Monday, July 26, 2010
Aquaman remained Brainiac's captive, as he was teased with psychological trauma on an operating room table.
Martian Manhunter searched for his friend Aquaman in the ocean, and uncovered the Legion of Doom's black dome.
Gorilla Grodd telepathically surveyed all, but targeted the Manhunter.
The Toyman supplied artificial limbs to disabled children in war torn countries.
Conservative commentator Jack Ryder considered on television the benefits of the super-villains' change of heart. Ray Palmer was watching, as were Ollie Queen, Billy Batson, Clark Kent, the Metal Men, the Doom Patrol and more.
The Cheetah lurked outside a Wonder Woman convention.
Edward Nigma escaped Arkham Asylum with help from the visiting Lex Luthor. The Joker demanded inclusion in their Legion of Doom, but was ignored and left behind in his cell.
Aquaman, Martian Manhunter and Red Tornado were assaulted and seemingly left for isolated deaths. Gorilla Grodd released the alter egos of Earth's heroes to the Legion of Doom.
"Chapter Three" was plotted and painted by Alex Ross. The script was provided by Jim Krueger, and the penciled layouts by Doug Braithwaite.