While fighting the Emerald Archer, Merlyn detonated numerous hidden bombs and devastated Star City...and then he drove two arrows straight through Green Arrow's chest!
In HAWKMAN #49:
After battling an alien armada, Carter and Kendra — alongside their allies Adam Strange, Kyle Rayner, Starman, Captain Comet and the Omega Men — flew headfirst into the cosmic storm at the center of the universe!
In JLA #125
The Key drove the Deadly Sin Envy out of Green Arrow!
Oliver, Manitou Dawn, Black Canary and Batman defeated their foe and then went their separate ways...as the JLA remained disbanded!
In JSA #82:
After reading the Earth-2 Lois Lane's last written story, Power Girl agonized over choosing which world she would help live!
In NIGHTWING #117:
Gaining a measure of revenge on Deathstroke (for bombing Blüdhaven), Nightwing told Ravager that the new eye her father had implanted in her could kill her!
Dick Grayson asked Barbara Gordon if she would marry him!
In ROBIN #147:
Robin and the Teen Titans invaded one of Lex Luthor's secret labs and escaped with an antidote that they then used to heal the mortally wounded Superboy!
In SUPERMAN #226:
As reality itself splintered, the Earth-2 Superman experienced key moments in his life, from his courting of Lois Lane to his adventures during World War II!
In TEEN TITANS #32
Superboy-Prime attacked Superboy at the Kent family farm!
Titans past and present, the Doom Patrol and the JSA arrived to help subdue the out-of-control teen...only to see him kill Bushido, Wildebeast and Pantha!
During the devastation, Beast Boy and the Doom Patrol remembered all of their former variations!
The assembled Flashes sacrificed themselves to remove Superboy Prime from our world!
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It's One Year Later! After a violent storm, a young man with amazing aquatic abilities named Arthur Curry awoke deep in the ocean!
After coming to the aid of the King Shark, Curry then learned of his grand destiny from the mysterious Dweller of the Depths!
In BATMAN ANNUAL #25:
Before he broke free into our world, Superboy-Prime "sent a ripple across time" that resulted in Jason Todd — with a little help from the infamous Lazarus Pit — returning to life!
In INFINITE CRISIS #5
To launch an all-out assault on Brother Eye, Batman gathered a strike team that included Booster Gold, Mr. Terrific, Black Canary, Metamorpho, Black Lightning, Green Arrow, Hal Jordan, Jon Stewart and the new Blue Beetle!
The Earth-2 Lois Lane died! Pushed to near madness by grief the Earth-2 Superman went toe-to-toe with Superman!
His mind eventually cleared by Wonder Woman's lasso, the Earth-2 Superman finally realized what Alexander Luthor was planning...but not soon enough to stop him from triggering his machine and bringing back multiple parallel Earths!
Superboy-Prime escaped from the Speed Force and returned to Earth!
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Batman and his hand-selected squad — including Green Arrow, Black Canary, Mr. Terrific, Black Lightning, Metamorpho, Hal Jordan, John Stewart, Sasha Bordeaux, Booster Gold and the new Blue Beetle—succeeded in knocking out the Brother Eye satellite!
As a second cadre of heroes attacked Alexander Luthor's giant world-smashing hands in the center of the universe, a massive wave of energy exploded outward, leading to the injury and disappearance of many heroes!
Power Girl, Martian Manhunter, Lady Quark, Breach, Nightshade, Ray and Black Adam all escaped from Luthor's tower!
The Spectre killed Star Sapphire...and Black Adam killed the Psycho-Pirate!
Locked in savage combat, Superboy and Superboy-Prime collided into Luthor's tower...creating a huge explosion!
When the smoke cleared, the tower was destroyed, Superboy lay dead...and only New Earth remained!
In OMAC PROJECT: INFINITE CRISIS SPECIAL
The remains of the Brother Eye satellite-containing secret detailed information on every hero and villain — crashed into the Rub Al-Khali Desert in Saudi Arabia!
Multiple international forces — including Checkmate's Sasha Bordeaux and Fire, Israeli Commandos, a Chinese metahuman and Russia's Rocket Reds — descended upon the still-active satellite!
Defying the orders of Amanda Waller (Checkmate's acting Black King), Sasha succeeded in destroying Brother Eye...and the ensuing blast killed her newly acquired nanobots, freeing Sasha of her body's armor!
In TEEN TITANS #34
One Year Later, Cyborg awoke to find that Starfire, Speedy, Kid Flash, Raven, Beast Boy and Superboy were no longer members of the team!
Cyborg also discovered that new members included Kid Devil, the former sidekick of SHADOWPACT's Blue Devil, and Ravager, the daughter of Deathstroke!
Wonder Girl tried to stop Gemini from stealing mysterious material from San Francisco's S.T.A.R. Labs...while Robin secretly attempted to reclone Superboy!
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After the Society dropped the toxic giant Chemo on Blüdhaven, the government erected a wall around the devastated city...while the Teen Titans rushed in to help the surviving citizens!
A group of government sanctioned metahumans calling themselves Freedom's Ring ordered the Titans to vacate the city!
One year later, a mysterious government agent named Father Time entered Blüdhaven and took over the recovery operation.
Sent by the Society to capture a mysterious weapon inside the city, the Nuclear Legion, a group of radiation-powered villains, attacked a squad of U.S. soldiers...and were soon in turn engaged by Freedom's Ring!
In the ensuing battle, two of the heroes were killed and all seemed lost...until the all-new Atomic Knights joined the fray!
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In CRISIS AFTERMATH: THE BATTLE FOR BLÜDHAVEN #2
The all-new Atomic Knights faced off against the Nuclear Legion — and two Knights were killed in the battle!
Father Time disbanded Freedom's Ring. The remaining members became part of S.H.A.D.E. (Super Human Advanced Defense Executive) and was joined by Bigfoot, a new Human Bomb, a new Phantom Lady, and field leader Major Force!
The Atomic Knights infiltrated the S.H.A.D.E. base and discovered what the organization was really after in Blüdhaven: Captain Atom!
In ION #1:
After a dying Jade gave her powers to him in the Crisis, a mysteriously out-of-control Kyle Rayner destroyed a fleet of starships and attacked two Green Lanterns!!
In VILLAINS UNITED: INFINITE CRISIS SPECIAL
The Society arranged simultaneous prison breaks around the globe — then assembled the legion of super-villains to attack Metropolis!
Martian Manhunter telepathically gathered an army of heroes to face the foes — who were joined by Doomsday!
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In Metropolis, a wave of heroes defeated a horde of marauding super-villains — but not without massive property damage and many fatalities!
During the fight, Alexander Luthor narrowly eluded the grasp of Wonder Woman and Batman — and instead was killed by the Joker and Lex Luthor!
Amidst the action, Bart Allen returned in the Flash costume — but later gave up his mantle and surrendered the suit to Jay Garrick!
After a violent brawl through space, Superman and Earth-2 Superman defeated Superboy-Prime. Tragically, due to the injuries he suffered at the hands of his foe, Earth-2 Superman died!
Back on Earth, word spread that many heroes — including Cyborg, Adam Strange, Firestorm, Starfire, Animal Man, and Uncle Sam — were either missing or had given their lives to save the world!
After the dust cleared, Batman, Wonder Woman, and (a now depowered) Superman repaired their friendship — and each went their separate ways to re-evaluate their actions, vowing to reunite should the world need them again!
In their place, an army of heroes stood ready to defend humanity, including many new champions!
In SUPERGIRL #6:
One Year Later, Supergirl and Power Girl patrolled the streets of Kandor — and fought against its totalitarian government — as Flamebird and Nightwing!
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