For years, Dox studied, becoming the most intelligent being of the 31st century.
At the age of twelve, he was officially given the title of Brainiac 5.
Since then, several other heroes have come to the fore, with the formation of the Justice League. With his return, he revealed that Prime Earth had been robbed of an entire decade of experiences and memories by some unknown force, and this was the reason the universe did not revert to the way it was before Flashpoint, and why everyone was ten years younger.
Querl Dox was the fifth of the line of the original Brainiac.
Bookplates, like books themselves, were once the province of the rich and so tended to feature aristocratic flourishes, like coats of arms. Guest blogger Elizabeth Manus is a writer living in New York City.
They have been radically democratized--chains like Barnes and Noble sell mass-produced examples you can slap into the latest Patterson thriller. She has been a book review editor at the Boston Phoenix, and a columnist for The New York Observer and Metro.
Joshua Rothman is a graduate student and Teaching Fellow in the Harvard English department, and an Instructor in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
EP, dropping next Friday, and you can preorder the project on i Tunes. As always, e X is spitting his heart out, and at the end he’s even taking shots at one of his own family members.