A sequel to Justice League: Key to Dreams. NASA has recently discovered a new planet known as Cygnus 4019. At the same time, a U.S. government sponsored secret program is put in place to combat the growing metahuman threat. A.R.G.U.S. intelligence agent Amanda Waller pitches the President of the United States the idea of capturing the supervillains of the world and permanently exile them to the distant Cygnus 4019, nicknamed Salvation, via the Boom Tube, and the government helps initiate this plan with Amanda, Rick Flag, and Task Force X (the Suicide Squad) carrying it out. What she didn't tell them is that some of the villains being captured and sent into exile would also include Squad members who are no longer needed, such as Floyd Lawton/Deadshot. According to Flag, the prisoners would not be getting any supplies or equipment for their survival, as that would make the government responsible for them, and once they're offworld, they are no longer Earth's responsibility. After arriving on the hell planet, the villains find themselves being split into two warring factions, one led by Superman's arch-nemesis Lex Luthor and the other led by the Joker, Batman's greatest and most deadly foe. Meanwhile, on Earth, several villains, led by the Key, take refuge with the Justice League and are imprisoned. The villains assume that, once the danger of exile is past, the Key will be able to free them whenever they wish, but a dampening field in the prison prevents the Key from using his enhanced intelligence.
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