When Mister Thoughts Was Literally Just A Disembodied Voice!
Mister Mind’s return to the DC Universe in wake of Crisis was first hinted at in Roy Thomas’ Shazam! It closed with a defeated Dr. Sivana hiding out and ingesting tequila in a Mexican dive bar. He ponders how he will defeat Captain Marvel when he sees a worm within the bottle and has the idea of utilizing it as a weapon in opposition to the hero. An escaped Mister Mind, hungry for revenge, assembled a brand new, smaller group which included Doctor Sivana, his evil kids Georgia and Sivana Jr, and Ibac. They attempted to assault the Marvel Family – Captain Marvel, Mary Marvel, and Captain Marvel Jr. – with a death ray that created “dream” monsters using first evil ideas and later the nightmares of Uncle Marvel.
revealing to Billy that he is utilizing him as a number and never Doctor Sivana. Mister Mind states to the Shazam Family that he plans to use C.C. He then proceeds to summon the Monster Society of Evil leaving Dummy behind who is tricked by Superboy-Prime into freeing him.
Shazam Reveals Mister Mind’s Best Weak Spot
Mr Mind claimed to be from an alien planet of worms, however he was extra intelligent than another. Mister Mind and Doctor Sivana plan to go to the Monsterlands so as to construct the Monster Society of Evil from its inhabitants. As King Kid fights the Shazam Family in Philadelphia, Doctor Sivana and Mister Mind are directed to a boat by Dummy who cannot accompany them since he can’t take care of water. When they arrive at the Dungeon of Eternity, Mister Mind states that the inmates of the Dungeon of Eternity were gathered from everywhere in the Magiclands and imprisoned for challenging the Council of Wizards. In addition, Mister Mind said that the Monsterlands was once called the Gods’ Realm till the day of Black Adam’s betrayal which led them to strip the gods of their powers and close the doorways to the Magiclands.
Mister Mind’s remains are taken into captivity and Mister Mind regenerates inside a jail cell within the Justice League Watchtower. Similar to Kryptonian and Interlac, this was a cipher primarily based on an “alien” alphabet. Various alien characters in DC Comics have been seen using it since. Oggar – An immortal sorcerer of nice energy, though his spells don’t immediately work on females, with power and durability matching Captain Marvel. Mister Atom – An indestructible and superstrong genocidal robotic, who possesses the ability of an atomic bomb.