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        "description":"<h2>Creation</h2><p>The Age of Apocalypse story crossover was introduced into the X-Men franchise in 1995 and was later connected to the alternative universe Earth- 295 and later introduced in the mainstream reality of Earth -616. The story arc was created by a group of writers of which included <a href=\"/scott-lobdell/26-40996/\">Scott Lobdell</a>, <a href=\"/mark-waid/26-40724/\">Mark Waid</a>, <a href=\"/fabian-nicieza/26-41350/\">Fabian Nicieza</a>, <a href=\"/john-francis-moore/26-41265/\">John Francis Moore,</a> <a href=\"/larry-hama/26-12272/\">Larry Hama</a>, <a href=\"/warren-ellis/26-40893/\">Warren Ellis</a>, <a href=\"/jeph-loeb/26-40472/\">Jeph Loeb</a>, <a href=\"/howard-mackie/26-40629/\">Howard Mackie</a> and <a href=\"/terry-kavanagh/26-41035/\">Terry Kavanagh</a>. The story arc lasted from 1995 till 1996 and then continued on to the Earth 661 reality and celebrated its 10th Anniversary in 2005. At 2011 as part of Dark Angel Saga, X-Force travelled to Earth 295.</p><h2>Major Story Arcs</h2><h3>Legion Quest</h3><div class=\"js-item-cage\" rel=\"image\" title=\"image\" id=\"346893\"><div class=\"wiki-img-right\"><div class=\"wiki-img-medium\"><a href=\"http://media.comicvine.com/uploads/0/1867/346893-149054-legion-quest_super.jpg\" title=\"\"><img id=\"346893\" src=\"http://media.comicvine.com/uploads/0/1867/346893-149054-legion-quest_medium.jpg\" alt=\"\" /></a><div class=\"item-caption\"></div></div></div></div><p>After waking up from his coma due to his encounter with the Shadow King, David Haller (Professor X's son <a href=\"/legion/29-13349/\">Legion</a>) decided that the best way to help his father's dream was if <a href=\"/magneto/29-1441/\">Magneto</a> had not been around to stand in the way. He travels back in time, taking several X-Men with him and attempts to murder Magneto, while Magnus and Xavier were still helping WWII survivors in Israel. Magneto is saved when Xavier jumps in front of Legion's psychic knife, taking the killing blow for his friend. As Xavier dies, Magneto pledges to carry on his friends dream when suddenly Legion and all the X-Men (except for <a href=\"/bishop/29-1503/\">Bishop</a>) disappear from existence. In the present, all of Earth 616 is covered in a crystal like form irradiated from the Shi'ar's <a href=\"/mkraan-crystal/18-44426/\">M'Kraan Crystal</a>.</p><h3>X-Men: Alpha</h3><p>During a genetic culling in Seattle, Magneto's group of X-Men save a mysterious stranger from Apocalypse's <a href=\"/infinites/65-41013/\">Infinites</a>. Following the battle, the stranger (an aged and slightly brain damaged Bishop) accuses Magneto of being the cause of everything wrong being wrong in the world. Meanwhile <a href=\"/mr-sinister/29-3179/\">, Mr. Sinister</a>'s Prelates, <a href=\"/cyclops/29-1459/\">Cyclops</a> and <a href=\"/havok/29-3546/\">Havok</a> destroy one of Beast's experiments (aka <a href=\"/blob/29-3182/\">Blob</a>), who was out of control, and Sinister warns Cyclops of his leaving and of the dark times soon to come. At Angel's \" <a href=\"/heaven-nightclub/34-57498/\">Heaven</a>\" nightclub, <a href=\"/gambit/29-1499/\">Gambit</a> is trying to find out from <a href=\"/archangel/29-2112/\">Angel</a> how to find Magneto's hideout because Magnus require his skills. At the ruins of the Xavier Mansion where Magneto's X-Men reside, Magneto's wife <a href=\"/rogue/29-1446/\">Rogue</a> is watching the robot <a href=\"/nanny/29-7567/\">Nanny</a> take care of her son, <a href=\"/charles-lehnsherr/29-3177/\">Charles</a> wishing she could touch him. Bishop regains consciousness but is knocked out by Magneto again and begins to rant again. <a href=\"/apocalypse/29-7612/\">Apocalypse</a> and three of his Horsemen (Sinister, <a href=\"/holocaust/29-15071/\">Holocaust</a> and <a href=\"/abyss/29-15323/\">Abyss)</a> discuss <a href=\"/mikhail-rasputin/29-14830/\">Mikhail Rasputin</a>'s (the final Horseman) errors in judgment, his absence and the upcoming \"Kelly Pact\" with the humans and their plans to disregard it. In London, Weapon X (616's <a href=\"/wolverine/29-1440/\">Wolverine</a>) and <a href=\"/jean-grey/29-3552/\">Jean Grey</a> track down the Human High Counsel, led by <a href=\"/bolivar-trask/29-15923/\">Bolivar</a> and <a href=\"/moira-mactaggert/29-8304/\">Moira</a> Trask ,to offer their help, using a mysterious package delivered by Sinister. Back at Xavier's Mansion, Rogue touches Bishop to look into his mind and the psychic backlash washes over her and Magneto, showing them glimpse of the real world and how everything should be. In the closing moments, Apocalypse notices Sinister is missing and Magneto calls a meeting for all of the X-Men and their associates while out in space the universe begins to crystallize.</p><h3>X-Men Chronicles</h3><p>The first issue shows Apocalypse's first attack on humanity and the first battle between Magneto's X-Men and Apocalypse's Horsemen ( <a href=\"/gideon/29-2162/\">Gideon</a>, <a href=\"/candra/29-7900/\">Candra</a>, <a href=\"/war/29-73720/\">War</a>, <a href=\"/death/29-12620/\">Death</a>, and <a href=\"/sabretooth/29-4563/\">Sabretooth</a>). In battle Sabretooth hesitated and he is left behind. Meanwhile back at Wundagore Mountain ,the X-Men's base of operations, <a href=\"/scarlet-witch/29-1466/\">Scarlet Witch</a> and Rogue defend the base and the younger mutant children against <a href=\"/nemesis/29-9367/\">Nemesis</a> (Apocalypse's chosen son). The X-Men are successful in thwarting Apocalypse's attack on both fronts but at the cost of the life of the Scarlet Witch.</p><p>The second issue opens with Weapon X and Jean Grey leaving the team following him rescuing her from Sinister's genetic holding pens. Gambit and Rogue begin a romantic relationship but when <a href=\"/wolverine/29-76835/\">Wolverine</a> attacks at Holocaust's (formerly Nemesis until his skin was all blown away) behest ,Rogue is forced to make a choice of saving Gambit or Magneto. She chooses Magneto and Gambit is buried under a falling wall. He survives and the battle is won but at the end he leaves the team.</p><h3>Astonishing X-Men</h3><p>Magneto tells all his X-Men what he saw in Bishop's head. Then <a href=\"/blink/29-12548/\">Blink</a> arrives through a portal and is followed by a blazing out of control <a href=\"/sunfire/29-3175/\">Sunfire</a> and it takes the combined powers of Magneto, <a href=\"/storm/29-1444/\">Storm</a> and <a href=\"/iceman/29-1464/\">Iceman</a> to calm him down. They are followed by one of Apocalypse's Prelates, but Blink closes the portal on him killing him. Later, Rogue is preparing to leave and Gambit tries to talk to her down, and as he tries to kiss her they are interrupted by Blink carrying baby Charles. <a href=\"/nightcrawler/29-1461/\">Nightcrawler</a> and Magneto discuss the various missions that have been assigned. <a href=\"/quicksilver/29-1467/\">Quicksilver</a> tries to stop Rogue from going to no avail while <a href=\"/morph/29-12547/\">Morph</a> make jokes and then everyone departs.</p><p>A team of X-Men (Rogue, Sunfire, Blink, Morph, Sabretooth, and <a href=\"/wild-child/29-9476/\">Wild Child</a>) are sent to Chicago to stop Apocalypse's cullings. Sunfire freaks out as he remembers the killing that he lived through, and Rogue is forced to take his powers to calm him down. At the Mansion, Magneto is holding his sleeping son while Bishop berates him for his less-then-aggressive strategy. He tells Bishop he just wants tonight with his son. Meanwhile, Apocalypse has finally found Magneto's base and plans to handle the matter personally. Back in the battle, Sabretooth has Blink teleport him and Wild Child directly to Holocaust, against her own better judgement and Rogue's fervent wishes. After a brutal battle, Sabretooth finally cracks Holocaust's armor and watches the villain dissipate. However, after Sabretooth falls unconscious due to his own injuries, Holocaust rematerialized in his armor.</p><p>Wild Child flees the Infinities only to run into Holocaust. Holocaust picks up Wild Child and then reveals himself to actually be Morph just seconds before Sunfire fries them. Rogue and Blink arrive through a portal and Wild Child (since he cant speak) licks Rogue to give her his memories of what has occurred. Meanwhile the real Holocaust is holding a badly beaten Sabretooth over a cliff overlooking a new Infinities processing plant. He gloats about Apocalypse's new army before knocking Sabretooth unconscious again where Creed dreams of the night he and Logan (Weapon X) were on a mission and he saved a young Blink from being killed. As Sunfire flies the rest of the team to Creed's location, Morph continues to crack jokes and sing despite protest from Sunfire. Back at the Mansion, Bishop and Magneto have a tense conversation when Nanny comes in with Charles. The robot then senses major danger and wraps itself around the baby and disappears into the floor (Magneto explains that's her programming to protect Charles). At the Infinities plant, Holocaust is watching as thousands of Infinite soldiers are pumped out of the factory , when all of a sudden a large hump back whale becomes marooned on the plant floor. The whale reveals itself to be Morph and has the entire team hiding inside his mouth. They defeat the Infinities and go searching for Sabretooth. Blink cries out and teleports to him when she sees him tied up to a pole and bleeding.</p><p>Blink confronts Holocaust directly and after a brief but intense battle she teleports him over a vat of acid and drops him in. In another part of the facility Rogue and the rest of the team are fighting against hopeless odds, with an army of Infinities. Meanwhile Magneto is a captive of Apocalypse (see Amazing X-Men) and is being made to watch his wife's team fight their losing battle. Apocalypse continues to taunt the restrained Magneto until he knocks him out. Back at the plant, Wild Child and Sunfire free the humans being held captive while Morph goes after Blink. He finds her and as the two escape, Holocaust punches through the side of the acid vat and attacks them both. Suddenly \"Morph\" reveals himself as Rogue and uses her own powers to crack Holocaust armor again just as the real Morph jumps through the roof and becomes a large brick that crashes down on Holocaust. Rogue then lunges at him but he sends her flying leaving a ditch in the ground as she slides. While the rest of the team attacks Holocaust, Morph goes after Rogue, changing into her baby to get her attention. Holocaust then taunts about how Apocalypse found and destroyed the Mansion that the X-Men were in. This gives Rogue all the fury she needs as she pounds on him, landing both of them on a teleporter. Iceman grabs her just as he is about to teleport them both to Apocalypse's stronghold. With Creed saved and the team together again they vow to go after Apocalypse and end his reign.</p><h3>X-Calibre</h3><p>The young mutant <a href=\"/switchback/29-41011/\">Switchback</a> takes a gondola ride down a river cavern where she is left alone. Thinking shes been taken advantage of she is approached by a huge man who tells her that there are \"no charlatans here\". His name is Cain and he is there to lead her to <a href=\"/avalon/34-55758/\">Avalon</a>. They travel through freezing jungle (which she doesnt notice getting less and less frozen as she goes) then after several days they come upon the paradise of Avalon (616's Savage Land). Back in what was once Manhattan, Nightcrawler is lurking in Angel's private quarters at \"Heaven\" nightclub to get information on his travel plans to Avalon so he can locate the precog <a href=\"/destiny/29-3557/\">Destiny</a> for Magneto. Angel balks at being used by him, Gambit and Magneto for illicit activities but gives him the information anyway, telling him to go to the east river and ask for <a href=\"/warpath/29-2158/\">Proudstar</a>.At the Xavier Mansion, Magneto orders <a href=\"/mystique/29-1469/\">Mystique t</a>o assist her son, Nightcrawler, in reaching Avalon and assist him in extracting Destiny from there. At the warehouse by the east river, Nightcrawler meets Proudstar and his tribe \"the Ghost Dance\" which is the first step on the trek to Avalon, called \"the Infernal Gallop\". When Proudstar accuses Mystique of pillaging the people she ferries to Avalon before delivering them, Nightcrawler grabs his finger and teleports it off his hand. In the background, a young woman sneaks away to Apocalypse's citadel, frying the brain of a guard with a psychic arrow on the way there. The young woman, <a href=\"/moonstar/29-1463/\">Danielle Moonstar</a>, approaches Apocalypse and one of his puppets, <a href=\"/deadpool/29-7606/\">Dead Man Wade</a>, to tell him of Nightcrawler's trek to Avalon. Apocalypse call for <a href=\"/damask/29-14848/\">Damask</a> and tell her to take these two, collectively the Pale Riders, and find Avalon and burn it to the ground. Nightcrawler is on a cramped barge with other refugees, while down in Avalon Switchback has arrived an is brought by Cain to meet Destiny. As their fingers touch, Destiny has a painful precognitive flash of Avalon burning and Apocalypse coming.</p><p>As Destiny collapses from the shock of her vision Switchback, Cain, and Destiny's adopted son <a href=\"/cypher/29-14559/\">Doug Ramsey</a> rush to her side as she screams about Avalon burning. By the east river, Apocalypse's Infinities attack Proudstar's Ghost Dance and despite their best efforts are summarily dispatched. Menawhile on the submarine bound for Avalon, the air conditioning unit has busted and Nightcrawler and the other passengers are choking on their own exhalations. The captain surfaces rather then have everyone perish but warns that the instrumentation is broken and they may not be beyond American Detection Range. When they break the surface the crew realizes that the cargo bay doors are electronically sealed and everyone may have already suffocated to death. They signal a nearby ship who happen to have a torch to cut through the doors and save at least some of the people inside. The new ship's captain, <a href=\"/callisto/29-3423/\">Callisto</a>, offers her own ship to finish the submarine's trip to Avalon. Nightcrawler is on the roof of the sub, having teleported out (barely) when the ship broke air. Above on the Pale Riders' ship, <a href=\"/damask/29-14848/\">Damask</a> is watching these events unfold while Moonstar is repeatedly cutting Wade and watching his healing factor work. Damask receives a transmission from Apocalypse informing her that he is sending a secondary expedition and that when they arrive in Avalon she is to \"kill Avalon\". In frustration, she kills Moonstar and tells Wade \"And I loved it\". Back on the ship, Callisto has taken hold of the refugees to Avalon and they head on their way. She and her crew collect all valuables that the refugees have on them and then when they get to deeper water she orders the cargo doors in the water, dumping every passenger into the freezing cold ocean killing them. The bodies pile up the boat drifts in what is called an Atrocity Zone, small islands in the Atlantic where Apocalypse dumped all the corpses he was creating. Callisto shoots the crewman responsible for letting them drift in to it and tells the rest of the crew to wait for her signal. Unbeknown to Callisto, Nightcrawler has been teleporting around the ship taking out her crew one by one and he then appears on the deck and takes out the remainder of the crew. Callisto is about to shoot Nightcrawler when Mystique shows up and points a gun at her head.</p><p>Callisto is dead and Mystique and Nightcrawler, mother and son, are having a family reunion. They jump onto the ladder up to Mystique's helicopter and when Nightcrawler asks how she found him, she tells him that she was actually looking for the pirates because they'd killed the last two groups of travelers. On the Pale Riders ship, Wade is still devestated about Moonstar's death and Damask tell him that Moonstar never liked him anyway. Nightcrawler and Mystique arrive at Mystique's Antarctic headquarters and Kurt asks his mother why she won't go to Avalon. When she evades the topic he slaps her and accuses her of everything he had heard about her from the Ghost Dance. She admits that she takes the possessions of her passengers, calls it a tariff, and Nightcrawler tells her she isnt worthy of being in Avalon. Later, they are rowing down the underground river to Avalon and they meet Cain. Mystique asks where Destiny is and when he says she's too old to greet people anymore so he does it. The three of them trek to Avalon, with Cain carrying all the crates they brought and when they reach the edge of the paradise Mystique, who has never actually the end of the journey, is breathless over the beauty of Avalon and of the news the Destiny has a son. As they approach Destiny, Irene is thrilled to see Raven and hopeful that this means she will stay with them. When Mystique says she came to take her back with them, Destiny silently turns and leads them to Avalon Village. She introduced them to Switchback and tells of her vision that they will all die . Meanwhile at the entrance of Avalon, Wade is ready to kill everything as per his order while Damask on the other hand is so taken aback by the beauty she sees and is having seconds thoughts about her orders. In Avalon Village, Mystique and Nightcrawler are telling Destiny about Bishop, Xavier, and the alternate timeline. Destiny is hesitant to leave, claiming that her departure might cause Avalon to be destroyed and telling them that she has much to lose, such as her son. Suddenly a rocket blows up their tent and everyone scrambles to see what happened. Nightcrawler tries to get Cain to fight to protect them but he has a crisis of conscious so severe (his violent nature fighting his fanatical pacifist nature) that it caused an anuerism, killing him. Mystique and Co break out their guns, while on a hill Wade is continuing to shot at them. He asks Damask why she isnt killing anyone and she changes sides, stabbing Wade. This stalls his just long enough for Nightcrawler to teleport his head off his body. Damask tells him that if he wants her help shes willing and together with Mystique and Switchback they stand ready for Apocalypse's invasion.</p><p>While still standing over Wade's dead body, Switchback suddenly changes positions explaining that its her mutant power to shift herself back down her own timeline a max of 10 seconds, in this case to fix the headache she was getting. Mystique and Switchback head back to the village while Nightcrawler interrogates Damask about Apocalypse's next wave. She tells him she doesn't know as she learns in and rubs his face fur commenting it feels like velvet. Back in the village, everything is on fire and everyone is in pain. They find Destiny and Doug helping other people and Doug and Mystique get into a fight over Doug's mutant status (his translation field covers the area so everyone can communicatie) and how his mother could ever be friends with someone like Mystique. Switchback jumps in and says that all they want is for her to come to America and confirm or deny what Bishop is saying. Suddenly one of the villagers with bio-electric powers goes berzerk killing several others. Before Mystique can kill her, Doug stops her and says that he can read background noise in thoughts and that she has two. At this point, Shadow King reveals him as possessing the girl explaining that he came in with Wade and when he was killed jumped to Switchback (which explained her headache). Mystique shoves Doug out of the way and blasts the possessed girl. Damask tells them that all they did was kill his host and he'll have a new one by now. Nightcrawler asks how does his power work and she explains that he traveling from mind to mind through an adjacent dimension. Destiny stumbles through the carnage and Shadow King approaches her in the guise of a pyrotic mutant named Marcus and berates her life's work as a waste of time. Damask lashes out with her own power, searing psychic knives, which forces Shadow King out of the boy. The boy is released as Doug accuses Nightcrawler and Mystique of causing all the carnage to which he replies that it was inevitable andall they did was move it up the schedule. Suddenly, Mystique is possessed by Shadow King and begins cycling through forms until she stops on Sabretooth, because it was the worst memory he could find in her mind. Using a combination of their powers, Nightcrawler teleports while Switchback uses her power to extend their time between worlds (where they find Shadow King) and Damask destroys his mind with her psychic knives. With his last vestige of power he makes a nearby mutant blast Destiny but Doug jumps in the way and saves her, dying in the process. Destiny agrees to accompany Nightcrawler back to Magneto and help bring down Apocalypse.</p><h3>Gambit &amp; the X-Ternals</h3><p><a href=\"/jubilee/29-4562/\">Jubilee</a> is fleeing from Infinite soldier while carrying stolen medical supplies and as she falls Guido comes barreling through a wall and Sunspot blasts them. Jubilee is gathering up her bundles when Sunspot explodes another grunt above her. When Guido tries to check on her she just yells that shes fine and wasnt scared. The trio sneaks through the city to a human safehouses where they deliver the medical supplies under the watchful eye of the teams human member, Lila Cheney. She tells them that Gambit just got back but wont tell them where hes been. They walk through the underground tunnels (where legend tell of a tribe of mutants that once lived there) they that serve as their base until they come upon Magneto. They almost attack him but Gambit stops them and tell them that they came together and that Magneto needs their help stealing something BIG. At the headquarters of the Madri, a priesthood devoted to Apocalypse, Rictor berates his lackeys for not capturing the X-ternals and helping him get promoted. While the team walks through the tunnels, Guido and Jubilee discuss (sorta) Lila and Remy's dating again while Gambit and Erik have tense conversation about Rogue. Magneto leads them to a hidden chamber in the tunnel dubbed \"the Science Chamber\" and when they question Magneto's motives he tells them he got his information from Apocalypse's scientific librarian for cataloging and the information is guaranteed. He mentions that she didnt complain about his methods and reasons when he rescued her from an asylum but she says it was a long time ago. The doors open to a room full of scientific wonder jsut before the Madri teleport in. The X-ternals and Magneto dispatch the invaders while Sunspot locates Peter Corbeau the \"librarian\". Peter warns that if the Madri came the other will come and they dont have time. He pulls up information about the Shi'ar galaxy (which Magneto had asked him to find) on the rooms computers, which are composed of the remains of Apocalypse Celestial ship that Magneto downs years earlier. When Lila balks at the idea of going to outer space, Magneto informs her that she is a latent mutant and that her long range teleportation powers will be responsible for taking them. Using the chamber's cybernetic helmet, Corbeau helps Lila visualize the far off galaxy and open her mind to her own powers. As her power floods through her, Rictor and the Madri arrive and Magneto tells them to go while he fights them off. Lila opens a vortex that takes all the X-ternals through it and at the last possible second Rictor jumps through. Magneto defeats the rest of the soldiers and Peter(knowing Apocalypse will have him killed for this, sets the self destruct program.</p><p>The team arrives a moment later on the Shi 'ar homeworld and are immediately confronted by the Shi'ar Imperial Guard. Guido catches Lila as she falls from the sky, dropping Jubilee in the process. Rictor instantly surrenders but Gambit and the team turn and run which only incites the Imperial Guard to pursue them. After a brief battle they are able to escape into the cover of the forest. However, once they enter the forest, the forest trees begin to attack them and suck them down into the ground. Moments later the Guard with Rictor in tow come by and find no sign of them at all. Underground, the X-ternals see a speak to the shadowy figure who had the sentient plants abduct them and Lila says she felt the entire planet call her here through the portal. Rictor tells the Imperials that he has a tracker on one of the other mutants and as Oracle tries to read his mind there is a sort of feedback where she says that for a brief moment everything ceased to exist. She says that the telepathic spies were right and Emperor D'Ken's meddling of the M'Kraan crystal will destroy everything. Rictor offers to help provided he can have the X-ternals when they are finished. In the underground cavern, everyone also felt the nexus expansion effect. The leader, Jonah, recounts the story of how D'Ken came to power by murdering his father and Lilandra and wresting the throne from Deathbird. After becoming emperor, D'Ken discovered the M'Kraan crystal which was now radiating out energies that were threatening the entire universe. He tells them that the blink they felt means that this sector of space is next to be nullified. Even with Jonah's assurance that they will be spared so as to see \"the end of all that is\" so they can stop it from happening again, Jubilee still freaks out saying that they were just supposed to steal a rock, which Sunspot agrees with. Just as Jonah is rallying them to the cause, Rictor and the Imperial Guard burst in through the ceiling. As they groups battle another blink happens and everything starts to crystalize around them. At the last moment before they are turned to crystal, the X-ternals are teleported to a ship where they are face to face with the Deathbird and the Starjammers</p><p>The Starjammers ship drops out of hyper speed jsut outside the energy absorption system that surrounds the M'Kraan planet. When Gambit reconsiders the plan Deathbird reminds him that he travels across the universe for this. The Starjammers plan to keep the armada busy while the X-ternals teleport planet-side. When they reach the surface they are instantly attacked by Shi'ar guards and Bobby tells them they don't have to beat the army, jsut have to hold them off while Gambit and Lila get the jewel. Meanwhile, Gambit, Lila, and Deathbird approach the crystal (which Gambit didnt expect to be 3 stories high) and Deathbird tells them that as much power is in a sliver as in the whole crystal. As more soldiers approach them, Lila is grabbed by a strange hand and pulled inside the crystal. Gambit and Deathbird follow her and meet Jahf, the guardian of the M'Kraan. Outside, Guido, Sunspot and Jubilee continue fighting and after the next blink Sunspots hands turn white with energy. Suddenly Gladiator flies in with Rictor in tow, with soldiers still surrounding them the situation seems more and more hopeless. Inside the crystal Gambit, Deathbird and Jahf approach the center of the crystal where Lila and D'Ken stand transfixed by the glowing energy ball and when Deathbird attempts to attack Jahf she is mesmerized also. Jahf explains to Gambit how the crystal works as the nexus of all realities (even mentioning the X-men who came through there back in the 70's). He tells Remy that Bishop is telling the truth about the world being wrong and how it was affecting every reality after it. Jahf tells him to take a shard of the crystal and use it to send Bishop tot the past and fix everything. Outside while Gladiator and Sunspot fight theres another blink but this time Sunspot's entire body glows bright white and everyone except Rictor and the X-ternals is turned to crystal. Everyone leaps into the crystal as Gambit prepares to smash the energy matrix. As he hits the glowing ball everything explodes and Sunspot absorbs more energy then ever before. He is left behind as Lila teleports them home.</p><p>Dazzler and Exodus search the Morlock tunnels beneath the mansion and find the ruined remains of Nanny but no sign of baby Charles. At Apocalypse's citadel, Rictor is being questioned by Apocalypse regarding the events with the X-ternals. He recounts chasing Remy and Lila through the tunnel (with Guido and Jubilee heading in a different direction with the crystal shard towards Magneto). With Lila too tired to teleport yet they jsut keep running towards daylight while Rictor follows behind then taunting. Back at Rictor's interrogation, Apocalypse informs him that he was wrong to think that Gambit was more important then the crystal shard Jubilee carried, while he stroke the head of Magneto's son. Flashing back to the tunnel and Jubilee is running with the crystal and baby Charles from Guido, who it turns out was a spy on their team. He tells her that two months earlier he got caught and since he hated Gambit anyway he cut a deal to spy on them and keep the rest of the safe. Apocalypse wants Gambit to get to Rogue to get to Magneto, but the plan got messed up when they ran into the robot which would have lead them to the mansion instead of Apocalypse like he had planned so he smashed it..</p><h2>Lasting Effects</h2><p>Though this reality was supposed to have vanished when all was said and done, further issues have come out to show that this alternate reality still thrives. In addition, Bishop lived through both realities. But, since the AoA was never to have happened, his body reverted to what it was before the event but his mind kept the memories.</p><p>A few characters from the Age of Apocalypse made their way to Earth-616 before the reality was to disappear:</p><ul><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/x-man/29-15051/\">X-Man</a> - The reality's version of <a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/cable/29-2157/\">Cable</a> created by Mr. Sinister using the genetic material from Cyclops and Jean Grey. Nate Grey showed up in the main timeline after ramming a shard of the M'Kraan crystal into <a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/holocaust/29-15071/\">Holocaust</a>'s chest.</li><li><a href=\"/holocaust/29-15071/\">Holocaust</a> - Also entered the main reality when the crystal was jammed into his chest. He appeared in space frozen in ice and was found by the Acolytes</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/sugar-man/29-3435/\">Sugar Man</a> - He somehow ended up 20 years in the past on Earth-616 and had a base in <a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/genosha/34-40967/\">Genosha</a>. There he seemed to aid the <a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/genegineer-david-moreau/29-28470/\">Genegineer</a> in the mutate process.</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/dark-beast/29-3422/\">Dark Beast</a> - Another mutant to have ended up in the past. He was learned to have used principles from his master, the AoA's <a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/mr-sinister/29-3179/\">Mr. Sinister</a>, and experimented on mutants, thereby forming the <a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/morlocks/65-3191/\">Morlocks</a>. It is seen that the main timeline's Mr. Sinister recognized his work (but perverted) and okayed the <a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/mutant-massacre/39-41407/\">Mutant Massacre</a>.</li><li>Hatchet-9 - An interdimensional traveler using a gate Apocalypse had experimented with.</li></ul><p>These character didn't make it to 616 proper but made it out of their own world nonetheless to join the reality hopping Exiles:</p><ul><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/blink/29-12548/\">Blink</a> - Though the main timeline already had a Blink, the AoA version proved popular enough to spark another incarnation who became a dimensional traveler</li><li><a href=\"/sabretooth/29-4563/\">Sabretooth</a> - He was plucked from AOA to replace the team's version of <a href=\"/heather-hudson/29-9846/\">Heather Hudson</a>.</li></ul><p>Other characters either made their debut or had a major overhaul that later also happened in 616:</p><ul><li>Iceman was shown here to be able to become solid ice and also reform upon shattering for the first time in AOA. He later discovered this ability in 616</li><li>Sunfire's flaming image and costume were first seen here and later brought back in 616 as his \"Horsemen of Apocalypse\" guise</li><li>Sunspot was shown as having a more flame like energy signature when his power was active, this was worked into his powers during the Reignfire storyline in 616</li><li>Abyss was one of Apocalypse's Horsemen when he made his debut in AOA. When he showed up in 616 he was revealed to be Nightcrawlers half brother by their father.</li><li>A minor change/intro was this was the first time we saw Bishop bald. Until now he had always had long hair, the bald look didn't show up for many years.</li><li>This is the first time we see Rogue and Magneto touch, an aspect of his power that is later explored by his clone Joseph in 616.</li><li>Switchback first appeared in X-Calibre during Age of Apocalypse but never made it to a 616 appearance.</li></ul><h2>Supplements</h2><p>Since the Age of Apocalypse was so popular, Marvel would allow the timeline to be revisited in stories that were published later. While these stories add to the history of the AOA, they do not technically fall in line with the original story arc.</p><p>For in depth looks at these supplemental stories, see the Age of Apocalypse concept page <a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/age-of-apocalypse/12-56051/\">here</a>.</p><p>Also, a new volume of monthly stories has begun under the same name, <a href=\"/age-of-apocalypse/49-46347/\">Age of Apocalypse</a>, that continues to follow the inhabitants of the different timeline.</p><h2>Collected Editions</h2><ul><li>Marvel released a preview in <a href=\"/x-men-year-of-the-mutants-collectors-preview/49-32240/\">X-Men: Year of the Mutants</a></li><li>X-Men: Age of Apocalypse: The Complete Epic, volumes <a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/x-men-age-of-apocalypse-the-complete-epic-book-1/37-191690/\">1</a>, <a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/x-men-age-of-apocalypse-the-complete-epic-book-2/37-175292/\">2</a>, <a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/x-men-age-of-apocalypse-the-complete-epic-volume-3/37-127623/\">3</a>, and <a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/x-men-age-of-apocalypse-the-complete-epic-volume-4/37-127701/\">4</a>.</li><li><a href=\"/exiles-age-of-apocalypse/49-36179/\">Exiles: Age of Apocalypse</a></li><li><a href=\"/x-men-age-of-apocalypse-omnibus/49-46087/\">X-Men: Age of Apocalypse Omnibus</a></li></ul><h2>Non-U.S. Editions</h2><ul><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/marvel-miniserie-x-men-ritorno-allera-di-apocalisse-1/37-333454/\">Marvel Miniserie #64</a></li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/marvel-miniserie-x-men-ritorno-allera-di-apocalisse-2/37-333456/\">Marvel Miniserie #65</a></li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/wolverine-/37-299202/\">Wolverine #1</a> (Germany)</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/wolverine-/37-299203/\">Wolverine #2</a> (Germany)</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/wolverine-/37-299204/\">Wolverine #3</a> (Germany)</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/wolverine-/37-299205/\">Wolverine #4</a> (Germany)</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/x-men-/37-300232/\">X-Men #5</a> (Germany)</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/x-men-/37-300233/\">X-Men #6</a> (Germany)</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/x-men-/37-300234/\">X-Men #7</a> (Germany)</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/x-men-/37-300235/\">X-Men #8</a> (Germany)</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/x-men-/37-300236/\">X-Men #9</a> (Germany)</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/x-men-/37-300237/\">X-Men #10</a> (Germany)</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/x-men-universe-/37-333584/\">X-Men Universe #14</a></li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/x-men-zeit-der-apokalypse-/37-299680/\">X-Men: Zeit der Apokalypse #1</a></li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/x-men-zeit-der-apokalypse-/37-299681/\">X-Men: Zeit der Apokalypse #2</a></li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/x-men-zeit-der-apokalypse-/37-299682/\">X-Men: Zeit der Apokalypse #3</a></li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/x-men-zeit-der-apokalypse-/37-299683/\">X-Men: Zeit der Apokalypse #4</a></li></ul><h2>Other Media</h2><h3>Television</h3><p><b>X-Men: The Animated Series</b></p><p>A similar version of the Age of Apocalypse storyline was included in the X-Men animated series. However, Apocalypse wasn't shown to control this reality. In this alternate reality, Magneto gathered all mutants to fight against humanity after Xavier was dead. In the two-part episode, \"One Man's Worth,\" a temporal anomaly caused Xavier to disappear and altered the reality. Bishop and his sister, Shard, learns that Fitzroy, the time-traveling mutant, had killed young Xavier in the past. Since Xavier was killed, his dreams of human and mutant coexistence had no meaning and thus the two races are having a war against each other. To prevent his death, Bishop and Shard convinces Wolverine and Storm's alternate selves to go with them and stop Fitzroy from killing young Xavier.</p><h3>Wolverine and the X-Men</h3><p>After the X-Men accomplish their mission in the present to avoid a world ruled by Sentinels, a variant of the Age of Apocalypse reality is shown in the final episode. Mr. Sinister and Cyclops are depicted in their Age of Apocalypse versions, alongside Apocalypse.</p><h3>Video Games</h3><p><b>X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse</b></p><div class=\"js-item-cage\" rel=\"image\" title=\"image\" id=\"1964546\"><div class=\"wiki-img-right\"><div class=\"wiki-img-thumb\"><a href=\"http://media.comicvine.com/uploads/0/5774/1964546-apocalypse_legends_super.jpg\" title=\"AOA\"><img id=\"1964546\" src=\"http://media.comicvine.com/uploads/0/5774/1964546-apocalypse_legends_thumb.jpg\" alt=\"AOA\" /></a><div class=\"item-caption\">AOA</div></div></div></div><p>This game is heavily influenced by the \"Age of Apocalypse\" storyline. This role-playing game focuses on an X-Men and Brotherhood alliance to face Apocalypse\u00b4s coming. As in AOA, Apocalypse attacks New York and sets his base there (though the game combines some concepts of Earth 616 and AoA).</p><p>Similarities:</p><p>- Horsemen of Apocalypse (Abyss, Mikhail, Mr. Sinister and Holocaust).</p><p>- Affection felt with Blink by Sabretooth.</p><p>- Angel as information provider.</p><p>- Destiny seeks refuge on Avalon (Savage Land).</p><p>- Grizzly is convinced to work for Apocalypse to satiate his thirst for violence.</p><p>- Sugar Man controls the <a href=\"/seattle-core/34-57496/\">Core</a>, that supplies energy to Apocalypse's reign.</p><p>- After completing the second act the game offers special outfits that are based on The Age of Apocalypse.</p>",
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        "description":"<p>This storyline follows Batman in the aftermath of the massive breakout at Arkham Asylum, leading up to his confrontation with Bane and the fallout from that. Knightfall is broken up into two parts \"The Broken Bat\" and \"Who Rules the Night\".</p><h2>The Broken Bat</h2><div class=\"js-item-cage\" rel=\"image\" title=\"image\" id=\"1570512\"><div class=\"wiki-img-right\"><div class=\"wiki-img-medium\"><a href=\"http://media.comicvine.com/uploads/5/59335/1570512-batman497_super.png\" title=\"\"><img id=\"1570512\" src=\"http://media.comicvine.com/uploads/5/59335/1570512-batman497_medium.png\" alt=\"\" /></a><div class=\"item-caption\"></div></div></div></div><p>Following Bane's massive break out at Arkham Asylum Batman hunts through the city of Gotham tracking down the escaped inmates. He confronts multiple enemies in rapid succession including Mad Hatter, Killer Croc, Zsasz, Poison Ivy, Scarecrow, and Joker (among others). With no rest between battles he quickly wears down but refuses to give up or stop. Finally when he is at the end of his rope, he is confronted by Bane right inside Wayne Manor and after a brutal and bloody battle, Bane lifts Batman above his head and breaks his back over his knee. He then throws Batman's broken unconscious body into a crowd in Gotham City. Bruce Wayne is now in a coma with severe spinal trauma.</p><h2>Who Rules the Night</h2><p>With Bruce stabilized but out of commission, Gotham City still needs a Batman, so Bruce asks Jean Paul Valley (Azrael) to step in as Batman. His first battle is with Scarecrow and he begins to get more and more comfortable in the role of Batman. However his previous brainwashing begins to kick in and his Batman becomes more and more ruthles s as time goes on. He develops a pair of razor claws that he wears out as Batman and eventually even attacks Tim Drake (Robin in the Bat Cave.) Meanwhile, Bruce leaves the country to rescue Tim Drake's father and Dr Shondra Kinsolving and is unaware of his replacements behavior. Increasing in madness, Jean-Paul in his new Batman-like aromor tracks down Bane and beats him within an inch of his life however at the last minute pulls back and spares him. He hands Bane over to the police and expels Robin from the Bat Cave at the end of the storyline.</p><h2>KnightQuest</h2><p>This storyline continues in <a href=\"/knightquest-the-crusade/39-55689/\">KnightQuest: The Crusade</a> which follow Jean Paul and his violent rampage as Batman against Gotham City villains and <a href=\"/knightquest-the-search/39-55690/\">KnightQuest: The Search</a> which follows Bruce Wayne quest to find Frank Drake and Shondra Kinsolving.</p><h2>Collected Editions</h2><ul><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/batman-knightfall-vol-1-broken-bat/37-217582/\">Batman: Knightfall Vol. 1</a></li></ul><h2>Related Items</h2><ul><li><a href=\"/batman-mitefall/49-33593/\">Batman - Mitefall</a></li></ul><h2>Novelization</h2><table class=\"t-editor full-width\"><tbody><tr><td><div class=\"js-item-cage\" rel=\"image\" title=\"image\" id=\"2132332\"><div class=\"wiki-img-left\"><div class=\"wiki-img-medium\"><a href=\"http://media.comicvine.com/uploads/6/67397/2132332-knightfall.jpg\" title=\"\"><img id=\"2132332\" src=\"http://media.comicvine.com/uploads/6/67397/2132332-knightfall_medium.jpg\" alt=\"\" /></a><div class=\"item-caption\"></div></div></div></div></td><td><blockquote><i>In 1994, DC Comics brought readers a landmark story featuring Batman. The Dark Knight has been Gotham City's protector for years, challenged by its many villains. But now there's a new villain on the scene, determined to conquer where others have failed. Known as Bane, he starts his campaign against Batman and Gotham by emptying Arkham Asylum, where so many of Batman's enemies are imprisoned and have spent their time plotting revenge. Almot single-handedly, Batman fights off these long-time opponents only to find himself so exhausted after it all that his strength fails him when Bane follows the onslaught to face Batman himself. Now Bruce Wayne is confined to a wheel-chair and must turn over his cloak and cowl to his apprentice, Azrael. But Azrael's philosophy of crime-fighting is much more violent and harsher than Batman's ever was. And now Bruce faces two challenges: the first is dealing with his incapacitation; and the second is dealing with Azrael who, it's become clear, is a loose cannon with an agenda all his own.</i></blockquote><blockquote><ul><li>Written By: Dennis O'Neil</li><li>Publisher: Bantam Books (July, 1994)</li><li>ISBN-10: 0553096737</li><li>ISBN-13: 978-0553096736</li></ul></blockquote></td></tr></tbody></table>",
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        "description":"<h2>Plot Summary</h2><p>The story begins in the wake of the four lead-in limited series, with Superman, Wonder Woman, and Batman feuding, the JLA Watchtower destroyed, and the heroes of the world all facing a variety of menaces. Over this backdrop, Kal-L (the Earth-Two Superman), along with Earth-Two Lois Lane, Earth-Three Alexander Luthor, and Superboy-Prime escape from the pocket universe where they had been left at the end of <i>Crisis on Infinite Earths</i>. Kal-L seeks out his cousin, Power Girl, also a survivor of Earth-Two. Believing Lois' health will improve on her native world, he hopes to replace the current Earth-One with Earth-Two, which he considers perfect.</p><p>Kal-L tries to enlist Batman's support, stating that the Post-Crisis Earth's inherent \"bad\" nature caused Batman's recent mistrust and hostility. Batman refuses. Afterward, he learns Superboy-Prime destroyed the JLA Watchtower.</p><p>Alexander reveals to Power Girl that he and Superboy-Prime had been leaving their \"paradise\" for some time, manipulating events to help create an inter-dimensional tuning fork. Using the Anti-Monitor's remains and captured heroes and villains specifically attuned to former universes (Power Girl among them), Alex restores Earth-Two, un-populated except for the Earth-Two heroes transported there.</p><p>Superboy-Prime attacks Conner Kent, this world's Superboy. Multiple super-teams intervene. Superboy-Prime accidentally kills several heroes before the Flashes and Kid Flash force him into the Speed Force, assisted by speedsters already within it. Jay Garrick, the only speedster left behind, says the Speed Force is now gone.</p><p>Seeking to create a perfect world, Alexander restores many alternate Earths. The Earth-Two Lois dies, and an aggrieved Kal-L and the younger Superman Kal-El fight until Wonder Woman separates them. Bart Allen (wearing Barry Allen's costume and aged to adulthood) emerges from the Speed Force, warning that he and the other speedsters were unable to hold Superboy-Prime, who returns wearing Anti-Monitor inspired armor that stores yellow sun radiation to empower him, making him even stronger.</p><p>Batman's strike force destroys Brother Eye, a satellite AI created by Batman that had gone rogue and begun transforming civilians into nano-infused robots. Alexander selects and merges alternate Earths, trying to create a \"perfect\" world, until Firestorm blocks his efforts. Conner, Nightwing, and Wonder Girlrelease the Tower's prisoners. Fighting each other, Conner and Superboy-Prime collide with the tower, destroying it. The multiple Earths recombine into a \"New Earth\" as Conner dies in Wonder Girl's arms. Power Girl soon arrives and asks Kal-L what happened to Lois. The answer causes her to break down prompting her to ask Kal-L why. His answer is because he chose the wrong Superboy.</p><p>When a horde of supervillains attack Metropolis, heroes, current and retired, fly off to the rescue. They are joined by the National Guard. The battle results in multiple deaths on both sides, including many by Superboy-Prime himself, who kills villains and heroes alike. During the battle, Superboy-Prime takes off to destroy <a href=\"http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oa\" rel=\"nofollow\">Oa</a>, planning to collapse the Universe, and recreate it with himself as the only superhero. Superboy-Prime breaks through a 300-mile thick wall of willpower, and then kills thirty-two Green Lanterns before Kal-L and Kal-El carry him toward Krypton's remains, now essentially a huge cloud of kryptonite. Flying through Krypton's red sun Rao destroys Superboy-Prime's armor and causes all three Kryptonians' powers to dissipate. Landing on the sentient planet (and Green Lantern Corps member) Mogo, they fight. Kal-El finally knocks Superboy-Prime out and the older Superman Kal-L dies of his injuries in the arms of his cousin, Power Girl.</p><p>Back on Earth, Batman, struggling with Superboy's death and Nightwing's severe injuries sustained during the Metropolis battle, contemplates shooting Alex. Batman is discouraged by Wonder Woman. Alex manages to escape.</p><p>Wonder Woman, Batman, and Superman later meet up in Gotham. Wonder Woman plans to find out who she is. Batman plans a similar journey of self-discovery, revisiting the training of his youth, this time with Dick Grayson, now healthier, and Tim Drake joining him. Superman retires from superheroics until his powers return.</p><p>Hiding in an alley in Gotham City and making new plans, Alexander Luthor is found by Lex Luthor and the Joker. The Joker deforms him by spraying acid onto his face, then kills Alexander as Lex mocks him for making the mistake of not letting the Joker play in the Society.</p><p>The Green Lantern Corps imprison Superboy-Prime inside a red Sun-Eater. The series ends with him carving an <i>S</i> into his chest with his bare hands and declaring that he has escaped from worse prisons than this.</p><h2>Deaths in Infinite Crisis</h2><div class=\"js-item-cage\" rel=\"image\" title=\"image\" id=\"274632\"><div class=\"wiki-img-right\"><div class=\"wiki-img-thumb\"><a href=\"http://media.comicvine.com/uploads/0/9506/274632-45008-alex-luthor_super.png\" title=\"Alex Luthor\"><img id=\"274632\" src=\"http://media.comicvine.com/uploads/0/9506/274632-45008-alex-luthor_thumb.png\" alt=\"Alex Luthor\" /></a><div class=\"item-caption\">Alex Luthor</div></div></div></div><ul><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/air-wave/29-23368/\">Air Wave</a> - Split into a million pieces. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #4</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/ballistic/29-10696/\">Ballistic</a> - Vaporized by <a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/superman-prime/29-40756/\">Superboy-Prime</a>. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #7</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/baron-blitzkrieg/29-22040/\">Baron Blitzkrieg</a> - Vaporized by Superboy-Prime. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #7</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/bushido/29-42490/\">Bushido</a> - Sliced in half by Superboy-Prime. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #4</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/breach/29-57300/\">Breach</a> - Exploded after his shell is ruptured by Superboy-Prime. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #7</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/charaxes/29-9908/\">Charaxes</a> - Torn in half by Superboy-Prime. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #7</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/geist/29-32657/\">Geist</a> - Vaporized by Superboy-Prime. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #7</li></ul><div class=\"js-item-cage\" rel=\"image\" title=\"image\" id=\"81562\"><div class=\"wiki-img-right\"><div class=\"wiki-img-thumb\"><a href=\"http://media.comicvine.com/uploads/0/40/81562-98724-superboy-prime_super.jpg\" title=\"Wildebeest\"><img id=\"81562\" src=\"http://media.comicvine.com/uploads/0/40/81562-98724-superboy-prime_thumb.jpg\" alt=\"Wildebeest\" /></a><div class=\"item-caption\">Wildebeest</div></div></div></div><ul><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/jade/29-3406/\">Jade</a> - Fried by lightning emanating from an energy rift in space. <i>Rann/Thanagar War: Infinite Crisis Special</i> #1</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/lois-lane/29-1808/\">Lois Lane</a> of Earth-Two - Died of old age. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #5</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/alex-luthor/29-24087/\">Alexander Luthor</a> - Shot by <a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/joker/29-1702/\">Joker</a>. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #7</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/major-disaster/29-6204/\">Major Disaster</a> - Neck snapped by Superboy-Prime. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #7</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/mongrel/29-26209/\">Mongrel</a> - Vaporized by Superboy-Prime. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #7</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/nabu-the-wise/29-3291/\">Nabu</a> - Burnt while battling the <a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/spectre/29-2361/\">Spectre</a>. <i>Day of Vengeance: Infinite Crisis Special</i> #1</li></ul><div class=\"js-item-cage\" rel=\"image\" title=\"image\" id=\"636838\"><div class=\"wiki-img-right\"><div class=\"wiki-img-medium\"><a href=\"http://media.comicvine.com/uploads/0/9241/636838-connerkentdiesqx7_super.jpg\" title=\"Superboy\"><img id=\"636838\" src=\"http://media.comicvine.com/uploads/0/9241/636838-connerkentdiesqx7_medium.jpg\" alt=\"Superboy\" /></a><div class=\"item-caption\">Superboy</div></div></div></div><ul><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/nightblade/29-53130/\">Nightblade</a> - Vaporized by Superboy-Prime. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #7</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/pantha/29-3585/\">Pantha</a> - Head punched off by Superboy-Prime. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #4</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/peacemaker/29-14371/\">Peacemaker</a> (Mitchell Black) - Shot in the back by <a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/prometheus/29-22784/\">Prometheus</a>. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #7</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/psycho-pirate/29-25495/\">Psycho Pirate</a> (Roger Hayden) - Masked shoved through head by <a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/black-adam/29-4916/\">Black Adam</a>. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #6</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/razorsharp/29-11986/\">Razorsharp</a> - Vaporized by Superboy-Prime's heat vision. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #7</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/lady-spellbinder/29-54576/\">Lady Spellbinder</a>. Shot. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #7</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/stallion/29-6868/\">Stallion</a>. Caught in explosion. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #4</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/star-sapphire/29-5698/\">Star Sapphire</a> (Deborah Camille Darnell). Turned into sapphire and shattered by the Spectre. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #6</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/superboy/29-1686/\">Superboy</a> (Conner Kent) - Killed in explosion of Alexander Luthor's arctic tower. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #6</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/superman/29-1807/\">Superman</a> of Earth-Two - Beaten to death by Superboy-Prime. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #7</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/technocrat/29-47144/\">Technocrat</a> - Incinerated when Breach exploded. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #7</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/trigger-twins/65-56904/\">Trigger Twins</a> - Shot. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #7</li><li><a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/wildebeest/29-5297/\">Wildebeest</a> - Punched through the stomach by Superboy-Prime. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #4</li><li>Mick Wong - Split from <a href=\"http://www.comicvine.com/firestorm/29-2353/\">Firestorm</a> in space and suffocated. <i>Infinite Crisis</i> #4</li></ul><h2>Chronology of Infinite Crisis</h2><p><i>Infinite Crisis</i> was DC's most ambitious story arc to date, and as such consisted of seven separate mini-series, several one-shots, and tie-ins from DC's other titles. This leads to much confusion when determining an official reading order, but breaking each arc into smaller parts can alleviate this a bit. The following sequence is a high-level chronology.</p><ul><li><a href=\"/prelude-to-infinite-crisis/49-25989/\"><i>Prelude to Infinite Crisis</i></a> (one-shot) collected several stories from earlier titles that led into the main story.</li><li><a href=\"/countdown-to-infinite-crisis/49-18410/\"><i>Countdown to Infinite Crisis</i></a> (one-shot) told the story of how Blue Beetle investigates the relationships between all the seemingly unrelated activities that are plaguing the world.</li><li>Prelude Mini-Series included <i>The OMAC Project</i>, <a href=\"/day-of-vengeance/49-22747/\"><i>Day of Vengeance</i></a>, <a href=\"/villains-united/49-18403/\"><i>Villains United</i></a> and <a href=\"/rann-thanagar-war/49-20002/\"><i>Rann-Thanagar War</i></a>. Each series was unrelated to the others in the sense that they can be read stand-alone, and only tie in to the main story after each is complete.</li><li><a href=\"/infinite-crisis/49-17983/\"><i>Infinite Crisis</i></a> is the main story.</li><li><a href=\"/infinite-crisis-secret-files/49-21773/\"><i>Infinite Crisis Secret Files</i></a> (one-shot) tells the background story of the main players in the Infinite Crisis mini. This was published between issues 5 and 6 of the main series.</li><li>Four Infinite Crisis specials/one-shots were published, with the same titles as each of the Prelude Minis, in between Infinite Crisis issues 3 thru 7. These tie the prelude stories back into the events of the main series.</li><li>The Aftermath Mini-Series included <a href=\"/infinite-crisis-aftermath-the-battle-for-bludhaven/49-22256/\"><i>Battle for Bludhaven</i></a> and <a href=\"/infinite-crisis-aftermath-the-spectre/49-27522/\"><i>The Spectre</i></a>. These also are independent of each other.</li><li><a href=\"/brave-new-world/49-27487/\"><i>Brave New World</i></a> comes last (see also the <u>Impacts on DC Titles</u> section below).</li></ul><h2>Impacts on DC Titles</h2><p>Infinite Crisis was a wide-ranging arc that impacted much of the DC Universe. As such, many titles either ended, were rebooted, or changed titles. Several new volumes were started as a result of Infinite Crisis as well.</p><h3>Changes to Existing Series</h3><ul><li><a href=\"/superman/49-3816/\"><i>Superman</i></a> (vol. 2, 1987) ended with issue #226 (April 2006).</li><li><a href=\"/adventures-of-superman/49-3778/\"><i>Adventures of Superman</i></a> reverted back to its original title of <a href=\"/superman/49-773/\"><i>Superman</i></a> (vol. 1, 1939) with issue #650 (May 2006), maintaining issue numbering.</li><li><a href=\"/wonder-woman/49-3824/\"><i>Wonder Woman</i></a> (vol. 2, 1987) ended with issue #226 (Apr 2006), and <a href=\"/wonder-woman/49-18208/\">Wonder Woman</a> (vol. 3, 2006) rebooted the character with issue #1 in August 2006.</li><li><a href=\"/hawkman/49-9402/\"><i>Hawkman</i></a> (2002) changed its title to <a href=\"/hawkgirl/49-18988/\"><i>Hawkgirl</i></a> (2006), maintaining issue numbering, starting with issue #50 (May 2006).</li><li><a href=\"/aquaman/49-9517/\"><i>Aquaman</i></a> (2003) changed its title to <a href=\"/aquaman-sword-of-atlantis/49-18503/\"><i>Aquaman: Sword of Atlantis</i></a>, retaining issue numbering, with issue #40 (May 2006)</li><li><a href=\"/jla/49-5957/\"><i>JLA</i></a> (1997) ended with issue #125 (April 2006) and <a href=\"/justice-league-of-america/49-18127/\"><i>Justice League of America</i></a> (vol. 2, 2006) began with issue #1 in September 2006.</li><li><a href=\"/jsa/49-6331/\"><i>JSA</i></a> (1999) ran only 5 more issues after <i>Infinite Crisis</i>, ending shortly after <a href=\"/one-year-later/39-40777/\">One Year Later</a> with issue 87 (September 2006), and was rebooted as <a href=\"/justice-society/49-20000/\"><i>Justice Society of America</i></a> (vol. 3, 2007) with issue #1 in Feb 2007.</li><li><a href=\"/legion-of-super-heroes/49-11059/\"><i>Legion of Super-Heroes</i></a> (2005) changed its title to <i>Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes</i> with issue #16 (May 2006), and eventually reverted back to its original title after running 21 issues with the new name.</li></ul><h3>New Series/Volumes</h3><p>This section lists either brand new volumes, or titles that had ended well before <i>Infinite Crisis</i> and got a new volume as a result.</p><ul><li><a href=\"/blue-beetle/49-18443/\"><i>Blue Beetle</i></a> (2006) started with <a href=\"/blue-beetle/29-4438/\">Jaime Reyes</a> assuming the title role after the death of <a href=\"/ted-kord/29-2054/\">Ted Kord</a> in <a href=\"/countdown-to-infinite-crisis/49-18410/\"><i>Countdown to Infinite Crisis</i>.</a></li><li><a href=\"/shadowpact/49-18693/\"><i>Shadowpact</i></a> began with issue #1 (Jul 2006), starring the team first formed in <i>Day of Vengeance</i>.</li><li>The team formed in <i>Villains United</i>, the new Secret Six got a <a href=\"/secret-six/49-22437/\">six issue mini-series</a> in July 2006, followed by an <a href=\"/secret-six/49-22841/\">ongoing series</a> in 2008.</li><li><a href=\"/checkmate/49-18427/\"><i>Checkmate</i></a> (2006) chronicled the activities of that organization after their top leaders were killed during <i>Infinite Crisis</i>.</li></ul><h3>Brave New World and Related Minis</h3><p>The <i>Brave New World</i> one-shot (August 2006) continued several stories \"in the wake of Infinite Crisis,\" as was listed on its cover. This spawned several additional mini-series and ongoing series, including:</p><ul><li><a><i>OMAC</i></a> (8 issues, September 2006), continuing the story started in <i>The OMAC Project</i>.</li><li><a href=\"/the-all-new-atom/49-18455/\"><i>All New Atom</i></a> (ongoing, September 2006)</li><li><a href=\"/uncle-sam-and-the-freedom-fighters/49-18367/\"><i>Uncle Sam and the Freedom Fighters</i></a> (8 issues, September 2006), which spawned another <a href=\"/uncle-sam-and-the-freedom-fighters/49-19194/\">8 issue mini-series</a> in November 2007, and an <a href=\"/freedom-fighters/49-35273/\">ongoing series</a> in November 2010.</li><li><a><i>Creeper</i></a> (6 issues, October 2006)</li><li><a><i>Martian Manhunter</i></a> (8 issues, Oct 2006).</li><li><a href=\"/the-trials-of-shazam/49-18200/\"><i>Trials of Shazam</i></a> (12 issues, Oct 2006).</li></ul><h2>Related Reading</h2><p>In addition to the series mentioned above, there are several series and story arcs that are not officially part of Infinite Crisis, but are strongly related to the events of Infinite Crisis.</p><h3>Lead-Ins:</h3><ul><li><a href=\"/identity-crisis/39-48398/\">Identity Crisis</a> led to the formation of a new <a href=\"/secret-society-of-super-villains/65-40433/\">Secret Society of Super-Villains</a>, leading to the events of <a href=\"/villains-united/39-47133/\">Villains United</a>.</li><li><a href=\"/adam-strange-planet-heist/49-23830/\">Adam Strange: Planet Heist</a> (2005) chronicles the events that lead into <a href=\"/rann-thanagar-war/49-20002/\">Rann-Thanagar War</a>.</li><li><a href=\"/superman-sacrifice/39-56220/\">Superman: Sacrifice</a> shows how Max Lord was controlling Superman, forcing Wonder Woman to kill him, tearing apart the Justice League.</li><li><a href=\"/dc-special-the-return-of-donna-troy/49-21375/\">Return of Donna Troy</a> also leads into Infinite Crisis.</li></ul><h3>Aftermath:</h3><ul><li><a href=\"/one-year-later/39-40777/\">One Year Later</a> shows what 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