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So who else was pretty sure that the big head in the ground wasn't going to stay a big head in the ground for too long?

Anyway, Gog is back, ugh, and so is Black Adam. And then, the big head turns into a very big guy. But I thought the most interesting thing that happened was that Power Girl got hurled back to her 'home Earth' by Gog (big one, not little one) and her story started to unravel over there because apparently not all was as it seemed. So, the question for Volume 3 is, did Gog do it on purpose, or mistakenly. And which is a freakier proposition in the grand scheme of things. ( )
  DanieXJ | Oct 28, 2014 |
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"The world's first and greatest super-team continues to expand, welcoming extraordinary individuals whose powers are the legacy of heroes gone by, but evil has a legacy as well."--P. [4] of cover.

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