Icon #26 (June 1995):
“One Size Fits All”
by Dwayne McDuffie, Francisco Ruiz-Velasco, Jeffery Moore, Robert J. Walker, etc.

Icon #26

Title: “One Size Fits All”

Medium: comic

Cover date: June 1995

Publisher: DC Milestone Media
Written by: Dwayne McDuffie
Art by: Francisco Ruiz-Velasco, Jeffery Moore, Robert J. Walker, Bobby Rae, Erika A. Santiago, Prentis Rollins

8 characters in this story:

(Click links for info about character
and his/her religious practice, affiliation, etc.)
Pub. #
Icon Icon (Augustus Freeman)
(lead character)
CBR Scale: I alien
The Shadow Cabinet DC Milestone Media 73
Rocket Rocket (Raquel Ervin) hero
  black; The Shadow Cabinet... 
[Icon's partner]
DC Milestone Media 58
The Cooperative The Cooperative supporting character group
  [1st app: Icon #1 (May 1993)] DC Milestone Media 3
Rocket Rocket (Darnice) supporting character
  [Rocket's close friend; temporarily replaced her as "Rocket"] DC Milestone Media 10
Amistad Augustus Ervin Amistad Augustus Ervin supporting character
[child of teenage mom super-heroine Rocket]
DC Milestone Media 6
Icon (Rufus T. Wild) hero
[parody of Luke Cage]
DC Milestone Media 8
Oblivion Oblivion (Kali'kak) villain
CBR Scale: M alien
[sabotaged Icon's ship; made it crash on Earth] DC Milestone Media 5
Arnus II Arnus II supporting character
CBR Scale: M alien
The Cooperative
[clone of Icon]
DC Milestone Media 1

Reprints of this comic:
Icon: Mothership Connection (May 2010): "One Size Fits All"

Summary (from

Rocket returns to face Oblivion as Darnice flees with Amistad. Arnus II argues that Earth is a dangerous planet. As Arnus begins to continue his testimony he is interrupted by a transmission from Earth. Rocket continues to battle Oblivion. Oblivion seems indestructible as he moves to kill Rocket. Arnus II tells Arnus how Oblivion escaped his punishment and was behind his accident. Rocket continues her battle with Oblivion, but is close to defeat when Icon returns.