Appearing in "Breathless"Edit
- John Henry Irons
- Renée Montoya
- Vic Sage[[Category::wikipedia:Charles Victor Szasz (New Earth)/Appearances]] (Death)
- Four Horsemen of Apokolips (First appearance)
- Science Squad
- Brian (deceased)
Synopsis for "Breathless"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in "The Origin of the Red Tornado"Edit
- Justice League of America
- Justice Society of America
Synopsis for "The Origin of the Red Tornado"Edit
Professor T.O. Morrow created the android known as the Red Tornado. The air elemental known as Ulthoon took control of the Tornado's android body and used him as a weapon against the Justice League of America and Justice Society of America. The Tornado overcame the experience with a new sense of morality. He became a member of the JLA and developed a close bond with Kathy Sutton and her daughter Traya.
- This issue shipped on January 24th, 2007.
- Final appearance of the Vic Sage incarnation of the Question. He dies off-panel shortly following this issue.
- Veronica Cale quotes a passage from the Bible of Crime, "Yurrd the Unknown, the... the Hunger-Lord rode out before the others". At the time of publication, readers were unaware that Yurrd the Unknown was also Sobek.
- The ticker-tape on the bottom of the cover reads, "... The Horsemen have come... The end is near!... "
- Doctor Sivana erroneously refers to one of the scientists as Doctor Cyclops in this issue. The identity of this scientist is unknown, but it is clearly not Doctor Cyclops.
- At one point Doctor Mid-Nite states, "The power of faith can't be underestimated... " This ideology runs counter to his pragmatic demeanor when he encounters an alleged vampire in JSA Classified #23-24.
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Links and ReferencesEdit
- 52: The Comic
- 52 article/interview with editor Stephen Wacker
- 52 series index at the Grand Comics Database