History ComicBook / FinalCrisis

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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.
31st Aug '17 10:57:11 AM CosmicFerret
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The story to ''Final Crisis'' begins with Darkseid having killed his son, Orion; he has also sent his minion Libra to Earth to gather Earth's villains under his control and arrange for the murder of the ComicBook/MartianManhunter. In the meantime, Darkseid orders fellow god Granny Goodness to possess a GreenLantern, who is used to frame Hal Jordan for killing Orion and capture Batman. As [[TheFlash Barry Allen]] returns from the void of death in a (failed) attempt to save Orion, Darkseid unleashes the Anti-Life Equation upon Earth, enslaving billions of humans. This event forces the few remaining non-corrupted heroes and villains into hiding as Earth struggles to defeat Darkseid and prevent the coming of a greater threat... one that looms within the multiverse and seeks to finish what Darkseid started in bringing about -- ''the end of everything''.

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The story to ''Final Crisis'' begins with Darkseid having killed his son, Orion; he has also sent his minion Libra to Earth to gather Earth's villains under his control and arrange for the murder of the ComicBook/MartianManhunter. In the meantime, Darkseid orders fellow god Granny Goodness to possess a GreenLantern, who is used to frame Hal Jordan for killing Orion and capture Batman. As [[TheFlash [[ComicBook/TheFlash Barry Allen]] returns from the void of death in a (failed) attempt to save Orion, Darkseid unleashes the Anti-Life Equation upon Earth, enslaving billions of humans. This event forces the few remaining non-corrupted heroes and villains into hiding as Earth struggles to defeat Darkseid and prevent the coming of a greater threat... one that looms within the multiverse and seeks to finish what Darkseid started in bringing about -- ''the end of everything''.



!!!''Final Crisis: [[TheFlash Rogues' Revenge]]'':

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!!!''Final Crisis: [[TheFlash [[ComicBook/TheFlash Rogues' Revenge]]'':



This is the name given to several ''Final Crisis'' tie-ins throughout Franchise/TheDCU -- ''ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey'' #118, ''TheFlash'' vol. 2 #240, ''ComicBook/InfinityInc'' vol. 2 #11-12, ''The ComicBook/TeenTitans'' vol. 3 #59-60, and ''Terror Titans'' #1-6. Shortly before ''Final Crisis'', Darkseid (in the mortal guise of Boss Dark Side) captures several adolescent superhumans and forces them to fight to the death for his amusement. Mostly notable for introducing [[ComicBook/{{Static}} Static]] to the DC Universe.

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This is the name given to several ''Final Crisis'' tie-ins throughout Franchise/TheDCU -- ''ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey'' #118, ''TheFlash'' ''ComicBook/TheFlash'' vol. 2 #240, ''ComicBook/InfinityInc'' vol. 2 #11-12, ''The ComicBook/TeenTitans'' vol. 3 #59-60, and ''Terror Titans'' #1-6. Shortly before ''Final Crisis'', Darkseid (in the mortal guise of Boss Dark Side) captures several adolescent superhumans and forces them to fight to the death for his amusement. Mostly notable for introducing [[ComicBook/{{Static}} Static]] to the DC Universe.



* BackFromTheDead: Barry Allen returns as TheFlash for the first time in 23 years. Superboy and a de-aged Bart Allen are revived in ''Legion of 3 Worlds''.

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* BackFromTheDead: Barry Allen returns as TheFlash ComicBook/TheFlash for the first time in 23 years. Superboy and a de-aged Bart Allen are revived in ''Legion of 3 Worlds''.
18th Aug '17 6:04:40 PM Materioptikon
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* DoNotAdjustYourSet: Simyan and Mokkari's contribution to Darkseid's plan, giving him three billion soldiers in the blink of an eye and effectively enslaving Earth.
9th Aug '17 1:03:14 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* [[YouHave48Hours You Have 24 Hours To]] [[SavingTheWorld Save The Multiverse]]
5th Aug '17 7:36:49 AM Materioptikon
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* HypnoTrinket: The Justifier helmets are a particularly nasty version, coupling Mad Hatter's technology with a constant broadcast of the Anti-Life Equation, so even removing the helmet won't do anything to help the sap inside. [[spoiler: This comes to bite Libra in the ass when it turns out Sivana can override Hatter's tech to transmit Luthor's voice as Darkseid's, instantly giving him Libra's army.]]
* IHaveYourWife: Almost subverted in the comic miniseries ''Final Crisis: Rogues Revenge''. The agents of the Big Bad Libra kidnap the father of Rogues leader Captain Cold. They threaten to kill him unless Cold and the Rogues surrender. But the bad guys don't understand that his father's sadistic abuse and terror was the main factor in shaping Cold's personality. So he tells them that he will hunt them down, kill them, and ''kill his father himself''. The Rogues do kill the bad guys, but Cold does not kill his father. Instead he orders his teammate Heatwave to burn him to death.

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* HypnoTrinket: The Justifier helmets are a particularly nasty version, coupling Mad Hatter's technology with a constant broadcast of the Anti-Life Equation, so even removing the helmet won't do anything to help the sap inside. [[spoiler: This comes to bite Libra in the ass when it turns out Sivana can override Hatter's tech to transmit Luthor's voice as Darkseid's, instantly giving him stealing Libra's army.]]
* IHaveYourWife: Almost subverted in the comic miniseries ''Final Crisis: Rogues Rogues' Revenge''. The agents of the Big Bad Libra kidnap the father of Rogues leader Captain Cold. They threaten to kill him unless Cold and the Rogues surrender. But the bad guys don't understand that his father's sadistic abuse and terror was the main factor in shaping Cold's personality. So he tells them that he will hunt them down, kill them, and ''kill his father himself''. The Rogues do kill the bad guys, but Cold does not kill his father. Instead he orders his teammate Heatwave to burn him to death.
5th Aug '17 7:35:50 AM Materioptikon
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* HypnoTrinket: The Justifier helmets are a particularly nasty version, coupling Mad Hatter's technology with a constant broadcast of the Anti-Life Equation, so even removing the helmet won't do anything. [[spoiler: This comes to bite Libra in the ass when it turns out Sivana can override Hatter's tech to broadcast Luthor's voice as Darkseid's, instantly giving him Libra's army.]]

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* HypnoTrinket: The Justifier helmets are a particularly nasty version, coupling Mad Hatter's technology with a constant broadcast of the Anti-Life Equation, so even removing the helmet won't do anything. anything to help the sap inside. [[spoiler: This comes to bite Libra in the ass when it turns out Sivana can override Hatter's tech to broadcast transmit Luthor's voice as Darkseid's, instantly giving him Libra's army.]]
5th Aug '17 7:34:45 AM Materioptikon
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* HypnoTrinket: The Justifier helmets are a particularly nasty version, coupling Mad Hatter's technology with a constant broadcast of the Anti-Life Equation, so even removing the helmet won't do anything. [[spoiler: This comes to bite Libra in the ass when it turns out Sivana can override Hatter's tech to broadcast Luthor's voice as Darkseid's, instantly giving him Libra's army.]]
4th Aug '17 10:57:12 PM Materioptikon
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* HijackingCthulhu: Sivana, ''seriously'' ticked off at Libra after being forced to see his daughter be Anti-Life'd, [[spoiler:reprograms his watch to override the Justifiers' command line, giving Luthor the army he needs to kill Libra and engage Darkseid.]]


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* PretenderDiss: Sivana thinks Hatter's technology is medieval junk.
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