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Issue Details

Issue #11
Published February 1986
Frequency monthly
Cover Price 0.75 USD; 0.95 CAD; 0.35 GBP
Pages 36
Editing Marv Wolfman; Robert Greenberger (associate); Len Wein (consulting)

Cover Details

Characters Harbinger; Superman (Earth-1); Superman (Earth-2); Flash [Jay Garrick]; Kid Flash [Wally West]; Amazons; Queen Hyppolyta (Earth-1); Wonder Woman (Earth-1); Wonder Woman (Earth-2); Wonder Girl [Donna Troy]; Fury [Lyta Trevor Hall]; Amethyst; Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson/Nabu]; Demon; Dr. Occult; Batman (Earth-1); Peacemaker; Pariah; Lady Quark; Robin (Earth-2); Huntress [Helena Wayne (Earth-2)]; Capt. Marvel; Robin [Jason Todd]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Jade [Jennie-Lynn Hayden Scott]; Power Girl; Uncle Sam; Alex Luthor Jr.
Genre Superhero
Pencils George Perez (signed)
Inks George Perez (signed)

25 page DC heroes story "Aftershock"

Characters Adam Strange; Rip Hunter; Dolphin; Animal-Man; Atomic Knight; Captain Comet (all as the Forgotten Heroes); Changeling [Gar Logan]; Cyborg; Kid Flash [Wally West]; Wonder Girl; Kole (all as the New Teen Titans); Superman [Earth-2]; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Robin [Earth-2]; Huntress [Helena Wayne]; Power Girl; The Spectre [Jim Corrigan]; Wonder Woman [Earth-2] (all as the Justice Society of America/JSA); Superman [Earth-1]; Aquaman; Zatanna; Elongated Man; Phantom Stranger; Wonder Woman [Earth-1]; Batman [Earth-1] (all as the Justice League of America/JLA); Obsidian; Star-Spangled Kid; Fury; Jade (all as Infinity Inc.); Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Plastic Man; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Liberty Belle; Tarantula; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Atom [Al Pratt]; Commander Steel; Dr. Fate (all as the All-Star Squadron); Phantom Lady; Uncle Sam; The Ray; Doll Man (all as the Freedom Fighters); Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]; Geo-Force; Perry White; Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen; Joan Garrick; Brainiac; Harlequin; Peacemaker; Lady Quark; Pariah; Wildcat [Yolanda Montez]; Superboy [Earth-Prime]; Zatara; Anthro; Viking Prince; Tomahawk; Bat Lash; Enemy Ace; Sgt. Rock; Easy Company; The Losers; The Blackhawks; Judomaster; Guardian; Harbinger; Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Deadman; Harvey Bullock; Jonni Thunder; Johnny Double; Angle-Man (death); Angel O'Day; The Human Target [Christopher Chance]; The Demon; Amethyst; Dr. Occult; Hippolyta [Earth-1]; Robin [Jason Todd]; Lex Luthor [Earth-1]; Alexander Luthor Jr.; Sam Simeon; Detective Chimp; King Solovar; Gorilla City; Prof. Haley; Challengers of the Unknown; Cave Carson; Harbinger; Anti-Monitor (villain)
Synopsis The heroes begin to wonder what's happening as some heroes are remembered while others aren't on this Earth, and why weren't Superman [Earth-2] and Flash [Jay Garrick], as well as other heroes not able to return back to their respective worlds after the battle at the dawn of time. Harbinger then explains the multiverse is no more as a result of that battle, as a single universe is now in existence with aspects from each surviving world. The Antimonitor later appears to try and finish what he started as he pulls the single Earth into the antimatter universe. To be concluded...
Genre superhero
Script Marv Wolfman
Pencils George Perez
Inks Jerry Ordway
Colors Carl Gafford
Letters John Costanza
Notes End of the old multiverse and the beginning of a single universe.