The must-have novel based on the comic event of 2006-the seven-issue story arc featuring Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman published by DC Comics-which changed the face of the DC Universe.
|Product dimensions:||4.20(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.30(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
GREG COX is The New York Times bestselling author of numerous books and short stories. Besides the novelizations of 52 and INFINITE CRISIS, he has also written books and stories based on such popular series as ALIAS, BATMAN, BUFFY, DAREDEVIL, FARSCAPE, GHOST RIDER, IRON MAN, ROSWELL, SPIDER-MAN, STAR TREK, UNDERWORLD, XENA, X-MEN, and ZORRO.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Several crises simultaneously are hitting the Earth and if things don¿t get back to normal soon, the planet will be destroyed. The Justice League of America¿s Watchtower on the moon is destroyed by someone who had access to the workings of the building. The Martian Manhunter was killed in the resulting explosion. Bruce Wayne built an AI satellite Brother Eye to keep an eye on all the humans on Earth. Someone has gotten into its programming and has the satellite creating a horde of cyborgs intent on killing the meta-humans.---------------- The Spectre, a supernatural being who worked with the JLA in the past, hunts people possessing magic seeing it as inherently evil. He kills Captain Shazam and destroys the Rock of Eternity. Wonder Woman has killed a man in cold blood and images of that murder are shown on television all across the planet. The cyborgs land on Paradise Island killing more Amazons as Wonder Woman fights to saveher universe. Two planets go to war and other planets join with one side or the other spreading hostilities. Many of earth¿s super heroes try and bring an end to the war. Nobody realize that all these events are linked to one individual, who with the help of officers from outside the space-time continuum, has an agenda all his own.-------------------- There is so much action in INFINITE CRISIS that readers never have a chance to relax as events keep spiraling out of control. Baby boomers, comic book collectors and fans of the golden age of comics will thoroughly enjoy this action-packed science fiction thriller that is a direct tie-in to the movie. Old characters long dead come to life in this tale and fans will feel that they have become reunited with old childhood friends.------------- Harriet Klausner
Recommended ONLY if you are still befuddled by the mess that was the Infinite Crisis 'big event' from DC Comics. That would narrow it down to anyone who bought it. What a mess...