Crisis on Infinite Earths

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Titan Books Graphic Novels, 2001 - Heroes - 368 pages
154 Reviews
A spectacular and original novel based on the epic comics series that forever changed the universe of Superman and Batman by the man who created the original tale! Trapped in a timeless limbo, Barry Allen, the Flash, can only watch in silent and helpless horror as, one by one, countless universes fade from existance in order to feed the insatiable need for power of the Anti-Monitor, a being from the anti-matter universe of Qward. Under the guidance of the Monitor, his benevolent opposite, the super-heroes and villains of all realities are brought together for a last, desperate stand against the forces that promise the literal end of all existance.

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The artwork is stunning, and it's a very dense read. - Goodreads
Basically, I find most of the writing appalling. - Goodreads
It's not just that it's a complicated plot. - Goodreads
Perez's crowded artwork doesn't help either. - Goodreads
... the writing in this series isnt terrific. - Goodreads
It wasn't that the writing of that decade was just bad. - Goodreads

Review: Crisis on Infinite Earths

User Review  - Eva Ebert - Goodreads

Firstly, spoiling something huge in the foreword is a jerk move. It assumes that everyone have already read the series and know what will happen. Which leads me to the main problem with this book. It ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sean Welch - Goodreads

Reading this again as an adult, I was not as blow away as I was at 14 reading the series month to month. Yes, there is some cheese here and the characterizations are thin. But, given what this comic ... Read full review

About the author (2001)

Marv Wolfman has created more characters that have gone on to television, animation, movies and toys than any other comics creator since Stan Lee. Marv is the writer-creator of Blade, the Vampire Hunter which has been turned into three hit movies starring Wesley Snipes, as well as a TV series. Marv also created Bullseye, the prime villain in the 2003 movie, Daredevil, and was the writer-creator of the New Teen Titans which was a runaway hit show on the Cartoon Network. It has also been picked up as a live action movie. Marv's character Cyborg, has also been featured on the TV show Smallville,

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