"Captives of the Boom-Boom Boomerang": Colonel Computron traps the Flash and Captain Boomerang on a high-tech boomerang that takes them both into the past.
Appearing in "Captives of the Boom-Boom Boomerang"
Synopsis for "Captives of the Boom-Boom Boomerang"
Colonel Computron traps the Flash and Captain Boomerang on a high-tech boomerang that takes them both into the past.
Appearing in "Rogue Gods"
- Inza Nelson
- Vern Copeland
- Ynar (Flashback only)
Synopsis for "Rogue Gods"
Doctor Fate finds himself still trapped in the "nihil-verse"; a place where nothing and everything co-exist while also cease to exist. He was sent there by a mysterious aggressor while he was investigating a strange source of power. Using his powers, Fate casts a spell that brings him to a corporeal plane of the strange dimension, but he finds that this is no relief, as now he has to fight the powerful Lord of Chaos known as Vandaemeon.
In the meantime, Inza Nelson is having dinner with Vern Copeland, the director of the Boston Museum, who is interested in Inza, both academically and on a personal level. However, Inza notices Copeland's intentions and mantains the conversations strictly on the professional area.
Fate is unable to fight Vandaemeon as the deity is just as powerful, or even more than himself. Drawing mystical energies from the Lords of Order, Fate manages to incapacitate Vandaemeon for a short moment, although he actually believes that he has defeated the demon. Using his remaining energy, Fate creates a connection to the Tower of Fate in order to return home, but he is shocked to learn that Inza is not inside. Fate comes to the right conclusion that Inza might start "losing her head" as a result of leaving the Tower, which prevented her aging process and kept her sanity intact.
True to his deductions, Inza has gone with Vern Copeland to the Museum in order to arrange their speeches, but as the desperate man tries to make a move on her, Inza falls victim to desire and they embrace in a passionate kiss. Unfortunately for Fate, this is not the worst development, because during his pause, Vandaemeon has recovered and is ready to continue fighting as if nothing has happened.
- This book was first published on March 23, 1982.
- The Flash appeared last in The Flash #310. He appears next in The Flash #312.
- Captain Boomerang appeared last in The Flash #310. He appears next in The Flash #325.
- "Rogue Gods" is reprinted in Immortal Doctor Fate #3.
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- Book of Fate (Volume 1)
- Countdown to Mystery (Volume 1)
- Doctor Fate (Volume 1)
- Doctor Fate (Volume 2)
- Doctor Fate (Volume 3)
- Doctor Fate (Volume 4)
- Fate (Volume 1)
- The Flash (Volume 1): The Flash #306- #313
- Helmet of Fate (Volume 1)
- Immortal Doctor Fate (Volume 1)
- JSA (Volume 1)
- More Fun Comics (Volume 1)
Links and References
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