"Crisis in Blue Valley": The potent Nebula Man returns to life after 50 years by slowly use the corpse of Wing to gather energy. He flies to Blue Valley tracing energies from the Nebula Rod, which was in possession of Pat Dugan, and destroy it. He then starts to take cosmic energy weapons, and h
Appearing in "Crisis in Blue Valley"
- Josh Hamman
- Justin the Janitor (Flashback and main story)
- Mary Kramer
- Mike Dugan
- Robert Crane (Flashback and main story)
- Ted Knight
- Nebula Man
- Principal Sherman
- All-Star Squadron (Flashback only)
- Animal Man
- Chuck Grayson (Flashback only)
- Marvel Family
- Metal Men
- Young Justice
- Cosmic Converter Belt
- Cosmic Staff
- Green Lantern Ring
- Kinetic Hammer
- Nebula Rod
- Steel's Armor
- S.T.R.I.P.E. Armor
Synopsis for "Crisis in Blue Valley"
The potent Nebula Man returns to life after 50 years by slowly use the corpse of Wing to gather energy. He flies to Blue Valley tracing energies from the Nebula Rod, which was in possession of Pat Dugan, and destroy it. He then starts to take cosmic energy weapons, and his first target is Courtney's Cosmic Converter.
- Reprinted in JSA Presents: Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. (Volume One)
- Robert Crane's brain is inside Chuck Grayson's body. Robbie is shown having an indistinguishable form from an ordinary dog, but the dialogues between Pat and Robert Crane suggest that it is still a robot.
- The events of Metal Men (Volume 2) were declared a psychotic break in Will Magnus' head according to 52 (Volume 1). The standard origin and nature of the Metal Men is still intact on New Earth and Magnus was never Veridium.
- Nebula Man is easily destroyed by Courtney, which is a disdain with other appearances of the character.
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