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.
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.
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.
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