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52 (2006) #4

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2013-03-28 15:06:53 erikdj79 Added Creator Dan DiDio
2013-02-13 04:58:15 swamptours Removed Creator Stephen Wacker
2013-02-13 04:58:15 swamptours Removed Creator Harvey Richards
2013-02-13 04:58:15 swamptours Removed Creator Jann Jones
2011-10-13 22:00:02 mikebo Pagecount 24 32
2011-10-13 22:00:02 mikebo Synopsis While Montoya continues her one-woman stakeout on 520 Kane St, Halo and a group of scientists are at work just outside Earth’s atmosphere in outer space searching for the heroes that journeyed into space to battle the Crisis and didn’t return. Despite the government telling them to come home and stop searching, some of them refused to abandon them. Luckily, they didn’t have to, for just as the order to return to Earth came in, Halo detected a Zeta Beam attempting to enter into Earth-Space. On Earth, Fire tries to get Booster to join her and the Martian Manhunter’s rescue team, but Booster says his schedule is packed. Skeets then informs her of the specifics of that schedule, including a meeting with the Big Belly Burger Corporation for a sponsorship. This doesn’t make Fire pleased and she calls Booster on it, saying she thought he had changed. Booster then went off, saying how he did his part, jumping to the future and back to save the world. “I helped save a future that spit in my face! So now, you know what?! It IS about ME!” Fire then storms out of his apartment, leaving a blazing hole in Booster’s door. Montoya was paid for three weeks. Two weeks and three days later and nothing had happened. She was about to light another cigarette when she the Question asks how many packs she smokes from the previously empty backseat, giving Montoya a much-needed jolt. The Question tries telling her the dangers of smoking, such as the fact that “there’s cyanide gas in cigarette smoke. That’s the same stuff they use in gas chambers.” Montoya proceeds to blow smoke in his non-face. He leaves telling her to keep up the good work and they’ll talk later. While other scientists are working on ways to free the surviving space heroes from their Zeta-Beam prison, a ill and hallucinating Steel works on building a new set of armor. He begins questioning why he even put on the armor in the first place. As he realizes he’s been talking to himself, he finally notices how weak he is and sees his hand turn from brown flesh into silver metal. John Henry Irons screams in agony as a wave of destruction erupts through his lab. Ralph Dibny meets with the Cult of Kryptonian Worship expecting answers. They apparently formed to prepare the world for the rebirth of Superboy based on Kryptonian beliefs and dogma. Wonder Girl had been immersed in the sacred waters and she claimed to have visions of the person she loved. As Ralph was being immersed himself, Devem, the leader of the cult, said that he would need something of great significant importance to Ralph. Ralph, having lost the only thing that mattered to him, his wife, said he had nothing left. They dunked him under the water and held him there. His breath gave out and as the world began fading to black the hands released and he rose, gasping for breath. Looking around for answers, all the participants had vanished, taking with them his wedding ring. Two weeks and 5 days into her stakeout, Montoya finally caught a break. Seeing a hulking figure going into the warehouse, she jumps from her car and rushes in to find . . . nothing. Following the path, she is joined by the Question, appearing as always out of nowhere. They reach a dead end, with no sign of the figure. Montoya tries the lights and the floor opens up underneath them. Montoya looks up and sees that this isn’t a normal perp. The thing stands at least 7 feet tall and is monstrous in more than size; it doesn’t eve resemble human. Green skin that she can tell is rough, knobs protruding from its skull where eyes would normally be and a sharp beak protruding from its jaw, it screamed as it threw a large crate at the duo, just missing them. Montoya shoots four shots directly into it and it shows no sign of slowing down. It grabs ahold of her arm and snaps the bone before hroing her across the room. The Question tries to subdue it through martial arts, but it manages to get a gigantic claw around his throat and is preparing to squeeze when a massive bolt of energy fries the things face. Montoya had found the cargo of the shattered crates to be incredibly high-tech weaponry, and proceeded to use it. With help from the residents of the planet Rann, Halo believes that she could force the Zeta-Beam to land in Western Australia, hopefully freeing the men and women trapped inside. The Australian desert is suddenly subjected to a loud burst of light and the heroes are free, but not safe. Hawgirl towers over them all, standing an estimated 15 feet high, Alan Scott stands fatigued with blood flowing from an empty eye socket, Mal Duncan, the Teen Titan known as Herald was fighting to stay alive with multiple chunks of metal seemingly fused to his body while his wife, Bumblebee, was reduced to the size of an insect lying next to him. Finally, a pair of being were melded together, one glowing hot, the other a cold silver, neither looking conscious, but both in obvious agony.
2010-02-22 00:45:25 swamptours Removed Creator Mark Waid
2010-02-22 00:45:25 swamptours Removed Creator Greg Rucka
2010-02-22 00:45:25 swamptours Removed Creator Grant Morrison
2010-02-22 00:45:25 swamptours Removed Creator Geoff Johns
2010-02-22 00:45:25 swamptours Removed Creator Joe Bennett - 'Benedito Jose Nascimento'
2010-02-22 00:45:25 swamptours Removed Creator Jack Jadson
2010-02-22 00:45:25 swamptours Removed Creator Alex Sinclair - 'Sinc'
2010-02-22 00:45:25 swamptours Removed Creator Rob Leigh
2009-01-18 14:11:17 pbaskew Name Dances with Monsters Dances With Monsters
2007-06-07 12:52:41 coppelius Added Story Arc 52
2007-03-30 12:57:40 know_access Pagecount 24
2007-03-30 12:57:40 know_access Synopsis While Montoya continues her one-woman stakeout on 520 Kane St, Halo and a group of scientists are at work just outside Earth’s atmosphere in outer space searching for the heroes that journeyed into space to battle the Crisis and didn’t return. Despite the government telling them to come home and stop searching, some of them refused to abandon them. Luckily, they didn’t have to, for just as the order to return to Earth came in, Halo detected a Zeta Beam attempting to enter into Earth-Space. On Earth, Fire tries to get Booster to join her and the Martian Manhunter’s rescue team, but Booster says his schedule is packed. Skeets then informs her of the specifics of that schedule, including a meeting with the Big Belly Burger Corporation for a sponsorship. This doesn’t make Fire pleased and she calls Booster on it, saying she thought he had changed. Booster then went off, saying how he did his part, jumping to the future and back to save the world. “I helped save a future that spit in my face! So now, you know what?! It IS about ME!” Fire then storms out of his apartment, leaving a blazing hole in Booster’s door. Montoya was paid for three weeks. Two weeks and three days later and nothing had happened. She was about to light another cigarette when she the Question asks how many packs she smokes from the previously empty backseat, giving Montoya a much-needed jolt. The Question tries telling her the dangers of smoking, such as the fact that “there’s cyanide gas in cigarette smoke. That’s the same stuff they use in gas chambers.” Montoya proceeds to blow smoke in his non-face. He leaves telling her to keep up the good work and they’ll talk later. While other scientists are working on ways to free the surviving space heroes from their Zeta-Beam prison, a ill and hallucinating Steel works on building a new set of armor. He begins questioning why he even put on the armor in the first place. As he realizes he’s been talking to himself, he finally notices how weak he is and sees his hand turn from brown flesh into silver metal. John Henry Irons screams in agony as a wave of destruction erupts through his lab. Ralph Dibny meets with the Cult of Kryptonian Worship expecting answers. They apparently formed to prepare the world for the rebirth of Superboy based on Kryptonian beliefs and dogma. Wonder Girl had been immersed in the sacred waters and she claimed to have visions of the person she loved. As Ralph was being immersed himself, Devem, the leader of the cult, said that he would need something of great significant importance to Ralph. Ralph, having lost the only thing that mattered to him, his wife, said he had nothing left. They dunked him under the water and held him there. His breath gave out and as the world began fading to black the hands released and he rose, gasping for breath. Looking around for answers, all the participants had vanished, taking with them his wedding ring. Two weeks and 5 days into her stakeout, Montoya finally caught a break. Seeing a hulking figure going into the warehouse, she jumps from her car and rushes in to find . . . nothing. Following the path, she is joined by the Question, appearing as always out of nowhere. They reach a dead end, with no sign of the figure. Montoya tries the lights and the floor opens up underneath them. Montoya looks up and sees that this isn’t a normal perp. The thing stands at least 7 feet tall and is monstrous in more than size; it doesn’t eve resemble human. Green skin that she can tell is rough, knobs protruding from its skull where eyes would normally be and a sharp beak protruding from its jaw, it screamed as it threw a large crate at the duo, just missing them. Montoya shoots four shots directly into it and it shows no sign of slowing down. It grabs ahold of her arm and snaps the bone before hroing her across the room. The Question tries to subdue it through martial arts, but it manages to get a gigantic claw around his throat and is preparing to squeeze when a massive bolt of energy fries the things face. Montoya had found the cargo of the shattered crates to be incredibly high-tech weaponry, and proceeded to use it. With help from the residents of the planet Rann, Halo believes that she could force the Zeta-Beam to land in Western Australia, hopefully freeing the men and women trapped inside. The Australian desert is suddenly subjected to a loud burst of light and the heroes are free, but not safe. Hawgirl towers over them all, standing an estimated 15 feet high, Alan Scott stands fatigued with blood flowing from an empty eye socket, Mal Duncan, the Teen Titan known as Herald was fighting to stay alive with multiple chunks of metal seemingly fused to his body while his wife, Bumblebee, was reduced to the size of an insect lying next to him. Finally, a pair of being were melded together, one glowing hot, the other a cold silver, neither looking conscious, but both in obvious agony.
2007-03-30 06:59:01 know_access Added Creator Joe Bennett - 'Benedito Jose Nascimento'
2007-03-30 06:59:01 know_access Added Creator Jack Jadson
2007-03-30 06:59:01 know_access Added Creator Alex Sinclair - 'Sinc'
2007-03-30 06:59:01 know_access Added Creator Rob Leigh
2007-03-30 06:59:01 know_access Added Creator Jann Jones
2007-03-30 06:59:01 know_access Added Creator Harvey Richards
2007-03-30 06:59:01 know_access Added Creator Stephen Wacker
2007-03-29 19:45:40 know_access Added Creator Geoff Johns
2007-03-29 19:45:40 know_access Added Creator Grant Morrison
2007-03-29 19:45:40 know_access Added Creator Greg Rucka
2007-03-29 19:45:40 know_access Added Creator Mark Waid
2007-03-29 19:45:40 know_access Tagline Montoya vs. A Monster . . . Who survived the Rann-Thanagar War? . . . Cult of Connor: Way of LIfe or Way of Death?
2006-06-10 20:24:41 SargeDargon Added Cover Added cover (thumbnail)
2006-06-10 20:24:41 SargeDargon Added Cover Added cover (large)
2006-06-03 00:30:56 flatmatt Removed Creator Geoff Johns
2006-06-03 00:30:56 flatmatt Removed Creator Grant Morrison
2006-06-03 00:30:56 flatmatt Removed Creator Greg Rucka
2006-06-03 00:30:56 flatmatt Removed Creator Mark Waid
2006-06-03 00:30:56 flatmatt Removed Creator Joe Bennett - 'Benedito Jose Nascimento'
2006-06-03 00:30:56 flatmatt Removed Creator Jack Jadson
2006-06-03 00:30:56 flatmatt Removed Creator Alex Sinclair - 'Sinc'
2006-06-03 00:30:56 flatmatt Removed Creator Rob Leigh
2006-06-03 00:30:56 flatmatt Removed Creator Stephen Wacker
2006-06-03 00:29:07 flatmatt Removed Character Montoya, Renee Maria
2006-06-03 00:29:07 flatmatt Removed Character Halo (DC)
2006-06-03 00:29:07 flatmatt Removed Character Booster Gold
2006-06-03 00:29:07 flatmatt Removed Character Fire (DC)
2006-06-03 00:29:07 flatmatt Removed Character Fire (DC)
2006-06-03 00:29:07 flatmatt Removed Character Steel (03 - John Henry Irons)
2006-06-03 00:29:07 flatmatt Removed Character Wonder Girl (DC)(02 - Cassie Sandsmark)
2006-06-03 00:29:07 flatmatt Removed Character Elongated Man (DC)
2006-06-03 00:29:07 flatmatt Removed Character Geo-Force
2006-06-03 00:29:07 flatmatt Removed Character Hawkgirl (DC)(Post Crisis)(02 - Kendra Saunders)
2006-06-03 00:29:07 flatmatt Removed Character Green Lantern (DC)(01 - Alan Scott)
2006-06-03 00:29:07 flatmatt Removed Character Vox (DC)(02 - Malcolm Duncan)
2006-06-03 00:29:07 flatmatt Removed Character Bumblebee (DC)
2006-06-03 00:05:24 flatmatt Added Character Montoya, Renee Maria
2006-06-03 00:05:24 flatmatt Added Character Halo (DC)
2006-06-03 00:05:24 flatmatt Added Character Booster Gold
2006-06-03 00:05:24 flatmatt Added Character Fire (DC)
2006-06-03 00:05:24 flatmatt Added Character Fire (DC)
2006-06-03 00:05:24 flatmatt Added Character Steel (03 - John Henry Irons)
2006-06-03 00:05:24 flatmatt Added Character Wonder Girl (DC)(02 - Cassie Sandsmark)
2006-06-03 00:05:24 flatmatt Added Character Elongated Man (DC)
2006-06-03 00:05:24 flatmatt Added Character Geo-Force
2006-06-03 00:05:24 flatmatt Added Character Hawkgirl (DC)(Post Crisis)(02 - Kendra Saunders)
2006-06-03 00:05:24 flatmatt Added Character Green Lantern (DC)(01 - Alan Scott)
2006-06-03 00:05:24 flatmatt Added Character Vox (DC)(02 - Malcolm Duncan)
2006-06-03 00:05:24 flatmatt Added Character Bumblebee (DC)
2006-06-01 21:30:40 darkaine Added Cover Added cover (thumbnail)
2006-06-01 21:30:40 darkaine Added Cover Added cover (large)

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