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MessageSujet: Le complot   Jeu 22 Déc - 14:30

1)Les super-crimnels s'associent!
2)Les forces du Mal veulent détruire la Magie(et ce n'est po à cause de Voldemort)!
3)Les planétes entrent en guerre!
4)Des guerriers sont créés pour détruire les super-héros!
5)Un génie du Mal,bien connu de nos héros,complotent!
6)Un nouveau criminel débarque à Githam City!
7)Un sérial-killer frappe les épouses des super-héros!
Le plus GRAND complot jamais vécu par la Ligue des Justiciers!
http://www.france-comics.com/article.php3?id_article=1382

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MessageSujet: Re: Le complot   Jeu 22 Déc - 14:36

Ordre de lecture:
1)Identity Crisis!
2)Countdown to Infinite Crisis!
3)En simultané:1)Omac Project! 2)Rann-Thanagar War!3)Day Of Vengeance!4)Villains United!
4)Infinite Crisis!

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MessageSujet: Re: Le complot   Mar 10 Jan - 15:39

Les morts:
SPOILER si vous attendez la VF bien sûr.
Un récapitulatif (non exhaustif) des victimes (morts ou disparus) d'IC jusqu'ici.
Et la liste :
1.
Black Bison/John Ravenhair (Day of Vengeance #1)
2.
Black Condor (Infinite Crisis #1)
3.
Blue Beetle (Countdown to Infinite Crisis)
4.
Captain Nazi (Batman #647)
5.
Carissa, Amazon Warrior (Infinite Crisis #2, Wonder Woman #223) not pictured
6.
Cheshire (Villains United #6, shot but death unconfirmed)
7.
Demolition Team (The OMAC Project #6, beaten by OMACS, deaths unconfirmed) not pictured
8.
Doctor Fate/Hector Hall (debatable, JSA #79)
9.
Doctor Polaris (Infinite Crisis #1)
10.
Dolphin (Infinite Crisis #3, debatable)
11.
Fastball (The OMAC Project #6, beaten by OMACs, death unconfirmed)
12.
Fiddler (Villains United #1)
13.
Firefly (The OMAC Project #6, beaten by OMACS, death unconfirmed)
14.
Fisherman (Gotham Central #37)
15.
Hawkwoman (Rann/Thanagar War #5)
16.
Human Bomb (Infinite Crisis #1)
17.
Hyena (Villains United #3)
18.
Kite-Man (Infinite Crisis #2, death rumored)
19.
Lyta Hall (debatable, JSA #79)
20.
Maxwell Lord (Wonder Woman #219)
21.
Mr. Atom (Infinite Crisis #2)
22.
Mr. Mxyzptlk (Adventures of Superman #647, debatable)
23.
Neptune Perkins (Infinite Crisis #3)
24.
Overthrow (The OMAC Project #3)
25.
Parademon (Villains United #6)
26.
Pariah (Villains United #6, shot but death unconfirmed)
27.
Phantom Lady (Infinite Crisis #1)
28.
Ratcatcher (Infinite Crisis #1)
29.
Rocket Red (The OMAC Project #5)
30.
Royal Flush Gang (Infinite Crisis #2, defeated but deaths unconfirmed)
31.
Satanus (Action Comics #832)
32.
Supermen of America (The OMAC Project #6, beaten by OMACs, deaths unconfirmed)
33.
Tekla, Amazon Warrior (Wonder Woman #223) not pictured
34.
Tempest (Infinite Crisis #3, debatable)
35.
Uncle Sam (appeared dead in Infinite Crisis #1, reported missing in #2)
36.
Wizard Shazam (Day of Vengeance #6)

http://www.heroicimages.net/investig..._memorial.html

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MessageSujet: Re: Le complot   Mer 11 Jan - 15:21

Citation :
Pour reumer la crise infinie :

1) OMAC -----> le satellite de surveillance des super-héros de Batman est devenue incontrolable et est passé aux mains de checkmate (dirigé par Max Lord) qui a aussi crée les OMAC : une armée a ses ordres comportant autant de membres que de super-personne dans le monde. Cette armée est fondue dans le decors et peut etre activée au bon vouloir de Max. Dans la mini Omac, on raconte en fait l'histoire de checkmate et la mort d'une grande partie des OMACs (mais pas tous ^^).

2)--------> day of vengeance : le spectre est un peu paumé maintenant qu'il n'a plus Hal Jordan comme hôte et eclipso arrive a lui mettre dans la tete que tuer tous les magiciens sur terre est une bonne chose, alors ce con de spectre le fait. On voit surtout dans cette mini la naissance d'une nouvelle equipe de super-heros magiciens : le powerpact. A la fin : combat spectre/Shazam et ce dernier pete et le rock of etenity (sa demeure) avec.
D'aprés ce que j'ai lu, Cap Marvel est le nouveau resident du rock of etenity.)

3)------> dans rann/thanagar war : comme le dit le titre, adama strange demande à hawkman et hawkgirl d'aider dans la guerre qui fait rage entre les 2 mondes : j'epargne les details mais le truc important pour la crise se trouve tout a la fin de la mini : une gigantesque vague (d'anti-matiere ???) spatiale arrive et bouffe tout sur son passage (Cf : crisis on infinte earths).

4)----------> villains united : un Luthor aux yeux bleus réunis un enorme paquet de vilains pour (soit disant) faire payer les heros des lavages de cerveaux... Un petit groupe de vilains se dresse devant eux, menés par un certain mockingbird qui n'est autre que Luthor aux yeux verts...On apprendra dans IC #3 que le vrai Luthor est celui aux yeux verts et que l'autre est
alex luthor que l'on a vu dans la premiere crisis
.
Le but de ce second Luthor est de capturer des heros (5 ou 6) précis venant de differents "mondes" (genre terre 1 , terre 2, etc...) et de les foutre sur une machine pour faire je ne sais quoi.

Dans les titres annexes aux mini, rien de bein vital :

JLA : Martian manhunter a été attaqué par superboy prime, la jla est disbanded, l'arc actuel n'a rien a voir avec la crise, sauf pour le fait que la jla n'est plus.

GL : aucun rapport avec la crise.

WW : bataille sur paradise island, rien de plus que dans IC.

Batman et detective : rien sur detective et batman c'est l'histoire avec red hood et black mask...Rapport avec IC : deathstroke veut que black mask rejoigne la society.

Les superman : pas enormement de rapport pour le moment : mais dans le dernier superman, bizarro fait une breve apparition et on risque de le voir sur le devant de la scene dans les prochains IC.

TT : pas de rapport mis a part dans le dernier numero ou superboy prime veut se faire le superboy glandeur de la terre (il glande car aprés avoir été manipulé par Luthor, il a plus confiance en lui alors il nourri les poules chez les kent) (d'ailleurs quand j'y pense, Le Luthor qui l'a fait peter son cable est peut etre bien alex luthor pour s'attirer es faveurs de superboy prime en l'enervant....en effet, c'est surtout ca qui le fait chier, le prime : voir sa doublure glander comme un con)

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MessageSujet: Re: Le complot   Mer 18 Jan - 18:42

Citation :

Countdown en mars, le démarrage de 2 minis en avril et les 2 autres en mai.

les 4 mini-séries qui suivront Countdown:


1- The OMAC Project par Greg Rucka et Jesus Saiz. Suite directe de Identity Crisis et Countdown, elle parlera des conséquences des actions de la JLA et de Batman: sait-il ce que ses collègues ont fait...etc...mais aussi de tout l'aspect social du DCU et comment les gens ordinaires réagissent face aux surhommes...etc...cela définit le nouveau ton que veut donner DC à son univers. Sortie du n°1 en avril.



2- Day of Vengeance par Bill Willingham et Justiniano. Elle relatera les conséquences de Identity Crisis et de Green Lantern: Rebirth puisqu'elle traitera surtout du Spectre et du côté magique de l'univers DC. Cet aspect ayant été très fort il y a longtemps, on nous promet des anciens personnages qu'on a pas vu depuis 20 ou 30 ans. Sortie du n°1 en avril.



3- Villains United par Gail Simone et Dale Eagelsham qui parlera donc du côté super-villains de l'univers DC: après avoir introduit le sens de la camaraderie chez eux, ils s'organisent. Qui les organisent, les dirigent ? Qui désire faire cavalier seul et ne pas faire partie du groupe ? Pourquoi? Sortie du n°1 en mai.



4- The Rann/Thanagar War par Dave Gibbons et Ivan Reis. Ce sera un peu la suite de la mini-série Adam Strange, un crossover avec la nouvelle série Green Lantern et établira la nouvelle continuité de la partie cosmique et science fictionelle de DC. Sortie du n°1 en mai.

On y apprend également que tout cela ne tombe pas du ciel et que Countdown n'est pas une mini-série isolée. En effet, depuis 2 ans et la mort de Donna Troy, DC a placé des secrets, des indices, des bouts de puzzle tout au long de l'univers DC depuis la mort de ce perso et que tout commence à se mettre en place et à avoir un sens.
Tout ce travail commence à avoir un sentiment de cohésion et commence à apparaître comme si cela se passait au même endroit et au même instant.
Dan Didio nous dit: "Croyez-le ou pas, les choses qui ont démarré dans cette histoire -en remontant à la mort de Donna Troy - vont finalement porter leurs fruits au bout du compte."

Planning de sortie des 4 minis-séries:

- le 20 avril: The OMAC Project 1/6
- le 27 avril: Day of Vengeance 1/6
- le 4 mai: Villains United 1/6
- le 11 mai: The Rann / Thanagar War 1/6
- le 18 mai: Day of Vengeance 2/6
- le 25 mai: The OMAC Project 2/6
- le 1er juin: Villains United 2/6
- le 8 juin: The Rann / Thanagar War 2/6
- le 15 juin: Day of Vengeance 3/6
- le 29 juin: The OMAC Project 3/6
- le 6 juillet: Villains United 3/6
- le 13 juillet: The Rann / Thanagar War 3/6
- le 20 juillet: Day of Vengeance 4/6
- le 27 juillet: The OMAC Project 4/6

Les tie-ins à Infinite Crisis:

En plus de Prelude à Infinite Crisis qui comprendra Flash #219 et Wonder Woman #214 (en entier) ainsi que l'histoire la plus longue de Superman Secret Files 2004, il y aura (ou a eu):

Action Comics #826
Superman #216
Adventures of Superman #630
Adventures of Superman #638
Superman/Batman #6
Green Lantern: Rebirth #4
Wonder Woman #215
Titans/Young Justice Graduation Day
Teen Titans #18
Teen Titans #19
Teen Titans #21
Teen Titans #23
JSA #58
JSA #70
JSA #72
Robin #135
Outsiders #21
Outsiders #22
Manhunter #6
Aquaman #29
Birds of Prey #80
Adam Strange #8

Voici les épisodes concernés selon les Crisis Counseling de DC:
- Crisis Counseling 1:
Identity Crisis #1 à #7
The Flash #214 à #216
Adventures of Superman #636
Manhunter #6
Green Lantern:Rebirth
Firestorm #9 à #11
Teen Titans #21
Outsiders #21
JSA #70
Breach #3
Wonder Woman #214
Countdown to Infinite Crisis

- Crisis Counseling 2:
Action Comics #826
Breach #4

- Crisis Counseling 3:
OMAC Project #1
Manhunter #9
Robin #137
Teen Titans #23

- Crisis Counseling 4:
Adventures of Superman #639
Batgirl #63
Batman #639
Day of Vengeance #1

- Crisis Counseling 5:
Superman #216
Villains United #1

- Crisis Counseling 6 de lundi prochain:
JSA #73 (tie-in à Day of Vengeance)
Rann-Thanagar War #1

- Crisis Counseling 7 à venir:
Superman #217 (tie-in à OMAC Project)

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MessageSujet: Re: Le complot   Ven 20 Jan - 15:18

Citation :
Infinite Crisis 4 : Rahhhhhhh Lovely! (Spoilers Inside)


La suite de l’événement DC de l’année. Critique en solo pour un numéro qui le mérite.
Il s’y passe encore plus de choses que dans l’épisode précédent. Un épisode dense et indispensable pour beaucoup de choses (un conseil lisez Flash 230 avant et Nightwing après si vous ne voulez pas avoir une drôle d’impression pendant la lecture ).
Encore, j’en veux encore . Jiménez est un bon disciple mais quand Pérez dessine autant de pages dans ce numéro
le destin de Flash
, on ne peut que se régaler à l’avance devant le JSA de Février dessiné par le maître (explosion des ventes en perspective pour une série déjà magnifique ?). Ah oui Ivan reis qui n’est pas un tâcheron non plus fait les dernières pages avec le Maître.
Pour en revenir à IC 4, la cover de Lee lui rend plus hommage dans le contenu (combat des superboys) même si la fin de l’épisode explique le dessin de la cover Pérez (j’ai pris celle-là car c’est Pérez et elle a un côté Cover de Crisis on Infinite Earths 1 que j’apprécie).
Johns après avoir semé pleins d’intrigues et nous avoir dribblé sur l’origine de la crise nous livre pas mal de choses.
Attentions spoilers en cascades mais c’est difficile de faire autrement devant l’importance des événements (dont j’e oublie certainement).
- origine du pétage de plomb du spectre par Eclipso : Superboy – earth prime remet un cristal noir au Psycho pirate qui ensorcelle la femme d’Atom pour que le spectre détruise la magie, celle-ci doit alimenter la machine d’Alex (d’où la mort de Shazam, super puissance magique)
- Alex dirigeait la society via hologramme
- nouvel hôte du spectre = Crispus Allen tué dans Gotham central par Corrigan (comme quoi ce Corrigan a un lien avec le spectre ^^)
- Superboy- prime décapite le titan Pantha quand les titans et la Doom Patrol viennent aider un Connor balayé (comme prévu par un mec qui déplace les planètes dont Oa)
- la Society qui détruit Bludhaven grâce à Chemo (il avait massacré Atlantis dans Crisis…)
- Batman qui rend un hommage à Nightwing : pour lui Dick est qqn de respecté par tous et tous peuvent (vont ?) le suivre contre Alex et sa clique
- earth2 qui revient et qui enlève de earth1 tous ses héros (et bad guys je pense) dont les membres de la jsa d’origine
Mais ce qui reste de cet épisode c’est Flash ou plutôt les flash. Cette partie est magnifiquement dessinée par Pérez..
Pour empêcher Superboy-Prime de tuer les héros venus secourir Connor, les speedsters (Wally, Jay et Bart) ‘emmènent dans la speed force et là grand moment d’héroisme (un peu comme dans le dessin animé où Wally empêche Luthor de le flinguer) : ne pouvant se contrôler, Wally est absorbé par la speed force (poignant ses ? adieux ? avec Linda, Jay perd son lien avec mais part continue le combat et là miracle Barry , Max Mercury et Johnny Quick emmènent le Superboy rendu incontrôlable dans la speed force (et Bart par la même occasion ?)

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MessageSujet: Re: Le complot   Ven 20 Jan - 15:19

Citation :
sinon, c'est un peu dommage que le Flash soit encore sacrifié durant la Crise...Barry l'avait fait, Wally le fait...un peu dommage, quand même...mais étant donné que Wally est déjà revenu de la Speed Force, qui sait ?

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MessageSujet: Re: Le complot   Ven 20 Jan - 15:20

Citation :
J'ai pas pu m'empêcher de me faire spoiler, mais rien à péter.

Questions :


Est-ce que les auteurs nous ont expliqué pourquoi Superboy-Prime et Luthor 4 ont pété un câble ?

Ca y est, Luthor 4 a activé sa machine ? Terre 2 est revenue ? La vieille Loïs va donc être sauvée ?

C'est qui les héros envoyés au combat pour latter Superboy Prime ? Ces crétins de héros ont pensé à mettre des magiciens dans le tas ou pas ?


A tes risques et périls.
bin apparemment alex est sûr qu'il oeuvre pour le bien mais le superboy lui se voit en héros ultime et là il perd les pédales à un point que c'est troublant.
Alex a effectivement ativé sa machine : earth 2 est revenue : l'épisode se termine avec Kal-L et lois earth 2devant le dayly star.
pour latter superboy grosse tête, connor appelle les teen titans à la rescousse qui amène en renfort des titans de toutes les générations (d'aulleurs Rysk y perd un bras ) la jsa et la doom patrol et non ya apsde magicien (ils pouvaient pas savoir ce qui massacrait connor)

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MessageSujet: Re: Le complot   Ven 20 Jan - 15:20

Citation :
En partie, superboy est frustré mentallement dérangé et a du trop cotoyé le psycho pirate à mon avis car il est vraiment psycho
Alex se prend pour Dieu tout simplement.
Machine activée de manière sympathique grace à black adam
Terre 2 semble etre revenue à la fin et lois est rajeunie.
Les héros envoyés sont les titans la doom patrol et jsa, mais cette dernière fait quasiment rien en fait, c'est surtout les titans de seconde zone qui vont au contact et se font exploser

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MessageSujet: Re: Le complot   Jeu 16 Fév - 15:07

Les super criminels associés:
Citation :
3rd Formation

Years passed before the Society saw any more formal organization. Their regrouping was prompted by rumors that the JLA had altered Dr. Light's mind. Assembled by six villains and now simply called The Society, the team is at its strongest version ever, consisting of several super-villains of the DC Universe. The Society stars in the six-part comics miniseries Villains United.

The Society's council

* Lex Luthor (Alexander Luthor, Jr. in disguise)
* Black Adam
* Talia al Ghul
* Doctor Psycho
* Calculator
* Deathstroke the Terminator


The Society members

* Doctor Light III (Arthur Light)
* Mister Freeze
* Shadow-Thief
* Multiplex
* Cheetah II (Barbara Minerva)
* Black Manta
* Bug and Byte
* Felix Faust
* Fadeaway Man
* Gentleman Ghost
* Cicada
* Fatality
* Shrapnel
* Knockout
* Phobia
* Skorpio
* Prometheus III
* Plasmus
* The Body Doubles
* Gorilla Grodd
* Sabbac II (Ishmael Gregor)
* Weather Wizard
* Doctor Polaris
* Captain Nazi
* Wizard
* Count Vertigo
* Black Spider III (Derrick Coe)
* Killer Frost II (Louise Lincoln)
* Brutale
* Hellhound II (Jack Chifford)
* Crazy Quilt II
* Crime Doctor
* Hyena I or II
* Queen Bee (Queen Zazzala)
* The female Parasite
* Members of the Royal Flush Gang
* Possibly the "Superior Five"
o Tremor = Awkwardman
o Hindenberg = Blimp
o Splitshot = White Feather
o Lagomorph = Dumb Bunny
o Jongleur = Merryman
* Monsieur Mallah
* The Madmen
* Double Dare
* Tweedledum and Tweedledee
* Sinestro
* Scarecrow
* Amazo
* Amos Fortune
* Solomon Grundy
* Bolt
* Übermensch I
* Toyman (Winslow Shott)
* Atomic Skull (Albert Michaels)
* Torpedo Man
* Humpty Dumpty
* King Shark
* Ragdoll (Peter Merkel)



* The Fearsome Five
o Psimon
o Jinx
o Mammoth
o Shimmer
* Sting I
* Ibac
* Virtuoso
* Giganta
* Zsasz
* Mister Terrible
* Cheshire
* Zoom
* Psycho Pirate II (Roger Hayden)
* Bizarro
* Doctor Thaddeus Sivana
* Mister Atom
* Abra Kadabra
* Computron
* Chain Lightning
* Girder
* Bug-Eyed Bandit II
* Goth
* Silver Banshee
* The General
* Deep Six members
* Charybdis
* Ocean Master
* Eel
* Blackrock
* Black Mask
* Penguin
* Riddler
* Captain Cold
* Mirror Master III (Evan McCulloch)
* Trickster (James Jesse)
* Capt. Boomerang II (Owen Mercer)
* Angle Man
* Hammer
* Sickle
* Hugo Strange
* Scavenger II
* Murmur
* Red Panzer III
* Ventriloquist
* Fisherman
* Clayface (Basil Karlo)
* Poison Ivy
* Harley Quinn
* Harlequin III (Marcie Cooper)
* Warp
* Trident
* The Brain
* Punch and Jewelee
* Brotherhood of Dada members
* Merlyn
* Houngan
* Gemini
* Chemo

Some former members of the Wizard's Secret Society, also victims of JLA's mindwiping in the past, had their memories unlocked by Despero and then were summoned back together for revenge by the Wizard. Zatanna reluctantly re-erased their memories of the JLA's identities.

* Wizard
* Star Sapphire III (Deborah Darnell)
* Matter Master
* Felix Faust
* Floronic Man
* Chronos (David Clinton)

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MessageSujet: Re: Le complot   Jeu 16 Fév - 15:13

Les morts:
Citation :
Leadup to Infinite Crisis

The following characters died in the six-month leadup:

* Amos Fortune (Villains United #6)
* Black Bison (John Ravenhair) (Day of Vengeance #1)
* Blue Beetle (Ted Kord) (Countdown to Infinite Crisis)
* Bug (Villains United #1)
* Doc of the Omega Men (Adam Strange #4)
* Fastball (The OMAC Project #6)
* Fiddler (Villains United #1)
* Firefly (The OMAC Project #6)
* Hawkwoman (Shayera Thal) (Rann-Thanagar War #5)
* Hyena (Villains United #3; which of the two known Hyenas died is unknown)



* Hyperion (DC Special: The Return of Donna Troy #4)
* Maxwell Lord (Wonder Woman #219)
* Monocle (Manhunter #9)
* Onimar Synn (Rann-Thanagar War #6)
* Overthrow (The OMAC Project #3)
* Parademon (Villains United #6)
* Rocket Red (Dimitri Pushkin) (The OMAC Project #5)
* Shazam (Day of Vengeance #6)
* Sparta of Synriannaq (DC Special: The Return of Donna Troy #1)
* Thia (DC Special: The Return of Donna Troy #4)

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Infinite Crisis

The following characters died during the events of Infinite Crisis:

* Baby Wildebeest (Infinite Crisis #4)
* Black Condor (Ryan Kendall) (Infinite Crisis #1)
* Bushido (Infinite Crisis #4)
* Carissa, Amazon Warrior (Infinite Crisis #2, Wonder Woman #223)
* Crispus Allen (Gotham Central #38; see Returns below)
* Former Doctor Fates in Nabu's helm (Day of Vengeance Infinite Crisis Special #1)
* Doctor Polaris (Infinite Crisis #1)
* Fisherman (Gotham Central #37)
* Fury (Lyta Trevor-Hall) (JSA #79)
* Hector Hall (JSA #79)
* Human Bomb (Infinite Crisis #1)
* Jade (Rann-Thanagar War Infinite Crisis Special #1)



* Koryak, Aquaman's son (Aquaman #38)
* Mick Wong, Firestorm's partner (Infinite Crisis #4)
* Nabu (Day of Vengeance Infinite Crisis Special #1)
* Neptune Perkins (Infinite Crisis #3)
* Pantha (Infinite Crisis #4)
* Phantom Lady (Dee Tyler) (Infinite Crisis #1)
* Ragdoll (Peter Merkel) (JSA Classified #7)
* Ratcatcher (Infinite Crisis #1)
* Satanus (Action Comics #832)
* Tekla, Amazon Warrior (Wonder Woman #223)
* Vulko, of Atlantis (Aquaman #38)
* Mr. Whitmore, Stargirl's con-artist father (JSA #81)

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* Air Wave (Harold Jordan) (Infinite Crisis #4, dispersed, could reintegrate)
* Black Manta (Aquaman #39, death unconfirmed)
* Captain Nazi (Batman #647, arguable given his invulnerability)
* Cerdian, son of Garth and Dolphin (Infinite Crisis #3, death unconfirmed)
* Chain Lightning (Outsiders #33, caused an explosion, death unconfirmed)
* Cheshire (Villains United #6, death unconfirmed)
* Demolition Team (The OMAC Project #6, beaten by OMACs, deaths unconfirmed)
* Dolphin (Infinite Crisis #3, death unconfirmed)
* Earth-Prime Superboy (Infinite Crisis #4, disappeared, status unknown)
* Flash (Wally West), along with wife Linda Park West, and children Barry West and Iris West II (Infinite Crisis #4, disappeared, status unknown)
* Kid Flash (Bart Allen) (Infinite Crisis #4, disappeared, status unknown)
* Kite-Man (Infinite Crisis #2, death rumored)
* Lagoon Boy (Infinite Crisis #3, death unconfirmed)



* Lori Lemaris (Infinite Crisis #3, death unconfirmed)
* Mister Mxyzptlk (Adventures of Superman #647, debatable)
* Pariah (Villains United #6, death unconfirmed, supposedly immortal)
* Royal Flush Gang (Infinite Crisis #2, defeated but deaths unconfirmed; their King is immortal)
* Supermen of America (The OMAC Project #6, beaten by OMACs, deaths unconfirmed)
* Tempest (Garth) (Inifinite Crisis #3, confirmed missing Aquaman #38)
* T'Charr and Terataya (Day of Vengeance Special, deaths unconfirmed)
* Uncle Sam of the Freedom Fighters (appeared dead Infinite Crisis #1, reported missing #2; immortal)

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MessageSujet: Re: Le complot   Jeu 16 Fév - 15:15

Les réssucités:
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* Crispus Allen (Infinite Crisis #4, new host for the Spectre - technically still dead)
* The Doom Patrol (Teen Titans #32, latest incarnation revealed to be originals after all)
* Kal-L, Superman of Earth-Two (Infinite Crisis #1)
* Kid Eternity (Teen Titans #31)
* Lady Quark (Villains United #5)



* Lois Lane of Earth-Two (Infinite Crisis #1)
* Alexander Luthor, Jr. of Earth-Three (Infinite Crisis #1, but has been posing as the Society's Luthor as early as Countdown to Infinite Crisis)
* Superboy of Earth-Prime (Infinite Crisis #1, but has been active for some time, was glimpsed in JLA #119. See also Missing above.)
* Jason Todd as new Red Hood (Batman #617, Batman #638)
* Donna Troy (DC Special: The Return of Donna Troy #1)

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MessageSujet: Re: Le complot   Jeu 16 Fév - 15:28

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"One Year Later..." storylines

* In March 2006, both Superman and Batman titles will launch separate 8-issue storylines between their two titles (Superman and Action Comics, and Batman and Detective Comics, respectively). Both titles promise to introduce us to DC's superheroes "one year later" and cause major changes to the characters' status quo.
o The Superman storyline is co-written by Geoff Johns and Kurt Busiek, with art by Pete Woods, and cover art by Terry and Rachel Dodson. The four-month, eight-part story arc called "Up, Up and Away" will run through Action Comics #837-840 and Superman #650-653. It will feature new versions of supervillains the Toyman and the Kryptonite Man, as well as the Prankster. The first part of the story cryptically describes Metropolis bidding farewell to a hero.
o The Batman storyline, "Face the Face", is written by James Robinson, with art by Leonard Kirk and Don Kramer. It will run through Batman #651-654 and Detective Comics #817-820. Several Gotham villains are murdered by a mysterious vigilante who has a connection with the new commissioner of Gotham police.
* Selina Kyle will no longer be Catwoman, and someone new (her friend Holly) will have replaced her. Additionally, Selina will be pregnant and will be using a different name.
* Robin is wanted for murder.
* A Batwoman will be introduced.
* Oliver Queen, a.k.a. Green Arrow, will have become mayor of Star City at the beginning of "One Year Later...". Green Arrow will have been out of sight during the past year as Queen ran his campaign and took office.
* The Outsiders will have publicly disbanded as a superhero team, but will continue to act covertly.
* Supergirl and Power Girl will be teamed together as the heroes Nightwing and Flamebird in the Bottled City of Kandor.
* Ravager (Rose Wilson) and Kid Devil, along with two others, will become members of the Teen Titans. The mysterious Titans East will be introduced.
* Vandal Savage will crash land on Earth, seeking Green Lantern for retribution for an unknown crime.
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Cancellations

DC Comics has recently announced that, in conjunction with 52 and the "One Year Later..." event, it will be cancelling some of its long-running series, including the current Wonder Woman (vol.2) title, the current The Flash (vol.2) title, Gotham Central, Batman: Gotham Knights, Plastic Man, JLA , the current Superman (vol.2) title and Batgirl.
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Renaming

* Hawkman will be retitled Hawkgirl beginning with issue #50.
* Adventures of Superman will be renamed to simply Superman, restoring the original title of this series with issue #650.
* Legion of Super-Heroes will be retitled Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes. This change is supposed to only last about 2-3 issues. This will begin with issue #16 [1].
* Aquaman will become Aquaman: Sword of Atlantis with issue #40, starring a brand new character as the lead role.
* At issue #23, Firestorm will be retitled Firestorm: The Nuclear Man.

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New series

* Blue Beetle will have a new title character following in the footsteps of Ted Kord, written by Keith Giffen and John Rogers.
* Wonder Woman (vol. 3), starting June 2006, with artist Terry Dodson.
* Flash (vol. 3), written by Danny Bilson and Paul De Meo (producers of the 1990s Flash TV series) with art by Ken Lashley.
* Superman Confidential, ongoing title beginning June 2006 with revolving creative teams.
* Batman Confidential, also with revolving creative teams.
* Checkmate, a spin-off of The OMAC Project, writer Greg Rucka, artist Jesus Saiz.
* Shadowpact, a spin-off of Day of Vengeance, writer and artist Bill Willingham.
* Secret Six, a spin-off of Villains United, writer Gail Simone, artist Brad Walker.
* Ion, a Green Lantern spin-off, writer Ron Marz, artist Greg Tocchini.
* Green Lantern Corps, another spin-off from Green Lantern, beginning April 2006.
* Replacing JLA will be the new Justice League of America, beginning June 2006, written by Brad Meltzer and drawn by Ed Benes.
* The Spirit written and illustrated by Darwyn Cooke. How the Spirit, not previously a DC character, will be brought into continuity, is unknown.

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* The Question, Renee Montoya, Elongated Man, Booster Gold, Black Adam, Steel and possibly Lex Luthor will be the major players in 52.
* Grant Morrison has mentioned in interviews that he has, 'in his spare time, redesigned several unused DC characters'. He presented them to Dan DiDio as part of his Seven Soldiers of Victory proposal, and some of these will be 'rolling out with the rest' in 2006.
* It has also been noted that one of the main characters of 52 will not survive by the tale's end.

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Black Condor II (Ryan Kendall; first appearance, Black Condor #1 (1992); killed in Infinite Crisis #1): Though Black Condor belonged to both Primal Force and the Justice League (briefly), he eventually found a home with the Freedom Fighters like his predecessor. Unfortunately, Condor was the first member of that team to die when they were ambushed by the Society.

Human Bomb (Roy Lincoln; first appearance Police Comics #1 (1941); killed in Infinite Crisis #1): A member of the Freedom Fighters since their inception, the explosive hero wound up on the wrong end (er, right end?) of a beating by Bizarro during the confrontation with the Society. To his credit, he did manage to smoke Dr. Polaris before his demise.

Uncle Sam (First appearance, National Comics #1 (1940); possibly killed in Infinite Crisis #1): The personification of the American ideal led the Freedom Fighters, and was felled by Sinestro. However (State of the Union Moment coming) . . . you can’t kill America, bitches! So while it looked pretty clear that Sam was quite dead, his body was missing by issue #2 and he’s apparently around to lead the new incarnation of the team “One Year Later”. He may have been dead, but, say it with me, “He got better.”

Dr. Polaris (First appearance, Green Lantern #21 (1962); killed in Infinite Crisis #1): It’s fitting that the magnetic man with a split personality wound up in pieces. ZING! I’m on today. At any rate, Dr. Polaris was actually one of the first characters involved with the first Crisis. He joined Luthor’s Society and participated in the attack on the Freedom Fighters. He was also stupid enough to mock the Human Bomb, who detonated and killed him. Remember that, kids: “Smart in books is not always smart in life.”

Phantom Lady II (Dee Tyler; first appearance Action Comics Weekly #636 (1989); died in Infinite Crisis #1: Dee was trained by original Phantom Lady Sandra Knight, and participated in many adventures over the years. She joined the Freedom Fighters sometime around Our Worlds at War. Possessor of one of the all-time fan-favorite costumes, Phantom Lady II was killed by Deathstroke during the Society ambush.

Ratcatcher (Otis Flannegan; first appearance, Detective Comics #585 (1988); killed in Infinite Crisis #1): Otis, they don't see you as I do. I wish they would try to.
I'm sure they'd think again. If they had a friend like Ben, er, you. This lower-level Bat-villain fell to an OMAC as the new Crisis began in earnest.

Carissa (Killed in Infinite Crisis #2 and Wonder Woman #223): Amazon warriors are so tough they have to be killed twice. Good thing there are plenty of OMACs.

Neptune Perkins (First appearance, Flash Comics #66 (1945); killed in Infinite Crisis #3): Perkins joined the Young All-Stars during World War 2, and later served with distinction in the Senate. He was married to fellow Young All-Star Tsunami, and believed himself to be the father of her daughter Deep Blue/Indigo (she actually belonged to Atlan). Perkins died during the Society’s assault on Atlantis when he was bitten in half by King Shark. He’ll never wear a lifejacket again.

King Shark (Possibly killed in Infinite Crisis #3): King Shark killed Neptune Perkins, and was promptly impaled by Aquaman. However, a character that appears to be King Shark showed up in the new Aquaman: Sword of Atlantis.

Citizens of Atlantis: In Infinite Crisis #3, the Spectre destroys the city of Atlantis, presumably killing thousands of its inhabitants.

Stallion (Killed in Infinite Crisis #4): Criminal enforcer, hit-man, and frequent antagonist of Nightwing, Stallion was shown to be in the city of Bludhaven when it was Chemo-bombed. He is assumed to have been killed.

Citizens of Bludhaven: The Brotherhood of Evil/Society of Sin/Guys-Who-Fight-The-Titans acted in collusion with the Society by using the construct Chemo as a bomb dropped on the city. The resultant chemical explosion appears to have killed thousands.

Pantha (First appearance, New Titans #73 (1991); killed in Infinite Crisis #4): Originally called X-24 (and this was 15 years ago, kids), the claw-wielding being known as Pantha was created by the Wildebeest Society and joined the Titans during the “Titans Hunt”. She formed a surrogate family with “Baby” Wildebeest, itself a genetically-engineered creation of that group, and Red Star, the Russian Titan. When a coalition of heroes descended on Superboy Prime, Pantha, true to her nature, attacked without thinking. Superboy Prime, still not realizing his strength in the regular universe, swung and decapitated her.

”Baby” Wildebeest (First appearance, New Titans #84 (1992); killed in Infinite Crisis #4): The one IC death that I find really hard to reconcile is the death of “Baby” Wildebeest. The creature was essentially a toddler that would attain adult size and even greater strength when it or its “momma”, Pantha, were threatened. Upon seeing her death at the hands of Superboy Prime, “Baby” leaped into the fray and was promptly killed by the unraveling Kryptonian himself. One questions the morality on the part of the heroes of repeatedly allowing a toddler into battle, which I have to figure is much worse than the employ of teen sidekicks.

Bushido (First appearance, Titans Annual #1 (2000); killed in Infinite Crisis #4): Bushido first appeared during the “Planet DC” event and joined Titans L.A. His death is one I don’t have a hard time reconciling.

Risk (Cody Driscoll; severely injured in Infinite Crisis #4): One of the “Teen Titans” from the mid-‘90s, Risk loses an arm in battle with Superboy Prime. He is shown to be alive in critical condition in Teen Titans #32.

Mick Wong (died during Infinite Crisis #4): This pal of Jason Rusch, Firestorm, joined him in the “Firestorm Matrix”, the fusion needed to make the hero manifest. Mick accompanied Jason into space, offering counsel and wisecracks. Unfortunately, events caused Mick to “burn out”, and he essentially dissipated.

Lois Lane of Earth-2 (First appearance, Action Comics #1 (1938); died in
Infinite Crisis #5): Lois was the wife of the Earth-2 Superman. After the original Crisis, she accompanied her husband, Alexander Luthor and Superboy Prime into the pocket universe outside of the new timeline. E2 Superman was manipulated into helping Alexander Luthor further his plan to find the one “perfect Earth” with the promise of a return of Earth-2 that would restore the ailing Lois. Sadly, after Luthor’s promised “Earth-2” appeared, Lois and E2 Superman arrived there only long enough for her to collapse and die.

Steve Trevor of Earth-2 (death revealed in Infinite Crisis #5): Steve Trevor left the mortal plane with his wife, Wonder Woman of Earth-2, after the first Crisis when they ascended to Mount Olympus. After watching the events of the new Crisis unfold, and losing Olympus due to the departure of the pantheon, Steve and E2 Diana tried to make their way to the Wonder Woman of the current universe. Steve expired in the attempt.

Wonder Woman of Earth-2 (Diana Prince; first appearance All-Star Comics #8; apparently fades from existence in Infinite Crisis #5) E2 Wonder Woman made the journey to the side of the current Wonder Woman with the aid of her husband, Steve Trevor. The act cost Steve his life. Reaching her counterpart, “Diana Prince” told her that she had to stand strong by (the current) Superman’s side whether he wanted her help or not. “Diana” indicated that she didn’t have much time, and literally flew off into the distance in her Invisible Plane after depositing Wonder Woman on Earth-2 to find Superman.

Related specials and regular issues

Nabu (First appearance, More Fun Comics #55 (1940); killed in Day of Vengeance Infinite Crisis Special #1): A Lord of Order, the spirit of Dr. Fate’s helmet, and a fairly consistent pain in the arse, Nabu has a complicated history. At times alternating between well-intentioned and manipulative, he eventually took over the incarnation of Dr. Fate during the running battles with the Spectre. During this clash, he and the spirits of the former Dr. Fates who dwelt in the realm in the helm were destroyed.

Jade (Jennie-Lynn Hayden; first appearance All-Star Squadron #25; killed in Rann-Thanagar War Infinite Crisis Special #1): Daughter of Green Lantern Alan Scott and the villainous Rose, and sister of Obsidian, Jade enjoyed great popularity as a member of Infinity Inc. and The Outsiders. She had a long run as Green Lantern Kyle Rayner’s girlfriend, and it was by his side that she died while battling against the machinations of Alexander Luthor in outer space. The energy in her went into Kyle, triggering his return engagement as the entity called Ion.

Hector Hall and Lyta Trevor aka Fury (First appearances: Lyta first appeared in Wonder Woman #300, and Hector bowed in All-Star Squadron #25, both 1983; they left this plane in JSA #79): Among the characters who took a continuity beating in the first Crisis were Hector and Lyta. Originally Silver Scarab and Fury of Infinity Inc. the two went through many turbulent periods. Hector became a new Sandman, died, as we reborn as the new Dr. Fate. In the interim, Lyta gave birth to Daniel of the Dreaming and was concealed from Hector’s searches for months. Eventually reunited, the duo fell victim to the Spectre’s rampage. Trapped in hell and beset by demons, Hector was certainly dying. An unconscious Lyta accepted the invitation of Daniel to join him in The Dreaming. Their physical bodies apparently dead, Lyta and Hector left the core universe, “never to return”.

Fisherman (First appearance, Aquaman #21 (1965); killed in Gotham Central #37): This constant foe of Aquaman enjoyed watching OLN and Brad Paisley’s “I’m Gonna Miss Her.” He was killed amid the craziness in Gotham at the outset of the new Crisis.

Crispus Allen (First appearance, Detective Comics #742 (2000); killed in Gotham Central #38): Gotham police detective and partner of Rene Montoya, Crispus Allen was killed by Jim Corrigan, a dirty CSI tech. However, his story is still far from over.

Rag Doll (Peter Merkel; first appearance Flash Comics #36 (1942); killed in JSA Classified #7): Frequent antagonist of several members of the JSA, the original Rag Doll was presumed dead, but returned near the end of the run of Starman. Joining with the Injustice Society of a mission to free Johnny Sorrow from extradimensional imprisonment, Rag Doll would up being killed in commission of Sorrow’s liberation.

Satanus (First appearance, Adventures of Superman #493 (1992); killed in Action Comics #832): The demonic adversary of Superman was killed by the Spectre during the latter’s anti-magic rampage.

Tekla (Killed in Wonder Woman #223): Apparently, some Amazons get killed by OMACs only once.

Koryak and Vulko (likely killed in Infinite Crisis #3; revealed as dead in Aquaman #38): Koryak was the son of Aquaman (from his Inuit booty call back in the day), and Vulko was his occasionally duplicitous adviser. Both were killed when the Spectre destroyed the city of Atlantis.

Sam Kurtis (killed in JSA #81): Kurtis was the absentee father of Stargirl of the JSA. He was killed when his building collapsed during the battles of the new Crisis.

Fel Andar (killed in Hawkman #48): If you’re convoluted and you know it clap your hands . . . Fel Andar was a character created to help address some of the post-Crisis retconning that spilled out of the late-in-the-game changes to Hawkman. Ostensibly created to explain how a Thanagarian type Hawkman could have fought alongside the JLI after Crisis and before Hawkworld, Fel Andar was said to be a Thanagarian spy who betrayed and killed his wife (that brief period’s Hawkwoman) and fled the planet. His son would turn out to be Golden Eagle. Andar actually attempted to reform, and was killed by Blackfire during the battles of the Rann-Thanagar conflict. As he died, Andar implored Golden Eagle to reform himself.

Presently, there are a number of possible deaths that are either intentionally mysterious or unresolved. Among the questionable demises are Air-Wave (who may have simply lost form to reintegrate later), Black Manta, Captain Nazi, Chain Lightning, Kite-Man, Mister Mxyzptlk (who obviously died, but has a nature that may allow an easy return), T’Charr and Terataya.

Also, there are a few groups of characters where questions linger. Firstly, the Royal Flush Gang. They were apparently all slaughtered by the Joker, but two gang members appeared elsewhere after the fact and King is allegedly immortal. Is there already a new gang, and/or did Joker discover a way to kill King?

As to a number of Atlantean characters, there is presently no firm word on Tempest, Dolphin, Cerdian (their daughter), Lagoon Boy, and Lori Lemaris. Likewise, the fates of Kid Flash (Bart Allen), Flash III (Wally West), Linda Park, and Wally and Linda’s twins are uncertain, given their entry into the Speed Force.

And that’s the way it is at the beginning of March, 2006. We’re segueing into “One Year Later” with a number of questions still on the table and more fates to be resolved. Perhaps we’ll check back in soon with an overview of the revamps and major changes wrought by the mini-series and the “One Year Later” titles. Sounds like a great bit for the week of issue #6 . . .

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* Jean Loring, during a twisted attempt to get back with her ex-husband the Atom, accidentally killed Sue Dibny, the wife of Elongated Man.
* During the investigation of the murder, seven members of the Justice League—the Atom, Black Canary, Elongated Man, Green Arrow, Green Lantern, Hawkman and Zatanna—met, discussing how they once mind-wiped Dr. Light after he was caught assaulting Sue.
* Calculator resurfaced, setting up assignments for metahuman mercenaries.
* Dr. Light, seeking protection from the Justice League (who considered him a suspect of Sue's murder), hired Deathstroke. Slade Wilson fought them to a near standstill until Green Arrow plunged an arrow into his eye.
* During the battle, Dr. Light remembered that the heroes had purged his memory, altering his personality and intelligence.
* Further covering her tracks, Loring arranged for Jack Drake (the father of Robin) and Captain Boomerang to kill each other.
* While questioning the Shadow Thief, Firestorm was stabbed and detonated, disappearing in an explosion of energy.
* The Flash learned that the Justice League also mind-wiped Batman, who walked in on them as they were "operating" on Dr. Light years ago.
* The Atom figured out what Loring had done and turned her over to Arkham Asylum.

In THE FLASH #214-#216, Wally West learned of Barry Allen's involvement in the Dr. Light mind-wipe. He also discovered that they had done the same to multiple villains over the years, including the Top, who in turn had altered the personalities of several of the Flash's rogues.

In ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #636, the Man of Steel learned that the villain called Ruin was targeting his loved ones. Unbeknownst to Superman, Ruin is working for Lex Luthor's newly formed secret Society of super-villains. Following a battle with Ruin, Superman then met with Wonder Woman and Batman, who discussed the option of mind-wiping him, as they had done to Dr. Light.

In MANHUNTER #6, Kate Spencer began the prosecution of Shadow Thief for the murder of Firestorm. Also in that issue, the Society employed Calculator to find someone to "deal with" Shadow Thief.

In GREEN LANTERN: REBIRTH, Hal Jordan returned to claim his mantle of the Green Lantern of space sector 2814. In doing so, he gave up the mantle of the Spectre, freeing the entity to once again become the embodiment of God's wrath.

In FIRESTORM #9-#11, Ronnie Raymond returned to life, now bonded to the mind of the new Firestorm, Jason Rusch.

In TEEN TITANS #21, Dr. Light attacked the Teen Titans in an effort to rehabilitate his reputation.

In OUTSIDERS #21, Nightwing learned that Batman had been funding the team. Meanwhile, Arsenal discovered that Deathstroke had been masquerading as the Dark Knight and manipulating the Outsiders for over a year.

In JSA #70, the Society successfully recruited Black Adam.

In BREACH #3, Kobra agents—working for the Society—encountered and battled the transformed Major Tim Zanetti. Luthor's group is now greatly interested in the power that Zanetti possesses.

In WONDER WOMAN #214, Cheetah introduced Zoom to Dr. Psycho, a member of the secret Society.

In COUNTDOWN TO INFINITE CRISIS:


* Batman told Alfred that he knows "everything they did" in reference to the Justice League's memory-wiping actions in IDENTITY CRISIS.
* Lex Luthor, Deathstroke, Dr. Psycho, Talia, Black Adam and Calculator stood revealed as a cabal of super-villains known as The Society. Its goal? As Luthor told an angry Dr. Light, "retribution."
* Adam Strange sent a desperate emergency message to the JLA watchtower, telling an alarmed J'onn J'onnz that the forces of Thanagar had invaded the planet Rann.
* The Wizard Shazam, revealing an upcoming conflagration involving Captain Marvel, the Spectre and additional members of DC's magical community, revealed that "for the first time in a thousand years" he was "filled with questions" concerning the future.
* Someone stole over 100 pounds of kryptonite (recovered from Supergirl's arrival on Earth) from a Kord Omniversal warehouse.
* Investigating the theft, Blue Beetle uncovered the O.M.A.C. project, an all-seeing satellite surveillance network that knows the secret identities—and weaknesses—of the world's heroes, including Batman, Wonder Woman, Captain Marvel, Green Lantern, the Flash, Martian Manhunter and Superman.
* An O.M.A.C. satellite blasted the house of Blue Beetle, severely injuring Booster Gold.
* Maxwell Lord, head of the O.M.A.C. project, revealed himself to be the King of a newly formed Checkmate and fatally shot Blue Beetle, who had uncovered his plans and refused to join his team.

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MessageSujet: Re: Le complot   Jeu 9 Mar - 20:36

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In ACTION COMICS #826:
* While he tracked the movement of Bruce Gordon, the Wizard Shazam warned his champion, Captain Marvel: "The past has come back to haunt us again. But unlike before...that was the beginning...now we are reaching the end."
* Investigating a string of mysterious suicides in Metropolis, Superman came face-to-face with a kryptonite-enhanced Lex Corp. battle suit that S.T.A.R. Labs had recently retrieved from outer space. Inside was S.T.A.R. Labs doctor Jeanine Tracey, possessed by the entity that Gordon was chasing: the evil being known as Eclipso!
In THE O.M.A.C. PROJECT #1
* Under orders from Checkmate's new Black King Maxwell Lord, Black Knight Sasha Bordeux "sanitized" the murder site of Blue Beetle!
* Wonder Woman tracked down Booster Gold, who together set out to find the missing Ted Kord!
* Maxwell Lord realized that Batman had erased the O.M.A.C. metahuman database!
* Batman discovered that Blue Beetle had been killed...and that the Brother Mach I was no longer under his control!

In MANHUNTER #9
In the middle of a trial, Kate Spencer leaped into battle as Manhunter when Merlyn, Monocle and Phobia (hired by Lex Luthor's secret Society) attacked the Los Angeles Federal Courthouse...intent on silencing Shadow Thief!

In ROBIN #137
After fending off an attack by the assassin known as the Dark Rider, Tim Drake discovered that the Penguin had put out an open contract on the lives of Robin and Batgirl!

In TEEN TITANS #23

* While battling Dr. Light, the Titans learned that the Justice League had mind-wiped and lobotomized their now enraged foe!
* Vowing to maintain their trust in one another, each Titan revealed a secret...but Superboy did not admit that 50% of his DNA comes from Lex Luthor!
* The Titans handed the defeated Dr. Light over to Batman and Batgirl...who were actually Deathstroke and Ravager in disguise!
In ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #639



* Superman discovered that the LexCorp battle suit that attacked him (in the pages of ACTION COMICS #826) was reinforced with a kryptonite alloy!
* The Man of Steel also learned that Eclipso was attempting to lure him to his touch by possessing civilians and compelling them to commit suicide!
* Eclipso finally succeeded in possessing Superman...and quickly collided with the World's Mightiest Mortal, Captain Marvel!

In BATGIRL #63

* Forging an alliance with Lex Luthor's secret Society, Penguin hired Deathstroke to kill Batgirl!
* After barely eluding the one-eyed assassin, Cassandra came face-to-face with Deathstroke's daughter, the Ravager!

In BATMAN #639

* While investigating the return of Jason Todd, the Dark Knight told Zatanna and Green Arrow — who were both present at Batman's mindwipe — that he didn't trust them!
* After stealing the 100-pound crate of Kryptonite from the Kord Industries warehouse, the new Red Hood (a.k.a. Jason Todd) continued to encroach on the Black Mask's criminal activities!

In DAY OF VENGEANCE #1

* Eclipso's diamond, the Heart of Darkness, appeared in the Arkham Asylum cell of Jean Loring. The evil entity then convinced the Atom's ex-wife to allow him to posses her. Flush with power, the new Eclipso promptly broke free from the infamous institution!
* Summoned to a devastated forest, the supernatural avenger known as the Ragman rescued Enchantress...and stumbled upon a fierce battle between Blackbriar Thorn and the Spectre!
* The Enchantress revealed that the Spectre, freed of the influence of Hal Jordan in the pages of GREEN LANTERN: REBIRTH #4, had just killed seven hundred sorcerers!
* The magical community of the DCU gathered at the Oblivion Bar, where they enjoyed one last drink and faced the chilling fact that the Spectre was now waging war on all things magic!
* Detective Chimp, a decade's long patron of the bar, spoke up and revealed that the Spectre had already taken out the supernatural "big guns" — including turning the Phantom Stranger into a mouse — and that the task of stopping the Spectre was now up to the assembled magic users!

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MessageSujet: Re: Le complot   Jeu 9 Mar - 20:41

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In SUPERMAN #216

* Possessed by the evil entity known as Eclipso in ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #639, the Man of Steel attacked Captain Marvel!
* The wizard Shazam, knowing Eclipso would not stop unless his host was killed, summoned the Spectre!
* Freed from his human host in GREEN LANTERN: REBIRTH #4, the Spectre dove into Superman, driving Eclipso out of the Man of Steel and back into his gemstone!
* Eclipso's cursed jewel mysteriously appeared in Arkham Asylum... in the cell of the Atom's ex-wife, Jean Loring!

In VILLAINS UNITED #1

* Somewhere on the outskirts of Gotham City, Lex Luthor met with his Secret Society of Super-Villains: Black Adam, Calculator, Dr. Psycho, Talia and Deathstroke!
* Over the past few months, the Society — in an effort to pool their resources — recruited many new members, including Mr. Freeze, Cheetah, Black Manta, Gentlemen Ghost, Fadeaway Man, Phobia, Prometheus and Gorilla Grodd!
* Catman boldly refused Talia and Dr. Psycho's invitation... and the Society made an example of him by slaughtering his pride of lions!
* Sent on a mission by the mysterious Mockingbird, a group of six mercenaries — Cheshire, Deadshot, the Fiddler, Parademon, Ragdoll and Scandal — made quick work of some unfortunate H.I.V.E. agents!
* During the fight the Fiddler made a critical error. Mockingbird ordered him executed... and Deadshot quickly complied!
* Impressed with his stand against the Society, Scandal and Deadshot offered Catman a place in their group. Seeking revenge against the Society, Catman accepted.
* Mockingbird told the rebellious mercenaries that they were "The Six... the Chosen," and that if they agreed to ban together and fight Luthor's Society they would be rewarded handsomely... or punished severely if they refused!
In JSA #73


* The Spectre and his new ally Eclipso (who possessed the body of Jean Loring in SUPERMAN #216) attacked the Crimson Avenger... and revealed that their next target was Black Adam!
* Black Adam convinced Atom Smasher to rejoin his handpicked squad in his homeland Kahndaq!
* Captain Marvel returned to the JSA and — together with Hawkman — told the team that they needed head back to Kahndaq to confront Black Adam!

In RANN - THANAGAR WAR #1

* Space adventurer Adam Strange teleported to Earth, seeking the help of Hawkman and Hawkgirl!
* Strange told the Winged Warriors that Sh'r Valkyr, a rogue Thanagarian who worshipped a mysterious entity, teleported the planet Rann into the heart of the Polaris System, destabilizing Thanagar's orbit! Fleeing their doomed world, Thanagarians sought refuge on Rann... and quarrels between both races soon flared!
* Hoping to calm fears and prevent more violence, our heroes rode a zeta beam to Rann... and arrived in the middle of all-out war!
In BIRDS OF PREY #82:

Booster Gold asked Oracle for assistance in tracking down the missing Blue Beetle. Barbara Gordon agreed to help... but how effective will she be while suffering a mysterious malady?

In HAWKMAN #40

* Seeking help in clearing his delirium-corrupted mind, the Winged Warrior met with his son Hector, the current embodiment of Dr. Fate!
* After purging the built-up rage from his "reservoir of memories," Hawkman leapt into battle with a group of foes that haven't been seen since his resurrection!

In MANHUNTER #10

* With an assist from Firehawk, Manhunter defeated the Society assassins and took down Shadow Thief!
* Seeing that Shadow Thief's powers had evolved, Calculator spared the now comatose villain's life, thinking that he might one day "come in handy" for the Society!
* Someone is hunting — and killing — former Manhunters... but who?

In ROBIN #138:

The Boy Wonder questioned the Penguin concerning the open contract on him and Batgirl... but Cobblepot wouldn't squeal on his Society allies!

In SUPERMAN #217:

The incredibly powerful OMAC attacked and went toe-to-toe with the Man of Steel!

In TEEN TITANS #24

* Triggered by a code phrase from Lex Luthor, Superboy viciously attacked the Teen Titans, dismantling Cyborg and breaking Robin's arm!
* Seeking help, the Titans contacted the Outsiders... who were then shocked to see Indigo transform into Brainiac 8!
In ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #640:

The Man of Steel squared off against Ruin, the fiend who had been targeting Superman's friends and family! When he defeated and unmasked his new enemy, Kal-El stared into the face of his friend (and former President of the United States) Pete Ross!

In BATGIRL #64

* Contacted by fellow Society member Penguin, Deathstroke turned down a job to assassinate Batgirl... and instead passed the gig to his daughter, Ravager!
* The two deadly young women battled across Bludhaven, until Batgirl took advantage of Ravager's weakness in a most extreme manner!

In BATMAN #640

* Troubled by the suspected resurrection of Jason Todd (as the new Red Hood), Batman traveled to Metropolis to question someone who had also returned from the dead: Superman!
* Back in Gotham City, the Red Hood teamed with Onyx to take down some drug pushers... and then turned on Onyx herself!

In DAY OF VENGEANCE #2

* Channeling Eclipso, the Enchantress revealed how the Spectre fell under the evil entity's charms... and how he then took out Dr. Fate and the Phantom Stranger!
* Despite personal doubts and misgivings, a group including Ragman, Blue Devil, Nightmaster, Enchantress, Nightshade and Detective Chimp (that's right, Detective Chimp) decided to unite and stand against the Spectre!
* The Spirit of Vengeance collided with a fighting mad Captain Marvel!

In DC SPECIAL: THE RETURN OF DONNA TROY #1:

On the planet of New Chronus, Troia, Goddess of the Moon, began to question her role in a war waged by her fellow Titans of Myth — even as she was haunted by visions of a former life as Donna Troy, a Teen Titan!

In THE O.M.A.C. PROJECT #2

* Batman told Superman, Booster Gold and Wonder Woman that — in response to the JLA wiping his memory (as revealed in IDENTITY CRISIS) — he created Brother Mach I... and that Blue Beetle (who disappeared while investigating the satellite spy system in COUNTDOWN TO INFINITE CRISIS) was now dead!
* After violently stopping a coup, Maxwell Lord discovered that Black Knight Sasha Bordeaux had betrayed him for Batman... and sent not one, but three OMACs to terminate them!

In OUTSIDERS #24

* The Outsiders fought their own teammate Indigo, who had revealed that she was actually Brainiac 8!
* After barely surviving the battle, the Outsiders regrouped with the Teen Titans... only to be attacked by a battalion of Superman robots!
* In an abandoned Cadmus laboratory located three miles under the destroyed LexCorp Towers, Indigo and Suberboy met with their "fathers": Brainiac and Lex Luthor!

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MessageSujet: Re: Le complot   Jeu 9 Mar - 20:48

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In JSA #74

* Continuing his mission to eliminate all things magic, the Spectre trapped Dr. Fate within his own helmet!
* Having learned that the Spirit of Vengeance's next target was Black Adam, the JSA raced to the kingdom of Khandaq and battled the Spectre and Eclipso... only to be picked off one by one!

In SUPERMAN #218

* The Man of Steel investigated the identity of the OMAC that attacked him in SUPERMAN #217, but the Fortress of Solitude's computers came up blank!
* After watching Superman fight the new Blackrock, a shadowy figure at the Brother I console remarked: "Look at him. He's losing control...unsure of himself. It's almost time..."!

In VILLAINS UNITED #2:

Sent on a mission to intercept a shipment of Thanagarian weapons headed for the Society, the Six instead walked into an ambush by a host of villains including the Weather Wizard, Shadow Thief, Cheetah, Knockout, Black Spider, Fatality, Brutale, Hellhound, Multiplex, Killer Frost, Count Vertigo and Captain Nazi!
In JLA #115

* Martian Manhunter — after walking in on an argument between Hawkman, Green Arrow, Flash, Black Canary, Green Lantern and Zatanna — learned that his teammates once mind wiped Dr. Light, the Secret Society of Super-Villains and even Batman!
* Before J'onn J'onzz could share this shocking information with the Dark Knight, both heroes were attacked by Chronos, Star Sapphire, Faust, the Floronic Man, Matter Master and the Wizard! The Secret Society of Super-Villains has reunited — with their memories restored!

In ACTION COMICS #828:

After Superman defeated Dr. Polaris, Society members Black Adam and Zoom appeared to retrieve the delusional villain back to their headquarters. Before he left, the monarch of Khandaq warned the Man of Steel: "A confrontation is coming, Superman. Between your community and those you seek to control...I suspect you and I will meet again on that day"!

In NIGHTWING #109:

Impressed by Dick Grayson's "work" for the mob, Black Mask — now a member of Lex Luthor's Society — hired our undercover hero to help expand his criminal web into Bludhaven (the new home of Batgirl and Robin)!

In RANN - THANAGAR WAR #2

* As Kyle Rayner turned back a Khund invasion, several combustible personalities were drawn into the escalating conflict between the forces of Rann and Thanagar, including the Omega Men's Tigorr, Starman IV (Prince Gavyn of Throneworld), Vril Dox, Blackfire (Tamaran's Queen Komand'r) and Captain Comet!
* On Thanagar, a high priest of the Seven Devils (aided by the efforts of Shi'ri Valkyr in ADAM STRANGE #Cool resurrected the dreaded Onimar Synn, who vowed to use the science of Rann to feast upon the souls of the entire universe!
In ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #641

* While under lockdown at Stryker's Island Correctional Facility, former U.S. President Pete Ross — arrested for crimes committed as the super-villain Ruin — revealed to Clark Kent that Lex Luthor told him that his childhood friend was really Superman!
* During his visit with Ross, Kent changed into Superman when the Parasite twins initiated a jailbreak... only to be attacked by an OMAC!
* The OMAC killed the male Parasite, while his sister disappeared in the confusion... and so did Ross!

In BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHTS #66:

Society members Deathstroke and Talia (backed by her KOBRA troops) captured the super-villains known as Prometheus and Hush! Talia ordered Hush to keep his wounded ally alive because the Society is searching for the powerful key that Prometheus once held... which now resides in the JSA museum! (You can follow this dangerous development this Fall in JSA CLASSIFIED #5!)

In BIRDS OF PREY #83:

Viewing her as a major threat to its cyber-network, Brother I commanded an OMAC to terminate Oracle, but called it off at the last second, stating that Barbara was "rapidly approaching instability" and "imminent total failure" thanks to her re-emerging Brainiac virus!

In DAY OF VENGEANCE #3

* Battling the new Eclipso, Blue Devil apparently killed Jean Loring by spearing her with his demonic trident!
* Contacted by the Enchantress, most of the world's magical beings — and even many normal humans who never knew they possessed residual traces of magic energy — funneled their power into Captain Marvel, allowing the World's Mightiest Mortal to go toe-to-toe with the Spectre!
* On a secret mission, Nightshade and Detective Chimp tracked down Lori Zechlin, last seen in BIRDS OF PREY as the vigilante called Black Alice!
In TEEN TITANS #25

* Luthor revealed why he donated his DNA to help create Superboy: to generate a sleeper agent that he could use to destroy Superman!
* Brainiac explained that he sent Indigo back in time to kill Donna Troy because: "Troy and the Titans were destined to interfere in the development of my home world...our rule over the universe after the Crisis would never come to pass...she had to die"!
In THE OMAC PROJECT #3

* Despite Batman's best efforts, three OMACs captured Sasha Bordeaux and returned her to Checkmate headquarters for a brutal interrogation by the Black King himself! The Dark Knight would have been killed if not for the timely arrival of Superman!
* Wonder Woman and Booster Gold's hunt for Batman's spy satellite was interrupted by Guy Gardner, who convinced Booster to search with him instead to honor the memory of their dead teammate Blue Beetle!
* Learning of Batman's mission to shut down his activities, Maxwell Lord reached out to "the one we can count on": Clark Kent! Even more shocking, Clark responded: "Don't worry, Father. I'll keep us safe"!

In BATMAN #641:

After saving Onyx from an assault by the Red Hood — and then viciously battling his new foe across the rain swept rooftops of Gotham City — the Dark Knight was stunned when the Hood removed his mask and revealed that he's Jason Todd!


In OUTSIDERS #25:

In part four of "The Insiders," Lex Luthor and Brainiac nearly succeeded in destroying the world's next generation of heroes, but in surviving, Nightwing quit the team...and Shift was forced to kill Indigo!

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MessageSujet: Re: Le complot   Jeu 9 Mar - 20:50

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In VILLAINS UNITED #3


* The sadistic Crime Doctor repeatedly tortured each member of the Secret Six...but none would supply the real identity of Mockingbird!
* Back at Society HQ, Black Adam objected to the torture...until Luthor told him that unless they discovered Mockingbird's identity and motivation, the mysterious foe intended to irradiate several locations around the globe...including Adam's homeland!
* After escaping from their cell — and killing the villain known as Hyena — the Six ordered the remaining Society soldiers to tell Luthor and his group: "they're already dead...they just haven't fallen down yet!"

In JSA #75

* While defending his homeland, Black Adam snapped the neck of the new Eclipso...only to see Jean Loring later rise again and disappear!
* Sacrificing himself to save the people of Khandaq, Atom Smasher asked the Spectre to judge him instead. The Spirit of Vengeance then seized — and squeezed — Al Rothstein's heart...but like Eclipso, the giant returned to life...thanks to the actions of Black Adam!

In DC SPECIAL: THE RETURN OF DONNA TROY #2:

Transported by a travel sphere of the Titan gods, members of the Teen Titans and the Outsiders — including Nightwing, Cyborg, Starfire, Arsenal, Kid Flash, Raven, Beast Boy, Shift, Jade and Wonder Girl — arrived on the planet Minosyss, where they encountered a fighting mad Donna Troy!


In SUPERMAN #219

* Last seen in OUTSIDERS #25, Brainiac lured Superman to his headquarters at the bottom of the Marianas Trench! There, the Man of Steel discovered that his intelligent enemy had kidnapped Perry White, Jimmy Olsen, Lana Lang and Lois Lane!
* After his friends were apparently murdered, Superman threatened to kill Brainiac, but he then suddenly reappeared back at his Fortress of Solitude...and was confronted by an angry JLA!

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MessageSujet: Re: Le complot   Jeu 9 Mar - 20:53

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In JLA #116

* After a brutal battle with the JLA, the newly reunited Secret Society of Super-Villains escaped...and left behind a symbol that Zatanna interpreted as saying that their foes now know "our secrets, our sins!"
* When Batman left the scene, the JLA followed him to the Batcave in an attempt to talk about the IDENTITY CRISIS mind-wiping incident. Instead, tempers flared...resulting in Batman punching Hawkman!
* After the team went their separate ways in order to protect their now vulnerable loved ones, J'onn J'onnz returned to the JLA Watchtower...where he learned that the fiend who restored the Society's memories was Despero!

In BREACH #7:

At the behest of Lex Luthor, Talia — now using H.I.V.E. technology to enhance her Kobra army — unleashed a monstrous warrior to capture Major Zanetti!


In GREEN ARROW #52:

Convinced that a foe has learned his secret identity and is now targeting his loved ones, Green Arrow asked Zatanna to watch over Speedy...and recruited Black Lightning to help him hunt Dr. Light!


In RANN — THANAGAR WAR #3

* The interstellar conflagration intensified as Durlans, the warlords of Okaara and the Dominion entered the fray!
* After nearly coming to blows, Adam Strange, Hawkman, Hawk Girl, Hawkwoman and Queen Komand'r agreed to join forces to protect Rann!
* On the devastated surface of Thanagar, Kyle Rayner and Captain Comet were attacked by Onimar Synn!

In ACTION COMICS #829

* Martian Manhunter appeared in Clark Kent and Lois Lane's apartment and warned the Man of Steel's wife: "There's a possibility that Superman may be a deadly threat to every person he comes in contact with!"
* Regaining consciousness in his Fortress of Solitude, Superman told the JLA that he remembered nearly killing Darkseid — but instead learned that the blood on his hands actually belonged to a badly battered Batman!


In ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #642

* After facing a brutalized and comatose Batman — who has Superman's fingerprints bruised into his flesh — the Man of Steel listened as the Martian Manhunter analyzed his attack on the Dark Knight!
* Suspecting that Superman had an implanted psychotic episode, J'onn J'onnz probed Kal El's mind...and discovered that the Man of Steel's brain had been tampered with by Maxwell Lord!
* Before they could detain him, Superman attacked his teammates and fled to Earth!
* Wonder Woman followed Superman's trail to the Checkmate castle — and was quickly attacked by Kal El...and forced to kneel at the feet of Lord!

In DAY OF VENGEANCE #4

* While on a secret mission, both Nightshade and Detective Chimp donated their mystic energies to a beleaguered Captain Marvel!
* Fueled by the power of all the world's magic users, the World's Mightiest Mortal took the fight to the Spectre...but was still overpowered by the Spirit of Vengeance!
* The Spectre pulled Blue Devil's trident out of Eclipso and escaped with his revitalized ally!
* Nightshade and Detective Chimp returned to their battered comrades with new hope: "Black Alice — quite possibly the most powerful teenager in this or any universe!"

In BATGIRL #66:

Hitting the open road, Batgirl was first attacked by the monstrous Road Hog...and then by an OMAC! The cybernetic hunter took out the metahuman biker, but Cassandra eluded its grasp!

In JSA CLASSIFIED #1

* During a medical examination, Dr. Mid-Nite reiterated to Power Girl that her abilities were neither Kryptonian nor mystical in nature.
* Power Girl then got into a destructive battle with Garn Daanuth, the brother of the Atlantean sorcerer Arion — that is, until he disappeared...and the JSA stated that he was never there!
* Three mysterious figures were summoned and told "it's time to meet your Power Girl"...and were then revealed to be Lightning Lad, Saturn Girl and Cosmic Boy of the Legion of Super-Heroes!


In WONDER WOMAN #219:

* Continued from the events of ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #642, Wonder Woman followed a delusional Superman from the JLA satellite to the Checkmate HQ...and came face-to-face with Maxwell Lord, the orchestrater of the OMAC Project!
* Max unleashed the mentally manipulated Man of Steel on the Amazon Princess...leading to an all-out battle between Superman & Wonder Woman!
* Knowing he would never release his grip on Superman, Wonder Woman snapped Lord's neck, killing the Black King!

In THE OMAC PROJECT #4:

* Initiating the "KINGISDEAD" protocol, Brother Eye launched several world-threatening scenarios, dividing the attention of the JLA!
* Meanwhile, Fire — who was investigating the death of Blue Beetle — asked Booster Gold and Guy Gardner if they knew if Ted Kord had any contact with Lord the week before he died!
* Batman learned that Lord was the force behind the evolution of the OMAC Project!
* Launching a "scorched-earth" program, Brother Eye activated an OMAC within Checkmate's own headquarters, slaughtering countless agents...including Sasha Bordeaux!


In JSA #76

* While waiting outside the courthouse where Atom-Smasher was on trial (for his recent actions in Khandaq), the JSA suddenly found themselves face-to-face with an OMAC!
* Meanwhile, back at JSA headquarters, Metamorpho and Fire informed Power Girl that their former teammate Blue Beetle had been murdered!
* The OMAC quickly incapacitated the Flash, Hawkman, Green Lantern and Wildcat — and was about to kill Mr. Terrific — until Atom-Smasher appeared and stomped on the cybernetic assassin!
* Turning himself over to authorities, Atom-Smasher was incarcerated in Belle Reve Prison...where he was contacted by the former leader of the Suicide Squad, Amanda Waller!

In BLOOD OF THE DEMON #6:

Granting Jason Blood a "reward," the Spectre imprisoned the Demon within Blood's mortal form...but as "the price for containing Etrigon's magic," his body freakishly aged!

In DC SPECIAL: THE RETURN OF DONNA TROY #3

* After battling the Teen Titans and the Outsiders, Donna Troy finally realized that the Titans of myth were manipulating her mind to help them claim a Sun-Eater Factory buried deep within Minosyss!
* Once again in control of her faculties, Donna set off to destroy the deceptive gods!

In FIRESTORM #16:

After knocking out Jason Rusch, Amazo said: "This is Amazo on the shielded Society frequency. Tell Luthor that Firestorm is on the way."

In SUPERMAN #220:

An OMAC appeared near Superman's devastated arctic Fortress of Solitude and took out the Eradicator!

In JLA #117

* Despero, who had recently restored the memories of the Secret Society of Super-Villains, ambushed Martian Manhunter in the JLA HQ!
* The Secret Society attacked the Daily Planet...their target: Lois Lane! Suddenly backed by Superman, the JLA defeated their fiendish foes!
* While discussing what to do with criminals willing to attack their loved ones, Hawkman stated that the team was prepared to once again vote for a villain mind-wipe!

In ACTION COMICS #830

* The Society's Dr. Psycho arrived in Metropolis...and quickly used his maniacal mental abilities to transform many normal citizens into frenzied Superman fans!
* Meanwhile, the Man of Steel collided with the metallic monster known as Shrapnel, who was also sent to Metropolis by the Society on a mission of destruction!
* Having learned who was behind Shrapnel's rampage, Superman confronted Dr. Psycho...and the newly arrived Black Adam!

In BREACH #8:

Major Zanetti brutally killed the H.I.V.E.— enhanced Kobra agent that Talia sent to capture him. Afterwards, Talia told Lex Luthor: "The warrior transmitted valuable data on the meta's abilities during the battle. Data we will need for the coming crisis."

In NIGHTWING #111:

After Dick Grayson sent out word that he wanted to meet with him, Nightwing came face-to-face with Deathstroke!

In RANN - THANAGAR WAR #4

* After escaping an attack by the resurrected Onimar Synn, Captain Comet and Kyle Rayner discovered hundreds of victims kept in suspended animation deep beneath the scorched surface of Thanagar!
* Hawkman, Hawkgirl, Hawkwoman, Komand'r and Adam Strange arrived at Ranagar City with a new mission: rescue Thanagar's Grand Mor... now a prisoner of Synn!

In VILLAINS UNITED #4

* On a mission to infiltrate a Society installation in Brazil, the Six uncovered the "Vindication Scenario," the Society's plan to mind-wipe the JLA and all of Earth's heroes!
* While battling a horde of Hive soldiers, the Six freed the Society's captured "power source": Firestorm...who quickly obliterated the installation!


In MANHUNTER #13:

While tracking former Manhunter Mark Shaw, Brother Eye locked onto current Manhunter Kate Spencer...and sent an OMAC to eliminate her!
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In ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #643


* After Wonder Woman killed Maxwell Lord, the Man of Steel immediately confronted the Amazon Princess...but before both heroes came to blows they were called away to halt separate disasters!
* While stopping a nuclear missile aimed at Singapore, Superman was attacked by two OMACs...and learned that the cybernetic killers had humans trapped inside!
* Superman then traveled to the Batcave to check up on the Dark Knight (who he unknowingly attacked during the "Sacrifice" story), but Batman rebuked his apology. The two occasional partners then came to heated words over the recent "possessions" of Superman and Superboy, the OMACs, and Wonder Woman's recent actions!

In DAY OF VENGEANCE #5

* Returning to the Rock of Eternity, Captain Marvel informed the wizard Shazam that the Shadowpact had a chance of defeating the Spectre, but Shazam refused the help, saying: "They can't take the burden from me. For good or ill, this is my fight."
* After recovering from their first encounter with the Spectre, the Shadowpact — now with the magic-absorbing Black Alice — once again attacked the Spirit of Vengeance and Eclipso...only to see their plan quickly turned on its head!

In JSA CLASSIFIED #2

* Power Girl was visited by Lightning Lad, Saturn Girl and Cosmic Boy...who told her that she was really a Legionnaire named Andromeda sent back from the 31st Century!
* After Superman and Supergirl arrived on the scene to help Power Girl save a falling jet, they told her — just like Garn Daanuth in JSA CLASSIFIED #1 — the Legion of Super-Heroes members were never really there!
* Called back from their mission, the mysterious Legionnaires were reabsorbed...by CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS' Psycho Pirate!

In THE OMAC PROJECT #5

* Rushing to the aid of their former teammates, Justice League members Booster Gold, Fire, Mary Marvel, Metamorpho and Guy Gardner arrived in Moscow and attacked the OMACs that were battling Rocket Red and Martian Manhunter!
* To save his allies, Rocket Red detonated his suit, obliterating the OMACS...and sacrificing himself!
* After Brother Eye dealt her a mortal blow using an OMAC, Sasha Bordeaux rose as a human/OMAC hybrid—a fully autonomous 3rd generation prototype calling itself Black Knight—and realized she had a chance to think like the machine in order to defeat it!
* Black Knight then informed Batman that Brother Eye was activating every OMAC worldwide...all 1,373,462 of them!

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In WONDER WOMAN #220


* After Wonder Woman killed Maxwell Lord, the Man of Steel immediately confronted the Amazon Princess...but before both heroes came to blows they were called away to halt separate disasters!
* Diana eventually returned to her embassy...only to learn that staff member Jonah McCarthy was an agent of Checkmate!
* Wonder Woman told Batman that she killed Max, and when she asked Bruce Wayne if she had also killed their friendship, he ordered her out of his sight!

In FLASH #225:

After a time-bending battle with the Flash — which resulted in the birth of twins for Wally West and Linda Park — the Rogues decided to join Lex Luthor's Society!

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In VILLAINS UNITED #5

* The Society hunted down two figures central to CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS: Lady Quark and Pariah! The cursed scientist told Lex Luthor: "You think you're this planet's apex predator. But there's another. And I don't think you'll survive his coming!"
* The Six raided a Society safe house and stole data from its computer systems. In retaliation, the Society sent a massive squad of villains to assassinate the Six...led to their home base by one of their own: Cheshire!

In BLOOD OF THE DEMON #7:

In a hellish spiritual realm, Eclipso and the Spectre tortured Etrigan...but the Demon managed to escape and once again merged with his human host Jason Blood!


In SUPERMAN #221:

After battling an OMAC, Bizarro strengthened the Society by joining the ranks of the ever-growing villain army!

In RANN-THANAGAR WAR #5

* Kilowog, Kyle Rayner and Captain Comet brought life back to the devastated surface of Thanagar!
* Komand’r betrayed our heroes by kidnapping the leader of Thanagar…and killing Hawkwoman!
* The cosmic heroes – including Hawkman, Hawkgirl, Tigorr, Captain Comet and Adam Strange – gathered on Rann’s Mount Ebalon…and were soon attacked by the combined forces of Onimar Synn!

In ACTION COMICS #831:

Superman drove Black Adam and Dr. Psycho out of Metropolis, and—thanks to the investigative work of Lois Lane—Superman learned of the existence of the Society!


In FIRESTORM #17:

With the help of the mysterious Gehenna, the Nuclear Man destroyed a Society base (which the Six attacked in VILLAIN UNITED #4)!


In GREEN ARROW #54

* Green Arrow and Black Lightning (who revealed to Ollie that he knew the JLA had lobotomized Dr. Light) searched for the newly returned villain…but before they could locate him he attacked Dr. Kimiyo Hoshi, the retired heroic Dr. Light!
* The evil Dr. Light stole the powers of Hoshi…and then used her to lure Green Arrow and Black Lightning into an ambush by Killer Frost and Mirror Master!

In JLA #118

* The team’s vote to once again mindwipe the Secret Society of Super-Villains was tied at three to three…and then Zatanna, the deciding vote, quit the JLA!
* Despero possessed Martian Manhunter, Aquaman and Batman!

In JSA #77:

Air Wave crashed into the JSA HQ, driven mad by intergalactic messages! Green Lanterns Alan Scott and Hal Jordan then followed the troubled hero into space…and came face-to-face with Donna Troy, who quickly recruited Scott and Air Wave to investigate New Cronus!


In NIGHTWING #112:

In an attempt to prove to Deathstroke that he was not an undercover hero, Dick Grayson agreed to teach the villain’s daughter, Ravager!

In DAY OF VENGEANCE #6:

* Nightshade teleported the new Eclipso (a.k.a. Jean Loring) into a perpetual orbit around the sun!
* The Phantom Stranger regained his form and showed the Shadowpact the battle between the Spectre and Shazam...during which the spirit of vengeance killed the wizard and shattered the Rock of Eternity!
* The magical fortress shed fragments as it tumbled through hundreds of dimensions...and then exploded high above Gotham City, showering it with a billion enchanted pieces!
* As the mystical castle crumbled, Billy Batson fell to the Earth, unable to recall the magic word that would transform him into Captain Marvel! Also, the Blue Beetle scarab landed in El Paso, Texas...and the Seven Deadly Sins escaped!
* Witnessing all of these horrific events, the Shadowpact vowed to stay together and battle these new supernatural threats!

In MANHUNTER #14:

Kate Spencer, D.E.O. agent Cameron Chase and former Manhunter Mark Shaw barely survived an OMAC attack!


In JSA CLASSIFIED #3

* While explaining her personal "identity crisis" to Huntress, Power Girl was besieged by numerous metahumans—including the Crime Syndicate of America, the Teen Titans of the future, Candor's Nightwing and Flamebird, Captain Marvel and General Zod—who all claimed to be related to her!
* The horde finally disappeared, only to be replaced by the Psycho Pirate who (on instructions from Lex Luthor) told Power Girl: "We're going to take a trip, you and I. And you'll finally understand I'm only trying to help you. Worlds lived...worlds died...but you survived!"

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In JLA #119:


* Taking advantage of their disagreements surrounding another proposed villain mindwipe, Despero manipulated the JLA into fighting each other!
* The heroes, thanks to the timely aid of the Red Tornado and Zatanna, eventually defeated the evil alien...but, in the face of their recent troubles, they disbanded!
* Zatanna, against the wishes of her teammates, once again mindwiped the Secret Society of Super-Villains!
* Alone in the JLA Watchtower, the Martian Manhunter—tracking the Rann/Thanagar War and the heroes battles with the OMACs, villains and Spectre—began to identify subtle threads tying these separate events together. Even more, he suspected that one entity was behind it all. But before he could contact his teammates, he was interrupted by what the JLA computers identified as Superman...only seconds before the lunar headquarters exploded!

In ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #644:

While questioning Zatanna on whether he might still be under the influence of Maxwell Lord, Superman learned that the sorceress had "fixed" the mind of the Toyman...and quickly zoomed off to halt his latest evil actions!


In OMAC PROJECT #6

* Carrying out the "Annihilation Protocols," over one million OMACs swept the globe and attacked Earth's metahumans!
* Following a plan hatched by Batman, a gathering of heroes (including the JLA, the JSA, the Metal Men and the Freedom Fighters) lured a large force of OMACs into a final standoff in a remote area of the Sahara!
* There, Batman triggered a prototype EMP generator — which he deduced was the target of Maxwell Lord's burglary of the Kord warehouse (in COUNTDOWN TO INFINITE CRISIS) — and deactivated the gathered OMACs!
* At the same time, Sasha Bordeaux (now the OMAC/human hybrid dubbed Black Knight) used a "shut down" command to turn off many other OMACs!
* 200,000 OMACs remained functional...and a wounded Brother Eye sent out a transmission across all telecommunication equipment that showed Wonder Woman killing Maxwell Lord!

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In RANN/THANAGAR WAR #6


* By combining their abilities—and utilizing zeta beam technology—our cosmic crusaders teleported Onimar Synn to seven different suns!
* The forces of Thanagar moved in on Rann, but before they could attack, a mysterious "force" ruptured the fabric of space-time!

In AQUAMAN #35:

While trying to heal his wife Mera, Aquaman was attacked — and nearly killed — by an OMAC!

In DC SPECIAL: THE RETURN OF DONNA TROY #4:

Finally learning her true origin, Donna Troy decided to once again take her place among Earth's champions...and realized that she must now gather a team of heroes to address the evil growing on New Cronus!

In JSA #78:

The malicious Mordru escaped his prison in the Rock of Eternity and quickly blindsided the JSA!


In OUTSIDERS #29:

The demon known as Sabbac joined the Society—and then, when the Rock of Eternity shattered (in DAY OF VENGEANCE #6), he absorbed the Seven Deadly Sins!


In WONDER WOMAN #221

* Returning to her embassy, Diana told her staff that she was going to turn herself over to the authorities for murdering Maxwell Lord but before she could do so, three OMACs attacked!
* After defeating the trio of terror, Wonder Woman took one of the wounded human hosts to a hospital...and saw (on the waiting room TVs) that Brother Eye was broadcasting footage of her killing Max across all worldwide channels!

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In INFINITE CRISIS #1

* Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman convened at the devastated JLA headquarters, attempting to determine who had destroyed it...along with all traces of Martian Manhunter!
* Around the world, heroes faced attacks by super-villains, supernatural forces and squads of OMACs!
* Donna Troy led her strike force—including Cyborg, Starfire, Supergirl and more—off Earth to confront an evil growing on New Cronus!
* In deep space, heroes including Hawkman, Adam Strange, Kyle Rayner and more were caught up in a war between Rann and Thanagar!
* Observing the conflagration, the Guardians remarked: "For the first time in history, Oa is no longer at the center of the universe...this tear in reality is. Someone or something has purposefully changed the nature of the cosmos."
* As the Rock of Eternity exploded in the skies over Gotham City, Captain Marvel crashed to Earth...and revealed that the Spectre had killed the Wizard Shazam!
* The Freedom Fighters walked into a Society ambush...and were brutally struck down! Fatalities included Black Condor, Phantom Lady and the Human Bomb!
* Back at the JLA headquaters, Mongul blindsided Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman...leading to a greater schism between the world's three greatest heroes!
* With this famous trio divided, a mysterious group of champions stepped out of the shadows. Returning to action: the Earth-Prime Superboy, Earth-3's Alexander Luthor, Earth-2 Lois Lane and Earth-2 Superman!

In ACTION COMICS #832:

On his mission to destroy all magic, the Spectre invaded Metropolis and focused his wrath on Satanus (who had been living in Superman's city as network exec Colin Thornton)!


In FIRESTORM #18:

After the events of VILLAINS UNITED #4 (and FIRESTORM #17), a de-powered Nuclear Man sought help at S.T.A.R. Labs...and barely survived an attack by an OMAC!


In GREEN ARROW #55:

The Emerald Archer and Black Lightning battled Mirror Master and Killer Frost...who had been sent to distract the heroes while Dr. Light stalked Speedy and Connor Hawke!


In NIGHTWING #113:

To prove he's no longer on the side of the heroes, Dick Grayson spent hours training Ravager, the daughter of Deathstroke!


In VILLAINS UNITED #6

* The Society's leader revealed to his prisoner Pariah that he was actually an alternate Luthor...and, to keep his upcoming plots secret, murdered Pariah!
* Our world's Lex Luthor revealed that he was the mysterious Mockingbird, who assembled The Six to oppose his imposter!
* Once again donning his battle suit, Lex left his hiding place, vowing to the alternate Luthor that he would "make you pay for taking my place!"
* Catman revealed to Green Arrow that the Society plans on mindwiping the world's heroes, and that "people are going to die because you took the shortcut!"


In BATMAN #646:

Deathstroke invited Black Mask to join the Society!


In BIRDS OF PREY #87:

On a quest to flush out Oracle, the Calculator told Deathstroke and Talia that they had to target her allies, such as Huntress, Savant and Black Canary!


In ROBIN #143

* When OMACs overran Blüdhaven, the city's odd collection of heroes (and villains) — including Junkyard Dog, Gasbag, the Veteran and Tarantula — united!
* Seeking help detaining a defeated Johnny Warlock, Robin contacted Ragman...who brought along Shadowpact (from DAY OF VENGEANCE)!

In SUPERMAN #222:

In the very apartment she shares with Clark Kent, an OMAC attacked Lois Lane!

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In ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #645

* Metropolis was rocked by a Brother Eye one-two punch when the satellite system broadcast the footage of Wonder Woman killing Maxwell Lord—then awakened dozens of OMACs throughout the city!
* When the OMACs inexplicably ignored Superman, the Man of Steel sought out answers by confronting Lex Luthor!
* On assignment in Umec, Lois Lane figured out that her would-be assassin had to have connections to Max Lord! Umec...OMAC...coincidence or conspiracy?
* When Superman asked Luthor about Ruin, the masked villain suddenly appeared...but just as Superman discovered that his armored enemy was using Phantom Zone technology, the fiendish foe disappeared once more!
* Zooming off to the JLA lunar headquarters, Superman discovered that the team's base had been destroyed!

In JSA CLASSIFIED #4:

Power Girl discovered that she is the cousin of the Earth-Two Superman!


In WONDER WOMAN #222

* The Amazons' preparation for war intensified when they learned that the world knew that Diana killed Maxwell Lord!
* Wonder Woman pled not guilty to a charge of homicide in the first degree, but was still subjected to confinement in a detention facility by the Hague tribunal!
* Diana refused to join Donna Troy's space squad, insisting that her mission was here on Earth...and then defeated Cheetah, who attacked from the shadows!
* While battling this savage member of the Society, Wonder Woman was unaware that an armada of OMACs attacked Paradise Island!


In AQUAMAN #36:

While trying to heal Mera, the sorcerers of Atlantis attracted the attention of the Spectre!

In FIRESTORM #19:

Recruited by Firehawk, Jason accepted the invitation to join Donna Troy's space squad!

In JSA #79:

Due to the events of DAY OF VENGEANCE, half the JSA battled a now-evil Jakeem Thunder while the rest of the squad struggled against a re-energized Mordru!

In OUTSIDERS #30:

After helping the Outsiders drive the Seven Deadly Sins out of Sabbac, Donna Troy recruited members of the team into her strike force!

In SUPERMAN #223

* Now in possession of the energy-absorbing crystal, Talia created a new Blackrock!
* Distracted while battling this new foe, Superman was unaware that Lex Luthor was overseeing a mysterious "project" around the former Fortress of Solitude!

In INFINITE CRISIS #2

* Power Girl was attacked by Clayface and a host of villains...until the Earth-2 Superman rescued her!
* Earth-2 Superman led Power Girl to Antarctica, where she was introduced to Earth-Prime Superboy, Earth-2 Lois Lane and Earth-3's Alexander Luthor!
* Alexander explained to Power Girl that she — like they — came from alternate universes that were either destroyed or absorbed during a former Crisis!
* Meanwhile, Animal Man joined Donna Troy's space-faring squad on New Cronus, Lex Luthor experienced mental difficulties, Booster Gold returned, Joker learned that the Society didn't want him to join their ranks, and Batman learned that an armada of OMACs had attacked Paradise Island!
* After touching Lois' hand, Power Girl remembered her former life...and Earth-2 Superman told her that his "true purpose in this universe" was to save Lois by taking her home and that "this corrupted and darkened Earth must be forgotten as ours was, so that the right Earth can return!"

In GOTHAM CENTRAL #37

* When the Rock of Eternity exploded over Gotham City, Captain Marvel fell to Earth...and crashed into the car of detectives Renee Montoya and Crispus Allen!
* As super-villains overran the city, the Fisherman was about to kill Allen, but then detectives Marcus Driver and Josie MacDonald shot the nautical-based criminal dead!

In HAWKMAN #46

* The Atom returned...and told his good friend Carter: "I might be going away for awhile...maybe for good."
* Hawkman and Hawkgirl battled OMACs, then chased a mysterious phoenix...which led them right into THE RANN/THANAGAR WAR!

In JLA #122

* While trying to solve a mysterious murder, Green Arrow, Black Canary, John Stewart, Dawn, Aquaman and Supergirl were assaulted by OMACs!
* A repaired Red Tornado returned, Flash looked oddly sick, and Donna Troy appeared to recruit the heroes into her space strike force!

In NIGHTWING #113:

With Ravager at his side, Dick Grayson (now calling himself Renegade) interrupted a Society plan to use the Venom formula to create a super strong army...and even took down Arsenal to do it!

In TEEN TITANS #29

* Donna Troy recruited Cyborg to join her space squad!
* Along with the rest of the world, Wonder Girl and Superboy saw the footage of Wonder Woman killing Maxwell Lord!
* Back from the dead, Jason Todd attacked Tim Drake!
* The Spectre's rampage hastened the return of Brother Blood!


In BIRDS OF PREY #88:

The Calculator tortured Savant, but Oracle's ally refuses to reveal her secret identity!

In GREEN ARROW #56

* While Green Arrow was distracted by Killer Frost, Dr. Light stalked Speedy!
* After narrowly escaping his attack, the young archer accidentally led the fiend straight to Team Green's hidden HQ!

In MANHUNTER #16:

Director Bones of the DEO invited Kate Spencer to work directly for him!

In ROBIN #144

* Shadowpact members Ragman and Blue Devil arrived to help Robin deal with the aftermath of an OMAC invasion of Blüdhaven!
* The Boy Wonder learned that the OMACs had imprisoned — and were killing — hundreds of super-villains...but a horde of the foes escaped and have now assembled to crush Robin!


In BATMAN #647:

After Black Mask agreed to join the Society, Deathstroke sent Captain Nazi, the Hyena and Count Vertigo to kill Batman...forcing the Dark Knight to fight side-by-side with the Red Hood!


In WONDER WOMAN #223

* With Paradise Island under attack by an OMAC invasion, Diana defied the ruling of the Hague International Criminal Court and broke out of their detention facility!
* Wonder Woman swiftly journeyed to Themyscira...and was immediately overwhelmed by swarming OMACs!

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In OUTSIDERS #31

* Starfire, Jade, Shift and Captain Marvel Jr. joined Donna Troy on her mission into space!
* Feeling the ill effects of the current magic crisis, Captain Marvel Jr. fell back to Earth...leaving his new teammates open to a blindside blitz by Starfire's sister, Blackfire!

In SUPERMAN #224

* Flying a stolen jet across the Alaskan tundra, Lex Luthor was blasted out of the sky by an OMAC!
* Drawing upon his hatred of Superman, Lex was able to defeat the cybernetic soldier, once again donned his infamous armor and continued his mission to kill his doppleganger!

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In AQUAMAN #37:

While Aquaman was busy fighting an army of Society villains led by Black Manta, Tempest attempted to repel the Spectre from Atlantis...but the embodiment of God's wrath obliterated the fabled undersea kingdom!


In FIRESTORM #20:

While traveling through space with Donna Troy's strike force, Firestorm and Animal Man got entangled in the Rann/Thanagar War!


In GREEN ARROW #57

* Chased from the Arrow HQ by Ollie and Black Lightning, Dr. Light left Mia near death!
* Summoned by Dr. Light, the archer Merlin then detonated the Arrow HQ...with Black Lightning, Connor Hawke and Speedy still inside!

In HAWKMAN #47

* Hawkman and Hawkgirl — alongside ally Adam Strange — fought Psions, Durlans, Gordanians, Thanagarians and the Citadel!
* After surviving this non-stop war, our heroes were then attacked by a massive army led by Blackfire!

In JLA #123:

Supergirl, Red Tornado and John Stewart left Green Arrow's gathering of heroes to join Donna Troy's galactic squad!


In NIGHTWING #115

* Deathstroke outfitted his daughter Ravager with a kryptonite eye, but after a botched attempt to attack Superman, Nightwing and the Man of Steel showed Slade's daughter the error of her evil ways!
* Dick Grayson then struck a deal with Deathstroke: he'll stop inspiring Ravager if Slade keeps all Society members out of Blüdhaven!

In TEEN TITANS #30

* As a result of the recent magic crisis, Brother Blood once again returned to life...and brought with him his "new Titans West", comprised of the all-zombie line-up of Phantasm, Kole, Lilith, Hawk, Dove and Aquagirl!
* Sensing a great disturbance, Raven explained that "death has lost its meaning. The doorway between life and death has been cracked open for years. Ever since Superman came back to us. And then Oliver Queen, Hal Jordan, Jason Todd."
* Meanwhile, on Earth C, former Zoo Crew members Pig Iron, Rubber Duck and Yankee Poodle reunited to solve the death of Little Cheese...as the mysterious American Eagle hunted for Captain Carrot!

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In BIRDS OF PREY #89

* After the Birds rescued Savant, the Calculator told Oracle that she had to give control over several satellites back to Lex Luthor...or he would kill her operatives!
* Meanwhile, Barbara Gordon revealed to her father that she was once Batgirl...and is currently Oracle!
* Batman confronted Oracle and Commissioner James Gordon, and ordered Barbara to shut down the Huntress' underworld operations!

In INFINITE CRISIS #3

* Attempting to heal Mera, the sorcerers of Altantis attracted the attention of the Spectre...who destroyed the undersea kingdom!
* Earth-2 Superman invited Batman to join his quest to bring back his vanished world...but the Dark Knight rejected his offer!
* Donna Troy's space squad reached the center of the universe, the Flash entered the fray, and an El Paso teenager found the Blue Beetle scarab!
* Under an all-out OMAC assault, the Amazons departed with their gods...while Wonder Woman remained to watch Paradise Island sink into the sea!
* Lex Luthor, Power Girl and Batman all made shocking discoveries about Alexander Luthor and Superboy Prime's hand in the current Crisis!

In MANHUNTER #17:

Kate Spencer agreed to become a personal agent for DEO's Director Bones...and then discovered that her grandfather was Al Pratt, the original Atom!

In ROBIN #145:

After Robin — along with his allies the Shadowpact and the Veteran's squad — defeated the horde of villains who had overrun Blüdhaven, Wonder Girl arrived and announced that the Teen Titans desperately needed his help with an emergency!
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In CATWOMAN #50:
Selina learned that Zatanna — as the sorceress had with the rest of the Secret Society of Super-Villains — altered her mind to "turn from villain to hero!"


In WONDER WOMAN #224:
After Brother Eye had broadcast them killing many OMACs, the Amazons (and Paradise Island) left our world...while Wonder Woman remained behind to face yet another wave of cybernetic attackers!
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In DAY OF VENGEANCE: INFINITE CRISIS SPECIAL

* The Phantom Stranger, Zatanna, Madame Xanadu and Nabu gathered to discuss how to end the Spectre's path of rage!
* The spirit of vengeance destroyed T'Charr and Terataya, the hosts who supplied power to Hawk and Dove!
* The Phantom Stranger led an army of supernatural fighters — including the Shadowpact, the Marvel Family, Arion, Zauriel, Deadman, Dr. Occult, Vixen, Black Orchid, Jennifer Morgan, Empress, Freedom Beast, Amethyst, Sala, Traci 13, Valda, Witchfire, Janissary, El Muerto, the Ghost Patrol and Rex the Wonder Dog — to Gotham City, where they recaptured the Seven Deadly Sins!
* During the battle, at the behest of Lex Luthor and his Society, the Wizard and the Demons Three captured Nightshade!
* The assembled magic users rebuilt the shattered Rock of Eternity...but to keep it held together (and trap the Sins back inside), Captain Marvel had to become the Rock's new eternal occupant!
* Nabu succeeded in driving the Spectre over the edge. In doing so, he attracted the attention of "the Higher Authority", who placed the wrathful spirit into a new — and at present time, unknown — host!
* With this action, Nabu perished, and with him the Ninth Age of Magic. He then instructed the heroes to choose a new Dr. Fate and begin a new age of magic!

In JSA #81:

After helping the JSA save an out-of-control Liberty Belle, Stargirl learned from the Shade that her biological father had died during a Crisis-triggered storm in Star City!


In OUTSIDERS #32

* Masquerading as Deathstroke, Arsenal "defeated" Grace in front of several Society members, taking the two Outsiders one step closer to infiltrating the villains' HQ!
* After her evil sister had absorbed a copy of her destructive powers, Starfire barely survived an attack by Blackfire!
* Starfire, Jade and Shift were unable to learn who had resurrected Blackfire, but they were able to rejoin Donna Troy's team and reached the center of the universe...where a devastating crisis awaits!

In SUPERMAN #225:

Troubled by Batman's remarks in INFINITE CRISIS #1, Superman defeated a group of fire-based Society members, and told them that the heroes were no longer mind-wiping villains!


In TEEN TITANS #31

* The Teen Titans freed Kid Eternity, who had been chained to the door separating life and death! He then banished Brother Blood to Hell!
* After discovering that Alley-Cat-Abra murdered Little Cheese, Captain Carrot — joined by American Eagle — reformed the all-new Zoo Crew!
* Earth-Prime Superboy vowed to confront Superboy!

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In GREEN ARROW #58
A wounded Black Lightning helped emergency rescuers pull a badly injured Connor Hawke from the rubble of Green Arrow's destroyed HQ!
Dr. Light led Green Arrow in a chase across Star City...until the Emerald Archer came face-to-face with Merlyn, the Society member who blew up Oliver's building!


In HAWKMAN #48:

As the fabric of space-time unraveled, Hawkman and Hawkgirl — joined by allies such as Adam Strange, Kilowag and Kyle Rayner — drove Blackfire and her legions off Rann!


In JLA #124:

Possessed by the Deadly Sin Envy, Green Arrow attacked Batman!

In INFINITE CRISIS #4

* The Society dropped Chemo — a living bomb — on Blüdhaven, destroying Gotham's sister city!
* Alexander Luthor revealed to a captive Power Girl that the formation of the Society, the Spectre's war on magic, the O.M.A.C. Project and the Rann/Thanagar war were all part of his mad plan!
* Booster Gold learned that the Blue Beetle Scarab is now fused to the spine of teenager Jaime Reyes!
* Detective Crispus Allen rose from the dead...apparently having become the new human host for the Spectre!
* Earth-Prime Superboy brutally beat Superboy...and killed Bushido, Wildebeest and Pantha!
* The combined might of Bart Allen, Max Mercury, Johnny Quick, Jay Garrick, Wally West and Barry Allen removed Earth-Prime Superboy from our world...and with them took the Speed Force!
* Alexander Luthor succeeded in bringing Earth-2 back into existence!

In BIRDS OF PREY #90

* Black Canary, Huntress and Lady Blackhawk narrowly escaped an assault by Deathstroke!
* Unable to crack Oracle's agents, the Calculator ended his quest to learn Barbara Gordon's secret identity!

In FIRESTORM #21:

The consciousness of Professor Martin Stein saved Jason Rusch from death (in INFINITE CRISIS #4), then agreed to merge with the troubled young man to help him become a better Firestorm!


In GREEN LANTERN #7:

After fleeing from his battle with Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman on the (now destroyed) JLA HQ, Mongul returned once more to Earth...and quickly enslaved Green Arrow and Green Lantern with Black Mercy parasite plants!


In NIGHTWING #116

* Nightwing's grand plan to clean up Blüdhaven was literally blown to bits when the Society dropped Chemo on his city!
* Racing across town, Dick Grayson attempted to save as many citizens as possible...then collapsed at the feet of Batman!

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In BATMAN #649:

Batman, too far away to avert the disaster, watched in horror as the Society dropped Chemo the living bomb on Blüdhaven — the home of Nightwing, Batgirl and Robin!


In CATWOMAN #51:

Confused about her true moral leanings, Selina broke into Wayne Manor and told Bruce that she now knows that Zatanna manipulated her mind to the side of good! Bruce then confronted Zatanna, saying that the JLA should have revealed to him what they had done!


In ROBIN #146:

In an effort to find a cure for the mortally injured Superboy, Robin (who recently learned that Blüdhaven was bombed) snuck into one of Lex Luthor's secret underground laboratories! The Boy Wonder — along with Wonder Girl, Speedy and Beast Boy — quickly encountered a giant, shambling zombie!


In WONDER WOMAN #225:

With Themyscira gone, Wonder Woman closed her embassy, released her staff, and flew off to help the heroes that no longer trust her!

In GREEN LANTERN #8:

The world famous tag team of Green Arrow and Green Lantern defeated Mongul, driving their foe off-world!


In OUTSIDERS #33:

Arsenal (disguised as Deathstroke), Grace, Katana, Thunder and Captain Marvel Jr. infiltrated a Society stronghold and rescued Mary Marvel!


In RANN/THANAGAR WAR: INFINITE CRISIS SPECIAL:
At the center of the universe an assembled superhuman strike force — including Donna Troy, Kyle Rayner, Jade, Alan Scott, Supergirl, Starfire, Adam Strange, Hawkman, Hawkgirl, Captain Comet, the Omega Men and more — battled Blackfire's massive army!
As two mysterious hands — who we now know belonged to Alexander Luthor — emerged from the destructive cosmic storm, Rann and Thanagar leaders discovered that Superboy-Prime was responsible for pushing Rann out of its orbit! Realizing the true culprit behind their problems, the leaders ended their war!
Luthor's giant hands sent out waves of destructive energy that killed Jade! But before she died, she transferred her remaining energy into Kyle Rayner, transforming him into Ion — who was called by the Guardians "the first of a new breed, the next step in the evolution of our cause!"

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