CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS
Originally published between April 1985 and March 1986.
The Multiverse is under siege by a mysterious force powerful enough to wipe out the lives of billions. One by one, parallel worlds are disappearing in a wave of antimatter. The heroes of Earths 1 and 2 are gathered to fight for their very existence. Worlds will live. Worlds will die. The universe will be changed forever.
With Crisis on Infinite Earths, DC Comics dramatically altered comic books’ original universe, tragically dooming some of the world’s most beloved characters and drastically altering others. A defining event in comics history, Crisis was arguably the first companywide crossover to make good on its promise of lasting change.
The collection features stunning artwork by some of the best artists working today with stories by the most celebrated writers. Every story has an introduction that places it in context, introduces the players, profiles the creators and explains what makes the story special.
You will receive each tale in a new hardback edition, as well as an array of bonus features such as reprints from the Golden Age and Silver Age of comics, including the first appearances of Batman and Superman, the origins of famous heroes and villains, their first team ups and some of the most important moments in their histories.
Start building your own library of some of the greatest super hero stories ever published in The DC Comics Graphic Novel Collection
Fantastic stories from 75 years of DC History
The Adventures Of The World’s Greatest Super Heroes
In Each Hardback Graphic Novel
Each of these classic stories has a brand new introduction that explores the nature of comics in the past, puts the stories in their historical context, and explains why DC super heroes were such revolutionary characters.
Discover how some of DC Comics’ iconic heroes met and teamed up for the first time. Superman and Batman had existed for more than a decade before they first met in 1952’s Superman #76, a story that sees Clark Kent and Bruce Wayne sharing a cabin.
Relive some of the most significant moments in DC Comics’ history many of which changed the characters forever, including the comic book introduction of Kryptonite in 1949, years after it had featured in the hugely successful Superman radio series.
Relive the debuts of the most famous heroes and Villains in the DC universe. Most of the characters made their first appearances in short strips published in the ’30s and ’40s.
Surprisingly few comics revealed the characters’ full origins when they made their debuts. Batman is simply a millionaire who dons a costume to fight crime.
Batman: Hush Part 1
Batman: Hush Part 2
Superman: Last Son Of Krypton
Justice League: Tower Of Babel
Superman Batman: Public Enemies
Batman and Son
JLA: Year One: Part 1
JLA: Year One: Part 2
Harley Quinn: Preludes and Knock-Knock Jokes
Harley Quinn: Preludes and Knock-Knock Jokes
Superman: Man of Steel
Batman: A death in the family
Lex Luthor: Man of steel
JLA: Earth 2
The Brave and the Bold: The Lords of Luck
Green Lantern: Secret Origin
Superman: The Death of Superman
Batman: The Long Halloween, Part 1
Batman: The Long Halloween, Part 2
Born to Run
Robin: Year 1
Superman Batman: Supergirl
Wonder Woman: Paradise Lost
JLA: The Nail
Batman: The Doom That Came To Gotham
Wonder Woman: The Circle
Catwoman: Selina's Big Score
JLA: Justice - Part 1
JLA: Justice - Part 2
Superman: Secret Origin
Batgirl: Year One
Batman: Birth of the Demon - Part 1
Batman: Birth of the Demon - Part 2
Young Justice: A League of their Own
Catwoman: Trail of the Catwoman
Green Arrow: Quiver - Part 1
Green Arrow: Quiver - Part 2
The Flash: Rogue War
Batman: Strange Apparitions
Superman: Birthright Part 1
Superman: Birthright Part 2
Wonder Woman: Eyes of the Gorgon
DC: The New Frontier Part 1
DC: The New Frontier Part 2
The Flash: The Return of Barry Allen
JLA: Another Nail
Wonder Woman: Gods and Mortals
Batman: The Man who Laughs / Arkham Asylum
JLA: NEW WORLD ORDER
THE NEW TEEN TITANS: THE JUDAS CONTRACT
SUPERMAN: FOR TOMORROW (part 1)
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