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    Appearing in "The Origin of Eclipso"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Origin of Eclipso"Edit

The being known as Eclipso was the original spirit of vengeance. As the essence of God evolved between the Old Testament and the New Testament, Eclipso was stripped of power and imprisoned inside of an Apokoliptian black diamond known as the Heart of Darkness. Eclipso's successor became known as the Spectre. Over the years, Eclipso's corruptive influence touched those who came in contact with the Heart of Darkness including Bruce Gordon, Alex Montez, and more recently Jean Loring. As the latest host for Eclipso's evil influence, Jean Loring has been slowly corrupting the re-empowered Mary Marvel.

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  • This issue shipped on September 19th, 2007.
  • Scenes from "The Origin of Eclipso" include flashbacks from:
  • The first fight between Eclipso and the Spectre
  • Eclipso's first encounter with Bruce Gordon
  • The death of the Shadow Fighters [1]
  • Alex Montez binding Eclipso [2]
  • The seduction of Jean Loring and the formation of the Shadowpact [3]
  • The seduction of Mary Marvel [4]


TriviaEdit

  • The cover to this issue shows Supergirl and Stargirl trying ply their way into Black Canary's bachelorette party, but in the story it is actually Supergirl and Wonder Girl that are seen hanging around together. Stargirl does not appear in this issue at all.

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