This kind of thing just ends up jumbling up what is a pretty convoluted story line to begin with.
For these reasons alone, any DC Comics fan has to read the brilliant Crisis on Infinite Earths by Marv Wolfan and George Perez.
And if you are reading it just to see heroes get killed off, very little of that happens either, so don't believe the hype!
Really exciting. The plot will keep the reader turning page after page. The artwork is exactly to my taste. It is nice reading a comic with the characters from my youth.Published 7 days ago by Dane Grannon
There are corny parts and the art isn't always appealing, definaltly a comic older fans would enjoy more but death of super girl and flash are reason enough to buy it, identity... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Elijah
This was more complex than I remembered. I read this years and years ago but I figured I'd re-add it to my current collection. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Alex
This book changed the universe and the industry. If the current state of the DC universe has you dizzy, going back to this amazing book may be the cure. And who knows? Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rafael FERNANDEZ
It was the longest most tedious read I think I have ever read. I also didn't know it was written in (I think) 1985.Published 3 months ago by the Krank
1985 I read Crisis as it came out... it was awesome then and it remains so today. This is the BEST of the comics world company wide crossover events. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Anthony W.
It's massive and epic in scope. There's a ton of old school DC heroes that I had no idea about. But things pick up in issue seven and onward. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Richard Giraldi