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Animal Man, Starfire, and Adam Strange end up on a planet of alien refugees. Lobo has become a holy man and is leading the refugees away from something, although what that is does not get revealed.

Supernova briefly meets Wonder Girl. She believes him to be Kon-El and tries to touch his face before he abruptly flies away.

Skeets convinces an ancestor of Booster Gold to travel to Rip Hunter's abandoned lab. He uses the near exact match of his DNA to gain access to the lab, where Skeets sees the walls stating, "It's all his fault." pointing to a picture of Booster and Skeets. Skeets locks boosters ancestor in a time loop and leaves the lab while saying, "He knows."

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Burning the treasures of their civilizations 0

To use the old reviwers' cliche, this is where the plot thickens.  The attention here is mostly on Skeets as he recruits one of Booster's ancestors to access the vault of Rip Hunter.  What is found there is not necessarily what is expected (especially for the reader) and the ending is easily the biggest surprise so far in this series.  In the other half of the plot, the three lost space travelers are being cared for by Lobo, who is serving as a religious leader for a dying group of aliens in sec...

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