Appearing in "The Brotherhood is Dead"
- Auguste Toulon (Dies)
- The Captain (Flashback and main story)
- The Professor (Flashback and main story)
- Wild Huntsman (Flashback only)
- Fleur-de-Lis (Mentioned only)
- New Earth
- Earth-Eleven (Destroyed)
Synopsis for "The Brotherhood is Dead"
In an extended flashback, The Brain and Monsieur Mallah form the new Brotherhood of Evil with Warp and Phobia. They are manipulated into saving the inhabitants of an alternate Earth from destruction and assassinating a rogue French military officer by Doctor Mist of the Global Guardians.
- This issue is a flashback that takes place before the new Brotherhood's first published appearance in New Teen Titans #14. Although it was published after Crisis on Infinite Earths, it is set in the Pre-Crisis continuity, including a visit to an alternate Earth.
- Tin's home dimension is identified as Earth-Eleven in Absolute Crisis on Infinite Earths.
- Tin is based on the Belgian comic book character Tintin. The Captain is Captain Haddock, the Professor is Professor Calculus, Halfwolf is Snowy and Milos is Rastapopoulos.
- Auguste Toulon is named after writer Jean-Marc Lofficier's hometown of Toulon, France.
- The French superhero Fleur-de-Lis is mentioned offhand as an enemy of Warp in this issue. She made her first appearance a few months later in Blue Beetle (Volume 6) #19.
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