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Story by Paul Dini; Story consultant Keith Giffen; Scripts by Tony Bedard; Art by Pete Woods and Tom Derenick; Covers by Woods

It's all-out war as the Challengers find Ray Palmer - and so does everyone else! The fate of a universe hangs in the balance, as heroes and villains from across the multiverse face betrayal and death with Earth as their battlefield!

Plus, more DC Villains origin backup stories, including The Origin of Gorilla Grodd by Scott Beatty and Arthur Adams!


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I love this!...I hate this! do love this..or do i? 0

All I want is a good old soopa-hero story. All these alternate realities and heroes are wasting the essence of comicdom. I have 2 rules of comics which are really simple and I wish both DC and Marvel would adopt them: No.1 When a character dies..they die! fullstop! (mind you I did like Kevin Smith bringing back Ollie Queen..but he's a favourite! lol). Think of the poor blokes who have to carve gravestones or sculpt memorial statues 4godssake! No.2 There should be only one earth! Get over ...

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Rise of the Red Robin! 0

Spoilers!So this is the issue when Jason Todd finally dons the Red Robin persona. Superman Prime confronts Monarch, Donna becomes a queen, and Superwoman misplaces her eyes(read it and you'll know what I mean.)I thought this was a very good issue, not perfect, but Countdown has certainly gotten better lately. It finally seems to be going somewhere. I don't understand the point of having Jason become Red Robin but it certainly doesn't change his personality. He's still brutal. There are a few gre...

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