History YMMV / CrisisOnInfiniteEarths

17th May '17 3:35:05 AM Tuomas
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* BrokenBase: The comic itself is well-regarded, but many fans felt that the DC multiverse was a cool concept that provided lots of story potential, and that there was no real need to erase it. Creator/GrantMorrison, who would become a DC writer a couple of years after ''Crisis'', was one such fan; his ''Comicbook/AnimalMan'' included a hearfelt tribute to all the characters lost along their alternate universes, and he would eventually be among the key people at DC who brought the multiverse back.

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* BrokenBase: The comic itself is well-regarded, but many fans felt that the DC multiverse was a cool concept that provided lots of story potential, and that there was no real need to erase it. Creator/GrantMorrison, who would become a DC writer a couple of years after ''Crisis'', was one such fan; his ''Comicbook/AnimalMan'' run included a hearfelt tribute to all the characters lost along with their alternate universes, and he would eventually be among the key people at DC who brought the multiverse back.
17th May '17 3:33:44 AM Tuomas
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----* BrokenBase: The comic itself is well-regarded, but many fans felt that the DC multiverse was a cool concept that provided lots of story potential, and that there was no real need to erase it. Creator/GrantMorrison, who would become a DC writer a couple of years after ''Crisis'', was one such fan; his ''Comicbook/AnimalMan'' included a hearfelt tribute to all the characters lost along their alternate universes, and he would eventually be among the key people at DC who brought the multiverse back.
2nd Mar '17 1:30:46 PM Scorntex
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* TearJerker: Even if you thought pre-Crisis DC was a mess, it's still pretty upsetting to see several different alternate continuities come to an end in a single story.

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Even if you thought pre-Crisis DC was a mess, it's still pretty upsetting to see several different alternate continuities come to an end in a single story.story.
** The death of the Crime Syndicate. Bad guys they may be, but it's still a harsh way to go. Ultraman's is worst of all. In his last moments he smiles sadly, looking ''exactly'' like Superman.
15th Feb '17 7:45:08 PM jormis29
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** When the Challengers of the Unknown realize the darkness in the sky is composed of millions of shadow demons, they're naturally shocked. Unfortunately, June expresses that shock by saying each of her teammate's names all in a row. Seems very unnatural.

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** When the Challengers of the Unknown ComicBook/ChallengersOfTheUnknown realize the darkness in the sky is composed of millions of shadow demons, they're naturally shocked. Unfortunately, June expresses that shock by saying each of her teammate's names all in a row. Seems very unnatural.
5th Nov '16 1:08:05 AM TitoMosquito
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** Earth D's Robin, who is Batman's son in this earth, which has become a prediction for Damian Wayne.

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** Earth D's Earth-D's Robin, who is Batman's son in this earth, Earth, which has become a prediction for Damian Wayne.
26th Oct '16 2:50:10 AM TitoMosquito
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* HarsherInHindsight: Psycho Pirate's MadnessMantra ends with "These days... y-you just never know who's going to die... and who's going to live." Hello, UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks!

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Psycho Pirate's MadnessMantra ends with "These days... y-you just never know who's going to die... and who's going to live." Hello, UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks!UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks!
** In the ''Who's Who'' guidebooks, it is said that if Kal-L, Earth-Two Lois Lane, Earth-Three Alexander Luthor, Jr. and Superboy-Prime ever returned to the surviving universe, it would mean its [[ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis destruction]].
30th Sep '16 11:04:08 PM MikeW
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** The sight of ''every single super-villain'' of ''five'' Earths gathered into one massive army is scary enough. The fact they're able to conquer three worlds with ease shows how damn powerful the bad guys can be if they try.
14th Jun '16 5:41:29 AM CrowTR0bot
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** A superheroine named Harbinger is mind-controlled by an exceptionally powerful EldritchAbomination to do his bidding. You could almost say he was [[VideoGame/MassEffect2 assuming direct control]] of her.
28th May '16 5:17:44 AM Tron80
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* FountainOfMemes: Pick a cover. Any cover. They'll all become iconic (though probably the #1 is Superman holding a dead Supergirl.) Which admittedly the Superman/Supergirl cover wasn't the first instance of PietaPlagarism in comic covers.

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* FountainOfMemes: Pick a cover. Any cover. They'll all become iconic (though probably the #1 is Superman holding a dead Supergirl.) Which admittedly the Superman/Supergirl cover wasn't the first instance of PietaPlagarism PietaPlagiarism in comic covers.
4th May '16 10:18:54 AM ZenBlade
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*** Eventually DC decided to reboot everything ''again'' and introduced a new multiverse, though it was still very limited (only 52 Earths this time). One cannot help but imagine DC's editors throwing their hands up into the air in frustration after being asked for years about the loose ends and contradictions resulting from ''Crisis''.
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