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Crisis on Infinite Earths #6: Pt. 53

Previously in Superman #418…

  • While flying after Lex Luthor, a vortex opens in the sky and Superman witnesses Luthor disappear into it...

On page 8 of Crisis on Infinite Earths #6, we see that Brainiac abducted Luthor and took him aboard his ship.

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On the remaining three earths, the work of Psycho-Pirate becomes evident as "local" heroes battle fight against the heroes sent to help them...

  • On Earth-X, Hawkman (Earth-2), Dr. Light, Starfire, Steel, and Northwind encounter people running into a wall of anti-matter and the Freedom Fighters acting like madmen.

  • On Earth-4. Flash (Jay Garrick), Katana, J’onn J’onzz, Azrael, and Blok encounter Blue Beetle, Captain Atom, Peacemaker, Nightshade, Judi-Master, Thunderbolt, and The Question.

  • On Earth-S. Supergirl, Changeling, Wonder Woman, Black Canary, and Kole encounter Captain Marvel, Mary Marvel, Captain Marvel Jr., and Uncle Marvel. Kole creates a crystal barrier to prevent people from leaping into the antimatter cloud.

On all three earths, a vision of Harbinger appears in the sky, but none of the heroes have time to determine what she's doing.

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Meanwhile, near where Atlantis is supposed to be located on the merging Earths-1 and 2, Aquaman, Aqualad and Aquagirl find their home missing, as does mermaid Lori Lemaris. Dolphin is watching Black Manta and Ocean Master observing Aquaman, then the two villains disappear.

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Harbinger appeared in the skies of Earth-X, Earth-4 and Earth-S because she's drawing them into the Netherverse. After she’s done, Harbinger ceases to be and Lyla asks if she was successful. Alex Luthor says that she was; however, there are now five earths merging...

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Title: Crisis on Infinite Earths

Issue #: 6

Cover Date: Sept. 1985

On Sale Date: 6-6-1985

Cover Artists: George Perez, Gaspar Saladino

Writer: Marv Wolfman

Penciller: George Perez

Inker: Jerry Ordway

Colorist: Tom Ziuko

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