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"Millennium Then": Cave Carson tells Resurrection Man how he and the Forgotten Heroes lost the crystal, part of a primordial meteor, responsible for creating Mitch and Vandal Savage to Savage.


Quote1 I've been coasting on adrenaline since you rescued me from DeWitt. It's only just sinking in how crazy all of this is. Quote2
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Synopsis for "Millennium Then"

Cave Carson tells Resurrection Man how he and the Forgotten Heroes lost the crystal, part of a primordial meteor, responsible for creating Mitch and Vandal Savage to Savage.

The Forgotten Heroes flee an attack by Savage's Firewalkers. After leaving, they blow up their headquarters. They fly to Southern Antarctica where Savage has made his headquarters.



Notes

  • This book was first published on April 21, 1999.
  • Rip Hunter is depicted as a Forgotten Heroes member, when in his first Post-Crisis appearances he never was.[1]

Trivia

  • Notably Mister Poseidon doesn't appear. He was a member of Forgotten Villains and used one of his rings to make Ultivac his slave robot; in this issue, Ultivac is controlled by Atom Master instead.



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