Characters Appearing: Cindy Adams, Rick Jones, ROM, Starshine II
Issue(s): ROM #67
In this story, ROM finds a world where the people are kept in cryogenic storage for a millennium at a time and only awoken for less than a day when the planet's twin suns are in the right position.
For action, ROM gets into a brief altercation with the planet's guardian, but he solves things by using his translator device to convince the guardian that he means no harm.
Minor question: back in ROM #23, ROM had to borrow a Skrull Saucer from the Fantastic Four in order to return to his homeworld. But after the Wraithwar, ROM seems capable of interstellar space flight without a ship, and that's actually how he arrived on Earth in issue #1 as well. I wonder what it was about his trip in issue #23 that required an spaceship.
Quality Rating: C+
Chronological Placement Considerations: N/A
Continuity Insert? N
My Reprint: N/A
Regarding your question - on his own, the journey took 200 years right? So I'm guessing that though he can seem to fly at faster-than-light, it's a slower ftl than the Skrull ship. (The Skrulls come from a different galaxy, right? So their ships are capable of rapid inter-galactic transportation)
Posted by: Erik Robbins | October 13, 2013 2:55 PM
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