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This is the story that changed the DC Universe forever. A mysterious being known as the Anti-Monitor has begun a crusade across time to bring about the end of all existence. As alternate earths are systematically destroyed, the Monitor quickly assembles a team of super-heroes from across time and space to battle his counterpart and stop the destruction. DC's greatest heroes including Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, and Aquaman, assemble to stop the menace, but as they watch both the Flash and Supergirl die in battle, they begin to wonder if even all of the heroes in the world can stop this destructive force.

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3 comments on “Crisis On Infinite Earths”

  1. Great story One of my favorite graphic novels. I wouldn't recommend it to just about anyone though. It's main flaw is that you gotta at least have an idea, of who a lot of the characters are, to fully get the experience of the story. Fortunately, most characters only make limited appearances and most of the book follows the more well known characters (The Supermen and family, Justice Society/League, Teen Titans, Legion of Super Heroes, etc), however it's makes for better reading to know who the Losers,...

  2. Excellent Blast from the Past I read this first back in grade school. Up to high school I only read Marvel comics. At the time I was already a geeky comic book fan & collector when I became a teenager. I saved $$ from After Summer School jobs & a generous allowance from my parents. (They did believe that being a comic nerd was better than being a gangstered thug) I bought each issue of The Crisis & loved the story. Became a long time DC Comics fan since then. 29 years later I saw this on sale as an eBook and downloaded it...

  3. A logical entry point (if a bit overwhelming) for someone wanting to "get into" DC continuity What a mammoth, epic read! If there is such a thing as 'too epic' look no further than some parts of this tale. ­čÖé The art hasn't aged well for me, and the story is far too convoluted, featuring perforce every. damn. character... (too many I didn't know)... but the breadth of the writer's ambition just amazed me.My big problem with DC - and to a lesser extent, Marvel - has always been the convoluted, ever extending continuity (or lack thereof), not to mention the rebirths and...

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