History ComicBook / FinalCrisis

4th Mar '18 8:54:22 PM nombretomado
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* SubculturesInJapan: Super Young Team's amalgamate cosplay of American superheros come from what Morrison saw of Japan's youth taking Western fashion trends and making them their own often in new, hybrid ways.
23rd Jan '18 4:43:52 AM Cryoclaste
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* ShoutOut: In ''Final Crisis Aftermath: DANCE'', the Super Young Team disbands halfway through the series and everyone goes their separate ways. True to his stated desire for "constant forward motion", Well-Spoken Sonic Lightning Flash decided to take a walk and simply kept going, eventually amassing followers who walk behind him. You know, like Forrest's cross-country run in ''ForrestGump''.

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* ShoutOut: In ''Final Crisis Aftermath: DANCE'', the Super Young Team disbands halfway through the series and everyone goes their separate ways. True to his stated desire for "constant forward motion", Well-Spoken Sonic Lightning Flash decided to take a walk and simply kept going, eventually amassing followers who walk behind him. You know, like Forrest's cross-country run in ''ForrestGump''.''Literature/ForrestGump''.
22nd Jan '18 8:04:23 AM ManOfSin
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** Same with Lex Luthor versus Libra. Luthor may be a miserable sociopath, but he loves life more than he does having to live in a evil-driven world run by Darkseid. The fact that Libra promised him first place in a rape train on Supergirl probably helped Luthor decide exactly what was what he wanted.

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** Same with Lex Luthor versus Libra. Luthor may be a miserable sociopath, but he loves life more than he does having to live in a evil-driven world run by Darkseid. The fact that Libra promised him first place in a rape train on Supergirl probably helped Luthor decide exactly what was what he wanted.
22nd Jan '18 7:10:04 AM ManOfSin
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* SexSlave: In issue 5, Libra insinuates that Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} will be used as this once she's brainwashed. [[EvenEvilHasStandards Lex Luthor is creeped out]].

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* SexSlave: In issue 5, Libra insinuates that Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} will be used as this once she's brainwashed. [[EvenEvilHasStandards Lex Luthor is creeped out]].
26th Nov '17 12:35:09 PM Anicomicgeek
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* DeathByAdaptation: In comics following this, Director Bones is depicted as having survived a failed attempt to lay siege to Darkseid's fortress in Bludhaven and Count Vertigo's fate in unknown. In the novelization, they died with Negative Woman, the Atomic Knights, and several Checkmates agents.

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* DeathByAdaptation: In comics following this, Director Bones is depicted as having survived a the first failed attempt to lay siege to Darkseid's fortress in Bludhaven and Count Vertigo's fate in is unknown. In the novelization, they died with Negative Woman, the Atomic Knights, and several Checkmates agents.
22nd Nov '17 12:41:11 PM slothrop09
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** Annoyingly this is changed in the digital version to [[spoiler: “Don’t push your luck with the judge of all evil”]]
7th Oct '17 8:48:49 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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The Rogues, a group of the Flash's most frequent enemies, refuse to align with Libra and the Secret Society following Martian Manhunter's murder, which causes Libra to seek revenge. The Rogues also seek out Inertia, the boy who manipulated them into killing his hated rival, Bart "Impulse/Kid Flash/Flash" Allen. Inertia himself has attracted the attention of Zoom.

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The Rogues, a group of the Flash's most frequent enemies, refuse to align with Libra and the Secret Society following Martian Manhunter's murder, which causes Libra to seek revenge. The Rogues also seek out Inertia, the boy who manipulated them into killing his hated rival, Bart "Impulse/Kid Flash/Flash" Allen.Allen (Impulse/Kid Flash II/The Flash IV). Inertia himself has attracted the attention of Zoom.



Superman travels across the multiverse and meets up with the various "Supermen of the Multiverse" (including an alternate [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]], an alternate ComicBook/CaptainAtom [[ShoutOut who bears a passing resemblance]] to [[Comicbook/{{Watchmen}} Dr. Manhattan]], a Nazi Superman, and the insane Ultraman) in order to obtain the vial of AppliedPhlebotinum that will save Lois Lane's life after a Secret Society bomb mortally wounds her. This causes Superman to meet the Monitors -- who are recast by Morrison as Vampire Gods who must fight Mandrakk, the "first Monitor" -- in a MindScrew of a tie-in that is probably the most required reading of the tie-ins, and was actually included in the Final Crisis trade paperback. To add to the screwiness, the issues were printed in 3-D.

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Superman travels across the multiverse and meets up with the various "Supermen of the Multiverse" (including an alternate [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]], an alternate ComicBook/CaptainAtom [[ShoutOut who bears a passing resemblance]] to [[Comicbook/{{Watchmen}} Dr. Manhattan]], a Nazi Superman, and the insane Ultraman) in order to obtain the vial of AppliedPhlebotinum that will save Lois Lane's life after a Secret Society bomb mortally wounds her. This causes Superman to meet the Monitors -- who are recast by Morrison as Vampire Gods who must fight Mandrakk, the "first Monitor" -- in a MindScrew of a tie-in that is probably the most required reading of the tie-ins, and was actually included in the Final Crisis ''Final Crisis'' trade paperback.paperback's second edition. To add to the screwiness, the issues were printed in 3-D.



The "Crisis of the 31st Century" occurs as the Time Trapper brings Superboy-Prime to the future to kill people and ruin Superman's name in the process -- with the help of the combined might of just about every single Legion villain alive. This forces Superman to unite all three incarnations of the Legion of Super-Heroes, along with resurrecting both Bart Allen and Conner "Superboy" Kent, to stop both Superboy-Prime's murderous rampage and his benefactor, the Time Trapper. This miniseries has little to do with the main plot of ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis'', though Superman arrives in the final act of the main story just as he leaves the 31st century. ScheduleSlip led to this book not getting an ending until midway through DC's ''next'' CrisisCrossover.

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The "Crisis of the 31st Century" occurs as the Time Trapper brings Superboy-Prime to the future to kill people and ruin Superman's name in the process -- with the help of the combined might of just about every single Legion villain alive. This forces Superman to unite all three incarnations of the Legion of Super-Heroes, along with resurrecting both Bart Allen and Conner "Superboy" Kent, Kent (Superboy, killed in ''Infinite Crisis''), to stop both Superboy-Prime's murderous rampage and his benefactor, the Time Trapper. This miniseries has little to do with the main plot of ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis'', though Superman arrives in the final act of the main story just as he leaves the 31st century. ScheduleSlip led to this book not getting an ending until midway through DC's ''next'' CrisisCrossover.
20th Sep '17 3:54:23 PM Materioptikon
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* DisneyVillainDeath: Luthor blasts Libra at point-blank range... but there's no corpse left behind. An irritated Sivana outright calls it a classic "We haven't heard the last of him!" situation.


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* EvilIsEasy: When freed of the Justifier helmet, Green Arrow still remains under the control of Darkseid. When Black Canary confronts him, he can only wearily moan just how ''easy'' Anti-Life is.
20th Sep '17 3:44:36 PM Materioptikon
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* DeathByAdaptation: In comics following this, Director Bones is depicted as having survived a failed attempt to lay siege to Darkseid's fortress in Bludhaven and Count Veritgo's fate in unknown. In the novelization, they died with Negative Woman, the Atomic Knights, and several Checkmates agents.

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* DealWithTheDevil: The story starts when Libra shows up on Earth promising supervillains their fondest wish at the low cost of their souls, promising an era when Good has lost its battle with Evil.
* DeathByAdaptation: In comics following this, Director Bones is depicted as having survived a failed attempt to lay siege to Darkseid's fortress in Bludhaven and Count Veritgo's Vertigo's fate in unknown. In the novelization, they died with Negative Woman, the Atomic Knights, and several Checkmates agents.


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* VeryPunchableMan: Human Flame. A loud-mouthed, two-bit thug that thought losing ''once'' to Martian Manhunter made him Lex Luthor's better, he was the first one in line to sign up with Libra. At his behest, Libra brutally killed J'onn, and in exchange, he forced an Apokoliptian helmet on the fool's head, [[MindRape turning him into]] [[MindControl the first Justifier]]. He was further kicked around in the folllow-up series, mostly due to his own idiotic greed, and when he finally got enough power to make the waves he wanted, he was defeated by using so much of it he became a gigantic, immobile statue.
6th Sep '17 7:00:20 AM WolfMattGrey
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* AllianceOfAlternates: Superman gathers the "Supermen of the Multiverse" to save Lois. He also brings together different incarnations of the Legion of Super-Heroes to fight Superboy-Prime and the Time Trapper.
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