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Crisis on Infinite Earths #1: Pt. 9

Previously in Crisis on Infinite Earths...

  • Harbinger replicants go on retrieval missions for: Blue Beetle, Psycho-Pirate, Arion, (see Firestorm #41), Obsidian (see Infinity, Inc. #18), Cyborg (see New Teen Titans #13), and John Stewart (see Green Lantern #194.)

  • A Harbinger replicant is corrupted by an unknown force while searching for Arion.

Now continuing Crisis on Infinite Earths #1...

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"Deep inside the Monitor's satellite, all the heroes and villians that Harbinger recruited appear in a huge 2-page splash. Besides the characters depicted in the pages of Crisis on Infinite Earths #1 and its early crossovers, we see Psimon, who was taken by Monitor and Lyla/Harbinger in the pages of Tales of the Teen Titans #58.

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As these characters begin squabbling, Psimon proposes a truce. Cyborg hotheadedly responds, "Domehead, y'can take that truce an' shove it." Before anyone can throw fists, though, the chamber is invaded by "demon-shadows" and combined forces are needed to stop them. However, neither power rings, super-punches, fire powers, a million decibels of white sound, magic, magnetism, nor ice has any effect on them. Not even Harbinger can help.

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Just as the others notice that she's disappeared and are inclined to blame her for these events, "a burning, blinding light explodes in the dimly-lit chamber." A voice says, "This attack was not planned, but it was also not unexpected. Please do not blame poor Harbinger."

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Then, finally, Monitor reveals himself in his full glory:

Thus ends issue number one. Be sure to return every Wednesday to keep reading about Crisis on Infinite Earths...

Title: Crisis on Infinite Earths

Issue #: 1

Pages:

Cover Date: April 1985

On Sale Date: 1-3-1985

Cover Artists: George Perez, Gaspar Saladino

Writers: Bob Greenberger, Len Wein, Marv Wolfman

Penciller: George Perez

Inker: Dick Giordano

Colorist: Anthony Tollin

Editor: Tom Condon, Dick Giordano, Bob Greenberger, Len Wein, Marv Wolfman