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St. Patrick's Day Green River Booze Cruise
Aboard the Summer of George

Friday, March 17, 2017
5pm - 8pm



21+ To Enter
Name will be checked at door.
Proper identification required.



Boarding: 5:00pm 
Departs: 5:30pm 
Returns: 8:00pm




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Docked at River City Marina, the "Summer of George" was designed and built as a party cruise boat. Groups can enjoy our 100 foot vessel that has vast seating, an enclosed main deck, a full service bar and a dance floor to entertain your guests while they view the beautiful Chicago skyline. The interior is elegantly understated offering a 360 degree view from mahogany trimmed windows. The open-air upper deck is expansive with bench seating along both sides.


Directions:

The dock is located at 900 South Wells Street at River City Marina. Guests need to head south on wells street and enter through the parking lot behind the River City condominium building. The parking lot is located across from the soccer field on 9th Street and Wells. You do NOT need to go in the building 

Megan is attacked by Disruptor of the Terror Titans, whose weapons almost separate her from her future self.[7] Megan is captured and thrown into a room with Kid Devil, who has been savagely conditioned into a mindless beast. She attempts to calm his mind with her telepathy but unfortunately a reincarnated version of Granny Goodness has found a way to inhibit her Martian abilities.

Megan finally manages to restore Eddie's rational mind, and the two escape.[8] Back at Titans Tower, Megan implies that the encounter with Disruptor has allowed her to subdue her future self's consciousness. Her future counterpart seems still able to communicate with her, but M'gann shushes her effortlessly by the simple threat of siccing the cute puppies on her, e.g. feeding her images of cuteness and love.

Later, however, Megan begins showing signs of being unable to subdue her evil self, such as appearing before the team having chalk-white skin as opposed to her usually preferred green skin. She seems as surprised at this as the rest of the team, and later finally comes to the conclusion to leave the Titans for an unknown period of time. Before leaving, however, she says goodbye to the Titans and admits to Eddie that she will miss him the most, to which he questions if she is comparing him to the Scarecrow from The Wizard of Oz.


Powers and abilities

Super Strength: Miss Martian possess a vast amount of superhuman strength that is comparable to Kryptonians strength, and at full power her strength is potientally incalculable. She can further supplement her strength by increasing her size, jump incredible distances, and produce shockwaves by clapping their hands together, or stomping her feet.

Invulnerability: Miss Martian is invulnerable and has been shown to repel attacks from the likes of Despero, and deflect bullet fire. She can enhance this invulnerability by making herself super dense. This invulnerability also extends to her being able to survive in the vacuum of space, also re-entry into the earth's atmosphere, possess increased durability as a result of accelerated healing, survive in extreme temperatures, and be highly resistant to energy attacks.

Flight: Miss Martian is capable of telekinetically levitate and/or fly at Mach 10 in Earth's atmosphere. She has also been seen flying in space with no difficulty, and in space can fly at speeds that has allowed her to keep up with the likes of Superman.

Super Speed: Miss Martian has Super Speed that is comparable to Kryptonians in which allows her to travel to different locations on Earth in an instant and traverse the galaxy within a matter of hours, process thoughts and carry out actions with incredible speed as well, use her super speed to create tornadoes/whirlwinds, vibrate molecules at a high frequency, move fast enough to generate tailwind, spin in a tornado-like manner, enhance physical attacks by moving at great speeds and gaining momentum, swim at an incredible speeds, and infuse her super speed in her combat.

Superhuman Conditions: Miss Martian can reach and remain in a supernaturally physical and mental condition. She also has Superhuman Reflexes, Superhuman Agility, Enhanced Intelligence, Superhuman Memory, Superhuman Endurance, Superhuman Leap, Superhuman Vision, Superhuman Stamina, Superhuman Tracking, use any and all weapons with the proficiency of a master, and have extraordinarily expertise in stealth.

Density Control: Miss Martian can alter her density which allows her to phase through solid matter, walk on air and water, or become incredibly dense and difficult to damage.

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Miss Martian was created by Geoff Johns and Tony Daniel and first appeared in Teen Titans #37 (2006). Miss Martian is named "Megan Morse" after Marvel Comics editor Ben Morse's wife, Megan. Morse is a friend of Johns'.[1]

Fictional character biography[edit]

Miss Martian is a White Martian known as M'gann M'orzz. She serves as a member of the Teen Titans during the year between the events depicted in Infinite Crisis and the "One Year Later" stories. On Earth, she simplifies her name to Megan Morse.

M'gann M'orzz was originally sent by rocket from Mars to the Vega system, to escape the civil war between the Green Martians and the White Martians.[2] To date, it is still unknown when she came to Earth from Vega.

Initially, M'gann pretended to be a Green Martian, like the Martian Manhunter, and joined the Teen Titans. After her feelings were hurt through insensitivity and misunderstanding with her teammates, M'gann left the Titans to be a hero in Australia. Though the Titans suspected she might have been a traitor, it turned out that her accuser, Bombshell, was the actual traitor. After helping the team defeat Bombshell and proving her loyalty, she was accepted as a full member of the Titans.[3]


M'gann and Cyborg travel to Belle Reve to interrogate the depowered Bombshell. M'gann, using her telepathy on Bombshell, discovers the existence of Titans East (Bombshell is seemingly murdered by a mind-controlled Batgirl soon thereafter, but eventually recovers).[4] M'gann fights Sun Girl, who claims to be from a future in which Martians are slaves because of something that M'gann will do (Sun Girl also claims that in the future M'gann will be her slave). Unable to convince Sun Girl to tell her what she will do in the future, M'gann dives into the ocean and then hits Sun Girl with a mass of water, dousing her flames.

The Titans Tomorrow appear with Miss Martian as a member.[5] She has a different look, having embraced her White Martian heritage. Having changed her name to Martian Manhunter, she is beheaded by her present-day counterpart. As a result of this encounter, the consciousness of her future self has taken refuge in Megan's own mind.[6] An epilogue to the "Titans of Tomorrow: Today!" storyline depicts Miss Martian eight years in the future; she colludes with Lex Luthor and Tim Drake, the Robin of the time and with whom she is having an affair, to clone several deceased Titans, including Superboy and Kid Flash.