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“Justice League Vol. 5: Forever Heroes (The New 52) (Justice League: the New 52)” Review

 

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IN THE “FOREVER EVIL” EVENT, CYBORG BATTLES GRID IN A BATTLE THAT WARPS REALITY!
'Justice League' (2014) #29.
Justice League (2014) #29. DC Comics.

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As the Crime Syndicate hunts down the few heroes left foolish enough to challenge them–including Batman’s protege, Dick Grayson. But Owlman has other plans for Nightwing…and Owlman’s teammate: the most deadly being on the planet: Ultraman! Also, Cyborg is one of the lone Justice League members left to fight against the villains that have taken over. How can he possibly find a way to defeat them? Who can he turn to? Two words: Metal Men!

New York Times best-selling writer Geoff Johns (GREEN LANTERN, BATMAN: EARTH ONE) continues the Forever Evil event, as the Justice League must find a way to defeat their deadly mirror images–the Crime Syndicate!

Critically, Justice League Vol. 5: Forever Heroes (The New 52) (Justice League: the New 52) is the most heroic story arc of the New 52. In fact, it tells the origin story of the Metal Men in the New 52 and Cyborg’s recruit of the team during Forever Evil.

Together, now DC CCO Geoff Johns and superstar artist Doug Mahnke collaborate on the crossover. Really, the writing shines on the heroism of the Metal Men.

Indeed, the art in the book is characteristic of the New 52: heroic, detailed and colorful. Moreover, Cyborg vs Grid.

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FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS


  • Publisher: DC Comics.
  • Language: English.
  • Collects ‘Justice League’ #24-29.
  • Print Length: 168 pages.
  • Paperback and Hardcover formats available.
  • Kindle & Comixology format available.
  • Publication Date: March 17, 2015.
  • Dimensions: 6.64 x 0.27 x 10.18 inches.

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CUSTOMER REVIEWS AND SCORES


To begin, Justice League Vol. 5: Forever Heroes (The New 52) (Justice League: the New 52) was the turning point of the New 52. With the Justice League imprisoned, Cyborg recruits the Metal Men to fight the Crime Syndicate.

Really, the comic showcases why the Metal Men are the DC Universe‘s last line of defense against world threats. In addition, we learn of the Metal Men’s origin story and why they are the first A.I. on Prime Earth.

The comic is good for your New 52 collection. You will definitely love the epic scope, the science references and the heroism. Together, collect with Trinity War and the main Forever Evil storyline.

This product has 415 global ratings with an average customer review rating of 4.7 out of 5.

POSITIVE REVIEW

The customer review said: “It’s a synopsis of the crime syndicate, characters and origins, and leads into the Forever evil storyline. So if you feel like you’re missing something between Trinity War and Forever Evil, then get this!”

NEGATIVE REVIEW

There are 7 negative global ratings. One negative customer review pointed the repetitive plot: “What happened, who are these people? Well they are from Trinity war/forever evil. And Johns will tell you the origins of each one as he zzzzz, oh I’m sorry, I just fell asleep waiting for the summary to end. Seriously, summarizing this thing is to much. If you like Johns Blackest night, this is more of the same. You need to collect eight series to get one “story” without any real resolution.”

Overall, this comic was great.

CONCLUSION


POSITIVE:

  • Paperback and Hardcover formats available.
  • Kindle & Comixology formats available.
  • Great New 52 storyline.
  • Great customer reviews.

NEGATIVE:

  • Repetitive plot.

OUR PRODUCT REVIEW RATING:


I recommend this comic as the greatest Metal Men storyline of the New 52.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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Battles Of The Week: Cyborg vs Grid (Hero vs Villain)

 

BATTLES OF THE WEEK

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SYNOPSIS FOR “FOREVER HEROES”

Cyborg convinces Dr. Magnus to re-activate the damaged Metal Men. The objective is to take on Grid who has taken over the Internet. Grid a sentient virus implanted in Cyborg that became alive and separated from Cyborg, forming a new cybernetic being.

Cyborg, Dr. Magnus and the Metal Men attack Grid near Happy Harbor. During the battle, Cyborg takes on Grid in a battle that warps reality!

IN SUPERHERO BATTLES

IN THE “FOREVER EVIL” EVENT, CYBORG BATTLES GRID IN A BATTLE THAT WARPS REALITY!
In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #29, Grid incinerates Mercury and removes his responsometer. AP Photo/DC Comics

Enter the two contestants near Happy Harbor, Rhode Island. On the left side is Cyborg and on the right side is Grid.

Let’s look at the stats.

CYBORG – PRIME EARTH

SUPER-STRENGTH: BUILDING

SUPER SPEED: UNIVERSAL

DURABILITY: CONTINENT

ENERGY PROJECTION: GALAXY

FIGHTING SKILLS: PEAK HUMAN

INTELLIGENCE: GENIUS

WEAKNESSES

  • Vulnerability to Magic.
  • Mind Control.
  • Missing Eye.

GRID – PRIME EARTH

SUPER-STRENGTH: BUILDING

SUPER-SPEED: UNIVERSAL

DURABILITY: CONTINENT

ENERGY PROJECTION: PLANETARY

FIGHTING SKILLS: METAHUMAN

INTELLIGENCE: INVENTOR

WEAKNESSES

  • Power Limitation.
  • No Physical Body.
  • Restricted Senses.

CHECK OUT THE ACTION: SUPERBOY VS SUPERBOY-PRIME (HERO VS VILLAIN).

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THE FIGHT

Cyborg, Dr. Magnus and the Metal Men attack Grid near Happy Harbor. Grid retaliates with the Secret Society. After the death of Mercury, the battle is on between Cyborg and Grid.

The battle to decide who is the true cyborg!

DAMAGE SCALE

The fight starts out with Cyborg and Grid in a stalemate with their sonic cannons. After an explosion, Grid connects to Cyborg’s forehead and sends him into the digital dimension.

CYBORG ENERGY MANIPULATION – EXPLOSION ATTACKS: 6 DAMAGE PTS – 5 DAMAGE PTS = 1 DAMAGE PT.
GRID ENERGY MANIPULATION + REALITY WARPING – EXPLOSION ATTACKS = 6 DAMAGE PTS + 8 DAMAGE PTS – 5 DAMAGE PTS = 9 DAMAGE PTS.

On the following pages, Cyborg lands a reality-warping attack by destroying Grid’s digital body. Grid recovers and lands three reality-warping attacks by scratching and destroying Cyborg’s digital body..

CYBORG REALITY-WARPING – REGENERATION ATTACKS = 8 DAMAGE PTS – 3 DAMAGE PTS = 5 DAMAGE PTS.
GRID REALITY-WARPING ATTACKS x 3 = 24 DAMAGE PTS.



The battle kicks into high gear when Grid turns Cyborg into his human form with reality-warping attacks. Accepting his human form, Cyborg deals Grid with one final reality-warping attack, disconnecting Grid by leaving it in the dark. Then, Grid goes offline.

GRID REALITY-WARPING + INTERNAL BLEEDING ATTACKS = 8 DAMAGE PTS + 3 DAMAGE PTS = 11 DAMAGE PTS.
CYBORG REALITY-WARPING + BATTLE FIELD REMOVAL ATTACKS = 8 DAMAGE PTS + 6 DAMAGE PTS = 14 DAMAGE PTS.

TOTAL


CYBORG’S NEGATIVE DAMAGE:

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-71 DAMAGE PTS.

-(71 DAMAGE PTS * 1200*10^15 bytes * 7,500,000 J/day * 1 Ton of TNT)/(4.2*10^9 J * 10^12 bytes) = -152142.857143 PTS * Ton of TNT.


DURABILITY: MOUNTAIN

GRID’S NEGATIVE DAMAGE:

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-17 DAMAGE PTS.

-(17 DAMAGE PTS * 1200*10^15 bytes * 7,500,000 J/day * 1 Ton of TNT)/(4.2*10^9 J * 10^12 bytes) = -36428.5714286 PTS * Ton of TNT.


DURABILITY: CONTINENT

WINNER: CYBORG WINS BY INTERNET DISCONNECTION

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CYBORG IN COMICS

‘DC Comics Presents’ (1980) #26, titled “Where Nightmares Begin”, marks the first appearance of Cyborg in DC continuity. Robin arrives on the scene of a terrorist siege at S.T.A.R. Labs. Before Robin can act, his future teammates Cyborg, Raven and Starfire appear to him in a vision at Titans Tower. At the end of the issue, it is revealed Raven gave Robin a vision of the future.

The issue was created by Jim Starlin and Marv Wolfman.

DC Comics Presents' (1980) #26, titled "Where Nightmares Begin", marks the first appearance of Cyborg in DC continuity.
DC Comics Presents’ (1980) #26 marks the first appearance of Cyborg in DC continuity. AP Photo/DC Comics.

NEXT BATTLE OF THE WEEK: BLACK PANTHER VS IRON FIST. MAY 18TH.


LINKS

Justice League Vol 2 29 in DC Database.
Victor Stone (Prime Earth) in DC Database.
Grid (Prime Earth) in DC Database.
DC Comics Presents Vol 1 26 in DC Database.

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Bio: Cyborg (Victor Stone)

 

Cyborg

Victor Stone – Prime Earth
NAME: VICTOR STONE

RELATIVES: SILAS STONE (FATHER), ELINORE STONE (MOTHER, DECEASED)

BASE OF OPERATIONS: JUSTICE LEAGUE WATCHTOWER, FORMERLY DETROIT

AFFILIATION: JUSTICE LEAGUE, JUSTICE LEAGUE ODYSSEY, TITANS

CHARACTERISTICS

HEIGHT: 6’6″ (1.98 M) MALE

WEIGHT: 385 LBS (175 LBS)

ALIGNMENT: GOOD

ORIGIN STORY


Victor Stone was a high school football athlete at odds with his brilliant scientist father Silas Stone.1 Victor visited his father at S.T.A.R. Labs who was working on the Father Box found due to recent alien sightings. When the New God Darkseid initiated an invasion of Earth, Victor Stone was caught in the explosion of the Father Box at S.T.A.R. Labs.2

In order to save his son, Silas Stone took Victor to the Red Room. There, using experimental technology, he turned Victor into a cyborg by injecting him with nanites and installed cybernetic parts.3

These included a Promethean skin graft, Dr. Will Magnus‘ ResponsometerProfessor Ivo’s A-maze operating system, the classified and prototypical B-maze operating system, and graduate student Ryan Choi‘s White Dwarf Stabilizer, as well as the energies from the Father Box. This allowed Vic to access the vast New Gods data library and discover Darkseid’s true invasion plans.

When Vic first woke up after the accident, he could not move his legs and discovered his new robotic body. The Red Room was attacked by a group of Parademons; before they could hurt Sarah Charles, Cyborg’s defense system’s reacted automatically, causing his arm to shift into a sonic cannon. He destroyed the creatures, along with half the building. Vic, mortified at what his father had turned him into to save his life, escaped through the hole in the wall, with his father’s calls to stay falling on deaf ears.

-Victor Stone (Prime Earth), DC Database

CYBORG JOINS THE JUSTICE LEAGUE

While roaming the streets, Vic saved a woman that was being attacked by Parademons. As a result, he incorporated some of the Parademons’ components, granting him access to Boom Tube technology. Then, he was teleported to the site where the other heroes, Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Aquaman, Wonder Woman and Flash were battling Parademon hordes. Cyborg still lacked control of his super powers.

Cyborg helped the heroes battle Darkseid and his Parademon army. As Superman hurled Darkseid into a Boom Tube, Cyborg fiercely tapped into the technology and managed to close the portal, ending the invasion of Earth. After the invasion of Earth, the general public became more accepting of superheroes. Cyborg and the other superheroes were branded “the Super Seven”, later to be named the Justice League.

CYBORG CLOSES THE BOOM TUBES ON EARTH

POWERS


POWERS

ABILITIES

WEAKNESSES


STORY ARCS


  • Justice League: Origin.
  • Trinity War.
  • Forever Evil.
  • Darkseid War.

NOTABLE COMIC BOOK BATTLES


  • Cyborg vs Grid.

FOOTNOTES

  1. Justice League #1.
  2. Justice League #2.
  3. Justice League #3.
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DC Day Series: During ‘Forever Evil’, The Metal Men Give Their All And Take On Grid

 

DC DAY

DURING ‘FOREVER EVIL’, THE METAL MEN TAKE ON GRID
In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #29, the Metal Men take on Grid. AP Photo/DC Comics

IN NEW 52

CYBORG SETS A TRAP FOR GRID

In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #29, Cyborg sets a trap for Grid. AP Photo/DC Comics

In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #29, Cyborg recruits the Metal Men in order to battle Grid.

At his base, Grid is in communications with the Crime Syndicate. They have found out that Lex Luthor and his rebels have freed the Crime Syndicate’s prisoner from the Justice League Satellite.

Grid notices Cyborg has taken over his communications. Cyborg says Grid is wondering how he survived. To which Grid responds, Cyborg was built a new body and he knows where Cyborg is.

Cyborg sets the trap since he is counting on his team and asks Grid to “come and get me.”1 Grid accepts the challenge.

THE METAL MEN CAN’T BE DETECTED BY GRID, SINCE THEY ARE OFFLINE

Grid seeks Cyborg in an empty street near Happy Harbor. When Grid says Cyborg is hiding, Cyborg appears and says he is not. Grid then states he thought he was rid of Cyborg as he attacks Cyborg with a blast. As Cyborg evades the attack, he notes Grid can’t see the Metal Men. At that moment, Iron attacks Grid with a wrecking ball. The battle is on.

Grid gets wrecked through buildings and houses. Lead is directing the attack and asks Dr. Magnus for orders. He tells Lead and Iron to keep hitting Grid. Grid recovers and says he has identified Dr. Magnus’ voice. Iron responds with a direct attack by slamming Grid through a car.

 

In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #29, the Metal Man take on Grid. AP Photo/DC Comics

As Grid recovers again, Mercury appears. Since Mercury “is the only metal that’s liquid at room temperature”, he attempts to enter Grid’s gears and melt them.2 The attack fails and Grid incinerates Mercury.

Grid notes the androids are inferior and that they feel. He identifies the source of their feelings to their responsometer and removes Mercury’s responsometer. At that moment, Grid summons the Secret Society.

In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #29, Grid incinerates Mercury and removes his responsometer. AP Photo/DC Comics

‘FOREVER EVIL’

It is now Cyborg and the Metal Men against Grid and the Secret Society. While the Metal Men take on the Secret Society of Super-Villains, Cyborg takes on Grid.

Forward on the action, it is evident that the real objective of ‘Forever Evil’ is to free the Justice League. As new enemies arrive, Cyborg orders the Metal Men to keep fighting why he goes “to save the Justice League.”3

In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #29, Cyborg takes on Grid. AP Photo/DC Comics

LINKS

Justice League Vol 2 29 in DC Database.

FOOTNOTES

  1. Justice League #29.
  2. Justice League #29.
  3. Justice League #29.
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DC Day Series: The Metal Men’s Mission In ‘Forever Evil’

 

DC DAY SERIES

In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #29, Cyborg meets the Metal Men to aid him in combating a new threat!
In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #29, Cyborg meets the Metal Men to aid him in combating a new threat! Photo/DC Comics

IN NEW 52

DR. MAGNUS ACTIVATES THE METAL MEN

In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #29, Cyborg meets the Metal Men to aid him in combating a new threat! Photo/DC Comics

In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #29, Cyborg prepares Dr. Magnus and the Metal Men for ‘Forever Evil.’ In his robotics lab, Dr. Magnus argues the Metal Men were designed for rescue missions. Though their metals were durable, their minds and their hearts could not endure the reaction with Chemo. They were a failure. Dr. Magnum states they were not meant to replace the Justice League.

Cyborg argues that the purpose of the Metal Men was to save lives. With the Justice League M.I.A., the Metal Men are the only ones who can stop ‘Forever Evil.’ As Cyborg speaks, Dr. Magnus activates the Metal Men. The Metal Men come online.

CYBORG, MEET THE METAL MEN!

The Metal Men greet Cyborg. Tin comes online and states he vaguely remembers what happened. Dr. Magnus tells him he saved “hundreds of people.”1 Gold remembers “our bodies were destroyed” and states they were expensive.1 Platinum thanks Dr. Magnus for bringing them back online. Iron notices Cyborg and asks whether he is a robot or a man. Lead states “I think he’s… both.”1 He asks Cyborg how much he can bench-press. Mercury panics and starts wondering if Cyborg is the future, where robots are merged with human beings to create monsters.

This is the problem that A.I. raises as humanity is developing more advanced robotics. Gold, the most curious and the most scientifically-concerned, asked whether Cyborg is made of Silver? Mercury asks if it’s Mercury. Iron remarks “it looks stronger than titanium.”1 Lead wonders if Iron is stronger. Dr. Magnus interjects asking for the Metal Men to let Cyborg tell them. Cyborg introduces himself and tells them “my body is made of Promethium.”1 He states he asked Dr. Magnus to reactivate them because he needs help with ‘Forever Evil.’

 

In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #29, the Metal Men ask what Cyborg's body is made of.
In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #29, the Metal Men ask what Cyborg’s body is made of. Photo/DC Comics

‘FOREVER EVIL’

Cyborg reveals the threat of ‘Forever Evil.’ “A few months ago,” the Justice League was infiltrated by one of the members of the Crime Syndicate, “a super-shrinker named Atomica.” She had come to join the Justice League and prepare the world for the arrival of the Crime Syndicate.

Atomica revealed to Cyborg he was a traitor. She made contact with “a sentient computer virus” inside Cyborg named Grid. Grid took control of Cyborg’s cybernetic body and ripped him off of it. A portal was opened and the Crime Syndicate arrived.

In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #29, Cyborg narrates the events of 'Forever Evil.'
In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #29, Cyborg narrates the events of ‘Forever Evil.’ Photo/DC Comics

The Crime Syndicate arrived. Grid took control of the world’s communications and computers. Grid took control of the Internet so anything connected to a network was under the control of the Crime Syndicate.

Cyborg reveals the reason the world needs the Crime Syndicate is because they can operate “independently of any other computer system.”1 That means, Grid “won’t be able to access [their] responsometers and take control.”1

In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #29, Cyborg narrates the events of ‘Forever Evil.’ Photo/DC Comics

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THE METAL MEN’S MISSION IN ‘FOREVER EVIL’

In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #29, Cyborg, Dr. Magnus and the Metal Men make their stand against Grid near Happy Harbor.

Cyborg and Dr. Magnus arrive near Happy Harbor transported by the Metal Men. Cyborg reveals the Metal Men’s mission in ‘Forever Evil’: to help him make a stand against Grid.

Iron advises Dr. Magnus that “[he] should get clear and out of sight” and that the city “is too dangerous for humans.”1 Dr. Magnus, remembering the Metal Men’s deaths at the hands of Chemo, states he will go down together with them, this time. Perhaps, he has learnt to consider other species as worthy of life.

Gold asks Cyborg how to get Grid’s attention. Cyborg reveals that Grid thinks Cyborg is dead. Instead, they are going on the offensive.

NEXT: THE METAL MEN TAKE ON GRID. DECEMBER 7TH.

PREVIOUS: THE METAL MEN’S FIRST MISSION. OCTOBER 5TH.


LINKS

Justice League Vol 2 29 in DC Database.
Forever Evil in DC Database.

FOOTNOTES

  1. Justice League #29.
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DC Day Series: The Metal Men, The First A.I. On Prime Earth

In 'Justice League' (2014) #28, the Metal Men are born.
 

DC DAY SERIES

In 'Justice League' (2014) #28, Dr. William Magnus tells Cyborg of the creation of the Metal Men, the First A.I. on Prime Earth.
In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #28, Dr. William Magnus tells Cyborg of the creation of the Metal Men, the First A.I. on Prime Earth. Photo/DC Comics

IN NEW 52

A U.S. ARMY PROJECT

In 'Justice League' (2014) #28, Secretary of Defense Joseph Devol and General Scaletti knock at the door of Dr. William Magnus' lab working on the Metal Men U.S. army project.
In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #28, Secretary of Defense Joseph Devol and General Scaletti knock at the door of Dr. William Magnus’ lab working on the Metal Men U.S. army project. Photo/DC Comics

In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #28, we are introduced to the creation of the Metal Men. In an effort to combat the events of the ‘Forever Evil’ storyline, Cyborg recruits Dr. William Magnus at the United States Army Research Laboratory in Adelphi, Maryland.

As Secretary of Defense Joseph Devol reveals, the Metal Men was a 600 million dollar U.S. army project. Dr. William Magnus graduated at the top of his class from Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute. Six months ago, Dr. Magnus was recruited in order to develop the first A.I. capable of doing search and rescue missions too dangerous for human beings.

THE FIRST A.I.

Dr. Magnus explained to Cyborg that Grid which has taken over all the communication systems on Earth, was not the first A.I.. The Metal Men were.

Dr. Magnus invented what is called a responsometer, which he claimed was “the most advanced thinking device”. Each responsometer was placed in a vat of different molten metal. What happened next, was genius!

In 'Justice League' (2014) #24, Dr. William Magnus creates the Metal Men by placing their responsometers in a vat of a different molten metal.
In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #24, Dr. William Magnus creates the Metal Men by placing their responsometers in a vat of a different molten metal. Photo/DC Comics
In 'Justice League' (2018) #24, Dr. William Magnus creates the Metal Men.
In ‘Justice League’ (2018) #24, Dr. William Magnus creates the Metal Men. Photo/DC Comics

The Metal Men formed altering their appearances each to a humanoid form. Each Metal Man developed a different personality and appearance matching the properties of the metal they were created from.

Against Dr. Magnus’ predictions, the Metal Men developed at a pace more rapid than expected. They developed a sense of self, recognizing themselves and recognizing Dr. Magnus as a human. Also, they developed their own wills and did not initially follow Dr. Magnus’s commands.

In 'Justice League' (2014) #28, the Metal Men are born.
In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #28, the Metal Men are born. Photo/DC Comics

CHECK OUT THE STORY: BATMAN BUILDS BROTHER EYE TO SPY ON THE METAHUMANS OF EARTH.

THE METAL MEN ESCAPE

In 'Justice League' (2014) #28, the Metal Men escape the United States Army Research Laboratory.
In ‘Justice League’ (2014) #28, the Metal Men escape the United States Army Research Laboratory. Photo/DC Comics

Secretary of Defense Devol blows up the entrance to Dr. Magnus’ lab. He finds out from Dr. Magnus that the Metal Men have been created though with some problems that need correction.

Secretary of Defense Devol reveals that despite the problems, he plans to use the Metal Men as weapons of “assassinations.” Their mission is to assassinate a target involved with the Sons of Adam.

The Metal Men who were designed for dangerous search and rescue missions, do not agree to the mission. They escape the United States Army Research Laboratory.

NEXT: THE METAL MEN’S BIOS. SEPTEMBER 7TH


LINKS

Justice League Vol 2 28 in DC Database.

FOOTNOTES

  1. Justice League #28.