- James Robinson
- Javier Pina
- Javier Pina
- ? [as Hi-Fi]
- Travis Lanham
- Mon-El; Mitch; Doctor Light [Kimiyo Hoshi]; The Guardian [Jim Harper clone]; Tellus (hands only); Captain Nazi (cameo); Steel [John Henry Irons] (cameo); Dax-Am (intro); Lon-Am (flashback); Zax Vane (flashback); Van Toth (flashback); Juyu (flashback); Bal Gand (flashback); Eradicator (flashback); Sorrow Cult (flashback); Van (flashback); Clark Kent (flashback); Krypton; Daxam
- Someone has given Mon-El red crystals that can show him the past on his planet, Daxam. Using them, he finds out his planet's history starts on Krypton. The people there spread beyond their planet, expanding in conquest and colonization. One such traveler was Dax-Am, who colonized the planet Daxam. In combination with the natives, the new society grew, and eventually reached for the stars themselves, but not in conquest, rather in trust. One traveler came to Earth, and fell in love with an Aztec man, but returned to Daxam carrying their child. Years passed, and many on Daxam started to fear the stars, but not descendants of the female traveler. Wars were fought, and most people ended up fearing other worlds. But at the time of Lar Gand, some did not fear, but had to meet in secret. Two such people were Lar and his friend Van, who even found a rocket ship; the female travelers craft (still working). But they were betrayed, and Van was captured and Lar forced to flee in the rocket. The ship still had programmed into it a course to Earth, which Lar follows, crashing at the Kent farm where he is found by Clark Kent. Mon-El now realizes that the female traveler was his ancestor; he has Earth blood in him.
Story continued from Superman (DC, 2006 series) #690.
- Ian Sattler
Ian talks about attending Fan Expo Canada in Toronto and the DC guests that will be there. Appears on page 45 in this issue.
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