Appearing in "The Long Road Home"Edit
- The Flash (Barry Allen)
- Time Trapper
- Avatar (Ava)
- Metallica (Melissa Trask)
- Behemoth (Bob Brunner)
- Lord Nevlor (Behind the scenes)
Synopsis for "The Long Road Home"Edit
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- The four superheroes XS meets in the future are clear parallels to Marvel Comics' the Avengers. Avatar is very similar to Thor, Metalicca mirrors Iron Man, Behemoth mirrors The Hulk, and although Ultra-Man is less clear, he appears to be a version of Captain America (although he lacks any patriotic symbolism).
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|Legends of the Dead Earth|
Earth is dead. Those who once might have called it home are long scattered to the endless stars. But in that scattering, on a thousand different worlds, by a thousand different ways... Earth's greatest legends live on.The events from this issue are related to the "Legends of the Dead Earth" themed Annuals of 1996. A series of tales about a post-apocalyptic Possible Future, that were Elseworlds-themed in nature, although nominally separate. This template will automatically categorize articles that include it into the "Legends of the Dead Earth" and "Annuals" categories.
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