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Published July [May 10] 2006 by DC
Golden Lads & Lasses Must...
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett
J. G. Jones (signed)
Booster Gold; Question [Vic Sage]; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Skeets; Bart Allen; Beast Boy [Garfield Logan]; Black Canary [Dinah Lance]; Black Lightning [Jefferson Pierce]; Clark Kent; Fire; Firehawk [Lorraine Reilly]; Flash [Jay Barrick]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Green Lantern [Guy Gardner]; Green Lantern [John Stewart]; Jimmy Olsen; J'Onn J'Onzz; Metamorpho [Rex Mason]; Ray [Ray Terrill]; Steel [Natasha Irons]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Black Adam; Dr. Sivana; Mammoth; Cameos -- Argent; Aquagirl [Lorena Marquez]; Aquaman [Arthur Curry; Orin]; Blue Devil [Daniel Cassidy]; Bulleteer [Alix Harrower]; Chief; Detective Chimp; Director Bones; Doctor Light [Kimiyo Hoshi]; Doctor Mid-Nite [Pieter Cross]; Empress; Enchantress [June Moon]; Frankenstein; Geo Force [Brion Markov]; Grace Choi; Green Arrow [Oliver Queen]; Green Arrow [Connor Hawke]; Gypsy; Hourman [Rick Tyler]; Huntress [Helena Bertinelli]; Jakem Thunder; Katana; Klarion; Manhattan Guardian [Jake Jordan]; Mera; Mister Mind; Mister Miracle [Shilo Norman]; Mister Terrific [Michael Holt]; Negative Man [Larry Trainor]; Nightmaster [Jim Rook]; Nighwing [Dick Grayson or Jason Todd (see Notes)]; Plastic Man; Power Girl; Ragman [Rory Regan]; Red Star; Robotman [Cliff Steele]; S.T.R.I.P.E. [Pat Dugan]; Sasha Bordeaux; Stargirl [Courtney Whitmore]; Tazmanian Devil; Thunder [Anissa Pierce]; Thunderbolt; Sand [Sandy Hawkins]; Vixen; Wonder Girl [Cassie Sandsmark]; Zatanna; Zauriel
"Golden Lads & Lasses Must..." During the first seven days of 52 ground work is laid with the focal characters. Ralph Dibny hits rock bottom with the destruction of his home. Renée Montoya takes solace in the bottom of a bottle. Steel involves himself endlessly in rescue operations. The Question begins looking for answers. Black Adam secures his position in his homeland. Booster Gold returns to the public eye and the sponsors' bottom lines. Along the way is a memorial for the fallen, a mysterious message for Ralph, a hero losing her toys, and the abduction of Doctor Sivana.
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Published July [May 10] 2006 by DC

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Story Title
Golden Lads & Lasses Must...
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Booster Gold; Question [Vic Sage]; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Skeets; Bart Allen; Beast Boy [Garfield Logan]; Black Canary [Dinah Lance]; Black Lightning [Jefferson Pierce]; Clark Kent; Fire; Firehawk [Lorraine Reilly]; Flash [Jay Barrick]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Green Lantern [Guy Gardner]; Green Lantern [John Stewart]; Jimmy Olsen; J'Onn J'Onzz; Metamorpho [Rex Mason]; Ray [Ray Terrill]; Steel [Natasha Irons]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Black Adam; Dr. Sivana; Mammoth; Cameos -- Argent; Aquagirl [Lorena Marquez]; Aquaman [Arthur Curry; Orin]; Blue Devil [Daniel Cassidy]; Bulleteer [Alix Harrower]; Chief; Detective Chimp; Director Bones; Doctor Light [Kimiyo Hoshi]; Doctor Mid-Nite [Pieter Cross]; Empress; Enchantress [June Moon]; Frankenstein; Geo Force [Brion Markov]; Grace Choi; Green Arrow [Oliver Queen]; Green Arrow [Connor Hawke]; Gypsy; Hourman [Rick Tyler]; Huntress [Helena Bertinelli]; Jakem Thunder; Katana; Klarion; Manhattan Guardian [Jake Jordan]; Mera; Mister Mind; Mister Miracle [Shilo Norman]; Mister Terrific [Michael Holt]; Negative Man [Larry Trainor]; Nightmaster [Jim Rook]; Nighwing [Dick Grayson or Jason Todd (see Notes)]; Plastic Man; Power Girl; Ragman [Rory Regan]; Red Star; Robotman [Cliff Steele]; S.T.R.I.P.E. [Pat Dugan]; Sasha Bordeaux; Stargirl [Courtney Whitmore]; Tazmanian Devil; Thunder [Anissa Pierce]; Thunderbolt; Sand [Sandy Hawkins]; Vixen; Wonder Girl [Cassie Sandsmark]; Zatanna; Zauriel
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"Golden Lads & Lasses Must..." During the first seven days of 52 ground work is laid with the focal characters. Ralph Dibny hits rock bottom with the destruction of his home. Renée Montoya takes solace in the bottom of a bottle. Steel involves himself endlessly in rescue operations. The Question begins looking for answers. Black Adam secures his position in his homeland. Booster Gold returns to the public eye and the sponsors' bottom lines. Along the way is a memorial for the fallen, a mysterious message for Ralph, a hero losing her toys, and the abduction of Doctor Sivana.
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Published July [May 17] 2006 by DC
Looking Back at Tomorrow
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett
J. G. Jones (signed)
Booster Gold; Question [Vic Sage]; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Skeets; Doctor Will Magnus; Wonder Girl [Cassie Sandsmark]; T. O. Morrow; Cameo -- Jimmy Olsen
"Looking Back at Tomorrow" Week two sees Ralph following up on the mysterious message, which leads to a new, Kryptonian based religion centering on Superboy and involving Wonder Girl. Booster visits Doctor Magnus to have Skeets, who is starting to act erratically, checked. The Question enlists Montoya's services to work on a mystery. And Magnus visits Morrow, who warns of missing mad scientists.
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Published July [May 17] 2006 by DC

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Story Title
Looking Back at Tomorrow
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Booster Gold; Question [Vic Sage]; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Skeets; Doctor Will Magnus; Wonder Girl [Cassie Sandsmark]; T. O. Morrow; Cameo -- Jimmy Olsen
Storyline
"Looking Back at Tomorrow" Week two sees Ralph following up on the mysterious message, which leads to a new, Kryptonian based religion centering on Superboy and involving Wonder Girl. Booster visits Doctor Magnus to have Skeets, who is starting to act erratically, checked. The Question enlists Montoya's services to work on a mystery. And Magnus visits Morrow, who warns of missing mad scientists.

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Story Title
History of the DCU: Part 1
Script
Dan Jurgens
Pencils
Dan Jurgens (layout); Art Thibert (finishes)
Story Line
Covers the formation and contents of the pre-Crisis on Infinite Earths DC Universe.
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Published July [May 24] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance Adrianna Tomaz (Becomes Isis)

New World Order
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett
J. G. Jones (signed)
Booster Gold; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Skeets; Captain Maggie Sawyer; Josie Mac; Lois Lane; Power Girl; Natasha Irons [Steel]; Black Adam; Lex Luthor; Noose; Rough House; Shockwave; Terra Man; Cameo -- Mister Mind
"New World Order" Week three opens with the Gotham PD discovering the body of Alex Luthor, altered to look like Lex. Power Girl is warned out of Kahndaq air space by Black Adam as she chases Terra Man. Steel puts his parental duties on hold as S.T.A.R. Labs contacts him about GCPD's discovery. Booster has an endorsement taken out from under him. Lex resurfaces in full spin control mode. Black Adam rebuffs advances by Intergang and shows the world how he believes heroes should act, in his own violent way.
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Published July [May 24] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance Adrianna Tomaz (Becomes Isis)

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Story Title
New World Order
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Booster Gold; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Skeets; Captain Maggie Sawyer; Josie Mac; Lois Lane; Power Girl; Natasha Irons [Steel]; Black Adam; Lex Luthor; Noose; Rough House; Shockwave; Terra Man; Cameo -- Mister Mind
Storyline
"New World Order" Week three opens with the Gotham PD discovering the body of Alex Luthor, altered to look like Lex. Power Girl is warned out of Kahndaq air space by Black Adam as she chases Terra Man. Steel puts his parental duties on hold as S.T.A.R. Labs contacts him about GCPD's discovery. Booster has an endorsement taken out from under him. Lex resurfaces in full spin control mode. Black Adam rebuffs advances by Intergang and shows the world how he believes heroes should act, in his own violent way.

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Story Title
History of the DCU: Part 2
Script
Dan Jurgens
Pencils
Dan Jurgens (layout); Art Thibert (finishes)
Story Line
Covers the time frame from the first Earth-1/Earth-2 crossover up to Crisis on Infinite Earths.
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Published July [May 31] 2006 by DC
Dances with Monsters
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett
J. G. Jones (signed)
Booster Gold; Question [Vic Sage]; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Skeets; Devem; Fire; Halo; Wonder Girl [Cassie Sandsmark]; Cameos -- Bumblebee [Karen Beecher]; Cyborg [Vic Stone]; Firestorm [Jason Rusch]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hawkgirl [Kendra Saunders]; Herald [Mal Duncan]
"Dances with Monsters" The fourth week finds Montoya watching a derelict building in Gotham, and coming away better, and worse, off for it. Halo is looking for signs of the "space team" heroes return as Washington winds down the search. Booster burns down one of the few bridges he had with the superhero community. While updating his armor, Steel falls victim to a mysterious attacker. Ralph meets with Wonder Girl and the Kryptonian cult lead by Devem, and comes away with a little less than he went in with. By the week's end, Halo's vigilance pays off, to an extent.
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Story Title
Dances with Monsters
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Booster Gold; Question [Vic Sage]; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Skeets; Devem; Fire; Halo; Wonder Girl [Cassie Sandsmark]; Cameos -- Bumblebee [Karen Beecher]; Cyborg [Vic Stone]; Firestorm [Jason Rusch]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hawkgirl [Kendra Saunders]; Herald [Mal Duncan]
Storyline
"Dances with Monsters" The fourth week finds Montoya watching a derelict building in Gotham, and coming away better, and worse, off for it. Halo is looking for signs of the "space team" heroes return as Washington winds down the search. Booster burns down one of the few bridges he had with the superhero community. While updating his armor, Steel falls victim to a mysterious attacker. Ralph meets with Wonder Girl and the Kryptonian cult lead by Devem, and comes away with a little less than he went in with. By the week's end, Halo's vigilance pays off, to an extent.

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Story Title
History of the DCU: Part 3
Script
Dan Jurgens
Pencils
Dan Jurgens (layout); Art Thibert (finishes)
Story Line
Covers Crisis on Infinite Earths, up to the death of Supergirl.
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Published August [June 7] 2006 by DC
Stars in Thier Courses
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Chris Batista
J. G. Jones (signed)
Booster Gold; Question [Vic Sage]; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Skeets; Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Captain Maggie Sawyer; Doctor Pieter Cross [Doctor Mid-Nite]; Ellen Baker; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Herald [Mal Duncan]; Maxine Baker; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Ali Ka-Zoom; Bumblebee [Karen Beecher]; Clark Kent; Cyborg [Vic Stone]; Firestorm [Jason Rusch]; Lois Lane; Hawkgirl [Kendra Saunders]; Red Tornado [John Smith]; Shining Knight [Sir Ystin]; Supergirl [Kara Zor-El]
"Stars in Thier Courses" Week five turns on the return of part of the team that followed Donna Troy into space. It opens with Green Lantern breaking bad news to an ever hopeful Ellen Baker. Steel is asked to lend a hand with the conditions of some the returnees while Alan fills him in on the last few minutes before that return. Elsewhere, Sawyer presses Montoya about what happened in the abandoned building, and three deal with being marooned in space.
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Story Title
Stars in Thier Courses
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Chris Batista
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Booster Gold; Question [Vic Sage]; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Skeets; Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Captain Maggie Sawyer; Doctor Pieter Cross [Doctor Mid-Nite]; Ellen Baker; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Herald [Mal Duncan]; Maxine Baker; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Ali Ka-Zoom; Bumblebee [Karen Beecher]; Clark Kent; Cyborg [Vic Stone]; Firestorm [Jason Rusch]; Lois Lane; Hawkgirl [Kendra Saunders]; Red Tornado [John Smith]; Shining Knight [Sir Ystin]; Supergirl [Kara Zor-El]
Storyline
"Stars in Thier Courses" Week five turns on the return of part of the team that followed Donna Troy into space. It opens with Green Lantern breaking bad news to an ever hopeful Ellen Baker. Steel is asked to lend a hand with the conditions of some the returnees while Alan fills him in on the last few minutes before that return. Elsewhere, Sawyer presses Montoya about what happened in the abandoned building, and three deal with being marooned in space.

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Story Title
History of the DCU: Part 4
Script
Dan Jurgens
Pencils
Dan Jurgens (layout); Norm Rapmund (finishes)
Story Line
Covers the remainder of Crisis on Infinite Earths.
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Published August [June 14] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of August General in Iron and Ghost Fox Killer

China Syndrome
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett
J. G. Jones (signed)
Booster Gold; Skeets; Accomplished Perfect Physician; August General in Iron; Ghost Fox Killer; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Green Lantern [John Stewart]; Immortal Man in Darkness; Mother of Champions; Rocket Reds; Seven Deadly Brothers; Thundermind; Black Adam; Evil Star; Manthrax; T. O. Morrow; Celestial Archer (cameo); Shaolin Robot (cameo); Socialist Red Guardsman (cameo); Great Ten
"China Syndrome" Week six opens with Booster staging his own publicity stunt. In China, the Green Lanterns run afoul of the Great Ten and Black Adam.
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Published August [June 14] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of August General in Iron and Ghost Fox Killer

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Story Title
China Syndrome
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Booster Gold; Skeets; Accomplished Perfect Physician; August General in Iron; Ghost Fox Killer; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Green Lantern [John Stewart]; Immortal Man in Darkness; Mother of Champions; Rocket Reds; Seven Deadly Brothers; Thundermind; Black Adam; Evil Star; Manthrax; T. O. Morrow; Celestial Archer (cameo); Shaolin Robot (cameo); Socialist Red Guardsman (cameo); Great Ten
Storyline
"China Syndrome" Week six opens with Booster staging his own publicity stunt. In China, the Green Lanterns run afoul of the Great Ten and Black Adam.

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Story Title
History of the DCU: Part 5
Script
Dan Jurgens
Pencils
Dan Jurgens (layout); Andy Lanning (finishes)
Story Line
Covers the period from after Crisis on Infinite Earths up to the death of Superman.
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Published August [June 21] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance Batwoman

First Appearance of Kate Kane

Going Down
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Ken Lashley
J. G. Jones (signed)
Booster Gold; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Skeets; Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Kate Kane; Lois Lane; Manthrax; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Devilance the Pursuer
"Going Down" Montoya questions her involvement in the Question's investigations, but turns to an old flame for more information. Ralph confronts Booster over priorities. Booster is publicly taken down by Manthrax. And in space, Adam, Animal Man, and Starfire find they aren't alone.
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Published August [June 21] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance Batwoman

First Appearance of Kate Kane

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Story Title
Going Down
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Ken Lashley
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Booster Gold; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Skeets; Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Kate Kane; Lois Lane; Manthrax; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Devilance the Pursuer
Storyline
"Going Down" Montoya questions her involvement in the Question's investigations, but turns to an old flame for more information. Ralph confronts Booster over priorities. Booster is publicly taken down by Manthrax. And in space, Adam, Animal Man, and Starfire find they aren't alone.

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Story Title
History of the DCU: Part 6
Script
Dan Jurgens
Pencils
Dan Jurgens (layout); Norm Rapmund (finishes)
Story Line
Covers the Zero Hour event.
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Published August [June 28] 2006 by DC
Thief
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Eddy Barrows
J. G. Jones (signed)
Booster Gold; Ralph Dibny; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Skeets; Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Clark Kent; Green Arrow [Oliver Queen]; Natasha Irons; Supernova; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Devilance the Pursuer; Lex Luthor; Mercy
"Thief" Steel seeks help from S.T.A.R. Labs to deal with his new powers. Ralph speaks with Green Arrow about cults. Booster rails about the new hero in Metropolis. Natasha turns from her uncle to Luthor for help in regaining her role as a hero. And in space, the castaways are caught in the Pursuer's traps.
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Published August [June 28] 2006 by DC

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Story Title
Thief
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Eddy Barrows
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Booster Gold; Ralph Dibny; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Skeets; Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Clark Kent; Green Arrow [Oliver Queen]; Natasha Irons; Supernova; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Devilance the Pursuer; Lex Luthor; Mercy
Storyline
"Thief" Steel seeks help from S.T.A.R. Labs to deal with his new powers. Ralph speaks with Green Arrow about cults. Booster rails about the new hero in Metropolis. Natasha turns from her uncle to Luthor for help in regaining her role as a hero. And in space, the castaways are caught in the Pursuer's traps.

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Story Title
History of the DCU: Part 7
Script
Dan Jurgens
Pencils
Dan Jurgens (layout); Andy Lanning (finishes)
Story Line
Covers the events after Zero Hour up to Identity Crisis.
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Published September [July 6] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance Batwoman Cameo

First Cameo Appearance of Batwoman

Dream of America
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Shawn Moll
J. G. Jones (signed)
Question [Vic Sage]; Renée Montoya; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Batwoman [Kate Kane]; Natasha Irons; Herakles; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Devilance the Pursuer; Lex Luthor; Mercy
"Dream of America" Steel confronts Luthor over Natasha and Luthor's metahuman project. The space castaways escape from Devilance. The Question brings Montoya further into his investigation, as Batwoman watches.
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Published September [July 6] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance Batwoman Cameo

First Cameo Appearance of Batwoman

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Story Title
Dream of America
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Shawn Moll
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Question [Vic Sage]; Renée Montoya; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Batwoman [Kate Kane]; Natasha Irons; Herakles; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Devilance the Pursuer; Lex Luthor; Mercy
Storyline
"Dream of America" Steel confronts Luthor over Natasha and Luthor's metahuman project. The space castaways escape from Devilance. The Question brings Montoya further into his investigation, as Batwoman watches.

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Story Title
History of the DCU: Part 8
Script
Dan Jurgens
Pencils
Dan Jurgens (layout); Andy Lanning (finishes)
Story Line
Covers the events in Identity Crisis.
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52 (2006) #10

Published September [July 12] 2006 by DC
Stop the Press
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Chris Batista
J. G. Jones (signed)
Booster Gold; Skeets; Andrianna Tomaz; August General in Iron; Cascade; Clark Kent; Ibis; Lady Zinda; Lois Lane; Perry White; Rocket Red; Supernova; Will Magnus; Black Adam; Sonar [Bito Wladon]; T. O. Morrow
"Stop the Press" Black Adam moves forward on his diplomatic mission to limit American metahumans. Faced with losing his job, Clark take a page from Lois' book on super-hero interviews. Booster deals with his reversal of fortune. And Magnus visits Morrow again.
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Story Title
Stop the Press
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Chris Batista
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Booster Gold; Skeets; Andrianna Tomaz; August General in Iron; Cascade; Clark Kent; Ibis; Lady Zinda; Lois Lane; Perry White; Rocket Red; Supernova; Will Magnus; Black Adam; Sonar [Bito Wladon]; T. O. Morrow
Storyline
"Stop the Press" Black Adam moves forward on his diplomatic mission to limit American metahumans. Faced with losing his job, Clark take a page from Lois' book on super-hero interviews. Booster deals with his reversal of fortune. And Magnus visits Morrow again.

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Story Title
History of the DCU: Part 9
Script
Dan Jurgens
Pencils
Dan Jurgens (layout); Andy Lanning (finishes)
Story Line
Covers the events leading up to Infinite Crisis.
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52 (2006) #11

Published September [July 19] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance Batwoman

First Full Appearance of Batwoman

Week 11, Night 5
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett; Todd Nauck
J. G. Jones (signed)
Question [Vic Sage]; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Batwoman [Kate Kane]; Abbot; Whisper A'Daire; Cameo -- Wonder Girl [Cassie Sandsmark]; Devem
"Week 11, Night 5" Ralph's tracking of the "Cult of Connor" drives him to some questionable ends. The Question and Montoya further their investigation of InterGang and cross paths with Batwoman.
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Story Title
Week 11, Night 5
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett; Todd Nauck
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Question [Vic Sage]; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Batwoman [Kate Kane]; Abbot; Whisper A'Daire; Cameo -- Wonder Girl [Cassie Sandsmark]; Devem
Storyline
"Week 11, Night 5" Ralph's tracking of the "Cult of Connor" drives him to some questionable ends. The Question and Montoya further their investigation of InterGang and cross paths with Batwoman.

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Story Title
History of the DCU: Part 10
Script
Dan Jurgens
Pencils
Dan Jurgens (layout); Andy Lanning (finishes)
Story Line
Covers the evens of Infinite Crisis. It is revealed that Troia, not Jade, was supposed to die in space facing Alex Luthor's giant hands.
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52 (2006) #12

Published September [July 26] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Isis II (Adrianna Tomaz)

Mighty
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Eddy Barrows
J. G. Jones
Question [Vic Sage]; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Captain Maggie Sawyer; Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]; Isis [Andrianna Tomaz]; Wonder Girl [Cassie Sandsmark]; Black Adam
"Mighty" Black Adam takes Andrianna to visit Captain Marvel on the Rock of Eternity to offer her the power of Isis and she accepts. Ralph confronts Wonder Girl, and asks to help in the Cult's ritual. The Question and Montoya prepare to follow their leads to Kahndaq.
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Published September [July 26] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Isis II (Adrianna Tomaz)

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Story Title
Mighty
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Eddy Barrows
Cover Art
J. G. Jones
Character Appearances
Question [Vic Sage]; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Captain Maggie Sawyer; Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]; Isis [Andrianna Tomaz]; Wonder Girl [Cassie Sandsmark]; Black Adam
Storyline
"Mighty" Black Adam takes Andrianna to visit Captain Marvel on the Rock of Eternity to offer her the power of Isis and she accepts. Ralph confronts Wonder Girl, and asks to help in the Cult's ritual. The Question and Montoya prepare to follow their leads to Kahndaq.

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Story Title
The Origin of Wonder Woman
Script
Mark Waid
Pencils
Adam Hughes
Story Line
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52 (2006) #13

Published October [August 2] 2006 by DC
Haystack
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Todd Nauck
J. G. Jones (signed)
Ralph Dibny; Devem; Green Arrow [Oliver Queen]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Isis [Andrianna Tomaz]; Metamorpho [Rex Mason]; Wonder Girl [Cassie Sandsmark]; Zauriel; Black Adam
"Haystack" Ralph brings some friends with him to the Cult's ritual... with less than good results. Black Adam and Isis pursue their mission to rescue her brother.
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Published October [August 2] 2006 by DC

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Story Title
Haystack
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Todd Nauck
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Ralph Dibny; Devem; Green Arrow [Oliver Queen]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Isis [Andrianna Tomaz]; Metamorpho [Rex Mason]; Wonder Girl [Cassie Sandsmark]; Zauriel; Black Adam
Storyline
"Haystack" Ralph brings some friends with him to the Cult's ritual... with less than good results. Black Adam and Isis pursue their mission to rescue her brother.

Other Story

Story Title
The Origin of Elongated Man
Script
Mark Waid
Pencils
Kevin Nowlan
Story Line
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52 (2006) #14

Published October [August 9] 2006 by DC
Sand and Rust
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Dale Eaglesham
J. G. Jones (signed)
Question [Vic Sage]; Renée Montoya; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Kala Avasti; Mercury; Will Magnus; Abbot
"Sand and Rust" The Question and Montoya continue their investigations in Black Adam's homeland. Steel is found holed up after his beating by Natasha. And Magnus starts to bring the Metal Men back on line... while being pressured to sell them to the government.
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Story Title
Sand and Rust
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Dale Eaglesham
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Question [Vic Sage]; Renée Montoya; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Kala Avasti; Mercury; Will Magnus; Abbot
Storyline
"Sand and Rust" The Question and Montoya continue their investigations in Black Adam's homeland. Steel is found holed up after his beating by Natasha. And Magnus starts to bring the Metal Men back on line... while being pressured to sell them to the government.

Other Story

Story Title
The Origin of Metamorpho, the Element Man
Script
Mark Waid
Pencils
Eric Powell
Story Line
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52 (2006) #15

Published October [August 16] 2006 by DC
Outshined
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Shawn Moll
J. G. Jones (signed)
Booster Gold; Question [Vic Sage]; Renée Montoya; Skeets; Clark Kent; Supernova
"Outshined" Having all but hit rock bottom, Booster presses Skeets for something "big" to get him back in the spotlight. Skeets directs him to a seamonster rampaging through downtown Metropolis. Upstaged once again by Supernova, Booster is goaded to one final grab at the heroic limelight. Meanwhile in Kahndaq, the Question and Montoya excuse themselves from the hospitality of the local police.
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Story Title
Outshined
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Shawn Moll
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Booster Gold; Question [Vic Sage]; Renée Montoya; Skeets; Clark Kent; Supernova
Storyline
"Outshined" Having all but hit rock bottom, Booster presses Skeets for something "big" to get him back in the spotlight. Skeets directs him to a seamonster rampaging through downtown Metropolis. Upstaged once again by Supernova, Booster is goaded to one final grab at the heroic limelight. Meanwhile in Kahndaq, the Question and Montoya excuse themselves from the hospitality of the local police.

Other Story

Story Title
The Origin of Steel
Script
Mark Waid
Pencils
Jon Bogdanove
Story Line
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52 (2006) #16

Published October [August 23] 2006 by DC
Uhebbuki
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett
J. G. Jones (signed)
Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Question [Vic Sage]; Renée Montoya; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]; Captain Marvel Jr [Freddy Freeman]; Mary Marvel [Mary Batson]; Isis [Andrianna Tomaz]; Tawky Tawny; Uncle Dudley; Black Adam
"Uhebbuki" Week sixteen sees a joyous occasion, and a disaster averted. The Marvel Family travels to Kahndaq for the wedding of Black Adam and Isis. Montoya stops an attempt to bomb the festivities. And in space, Adam Strange and crew finally get off the remote planet.
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Story Title
Uhebbuki
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Question [Vic Sage]; Renée Montoya; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]; Captain Marvel Jr [Freddy Freeman]; Mary Marvel [Mary Batson]; Isis [Andrianna Tomaz]; Tawky Tawny; Uncle Dudley; Black Adam
Storyline
"Uhebbuki" Week sixteen sees a joyous occasion, and a disaster averted. The Marvel Family travels to Kahndaq for the wedding of Black Adam and Isis. Montoya stops an attempt to bomb the festivities. And in space, Adam Strange and crew finally get off the remote planet.

Other Story

Story Title
The Origin of Black Adam
Script
Mark Waid
Pencils
J. G. Jones
Story Line
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52 (2006) #17

Published October [August 30] 2006 by DC
Last of the Czarnians
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Chris Batista
J. G. Jones (signed)
Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Eliza Harmon; Erik Storn; Hannibal Bates; Herakles [Gerome McKenna]; Jacob Colby; Natasha Irons; Red Tornado [John Smith]; Devilance the Pursuer; Lex Luthor; Lobo; Mercy
"Last of the Czarnians" Week seventeen sees Luthor's team of laboratory created metahumans let loose on the followers of Kobra, and getting ready for a media blitz. In space, Adam and crew exchange being stranded on a garden planet for being stranded on a barren asteroid, where they are found by Lobo. And Red Tornado awakens in the Outback of Australia.
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Story Title
Last of the Czarnians
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Chris Batista
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Eliza Harmon; Erik Storn; Hannibal Bates; Herakles [Gerome McKenna]; Jacob Colby; Natasha Irons; Red Tornado [John Smith]; Devilance the Pursuer; Lex Luthor; Lobo; Mercy
Storyline
"Last of the Czarnians" Week seventeen sees Luthor's team of laboratory created metahumans let loose on the followers of Kobra, and getting ready for a media blitz. In space, Adam and crew exchange being stranded on a garden planet for being stranded on a barren asteroid, where they are found by Lobo. And Red Tornado awakens in the Outback of Australia.

Other Story

Story Title
The Origin of Lobo
Script
Mark Waid
Pencils
Keith Giffen
Story Line
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52 (2006) #18

Published November [September 6] 2006 by DC
Dismantled
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Eddy Barrows
J. G. Jones (signed)
Question [Vic Sage]; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Skeets; Beefeater; Blue Devil [Dan Cassidy]; Clark Kent; Detective Chimp; Daniel Carter; Edogawa Sangaku; Enchantress [June Moone]; Isis [Andrianna Tomaz]; Mind Grabber Kid; Oddman; Terri Thirteen; Tim Trench; Yellow Peri; Black Adam; Cameos -- Amethyst; Baron Winters; Blimp; Etrigan; Honest Abe; Madame Xanadu; Nightmaster [Jim Rook]; Nightshade [Eve Eden]; Orin; Ragman [Rory Regan]; Spectre [Crispus Allen]; Zatanna; Teams -- Croatoan Society; Shadowpact
"Dismantled" Week eighteen sees the understated funeral for Booster Gold. Black Adam honors the heroes of the royal wedding, though Montoya wants nothing more than to climb back into a bottle. And the Detective Chimp and Ralph lose a colleague in the Croatoan Society to the Helm of Fate, and the Shadowpact is concerned about its affect on Ralph.
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Story Title
Dismantled
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Eddy Barrows
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Question [Vic Sage]; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Skeets; Beefeater; Blue Devil [Dan Cassidy]; Clark Kent; Detective Chimp; Daniel Carter; Edogawa Sangaku; Enchantress [June Moone]; Isis [Andrianna Tomaz]; Mind Grabber Kid; Oddman; Terri Thirteen; Tim Trench; Yellow Peri; Black Adam; Cameos -- Amethyst; Baron Winters; Blimp; Etrigan; Honest Abe; Madame Xanadu; Nightmaster [Jim Rook]; Nightshade [Eve Eden]; Orin; Ragman [Rory Regan]; Spectre [Crispus Allen]; Zatanna; Teams -- Croatoan Society; Shadowpact
Storyline
"Dismantled" Week eighteen sees the understated funeral for Booster Gold. Black Adam honors the heroes of the royal wedding, though Montoya wants nothing more than to climb back into a bottle. And the Detective Chimp and Ralph lose a colleague in the Croatoan Society to the Helm of Fate, and the Shadowpact is concerned about its affect on Ralph.

Other Story

Story Title
The Origin of the Question
Script
Mark Waid
Pencils
Joe Bennett
Story Line
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52 (2006) #19

Published November [September 13] 2006 by DC
History Repeats
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Patrick Olliffe
J. G. Jones (signed)
Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Daniel Carter; Lobo; Supernova; Wonder Girl [Cassie Sandsmark]; Skeets; Weather Wizard [Mark Mardon]
"History Repeats" Week nineteen sees Skeets manipulating Daniel Carter to revisit Rip Hunter's bunker. In space, Adam and crew are filled in by Lobo about the galactic wasteland they are in and his religious conversion. And Supernova finally crosses paths with Wonder Girl.
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Story Title
History Repeats
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Patrick Olliffe
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Daniel Carter; Lobo; Supernova; Wonder Girl [Cassie Sandsmark]; Skeets; Weather Wizard [Mark Mardon]
Storyline
"History Repeats" Week nineteen sees Skeets manipulating Daniel Carter to revisit Rip Hunter's bunker. In space, Adam and crew are filled in by Lobo about the galactic wasteland they are in and his religious conversion. And Supernova finally crosses paths with Wonder Girl.

Other Story

Story Title
The Origin of Animal Man
Script
Mark Waid
Pencils
Brian Bolland
Story Line
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52 (2006) #20

Published November [September 20] 2006 by DC
God Is Fragged
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Chris Batista
J. G. Jones
Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Lobo; Supernova
"God Is Fragged" Week twenty finds Supernova visiting the Batcave. Steel receives further news about Luthor's synthetic super-hero program. And Adam's crew draw the wrath of Ekron.
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Story Title
God Is Fragged
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Chris Batista
Cover Art
J. G. Jones
Character Appearances
Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Lobo; Supernova
Storyline
"God Is Fragged" Week twenty finds Supernova visiting the Batcave. Steel receives further news about Luthor's synthetic super-hero program. And Adam's crew draw the wrath of Ekron.

Other Story

Story Title
The Origin of Adam Strange
Script
Mark Waid
Pencils
Kevin Nowlan
Story Line
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