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Crisis on Infinite Earths 10-A

Comic Book by DC, Jan 1986

     
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Number:10
Variant:A
Printing:1st
Cover Price:$.75
Publish Date:JAN 1986
Publishers 
DC
Characters 
Adam Blake
Adam Strange
Albert "Al" Pratt
Albert "Al" Rothstein
Alec Holland
Alexander "Lex" Joseph Luthor
Alexander Luthor Jr.
All-Star Squadron
Amazon(s)
Amethyst, Princess of Gem World
Amy Winston
Angela Hawkins III
Animal Man
Anthro
Anti-Monitor
Aquagirl
Aqualad
Aquaman
Arani Desai-Caulder
Arthur Curry / Orin
Atom
Atomic Knight
Ayla Ranzz
Baran Flinders
Batman
Beautiful Dreamer
Bernhard "Buddy" Baker
Big Bear
Billy Batson
Black Adam
Black Canary
Black Lightning
Blockbuster
Blok
Blue Beetle
Blue Devil
Bolt
Bonnie Baxter
Brainiac
Brainiac 5
Brin Londo
Brotherhood of Evil
Bruce Wayne
Calendar Man
Captain Atom
Captain Cold
Captain Comet
Captain Marvel
Captain Marvel Junior
Carol Ferris
Carter Hall
Celsius
Chameleon Boy
Chameleon Chief
Changeling
Cheetah
Chemo
Chris KL-99
Christopher Smith
Chun Yull
Clark Joseph Kent
Clayface
Cliff Steele
Colossal Boy
Cosmic Boy
Creeper
Cryll
Cyborg
Cynthia "Cindy" Reynolds
Dale Gunn
Daniel Patrick Cassidy
David Drake
Deadshot
Deathbolt
Despero
Diana Prince
Dinah Laurel Lance / Dinah Queen
Dirk Morgna
Doctor Cyber
Doctor Double X
Doctor Fate
Doctor Light
Doctor Polaris
Dolphin
Donald "Don" Hall
Donna Troy / Donna Hinckley / Donna Stacey
Doom Patrol
Dove
Drake Burroughs
Dummy
Electrocutioner
Element Lad
Elongated Man
Emerald Empress
Epoch / Lord of Time
Esper Lass
Faceless Hunters
Firehawk
Firestorm
Flash
Floyd Lawton
Forever People
Franklin "Frank" Rock
Frederick "Freddy / Freddie" Christopher Freeman
Freedom Fighters
Fury
Gardner Grayle
Garfield Mark "Gar" Logan
Garth
Garth Ranzz
Gim Allon
Giovanni "John" Zatara
Gold
Gypsy
Hadley "Rip" Jaggar
Halk
Halo
Hawkman
Hawkwoman
Hector Hammond
Hippolyta "Lyta" Trevor-Hall
Houngan
Hourman
Huntress
Icicle
Immortal Man
Infinity Inc.
Insect Queen
Invisible Kid
Iron
Jack Ryder
Jacques Foccart
Jade
Jake Simmons
James "Jim" Brendan Corrigan
Jan Arrah
Jason "Jay" Peter Garrick
Jason Peter Todd
Jean-Louis Droo
Jefferson Pierce
Jeffery "Jeff" Smith
J'emm
Jennifer Morgan
Jennifer-Lynn Hayden
Jero
Jo Nah
Joar Mahkent
John Sargent
Johnny Cloud
J'onn J'onzz
Joshua Clay
Julian Gregory Day
Justice League of America (JLA)
Justice Society of America (JSA)
Kal-El
Kal-L
Kamandi
Kanjar Ro
Karen Starr
Katar Hol
Kent Nelson
Kid Flash
Kimiyo Hoshi
Kole
Kole Weathers
Krona
Lady Quark
Lana Elizabeth Lang / Lana Lang-Ross
Langford "Happy" Terrill
Lar Gand
Lead
Legion of Super-Heroes
Leonard "Len" Snart
Lightning Lad
Lightning Lass
Lightning Lord
Lois Kent / Lois Lane
Lois Lane
Lord Satanus
Lorraine Reilly
Losers
Luornu Durgo
Lyla
Maaldor the Darklord
Madame Xanadu
Magnetic Kid
Mammoth
Mari Jiwe McCabe
Mark Desmond
Mark Moonrider
Martian Manhunter
Marvel Family
Mary Batson Bromfield
Mary Marvel
Matthew "Matt" Hagen
Mekt Ranzz
Mento
Mera
Metal Men
Metamorpho
Mirror Master
Molder
Mon-El
Monitor
Multiplex
Mysa Nal
Nathaniel Christopher Adam
Neal Emerson
Negative Woman
Nimbus
Norda Cantrell
Northwind
Nuidis Vulko
Nuklon
Oan(s)
Obsidian
Oliver "Ollie" Queen
Outsiders
Pariah
Peacemaker
Per Degaton
Persuader
Peter Cannon
Phantom Girl
Phantom Lady
Phantom Stranger
Phobia
Platinum
Power Girl
Prince Gavyn
Priscilla Rich
Projectra Wind'zzor / Princess Projectra
Psimon
Querl Dox
Radiation Roy
Randolph "Ralph" William Dibny
Ray
Raymond "Ray" Palmer
Reep Daggle
Rex Mason
Richard "Rick" Starr
Richard "Rick" Tyler
Ripley "Rip" Hunter
Robin
Robotman
Rokk Krinn
Ronal
Ronald "Ronnie" Raymond
Roy Harper Jr.
Samuel "Sam" Joseph Scudder
Sandra "Sandy" Knight
Sargon the Sorcerer
Selinda Flinders
Sensor Girl
Serifan
Shadow Lass
Shaggy Man
Shayera Hol
Shimmer
Simon Ecks
Simon Jones
Space Ranger
Spectre
Speedy
Star Boy
Star Sapphire(s)
Star Spangled Kid
Starman
Steve Dayton
Sun Boy
Superboy Prime
Superman
Swamp Thing
Sylvester Pemberton
T. O. Morrow
Tasmia Mallor
Teen Titans
Tellus
Tempest
Teth-Adam
Thaal Sinestro
Thaddeus Bodog Sivana
Thanagarian(s)
Tharok
Theodore "Ted" Kord
Thom Kallor
Thunderbolt
Timber Wolf
Time Trapper / Time Master
Tin
Tinya Wazzo
Titania
Todd James Rice
Tommy Tomorrow
Tula
Typhoon
Ultra Boy
Ultra-Humanite
Uncle Sam
Valentina Vostok
Validus
Victor "Vic" Stone
Violet Harper
Vixen
Vril Dox
Vykin the Black / Vykin Baldaur
Wallace "Wally" Rudolph West
White Witch
Wildcat
Wildfire
William "Will" Magnus
William Storm
Wonder Girl
Wonder Woman
X'Hal
Yolanda Montez
Zatanna Zatara
Zaxton Regulus
Crisis on Infinite Earths 10-A by DC
Crisis on Infinite Earths 10-A by DC
Item Bio
"Death At The Dawn Of Time"

*As Psimon attacks Luthor, a recreated Brainiac blasts him from behind and kills him. The living computer then replies that his spacecraft is part of his total being, and thus he knew of the enemy's presence when Psimon thought himself hidden. He had transferred his consciousness into his ship's computers before Psimon struck, and then rebuilt a new body in seconds. Relieved, Luthor announces that their plan to pit the heroes and villains against each other is still in effect.

On Earth-1, in prehistoric times, Anthro is astonished to see the red spiral in the sky, but decides not to tell his fellow villagers about it.

On Earth-4, Chemo has turned the New York Harbor waters into seething chemical waste. In retaliation, Negative Woman destroys him. Aqualad heads for Atlantis, carrying Aquagirl. Meanwhile, in New York, Black Adam smashes Dove and Robotman, and Kole paralyzes him by encasing him in crystal. Elsewhere, Celsius and Cyborg team up against other foes.

On Earth-S, a band of villains, including Despero, Dr. Sivana, and Per Degaton, has bound and gagged the entire Marvel Family, including the three lieutenants, in their mortal forms. J'onn J'onzz and Tina of the Metal Men engage the villains in combat, while the Atom of Earth-1 snips the gag off Billy (Batson), enabling him to call Captain Marvel into the fray.

On Earth-X, similar battles go on.

Brainiac and Luthor are watching all of this, when they feel a powerful energy flux. At this, every hero and villain on the five worlds witnesses a cosmic manifestation of the Spectre, who halts their battles. He says that the Anti-Monitor is still alive, and has traveled back to the dawn of time to change history so that only anti-matter universes will come into being. While the Anti-Monitor remained in the anti-matter universe, the Spectre couldn't attack, but he could see the Crisis coming to completion, and he must now finish the Monitor's work. The heroes and villains of the Earths must now combine their powers; half must go to the dawn of the Creation, while the other half travels to Oa, at the time of Krona's great sin. The Spectre demands their decision on the spot. Not even Luthor or Brainiac refuse the summons; they order the villains' cooperation.

Soon, more than a hundred super-beings congregate in Earth-1's Death Valley. Rip Hunter, the Legion of Super-Heroes, and the Lord of Time have supplied time conveyances. The Earth-2 Superman makes his farewells to Lois, while Alex watches, concealed.

When Superman of Earth-1 protests that history cannot be changed, the Ghostly Guardian tells him that it can be - but only at the very beginning of time. The Earth-Prime Superboy then arrives, having been deposited by a hyper-space vortex.

Gold of the Metal Men offers his body as an electrical conductor to channel power into the machines, as the electrically powered and magnetically powered beings supply the energy. The Lord of Time leads one division to the dawn of time, while the other heads for Oa's past. Above, Brainiac observes the melee, calculating that he has a slim chance for survival - but a better chance than the heroes have for success.

In Atlantis of Earth-1, Aqualad receives the sad news that Aquagirl is dead. Mera cradles the sobbing youth in her arms.

In hyper-time, Superman hurtles forward, ahead of the rest, carrying Alex so that he can open the way, but when the heroes materialize, they find themselves face-to-face with a giant Anti-Monitor. In an energy field suspended between his hands he holds the captive Pariah, who implores them to leave. He deserves this, he says, since he destroyed his own universe. Scornfully, the Anti-Monitor tells him that he did no such thing; he actually did nothing more than open the anti-matter portal to the dawn of time. The Anti-Monitor himself was responsible for the destruction of Pariah's universe and all the others. Lady Quark is stunned by this news. Finally, the Anti-Monitor proclaims that he will use Pariah to destroy all existing life and to rebuild the anti-matter universe in his own image.

The heroes attack, but even their great power cannot rival the energy of an entire universe.

Ten billion years ago on Oa, the super-villains of the five Earths attack Krona's city in hopes of finding the scientist before he can complete his experiment. The Oans, seeing them destroying property, easily immobilize most of them. Maaldor, Mirror Master, and Icicle break into the laboratory and attempt to wreck the Creation viewscreen, but a defensive device reacts, killing the three villains before they can harm it. Krona enters the chamber.

At the dawn of time, the Anti-Monitor repels the heroes like gnats. He had needed their own energies and life-forces, for much of his was consumed in reaching Creation. Having taken their powers, he raises his hand in a nimbus of energy. When Krona activates his viewscreen, he will see this hand, and so will open the gate between matter and anti-matter, and the positive-matter multiverse will be destroyed forever.

Suddenly, the Spectre appears and grasps the hand of the Anti-Monitor. He draws energy from the sorcerous heroes such as Dr. Fate, Zatanna, and the Phantom Stranger to grapple with the over-villain, and resists him. Dr. Fate directs his allies to contain their foe, but not to kill him, since he holds the life-forces of their friends.

Above them, they see the viewscreen appearing; Krona is looking into the beginning of time. As the Anti-Monitor screams to him to complete his experiment, the Spectre calls for more power. Then the energy of an entire universe pours through him, and everything shatters around him. *Source: The Official Crisis on Infinite Earths Index #1 - Published by ICG.


"The Monitor Tapes. . ." (This story runs along only the bottom one-quarter of the first twenty-five story pages in this issue.) - - **Somewhere in a large city on one of the Earths, Lyla sits at the console brought from the satellite. She has appointed herself to carry on with recording the information regarding super-beings since the Monitor's death.

She records the passing of Mibrannu, a peaceful world populated by methane gas creatures, and the survival of the warlike Kallidranes.

Thanagar, having become a militant world, mistook the Crisis for an invasion and has been devastated by rioting.

Takron-Galtos, the prison-planet of the Legion's 30th century, has been destroyed by the Anti-Monitor, and the villains on it were thus freed. After they destroyed a number of worlds, they were enlisted in Brainiac's army.

Elsewhere, Prince Gavyn, the Starman of Earth-1, died to save his people from the anti-matter menace.

In the Vegan system, X'Hal went berserk, and compressed six different dimensional versions of the planet Kuraq into one, trapping Nimbus of the Omega Men between them.

In Tommy Tomorrow's future, the famed Planeteer not only survived, but saved the inhabitants of an entire world from the white curtain of death.

On Adon, the Forever People saved their new home planet from destruction, while Darkseid likewise protected Apokolips.

Amethyst saw the Citadel of Sapphire destroyed, but led the people of Gemworld to safety.

In Olympus, three of the gods were killed and two others gravely wounded in battles with shadow demons.

Immortal Man finally died, consumed by anti-matter after helping the members of a boys' club to safety.

The Swamp Thing was apparantly destroyed, but managed to recreate his body in a different location.

Hawkman of Earth-2 was seriously wounded by Dr. Phosphorus, and was taken to Feithera by Northwind.

Lyla reflects on the other deadly battles being waged against the Anti-Monitor in many eras, and affirms that life and sentient beings will survive, while she continues recording the history of the universe. *Source: The Official Crisis on Infinite Earths Index #1 - Published by ICG.










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