Final Crisis #6

    Final Crisis » Final Crisis #6 - How to Murder the Earth released by DC Comics on January 2009.

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    How to Murder the Earth last edited by MickRory on 03/11/23 07:09PM View full history

    As the entire world turns against them, the last of Earth's Super Heroes must face the unstoppable power of the Gods of Apokolips for the final time. Supergirl vs. Mary Marvel! Superman vs. Darkseid! The fate of the Flash! And the incredible return of the New Gods! The End of Days has come and the ultimate war between good and evil will at last be decided on the battlefield of a broken world!

    And as the skies bleed, as the walls between universes crumble and fall, the ultimate threat to life makes its presence felt as an evil beyond imagining arrives to claim its prize. Mandrakk the Dark Monitor is coming and the DC Multiverse will never be the same again!



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    Death Of Batman 0

    The book opens with Braniac 5 from the Legion Of Superheroes showing Superman the "Miracle Machine.  We then see that the JLA Tower under attack, then for some reason Kalibak and Desaad have taken over members of the Marvel Family. We see Checkmate agreeing to go ahead with something called The Black Gambit. This apparently has Rene Montoya leading a peacekeeping force into another universe. Luthor and Sivannah take out Libra, and surprisingly enough Sivannah gives Luthor the final word in the s...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    More mind-blowing questions 0

    Since I have yet to read anything written by Grant Morrison that is what is seems, I simply am stuck in that pathetic "Denial" stage of the five stages of bereavement. I refuse to acknowledge that Batman and Bruce Wayne are dead. This is the ending of the Batman RIP storyline (naturally DC pissed off a lot of people by having the ending in a crossover book, not Batman) so I am supposed to accept it at face value. It ends tragically with Superman holding the rather "melted" looking corpse of Batm...

    2 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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