In 1985, Marv Wolfman and George Perez wrote CRISIS IN INFINITE EARTHS- a story that rewrote the DC Continuum as readers then understood it. The Multiverse was dispensed with, and the single Earth- Earth One- remained. But some Aberrations continued to exist. Some characters who should have died, lived, and others managed to exist outside of the Universe that was left.
And now they want back in, they want their chance to live again, outside of their perceived imprisonment. Over the course of the four tie-in novels that proceed INFINITE CRISIS, the story is set, actions set consequences in motion, and the Universe begins to fall apart. The world's greatest heroes, the leaders of the Justice League cannot trust each other, the League has disbanded, and the O.M.A.C. drones are taking control.
As we come to the Crisis itself, the final plan is set in motion, key players are ready to reveal themselves, and our heroes must work together if they wish to survive.
The Aberration's time is now...
This beautifully illustrated series rounds off DC Comics main event of 2005/6, once again presenting an enormous roster of characters. As it was with Crisis on Infinite Earth's the subtle differences between the art on each character are brilliant, and the finale does an excellent job of tying up a number of loose ends from both Crisis on Infinite Earth's and Infinite Crisis. There are, however, a number of small type errors strewn throughout the book.