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Magog (DC)(Earth-22 - Kingdom Come)
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Bio:
Magog, "The New Man of Tomorrow," is a hero with a rising career in the last days of Superman's declining popularity. His true origins are never revealed in the story. His most controversial act at the time was killing the Joker, who was already in custody. Further compounding the situation, the Joker's final rampage had resulted in the death of Lois Lane and others close to Superman. Magog avenges the Man of Steel's friends but in a way that goes completely against the elder hero's beliefs. He then surrenders to Superman and the authorities. When put on trial for murder, Magog is acquitted.

Magog begins operating with a team of heroes known as the Justice Battalion. He and Alloy were the only survivors of the explosion of Captain Atom.

Notes:
Magog was created by Waid and Ross as a condemnation of modern, edgy, Liefeldesque "anti-heroes" such as Cable.

Prior to Infinite Crisis, the Kingdom Come world was unofficially referred to as "Earth-96". It has now, however, been given an official name of Earth-22.

First Appearance: Kingdom Come (1996) #1

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Issue Appearances:
Justice League: Generation Lost (2010)
Justice Society of America (2007)
Kingdom Come (1996)
The Kingdom (1999)

Group Affiliation(s):
Justice Battalion (DC)(Earth-22 - Kingdom Come)

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