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"Brave New World"

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DC Universe (one-shots)
August, 2006

"Martian Manhunter"

"OMAC"

"Uncle Sam and the Freedom Fighters"

"Creeper"

"Handle of the Teacup"

"Trials of Shazam"



Image:Quote1.png The name's Uncle Sam, and we got work ta do. Image:Quote2.png
-- Uncle Sam


Appearing in "Brave New World"

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Appearing in "Martian Manhunter"

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  • Paul Gerrard (an assassin) (First appearance)

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  • Mars (In flashback only)

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Synopsis for "Martian Manhunter"

An assassin named Paul Gerrard races across a rooftop in New York City. He keeps repeating to himself the words, "Twice around then wake and be found", as if it were a mantra. In the sky above, the Martian Manhunter hovers vigilantly.

Flashback:
The Martian Manhunter, in the guise of DEO agent William Dyer meets with a man named Alex Ferguson in the Sonorian Desert in Arizona. Dyer tells him about a strange spectacle that he witnessed in the desert. Dyer gains Ferguson's trust by revealing his true guise as the Martian Manhunter. Ferguson shows the Manhunter an artifact which J'onn recognizes as a Martian Kuru pendant. He knows that the presence of such an item can only mean one thing – there are more Martians on Earth.

The Present:
The Martian Manhunter apprehends Paul Gerrard on the rooftop and scoops him up into his arms. J'onn is wearing a new costume and has assumed a shape more in keeping with his natural Martian physique.

Appearing in "OMAC"

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Appearing in "Uncle Sam and the Freedom Fighters"

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Appearing in "Creeper"

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  • Creeper
  • Beau Thurman (a senator) (First appearance)
  • Boone (a politician) (on a TV screen) (Behind the scenes)(First appearance)
  • Deconnick (a detective) (First appearance)
  • Eddy (a television studio technician) (First appearance)
  • Jack Ryder

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Appearing in "Handle of the Teacup"

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  • Waiting (an alien species) (First appearance)
  • Dusty (the President's dog) (First appearance)
  • Evans (a Secret Service agent) (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Handle of the Teacup"

Twenty-four year old Physics professor Ryan Choi has assumed the mantle of the Atom. As the Atom, he struggles within the confines of a microscopic environment in combat with an inter-dimensional race of would-be conquerors known as the Waiting. Atom maintains radio contact with his Ivy University contemporaries who monitor his actions from inside a University office.

The Waiting deploy bug-shaped robotic drone ships to attack the Atom, but the young hero manages to avoid their laser fire, and even turns their own devices against them. He eventually comes upon a larger insectoid ship and determines that this is the central base of the Waiting. He beats up a few armored guards, and uses the control ship’s external weaponry to destroy its own generator. The Waiting (who perceive reality outside of the accepted space-time continuum) realize that their plans have failed and execute a hasty retreat. They shrink down to the subatomic level and disappear.

The microscopic environment where this brief battle took place is actually located between the hair follicles of a dog named Duster. Duster is the pet of the President of the United States, Jonathan Horne. The Waiting, presuming that the President acted in deference to the dog, sought to use mind control technology to take over the world, using the dog as their personal beachhead.

Appearing in "Trials of Shazam"

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  • Puerto Vallarta
  • Madrid

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Notes

  • This issue is an 80-page one-shot special with a $1.00 cover price. The vignettes featured in this issue are previews for upcoming ongoing titles and limited series.
  • The Atom, Helmond Kettering, Thomas Dinawa, Martin Campbell and Panda Potter make chronlogically earlier appearances in All-New Atom #1. The storyline from this issue takes place between All-New Atom #5 and #6.

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