||Only the cover, 11:2, and 14:3-15:1 are dealt
||Among the items on the cover are Superboys
jacket, Steels hammer, Wonder Womans lasso, a Green
Lantern power battery, Green Arrows arrows, Blue Devils
lance, a Batarang, Mr. Tawky Tawny, Aquamans hook, one
of Hawkmans blades, the Bug-Eyed Bandits helmet,
the winged sandals of Mercury, the Achilles vest, one of Cosmic
Boys Goldfarbian disks, two of Eclipsos diamonds,
a Legion flight ring, one of Arkons lightning bolts (from
Marvel Comics), Lobos hook and chain, and one of the Chris
King/Vicki Grant H-Dials. This is non-continuity, of course.
||The statue is wearing a Green Lantern ring and
a Legion flight ring. Other identifiable items in Scavengers
trove are a Mr. Atom robot and Blue Devils lance.
|Three unattached Legion flight
rings are possibly in existence in the 20th century at this time:
the one the preboot Legionnaires gave to President Reagan in
Booster Gold #9 (which presumably was given to the Smithsonian
Museum and eventually made its way to the 25th century Space
Museum), Booster Golds flight ring (the same as the previous
one, stolen from the Space Museum, brought back to the 20th century,
and subsequently lots in the Swiss Alps in < >), and Shvaughn
Erins ring, which was lost during Team 20s trip through
Under the theory that post-Crisis,
preboot Legion appearances need to be discarded or modified to
adhere to the postboot continuity, the Booster Gold #9
flight ring must either be excised or attributed to a yet-to-occur
event from the postboot Legionnaires. If that ring is excised,
then Booster Golds flight ring has to come from another
source. A logical continuity (and the one we will adhere
to until indications prove otherwise) is that Shvaughns
ring was recovered by Scavenger and is the ring seen here.
At some future point, the ring became part of the Space Museums
collection (perhaps with a large portion of one of Scavengers
troves). Booster Gold subsequently stole it and fled to
the 20th century, and eventually lost it (along with his arm)
in the Swiss Alps.
Yes, this is all quite confusing.
In fact, in the letters column in Justice League America
#39, DC admitted that they had no explanation for Booster Golds
flight ring, so they tended to not have him use it or refer to
it. (That same issue had Blue Beetle refer to Boosters
flight rings [plural], though.)
||This is the same statue. We cant
see the hand which had the rings on it to know if they are still
there or not.
||The Atomic Knights shield is behind Auras