Infinite Crisis #1

    Infinite Crisis » Infinite Crisis #1 - Infinite Crisis released by DC Comics on December 2005.

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    Infinite Crisis last edited by aphillips17 on 06/04/23 11:31PM View full history

    It's finally here: the comics event so massive that it built over the first half of 2005, through COUNTDOWN, DAY OF VENGEANCE, RANN/THANAGAR WAR, VILLAINS UNITED and THE OMAC PROJECT! Prepare for the dawn of the DCU's darkest day in INFINITE CRISIS, a 7-issue miniseries written by Geoff Johns ( GREEN LANTERN, JSA) with art by Phil Jimenez (OTHERWORLD, Uncanny X-Men) & Andy Lanning (OTHERWORLD) and covers by George Pеrez ( CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS) and Jim Lee (BATMAN, SUPERMAN) & Sandra hope!

    Surrounded by their most fearsome enemies, the world's greatest heroes are divided within and without. DC's icons - Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman - are joined by Nightwing, Supergirl, Donna Troy, Superboy, Robin, Wonder Girl, Green Lantern, the Flash and more as they face their most dire hour. What happens next will destroy friendships and lives, dictating the direction of the universe for the next generation! Years in the making, the greatest event to hit the DCU in over two decades is about to explode - don't miss out!

    It is a dark time on Earth one. Even the three greatest heroes Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman are at each others throats. The only ones who seem to be working together are the villains and they kill more and more people. Even the heroes are not safe. Meanwhile the misfits from the DC mutiverse free themselves from their "heaven"



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    Rumbling DCU 0

    Infinite Crisis # 1 - W Geoff Johns, P - Phill Jimenez, I - Andy  Lanning Earth is dying and when the greatest super-heroes of DCU can´t work together, all hell breaks loose. This issues has all the elements that a good story arc is supposed to: great dialogues (the members of Freedom Fighters just before getting their ass kicked; the tension between Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman, due to the latest events/Diana murdering Maxwel Lord), a pretty good narrative (how Johns put together a vast se...

    11 out of 11 found this review helpful.

    I hated giving four stars 0

     The End I hated giving four stars for this book because so many characters die poorly.  That said this book was awesome and when I would usually grade low on a death book like this I couldn't help but love it.  The art was great and the story was great and the concept was great it just had a couple flaws that take away from my enjoyment of a book like this.  First let me start with the arguing DC Trinity.  They bicker like kids while the Freedom Fighters get stomped hard on a mission they w...

    9 out of 9 found this review helpful.
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