"The Next Age (Part IV of IV)"


Main Details
Volume 3
Issue 4
Date 2007-05
Location of Publication New York, New York
Genre Superhero
Format Softcover
Type Comic Book
Page Count 32
Language English
  • Cyclone (Maxine Hunkel)(New Earth)
  • Damage (Grant Emerson)(New Earth)
  • Doctor Mid-Nite (Pieter Cross)(New Earth)
  • Flash (Jay Garrick)(New Earth)
  • Green Lantern (Alan Scott)(New Earth)
  • Hawkman (Carter Hall)(New Earth)
  • Hourman (Rick Tyler)(New Earth)
  • Liberty Belle (Jesse Chambers)(New Earth)
  • Mister Terrific (Michael Holt)(New Earth)
  • Obsidian (Todd Rice)(New Earth)
  • Sandman (Sanderson Hawkins)(New Earth)
  • Stargirl (Courtney Whitmore)(New Earth)
  • Wildcat (Ted Grant)(New Earth)
  • Starman (Thom Kallor)(Pre-Zero Hour)
  • Supporting Characters:
  • Dream Girl (Nura Nal) (Pre-Zero Hour)
  • Jeff Graves(New Earth)
  • Lightning Lord (Mekt Ranzz) (Pre-Zero Hour)
  • Ma Hunkel (Abigail Hunkel)(New Earth)
  • Mike Dugan(New Earth)
  • Nathan Heywood(New Earth)
  • Pat Dugan(New Earth)
  • Wildcat (Tom Bronson)(New Earth)
Story Location New Jersey: Gotham City; Arkham Asylum, Nebraska: Blue Valley, New York: New York City; Brooklyn, Manhattan, Battery Park, JSA Headquarters IV, Pennsylvania: Philadelphia, Virginia: Richmond
  • UPC — 761941257792-00421
Notes Variant Cover 4B.
The background characters seen at Arkham Asylum at the end of this issue are members of the Legion of Super-Villains. Their presence here is uncommon as they typically operate in the 30th/31st century. Dream Girl made a cameo appearance in the epilogue in issue #1.
Jeff Graves appeared last in Justice Society of America (Volume 3) #1. His colleague, Trey Thompson, was brutally murdered by Catalyst in issue #2.
References are made to Commissioner Gordon and the Bat-Signal in this issue.
Although Tom Bronson assumes the name of Wildcat in this issue, he actually first appeared in his were-cat form at the end of issue #3.


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