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Infinite Crisis Paperback – January 16, 2008
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After the original Crisis, the four surviving memebers were Superman and Lois Lane of Earth 2 (from The Golden Age type comics ); Superboy from Earth Prime (the Superboy from the early Superboy stories) and Alexander Luthor of Earth 3 (son of Lex Luthor who is actually a good guy amongst the CSA which has evil versions of the JLA, Owlman, Ultraman, etc). After surviving and playing pivotal roles in the original crisis, these folks have been on a self-imposed exile in "paradise" and have been watching Earth 1 (this is the Earth with our regular characters). But much to their disappointment, despite their sacrifices, the heroes of Earth 1 have lost their ways...i.e. Batman being mindwiped, JLA is disbanded, Superman can't lead, Wonder Woman kills Maxwell Lord, Batman's Brother I satellite turning on the superheros etc.). They decided to break out and return to Earth 1 to teach the Earth 1 heroes what it means to be heroes...at least that's what Earth 2 Superman wants. Superboy Prime simply misses his old world, his parents, his girl and wants to return home. The real culprit here is Alex Luthor who channels these emotions as a fuel to get what he wants....a perfect Earth.Read more ›
To illustrate how incomprehensible Crisis will be if you're not an avid DCU fan, take a look for those internet sites that trace all the comics that are related to Infinte Crisis. There's a huge number of titles that you need to read just to understand what's happening in the first issue of Infinte Crisis. All in all, not one for the casual fan.
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This was my entry into DC Comics and comics in general back when it was first published in 05-06. There is a lot of history and bsckstory that, quite frankly, I had to read up on... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Andrew
I read it because I read the first crisis and I love this one very good storyPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Infinite Crisis is an event for long-time fans of DC. The story references a lot of well-known and some lower tier characters, intertwining a number of events across the planet. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jason Frey
I read this book a few years ago. I forgot how good this series is.Published 1 month ago by Bernard Jackson
Zero hour perfected the time stream, one universe, one Batman, one Superman, golden age Batman is same as silver age Batman, perfect. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gavan
This book may be confusing at times, but it's a very fun read and once you understand the story, you will not be able to get your eyes off the pages. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Eobard Thawne