Appearing in "The Tornado's Path (Part III of VI) - Tornado Outbreak!/The Brave & The Bold"Edit
- Doctor Impossible
- Professor Ivo
- Solomon Grundy (Behind the scenes)
- Rocky Mountains
- Professor Ivo's Laboratory/Base
- Unnamed Bar
- Unknown State/City
- Unnamed Cemetery (Resting place of Boston Brand)
- Trick arrows
- Utility Belt
- Mother Box
- Boom Tube
- Green Lantern Ring
- Nth Metal Wings
- Tantu Totem
- Thanagarian Mace
- Indestructible Gauntlets
- Lasso of Truth
- Boomerang Tiara
Synopsis for "The Tornado's Path (Part III of VI) - Tornado Outbreak!/The Brave & The Bold"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- This issue shipped with an alternate cover illustrated by Chris Sprouse, Karl Story and Alex Sinclair.
- This issue is reprinted in the Justice League of America: The Tornado's Path trade paperback and Justice League Legends #3.
- Heroes discussed and/or voted on for inclusion in the League this issue include: Black Lightning with a mention that a secret vote on Wonder Woman occurred.
- The shadowy mastermind in this issue is ultimately revealed in Justice League of America (Volume 2) #4.
- Red Tornado's stolen android body is being modified/reprogrammed into a new villain whose name is revealed in Justice League of America (Volume 2) #4.
- Duplicate androids of Red Tornado have been designed by Professor Ivo in Red, Yellow, Blue, Green and Black varieties. All are shown having the wind/tornado power of flight. In addition, blue ones can conjure wind, green ones can fire lightning bolts, and yellow ones fire light/heat energy beams (Arsenal calls the powers "the sun"). The black one is only shown punching. A red one (in a background shot) is shown projecting light/heat energy but this may just be a mis-coloring error.
- The duplicate androids are shown as having a fail-safe mechanism in their subtalar joint (Achilles heel). The original Red Tornado body is said to have that failsafe in his neck.
- The epitaph on Boston Brand's gravestone is, ironically, "Forever With Us."
- To speak to Boston Brand, Red Tornado goes to his grave site. Author Brad Meltzer used this same technique to summon a spirit in Identity Crisis when Green Arrow (Oliver Queen) summoned the spirit of the Spectre (Hal Jordan) by going to his grave site.
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Links and ReferencesEdit
- Justice League of America (Volume 2) series index at Comicbookdb.com
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