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Crisis on Infinite Earths 9-A

Comic Book by DC, Dec 1985

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Item Data 
Number:9
Variant:A
Printing:1st
Cover Price:$.75
Publish Date:DEC 1985
Publisher 
DC
Characters 
Ace of Spades
Alan Scott
Albert "Al" Pratt
Albert "Al" Rothstein
Albrecht Krieger
Alec Rois
Alexander "Alex" Sartorius
Alexander "Lex" Joseph Luthor
Alexander Luthor Jr.
Alexei Luthor
Aquagirl
Aqualad
Aquaman
Arani Desai-Caulder
Arthur Curry / Orin
Atom
Balloon Buster
Banshee
Batman
Beatriz Bonilla da Costa
Becky Jones
Bertram Larvan
Black Adam
Black Canary
Black Condor
Black Manta
Black Mass
Black Spider
Blackhawk
Blackstarr
Blockbuster
Blue Beetle
Bolt
Brain / The Brain
Brainiac
Brion Markov
Bruce Wayne
Bug-Eyed Bandit
Bulldozer
Captain Atom
Captain Cold
Captain Nazi
Carl Sands
Carol Ferris
Carter Hall
Catman
Celsius
Changeling
Charles McNider
Cheetah
Chemo
Cheshire
Chronos
Circe
Clark Joseph Kent
Clayface
Cliff Steele
Clock King
Cluemaster
Coldsnap
Copperhead
Cosmic King
Count Vertigo
Creeper
Crystal Frost
Cyborg
Dale Gunn
Darrell Dane
Darwin Jones
Deathstroke the Terminator
Deborah Domaine
Diana Prince
Diana Trevor / Diana Prince
Dinah Laurel Lance / Dinah Queen
Doctor Fate
Doctor Mid-Nite
Doctor Phosphorus
Doctor Polaris
Doctor Psycho
Doctor Spectro
Doll Man
Donald "Don" Hall
Donna Troy / Donna Hinckley / Donna Stacey
Doom Patrol
Dove
Dragon King
Easy Company
Eclipso
Edward Nigma / Edward Nashton / Edward Nygma
Elongated Man
Emil LaSalle
Epoch / Lord of Time
Eradicator
Evil Star
Fastball
Felix Faust
Fiddler
Firebrand
Firehawk
Firestorm
Floronic Man
Franklin "Frank" Rock
Freedom Fighters
Fury
Gambler
Gan Williams
Garfield Mark "Gar" Logan
Geo-Force
Ghost
Gizmo
Gold
Golden Glider
Gorilla Grodd
Green Arrow
Green Fury
Green Lantern
Guardians of the Universe
Gus Gray
Guy Gardner
Gypsy
Halo
Harbinger
Harlequin
Hawk
Hawkgirl
Hawkman
Heatstroke
Hector Hall
Helen Alexandros
Helena Wayne
Henry "Hank" Hall
Henry "Hank" Heywood III
Hippolyta "Lyta" Trevor-Hall
Houngan
Hourman
Human Bomb
Huntress
Hyena
Ibac
Icicle
Image
Infinity Inc.
Iron
Jack Ryder
Jade
Jade Nguyen
James Jesse / Giovanni Giuseppe
Jason "Jay" Peter Garrick
Jason Peter Todd
Jason Woodrue
Jean-Louis Droo
Jeb Stuart
Jenet Klyburn
Jennifer-Lynn Hayden
Jericho
Jewelee
Joar Mahkent
John Sargent
Joker
Jonathan Crane
Joseph "Joe" William Wilson
Joseph "Wildman" Shapiro
Joshua Clay
Kal-El
Kal-L
Kanjar Ro
Karen Starr
Katana
Kent Nelson
Kid Flash
Killer Frost
Killer Moth
Kobra
Kole
Kole Weathers
Koriand'r
Kung the Obake / Kung the Assassin
Lady Lunar
Lady Quark
Laevar Bolto
Lana Elizabeth Lang
Lead
Leonard "Len" Snart
Leonid Konstantinovitch Kovar
Lightning Lad
Lightning Lass
Lightning Lord
Lisa Snart
Louis "Little Sure Shot" Kiyahani
Lyla
Mammoth
Mano
Mark Mardon
Martian Manhunter
Masters of Disaster
Matter Master
Matthew "Matt" Hagen
Max Bine
Mekt Ranzz
Mento
Mera
Mercury
Metal Men
Metamorpho
Mikron O'Jeneus
Mirror Master
Mist
Mister Mind
Molly Mayne / Molly Mayne-Scott
Monsieur Mallah
Morgan Edge
Nathaniel Christopher Adam
Negative Woman
New-Wave
Nightshade
Nightwing
Northwind
Nuklon
Obsidian
Ocean Master
Oliver "Ollie" Queen
Orm Marius
Otto Von Furth
Outsiders
Overmaster
Paco Ramone
Pamela Lillian Isley
Pariah
Penguin
Persuader
Phantom Lady
Pied Piper
Plasmus
Platinum
Poison Ivy
Power Girl
Predator
Priscilla Rich
Psimon
Punch
Quakemaster
Queen Bee
Rachael Berkowitz
Rainbow Raider
Randolph "Ralph" William Dibny
Raphael Van Zandt
Red Star
Rex Mason
Richard "Dick" Grayson
Riddler
Ripley "Rip" Hunter
Robin
Robotman
Rod Reilly
Roy G. Bivolo
Roy Harper Jr.
Roy Lincoln
Sam Scudder
Samurai
Sandra "Sandy" Knight
Sargon the Sorcerer
Scarecrow
Scribbly Jibbet
Shadow Thief
Shaggy Man
Shakedown
Shark
Shimmer
Shrike
Silver Ghost
Silver Scarab
Silver Swan
Simon Jones
Solomon Grundy
Speedy
Spike
Stacy Macklin
Stanley Printwhistle
Star Sapphire(s)
Star Spangled Kid
Starfire
Starman
Starro
Steel
Sterling Silversmith
Steve Dayton
Steve Henry Savage Jr.
Steven Sharpe III
Sugar
Summer Day
Superman
Sylvester Pemberton
Taryia
Tatsu Yamashiro
Teth-Adam
Thaal Sinestro
Thaddeus Bodog Sivana
Theodore "Ted" Henry Knight
Thomas "Tom" Blake
Thunder
Thunderbolt
Todd James Rice
Trickster
Uncle Sam
Valentina Vostok
Validus
Vandal Savage / Vandar Adg
Vibe
Victor "Vic" Stone
Violet Harper
Vril Dox
Wallace "Wally" Rudolph West
Warp
Weather Wizard
Wendy Jones
Werner Vertigo
Wildcat
William "Will" Magnus
William Tockman
Windfall
Wonder Girl
Wonder Woman
Yolanda Montez
Zatanna Zatara
Zazzala
Crisis on Infinite Earths 9-A by DC
Crisis on Infinite Earths 9-A by DC
Item Bio
"War Zone"

*On the planet Oa, Guy Gardner, wearing a customized uniform, and former substitute Green Lantern of Earth, stands before the six Guardians who had voted against the majority decision of their fellows. They have split their ranks due to differences in dealing with evil. Their brothers prefer to correct evils after the fact, but they wish to search evil out before it can happen. They offer Gardner a position as their Green Lantern, the first of a new corps. He agrees.

Seconds later, a cosmic storm created by the anti-matter kills five of the Guardians in an instant, while Gardner is protected by his ring's aura. He swears his oath of allegiance and flies into space, as the last Guardian watches.

In space near Earth-2, Brainiac's spacecraft is crowded with practically every super-villain from Earths 1, 2, 3, S, and X. Their latest recruit, T.O.Morrow, materializes, having been teleported from the JLA satellite. Now, Brainiac reveals, the Anti-Monitor can no longer be detected in the positive or negative matter universes. All five Earths are in chaos due to the Crisis. It is time for them to strike and seize power. Luthor will serve as field commander, but Luthor of Earth-2 disagrees, insisting that he more able than his counterpart. Brainiac kills Luthor with a force bolt, saying that two Luthors are superfluous. The other villains are quelled by this demonstration of power.

In another segment of space near Earth-1, a spacecraft from Tamaran awaits the arrival of Princess Koriand'r, aka Starfire. Captain Karras discusses with his aide Taryia the proceedings of having to take her back to her homeworld on a royal mission, the nature of which she must not learn until the time is ripe. The Tamaranians beam up Nightwing, Starfire, and Jericho. When Starfire introduces Nightwing as her lover, Taryia insists that she be told, but Karras refuses. Jericho overhears, but decides not to tell Nightwing.

On Earth-1, the remaining Teen Titans and Firehawk are gathered in Manhattan, a "warp zone" area which has been merged with other Earths and in which time still runs riot. Scientists Rip Hunter, Jenet Klyburn, Will Magnus, and Darwin Jones are being interviewed on TV about the time displacement, but cannot offer any advice. Wonder Girl decides to single-handedly search the cordoned-off area for her husband, Terry Long, who has been lost there, and Firehawk decides to join her in the search.

At Galaxy Communications, TV news anchorman Clark Kent stiffly reports that Alexander Luthor of Earth-3 will be addressing a special assembly of the leaders of five Earths at the United Nations in a few hours. Clark's colleagues comment on how cold he has seemed since he heard of Supergirl's death.

On Earth-1, during World War II, Sgt. Rock, Lt. Jeb Stuart, and the Haunted Tank crewmen ponder over what they have recently seen: the deaths of the Losers, costumed super-heroes fighting shadowy demons, and a giant machine many stories high appearing out of nowhere. Suddenly, the men notice a strange crimson spiral in the sky that lasts only a few seconds, and disappears. They are baffled, but hope the disturbance will never return.

Across five Earths, the same crimson spiral of energy is seen, extending back through time.

On Earths 4, X, and S, the army of super-villains has gained complete control. The few super-heroes left to resist them have been overcome. Guardians like Captain Atom and Nightshade are carted off senseless, and the Blue Beetle's flying bug lies in flaming ruins near the Statue of Liberty.

At Earth-1's United Nations, Alexander Luthor, accompanied by Lyla and Pariah, tells the delegates the facts behind the Crisis, and explains that the anti-matter universe has seemingly vanished. Lyla tells the audience that she has given the Secretary-General the Monitor's files, to be shared by the Earths that survive. Pariah confirms that although the Earth-linkage is a problem, it is not dangerous. In point of fact, since he remains among them, the danger has probably subsided.

When Pariah opens the floor for questions, a delegate states that he bears nor proof of his assertations. Furthermore, many of them suspect that an inter-Earth invasion will take place soon. The nations of their own world have difficulty getting along together; why should the nations of five Earths by any more tractable? While the man speaks, Pariah exclaims with fear that he is vanishing again. The threat of destruction isn't over yet.

In Pariah's place comes the image of Brainiac, projected above the delegates' heads. He explains his dominance over all super-villains, and declares tha he has now taken control of Earths 4, S, and X. His ally will explain their demands for Earth-1 and 2. His image is replaced by a hologram of Lex Luthor, who demands that the nations of the two free Earths surrender at once, or they will unleash forces that will destroy their worlds. They have fifteen minutes to decide.

On Earth-1, in 1917, Lt. Steve Savage, the "Balloon Buster", sees a red spiral of energy in the sky, which fades quickly. He is baffled for a moment, then shrugs it off.

On Earth-2, in 1985, Superman and Power Girl futilely batter away at an invisible force-field separating their world from the three captive Earths. The magics of Dr. Fate, Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt, and Sargon are useless, as are the efforts of Starman, Green Lantern, and Jade. The members of the Justice Society and Infinity, Inc, report a general failure to Superman of Earth-1, still at the U.N. A delegate complains to Alex about their poor showing, and he replies that they are now trying Lyla's alternate plan.

At home on Earth-1, Wally West is visited by the Earth-2 Flash and Lyla. He refuses to help them, saying that the Crisis is over, and he has retired. Lyla responds that the Monitor had records of his "problem" and of his knowledge, which they need. Jay Garrick says that with the Earth-1 Flash gone, he is the only one they can turn to. He holds up Wally's ring, and asks if he will take it back.

Soon, an assembly of super-heroes from Earth-1 and Earth-2 converges on Chelsea in New York, where Wally and Jay have brought Barry Allen's Cosmic Treadmill. As the other heroes watch, Jay and Wally run on the treadmill at super-speed and open a rift in space. Alex, Lyla, and a group of scientists attempt in vain to track the Flashes' progress, as the two speedsters break through Brainiac's barrier.

Brainiac reports to Luthor that he had anticipated this action. The living computer calculates 60% losses for their side, but 80% for the heroes. Luthor replies that he doesn't care how many die. If the villains win, he and Brainiac will be in charge; if the heroes win, they won't be in any shape to take on the two of them. Should worst come to worst, they can destroy the Earths, while remaining safe in the ship. Neither Luthor nor Brainiac is aware of someone watching them from the shadows.

On Earth-4, the battle is joined. Heroes from Earth-1 and Earth-2 attack the Riddler, the Masters of Disaster, Gorilla Grodd, Cat Man, Evil Star, Dragon King, Trickster, Lady Lumar, and Shaggy Man. Near Liberty Island, however, Chemo breathes into the sea a concoction of toxic chemicals. Below, Aqualad, battling Black Manta and Shark, sees Aquagirl knocked out by the poisons.

On Earth-S, more heroes battle. The Justice League and the Metal Men fight nemeses such as Validus, Sinestro, Punch and Jewelee, Plasmus, Warp, Ibac, Mano, Queen Bee, Eclipso, Captain Cold, and Starro. Warp displaces Steel from 1985 to a far-future era. Despite the best efforts of the heroes, the villains have the edge in battle. Captain Cold reports a victory to Brainiac and Luthor.

On Earth-X, the Floronic Man, with his partners Poison Ivy, and Silver Ghost, Mr. Mind, and the Joker, has taken the Freedom Fighters prisoner in constricting plant vines, when the Justice Society, Infinity, Inc., and the Outsiders invade. The Earth-1 and Earth-2 heroes attack Captain Nazi, Cheshire, and Blockbuster, but Hawkman of Earth-2 is helpless in the burning grip of Dr. Phosphorus.

Brainiac and Luthor watch the battles progressing on the three Earths, and Luthor calculates that their forces are divided rather evenly. If their side can't win, he hopes that they will kill each other off; then the two of them will combine to kill Superman.

Suddenly, Luthor realizes that Brainiac isn't responding. Sparks emerge from the robot's body, and seconds later, it explodes. Luthor is dazed by this blast, then sifts through the debris, wondering who is responsible. At that, Psimon steps into the light, admitting to destroying Brainiac, and intending to kill Luthor as well. *Source: The Official Crisis on Infinite Earths Index #1 - Published by ICG.
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