Among Us (Part VII of VIII)"
The Martian Manhunter begins fighting Dal'en who revealed himself to be a brainwashed White Martian. Their fight carries out onto a nearby Pennsylvania highway. J'onn uses his Martian Vision to detonate the gas tank on an overturned vehicle, stunning Dal'en. He then uses his telepathy to force the alien into a full mental shutdown.
At Spectrum Tech, Till'all begins to revert into his true White Martian form as well. Sara tries to calm him down, but Till'all doesn't understand what is happening. He flies out of the laboratory window.
J'onn returns to their safe house in Middleton Estates and finds that Telok'telar has likewise reverted into his natural state. J'onn wastes no time with him and telepathically shuts his brain down just like he did to Dal'en.
Mica'kel emerges in White Martian form and attacks J'onn, blaming him for their current state. The two battle each other across the skies of Pennsylvania and land inside a coal mine. Their fight ignites a build-up of methane gas and an explosion tears through the mine, killing Mica'kel.
J'onn flies back to Spectrum Tech and finds Sara Moore bloodied on the floor. She tells him about Till'all. As the two talk about the current crisis, J'onn reflects back to the orchestrator of this scheme – Keane. He theorizes that Keane may in fact be a Martian.
J'onn flies to Keane's mansion and attacks him. Using Martian Vision, he destroys the home and drags Keane out. Upon observing him at close range, he realizes that Keane is in fact human, and not a Martian as J'onn had suspected.
Appearing in "The Others Among Us (Part VII of VIII)"
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