Original Legion Chronology

Part 8: 2989–2993 (The Five Year Gap)

Special thanks to Aaron Severson

Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4 leapt five years ahead in time, after the end of vol. 3. The intervening years are commonly referred to as the "Five Year Gap." Events from this period were revealed throughout the stories of the vol. 4 title.

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The Five Year Gap
Keith Giffen and Tom & Mary Bierbaum begin as writers
Dec 14, 2988 Star Boy ends his relationship with Dream Girl. *
In the wake of Mon-El's apparent death, Tasmia Mallor returns to Talok VIII and joins the Abbey of the Ancestors, cutting herself off from the outside world.
GLORITH REALITY: Shadow Lass and Valor leave U.P. space to explore the frontier.
(Legion vol. 4 #4, Feb. 1990), (Legion vol. 4 #6, Apr. 1990)
Oct The destruction caused by the Magic Wars proves the last straw for the economies of Earth and the United Planets, already overextended after decades of heavy deficit spending and massive trade imbalances. The Khunds expand their empire to encroach on the U.P.'s borders. (Legion vol. 4 #1, Nov. 1989)
  Earth's polymer shield is dismantled. (Legion vol. 4 #30, June 1992)
Nov 2 Tayla Wellington is elected President of Earth. NOTES: Wellington was first mentioned as President of Earth in Legion vol. 4 #1 (11.89). (Legion vol. 4 #30, June 1992)
Nov 19 King Jonn of Pasnic is appointed High Commander of the United Planets Militia. Somi Gan (Life Lass) joins the militia, eventually rising to the rank of colonel. (Legion vol. 4 #8, June 1990)
Dec 14 Star Boy ends his relationship with Dream Girl. *
Jan 9 GLORITH REALITY ONLY: Laurel Gand announces her resignation from the Legion and goes off to fight the Khunds alongside Green Lantern Rond Vidar. Who's Who #2 (Sept. 1990)
Jan 19 Earthgov signs a "mutual assistance" pact with the Dominion. NOTES: Adventures of Superman #478 (May 1991) suggests that the principal reason for Earthgov's acquiescence to the Dominion was the revelation of the Dominators' "Triple Strike" contingency plan on Luna, which left Earth with little alternative. (Legion vol. 4 #30, June 1992)
Feb 26 Saturn Girl resign her Legion membership and returns to Winath. Brainiac 5 discovers that Garth and Imra's son Garridan Ranzz (Validus) is the carrier of the deadly Winathococcus Validus, the "Validus plague." Garth is crippled by the disease and Garridan is quarantined. Brainy dedicates himself to finding a cure. (Legion vol. 4 #3, Jan. 1990)
Mar 17 Former Legion Academy student Nightwind becomes a Legionnaire. NOTES: Nightwind first appeared in Legion vol. 2 #272 (Feb. 1981). *
Mar 21 R.J. Brande, still in hiding, contacts Chameleon Boy and persuades him to take over Brande Industries with the help of Marla Latham. *
Apr 12 Chameleon Boy is appointed the new chairman of Brande Industries, resigning his Legion membership. Marla Latham becomes the company's new president and chief operating officer. (Legion vol. 4 #1, Nov. 1989)
Apr 13 President of Earth Tayla Wellington issues a memo to Earth's Global Council recommending that Earthgov cut off funding to the Legion and begin surveillance and harassment of the Legionnaires. (Legion vol. 4 #1, Nov. 1989)
Apr 14 Kent Shakespeare joins the Legion, calling himself Impulse. NOTES: Kent's Legion membership was first mentioned in Legion vol. 4 #12 (Oct. 1990). *
Jun 7 Faced with a crippling lack of funding and support, Chuck and Luornu Taine shut down the Legion Academy. *
Jul 6 At King Jonn's request, Chuck and Luornu Taine become Instructors General of the newly created U.P. Militia Academy. (Legion vol. 4 #15, Feb. 1991)
Jul 24 The beleaguered United Planets is rocked by the formal secession of Earth, whose government claims the U.P. is incapable of dealing with the current economic and political crisis. With the withdrawal of the mother world, governance of the U.P. and the Science Police is relocated to Weber's World. Chief Kimball Zendak becomes Science Police Commissioner; Gigi Cusimano is promoted to Chief. Science Police Earth becomes a separate organization with no legal or administrative connection to the U.P.'s Science Police. (Legion vol. 4 #13, Nov. 1990)
Sept 23 Earthgov is indicted as a human rights violator by the Human Rights Institute. *
Feb 10 Atmos belatedly becomes a Legionnaire, as does former Academy student Myg (Karate Kid II), whose past links to the brutality of Lythyl immediately become fodder for Earthgov's anti-Legion propaganda. NOTES: Myg was first mentioned as a former Legionnaire in Legion vol. 4 #40 (Feb. 1993). Atmos' Legion membership is puzzling (and troubling) given the end of his earlier relationship with Dream Girl (in Legion vol. 3 #63, Aug. 1989). If he had really been deliberately manipulating her mind, it seems very unlikely that the Legion would have accepted him as a member (particularly given their previous reservations about him) or that Nura herself would have permitted it. It's possible (as Chris Cottingham speculates in the Atmos entry on Writeups.org that his power to influence the wills of others was a subconscious ability of which he was previously unaware. (If so, one hopes he was appropriately repentant about its effects on Nura!) *
Mar 20 Sensor Girl accepts the Council of Orakills' request that she return to Orando. She resigns her Legion membership. With political pressure from Earthgov making it difficult to hold new leadership elections or make any official transfer of leadership, Timber Wolf becomes unofficial acting leader with Polar Boy as his equally unofficial deputy. *
Mar 25 Projectra formally reclaims her crown as queen of Orando and orders Orando returned to its original orbit in Earth's dimension. She renounces the additional powers she gained as Sensor Girl. (Legion vol. 4 #15, Feb. 1991)
Mar 30 Tinya Wazzo and Jo Nah announce their engagement, with the wedding scheduled for June 9 on Deltwan. (Legion vol. 4 #2, Dec. 1989)
Apr 12 The Time Trapper exchanges Tinya Wazzo for the Durlan, sending the Durlan (later to become R.J. Brande) to Metropolis in the year 2949 and sending Tinya to 20th century Cairn to take his place. Stricken with amnesia, Tinya joins the L.E.G.I.O.N. as Phase. The Legion believes that she has died in an interdimensional accident.
GLORITH REALITY: Glorith sends Tinya Wazzo's cousin, Enya Wazzo, to the 20th century, where she becomes Phase. Tinya is saved from death by the Time Trapper, who transports her to September 1, 2995, where she is reunited with Jo Nah and her SW6 counterpart. NOTES: Originally, Phase was explicitly identified in Who's Who #7 (Feb. 1991) and elsewhere as Tinya Wazzo. The revelation in L.E.G.I.O.N. #70 (Sept. 1994) that Phase was actually Tinya's previously unseen cousin Enya Wazzo appears to have been a hasty editorial improvisation to allow Phase to remain with the L.E.G.I.O.N. after the Legion's post-Zero Hour reboot. That revelation made little sense considering Glorith's original stated motivation (explained in Legion vol. 4 Annual #1, 1990) of punishing Jo Nah for his past interference with her plans by banishing his fiancée to another time. (It is also unclear why the Time Trapper would have used Tinya for that purpose; the Trapper had no specific grievance with either Tinya or Jo.) In any event, the Durlan's next chronological appearance is in the flashback story in Legion vol. 4 #8 (June 1990) and Tinya's next chronological appearance is Legion vol. 4 #61 (Sept. 1994).
(Legion vol. 4 #2, Nov. 1989), (L.E.G.I.O.N. #9, Dec. 1989)
Apr 19 Frustrated with the Legion's organizational problems and the lack of opportunities for personal glory, Atmos resigns. *
May 8 Following her disappearance, the Science Police can find no trace of Tinya Wazzo and declare her dead. Jo Nah decides he can no longer remain with the Legion and resigns. (Legion vol. 4 #2, Dec. 1989)
May 26 Mekt Ranzz (Lightning Lord) is released from Labyrinth to continue his therapy on an outpatient basis. He joins Garth and Imra Ranzz, his brother and sister-in-law, at their farm on Winath. (Legion vol. 4 #3) (Jan. 1990)
May 28 With the Legion's active membership shrinking rapidly, Polar Boy recruits former Legion Academy instructor Crystal Kid (Bobb Kohan), Rimborian champion Reflecto (Stig Ah), and ex-convict Echo (Myke-4 Astor) as Legionnaires. NOTES: Crystal Kid and Echo's membership was first mentioned in Legion vol. 4 #28 (Apr. 1992), which is also the first appearance of the younger Echo. An adult version from an alternate timeline had previously appeared as a member of the Legion of Super-Villains in the Adult Legion story in Adventure Comics #355 (Apr. 1967). Reflecto was first mentioned in the Adult Legion story in Adventure Comics #354 (Mar. 1967) as a Legionnaire who had died in action. In original (and presumably post-Crisis) continuity, Reflecto was an alternate identity used by Superboy and Ultra Boy in a highly convoluted story in Legion vol. 2 #277–282 (July–Dec. 1981). The Glorith Reality Stig Ah first appeared in flashback in Legion vol. 4 Annual #1 (1990) and his Legion membership was first mentioned in Legion vol. 4 #44 (May 1993). It is unclear if Stig Ah existed or ever became Reflecto in the previous timeline; in the letters page of Legion vol. 4 #15 (Feb. 1991), Tom and Mary Bierbaum imply that he did. *
Jun 12 Braal declares war on Imsk. Shrinking Violet resigns from the Legion to join the Imskian army, becoming a field commander. (Legion vol. 4 #1, Nov. 1989)
Jun 24 Rokk Krinn marries Lydda Jath (Night Girl) on the eve of his induction into the Braalian army. NOTES: Rokk and Lydda's marriage and Rokk's military service were first revealed in Legion vol. 4 #1 (Nov. 1989). *
Jul 5 Black Dawn: Molock Hanscom (Starfinger III) hires Dr. Regulus to destroy the sun in order to punish Earthgov for defaulting on a loan. Timber Wolf becomes more and more psychologically unstable due to the high levels of Zuunium in his system. Sun Boy takes his place as unofficial acting leader of the Legion. NOTES: Molock Hanscom is presumably the same Molock captured by the Legion and Dev-Em in Adventure Comics #320 (May 1964). According to Legion vol. 4 #12 (Oct. 1990), Molock is the brother of Lars Hanscom, the original Starfinger. His first appearance as Starfinger III was Legion vol. 4 #13 (Nov. 1990). The version of events depicted in Legion vol. 4 #52 has some discrepancies from the previous established timeline. (In particular, it's difficult to envision Molock Hanscom remaining legally inviolable if his accomplice was so loudly announcing Starfinger's involvement in the Black Dawn crisis!) Most of those discrepancies can probably be attributed to Brin Londo's shaky memory of the events surrounding his "Furball" transformation. (Legion vol. 4 #52, L. Dec. 1993), (Legion vol. 4 #28, Apr. 1992)
Jul 7 GLORITH REALITY ONLY: The android Molecule Master kills Reflecto with poison gas. NOTES: The death of Reflecto was "foretold" by the statue in the Adult Legion story in Adventure Comics #354 (Mar. 1967); a very different account appeared in Legion vol. 2 #281–282 (Nov.–Dec. 1981). The origins of the Glorith-reality Molecule Master are unclear, as the original was a creation of the Time Trapper. *
Jul 23 Earthgov declares a state of emergency due to Black Dawn. Elections are suspended. (Legion vol. 4 #30, June 1992)
Aug 12 Wildfire sacrifices himself to stop Dr. Regulus from extinguishing the sun. Timber Wolf is severely irradiated in the battle. The radiation reacts with the Zuunium in his body, later causing him to become an inhuman creature (Furball). NOTES: The fact that Furball was really Brin Londo was first revealed in Legion vol. 4 #6 (Apr. 1990). (Legion vol. 4 #52, L. Dec. 1993)
Aug 13 Earthgov President Tayla Wellington sends a detachment of Science Police Earth officers to bring in Sun Boy and Polar Boy for debriefing on the events of Black Dawn. Thinking his comrades are being arrested, Karate Kid II intervenes and becomes a wanted fugitive. *
Aug 15 Dream Girl resigns her Legion membership to become High Seer of Naltor. Devastated by the apparent death of Wildfire and Earthgov's ongoing harassment campaign, Dawnstar and Blok also depart. (Legion vol. 4 #28, Apr. 1992)
Aug 17 Crystal Kid resigns his Legion membership. (Legion vol. 4 #28, Apr. 1992)
Aug 23 Element Lad decides that he can no longer continue as a Legionnaire in the face of Earth's growing hostility. He resigns. (Legion vol. 4 #28, Apr. 1992)
Aug 28 Jan Arrah breaks off his relationship with Shvaughn Erin to continue his spiritual explorations on Trom. *
Sep 1 Kent Shakespeare, who has been singled out by Earthgov as part of their ongoing campaign to discredit the Legion, has a public altercation with Science Police Earth officers. A warrant is issued for his arrest, forcing him to flee Earth. He enlists in the Braalian army. (Legion vol. 4 #20, July 1991)
Sep 4 Echo resigns from the Legion and leaves Earth, narrowly escaping a Science Police Earth plot to turn him over to the Khunds. Tellus also resigns. (Legion vol. 4 #28, Apr. 1992)
Sep 12 Lightning Lass leaves Earth and the Legion, rejoining her brothers and family on Winath. *
Sep 14 Frustrated by the stream of resignations, Sun Boy resigns both his leadership and membership in the Legion, leaving Polar Boy as temporary leader. (Legion vol. 4 #28, Apr. 1992)
Sep 24 Although his control of his powers remains shaky, former Substitute Hero Fire Lad (Staq Malven) becomes a full-fledged Legionnaire. NOTES: Fire Lad first appeared in Adventure Comics #306 (Mar. 1963). *
Oct 8 At Venado Bay on the planet Braal-13, the Imskian army uses a magnetic pulse weapon called the Damper, killing or maiming 7,000 Braalian soldiers, including Rokk Krinn and his friend Loomis. Rokk and Loomis lose their magnetic powers. Wounded, Rokk attacks an Imskian patrol, unaware that its leader is Salu Digby (Shrinking Violet). Vi loses her right eye in Rokk's attack. (Legion vol. 4 #20, July 1991)
Oct 27 After she humiliates their occupation force on Sklar, the Khundish Empire issues a bounty on Sklarian raider Brita An'nan (Kono). *
Oct 20 Former Legion Academy student Visi-Lad (Rhent Ustin) and three more former Substitutes — Chlorophyll Kid (Ral Benem), Infectious Lass (Drura Sepht), and Porcupine Pete (Peter Dursin) — are admitted to the Legion. NOTES: Chlorophyll Kid first appeared in Adventure Comics #306 (Mar. 1963), the first appearance of the Substitute Heroes. Infectious Lass and Porcupine Pete first appeared in Superboy vol. 1 #201 (Mar./Apr. 1974). Visi-Lad's first appearance was in Legion vol. 3 Annual #3 (1987). The only account of his origins was in Who's Who in the Legion #7 (Oct. 1988). *
Nov 7 Prince Evillo resumes his position as Supreme Ruler of Tartarus, which joins the United Planets. NOTES: Evillo and his "Devil's Dozen" first appeared in Adventure Comics #350–351 (Nov.–Dec. 1966). According to the 2995 Legion of Super-Heroes Sourcebook, Evillo was imprisoned after that encounter in 2978. It is unclear exactly when he was released. (Legion vol. 4 #14, Jan. 1991)
Nov GLORITH REALITY ONLY: Laurel Gand falls in love with Rond Vidar. *
  Thom Kallor marries Yvyya Val and becomes manager of the Naltor Dreamers batball team, which Yvyya owns. NOTES: The Naltor Dreamers were first mentioned in Adventure Comics #366 (Mar. 1968). Thom Kallor's new job was first mentioned in Legion vol. 4 #3 (Jan. 1990). (Legion vol. 4 #37) (E Dec. 1992)
Nov 27 Increasingly desperate for members, Polar Boy admits Color Kid (Ulu Vakk) and Stone Boy (Dag Wentim) to the Legion. Both are immediately met by hostility and xenophobic propaganda from Earthgov and Science Police Earth. NOTES: Stone Boy first appeared in Adventure Comics #306 (Mar. 1963). Color Kid, a former Legion reject, first appeared in Adventure Comics #342 (Mar. 1966) and joined the Substitute Heroes in DC Comics Presents #59 (July 1983). *
Dec 21 Marte Allon, Colossal Boy's mother and the former president of Earth, becomes First Advisor to Projectra on Orando. (Legion vol. 4 #15, Feb. 1991)
Feb Prince Evillo hires Magpie to steal the Hypno-Stone of Ouranos from an Earthgov vault. After an argument with Evillo, however, Magpie instead gives the stone to Eve Aries (Saturn Queen). NOTES: It's not entirely clear if the Saturn Queen who appears in Legion vol. 4 is the same one who previously traveled back in time as a member of the adult Legion of Super-Villains in Adventure Comics #331 (Apr. 1965). Both Who's Who in the Legion #4 (Aug. 1988) and the 2995 Sourcebook indicate that she is; the latter also implies that she was part of the "young" LSV as early as 2981 (circa Superboy vol. 1 #208, Apr. 1975) and simply managed to avoid capture thanks to her powers. Tenzil Kem addresses her as "Saturn Queen" in Legion vol. 4 #14 (Jan. 1991), suggesting he knows who she is, but he seems remarkably unconcerned about her villainous past or likely intentions. (Legion vol. 4 #49) (E Nov. 1993)
Late Feb GLORITH REALITY ONLY: Laurel Gand visits Dawnstar on Starhaven and finds her moody and withdrawn. NOTES: Some time after this, Dawnstar's wings were cut off and she was possessed by the Bounty entity, as revealed in Legion vol. 4 #36 (L Nov. 1992). *
Mar 15 Former Legion reject Storm Boy (Myke Chypurz) becomes a Legionnaire. NOTES: Storm Boy first appeared in Adventure Comics #301 (Oct. 1962). *
Mar 28 Drura Sepht (Infectious Lass) goes into hiding to avoid Earthgov arrest and deportation orders. *
Barry (Bart) Allen (Impulse II), the grandson of Barry Allen (Flash II), is born to Don Allen and Carmen Johnson. Bart's super-speed powers cause him to age 12 years in his first two years of life. (Flash #92, June 1994)
Apr 9 Following the forced departure of Infectious Lass, her friends Chlorophyll Kid, Color Kid, and Porcupine Pete resign from the Legion. *
May 27 Polar Boy admits one-time Legion reject Calamity King (E. Davis Ester) to the Legion. NOTES: Calamity King first appeared in Adventure Comics #342 (Mar. 1966) *
Jun 30 Horrified by the Earthgov persecution of his comrades, Invisible Kid II (Jacques Foccart) resigns from the Legion. After attending the graduation ceremony of his sister Danielle, Jacques becomes a leader of the anti-Earthgov movement. *
Jul 6 The Legion formally disbands. Tharn, the new Sorcerer's World, restores Mordru's full power and names him Supreme Teacher in hopes that he will protect them from the Khunds. (Legion vol. 4 #1, Nov. 1989), (Legion vol. 4 #6, Apr. 1990)
Jul 29 Gim Allon (Colossal Boy) rejoins the Science Police. NOTES: As revealed in Legion vol. 3 #39 (Oct. 1987), Gim had been a Science Police cadet at the time of the accident that gave him his powers, although he subsequently left to join the Legion. (Legion vol. 4 #12, Oct. 1990)
Aug 22 Brek Bannin organizes the so-called "Pizza Hall Insurrection," speaking out against Earthgov human rights abuses. Science Police Earth arrests him as a subversive. (Legion vol. 4 #11, Sept. 1990)
Aug 28 On the Sorcerer's World, Mordru marries Mysa Nal, the former White Witch. On Earth, Ral Benem (Chlorophyll Kid) narrowly escapes the Science Police. NOTES: According to the first text feature in Legion vol. 4 #6 (Apr. 1990), Mordru and Mysa originally became involved before his power was restored in mid-2992, at a point where he seemed to no longer be evil. *
Sep 9 Depressed and broke, Dirk Morgna signs a lucrative contract with Earthgov to become the government's official liaison and public spokesperson. He is contractually barred from speaking or acting against Earthgov or the Dominion. (Legion vol. 4 #28, Apr. 1992)
Nov 8 Marak Russen (Atmos) applies for employment with Earthgov, hoping for a liaison position like Dirk Morgna's. Instead, the Dominion orders him sent to the Weisinger Chambers for genetic experimentation. *
Char Burrane (Starfinger II) leaves his self-imposed exile within his ring and escapes from Earth. NOTES: No precise date was established for this event, which was revealed in a news story in the 2995 Legion of Super-Heroes Sourcebook. That news item indicates that Starfinger had been in the custody of the Legion (presumably still hiding inside his ring) and escaped after the Legion disbanded, but the end of Starfinger II's previous appearance (in Legion vol. 3 Annual #4) clearly showed his ring being guarded by Science Police officers. It is possible that the story was deliberately distorted by Earthgov as part of the government's ongoing smear campaign against the Legion. *
Dec 29 Myg (Karate Kid II) is arrested by Science Police Earth. *
Jan 7 Myg is transferred to the Dominators' Weisinger Chambers beneath Metropolis to become a research subject. *
Jan 15 E. Davis Ester (Calamity King) is transferred to the Weisinger Chambers for genetic experimentation. *
Mar With the help of resistance doctors, Dag Wentim (Stone Boy) discovers that through the use of a post-hypnotic suggestion, he can retain his mobility while turned to stone, although he remains unconscious and must be directed by his comrades. *
Mar 22–23 Jo Nah "liberates" Brin Londo from Medicus One. Jacques Foccart begins a romantic relationship with Drura Sehpt (Infectious Lass). *
April 9 On Janda, Char Burrane (Starfinger II) is murdered by the Persuader on the orders of Molock Hanscom (Starfinger III). NOTES: Burrane's murder was first revealed in the second text feature in Legion vol. 4 #12 Oct. 1990), which indicates that after Burrane's death, his ring ended up in the possession of his son, Char Burrane Jr. *
May 21 Universo hires Grinn, a mercenary who previous served with Zaryan and the Dark Circle, to work for the anti-Earthgov resistance on Earth. NOTES: Although Grinn's origin was never established, it is possible that he previously appeared as one of the elemental monsters that the Legion fought at the beginning of the Magic Wars, who also appeared as disembodied grins. If so, his first appearance was Legion vol. 3 #60 (May 1989). *
Jun 12 Bobb Kohan (Crystal Kid) is arrested by Earthgov. *
Jul 18 Bobb Kohan is transferred to the Weisinger Chambers. *
Aug 14 Grev Mallor (Shadow Kid) marries Kahnya Nahtahnie, Lady Memory, in hopes of unifying Talok VIII's people. NOTES: Lady Memory's real name was revealed in the text piece in Legion vol. 4 #4 (Feb. 1990). (Legion vol. 4 #15, Feb. 1991)
Oct The Quebec City powersphere is destroyed in an apparent terrorist bombing. Earthgov blames "Khundish sympathizers." (Legion vol. 4 #17, Apr. 1991)
Braal surrenders to Imsk and becomes an occupied world under martial law. (Legion vol. 4 #1, Nov. 1989)
Nov 14 The Science Police on Rimbor issue a warrant for Jo Nah's arrest for his Silverale bootlegging operation. (Legion vol. 4 #2, Dec. 1989)
Jan 17 Earthgov brings Tyroc's home city of Marzal back to Earth's dimension and then destroys the city, painting its reappearance as a Khundish sneak attack. Tyroc (Troy Stewart), one of Marzal's few survivors, later becomes an anti-Earthgov resistance fighter. NOTES: The fact that Marzal was returned to Earth deliberately was revealed in the 2995: The Legion of Super-Heroes Sourcebook. (Legion vol. 4 #16, Mar. 1991)
Feb 24 Dirk Morgna tries unsuccessfully to intervene after Don and Dawn Allen (the former "Tornado Twins") are arrested in connection with the Quebec City powersphere disaster. NOTES: The first appearance of Don and Dawn Allen, the children of Barry Allen (Flash II) and his wife, Iris (West) Allen, was in Adventure Comics #373 (Oct. 1968), although in that story, they are described only as descendants of the Flash. *
Mar 3 Anton Relnic is elected chairman of the United Planets Council. *
Former Legionnaire Ganglios of Hykraius (Tellus) joins the Dark Circle. *
Jun 27 GLORITH REALITY ONLY: Lauren Gand is born to Laurel Gand and Rond Vidar. *
Aug Salu Digby is sent to the stockade for her continued protests of Imsk's use of the Damper weapon. (Legion vol. 4 #1, Nov. 1989)
Sep 13 On Tartarus, Prince Evillo marries Eve Aries (Saturn Queen) in order to claim control of the Hypno-Stone of Ouranos. (Legion vol. 4 #14, Jan. 1991)
Oct 19 GLORITH REALITY ONLY: Dev-Em escapes from a Interstellar Counter-Intelligence Corps "safe world," Drake VI, where he has been confined since displaying psychological instability in the wake of Glorith's destruction of Daxam. *