Comic 3: Triumph of the Toa
Comic Information
Alternate titleTriumph of the Toa
WriterGreg Farshtey
IllustratorCarlos D'Anda
ColorerPeter Pantazis
LettererRandy Elliott
ReleasedOctober 2001
Number in series3
Previous comicComic 2: Deep Into Darkness
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Triumph of the Toa was the third BIONICLE comic of the original BIONICLE comic series.


Makuta is observing his Rahi as Lewa falls to a waiting Muaka with his mask out of reach, and Gali is cornered by a group of four Rahi. Lewa manages to save himself for the moment by grabbing onto a branch when Onua drags the Muaka underground. Meanwhile Gali finds herself saved by Tahu when a Tarakava knocks her into the nearby sea. Gali has a strange vision of Akamai and Wairuha telling her the fate of her and the other Toa. When she awakes, she finds that she is on the surface again and that Tahu has defeated the Rahi.

The Toa get together and discuss teaming up when a nearby mountain explodes and becomes an active volcano. Lewa, with his newfound Mask of Speed, helps Onua charge up the volcano and create a trench for the lava to flow through. The volcano turns out to be an distraction from Makuta to lessen the number of Toa. The four remaining Toa get ambushed by Rahi. Gali gets attacked by a Muaka, but manages to dodge it for Kopaka to freeze.

Meanwhile, Tahu is about to get ambushed by two Tarakava when Pohatu kicks a boulder towards the monsters, which Tahu dodges. Suddenly a massive tidal wave of sand sent by Makuta rises to crush Tahu. Fortunately, Tahu uses his fire to turn the sand to glass. However, two Nui-Rama shatter the glass, and pick up Tahu and drop him. Onua manages to catch Tahu in time. Meanwhile Kopaka and Gali are being assaulted by two Nui-Jaga. While Kopaka protects himself with his Mask of Shielding, Gali summons the water from an underground spring to burst through the surface and launch the Nui-Jaga onto the air and back down into the sea. Meanwhile, the Nui-Rama return with reinforcements, but Onua throws a boulder towards them. Finally it's over, and the Toa vow to stand together until Mata Nui is free.






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