Rodor and Twain agreed to abandon the project and parted ways, but Professor Rodor discovered that.Religion of Crime and has also done work with the Birds of Prey.Unlike other vigilante superheroes, O'Neil's Question is primarily focused on the politics of his city, and rather than hunting down the perpetrators of petty theft, he tends to fight the corrupt government of Hub City.
However, the Question was only featured in a supporting role, where he was constantly complaining about how Pandora and Phantom Stranger did not care about helping him find out his true identity.Introduced in Blue Beetle vol.
When he returned to the city, he resumed his journalist and superhero careers with adventures that tended to illustrate various philosophic points.Huntress later worked closely with Sage's successor as the Question, Renee Montoya, and is saddened to hear of Sage's death.
References occurred on Legends of Tomorrow.The Question briefly appeared alongside his fellow Charlton "Action Heroes" as part of the Sentinels of Justice published by AC Comics.( 1986 ) Montoya took the position in 52 Week #48.
He displays no discernible philosophical commitments, aside from a determination to recruit Montoya and to have her decide who she is and who she will become.They then erased his memory and teleported him to the 21st century to spend the rest of his existence tormented by his disfigurement, forgotten, and not knowing who he was.Five Books of Blood' trade profile at DC".