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Appearing in Superman/Batman: "The World's Finest, Part 1"

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Synopsis for Superman/Batman: "The World's Finest, Part 1"

This story is reprinted from Superman/Batman #1.

The never ending battle begins in Metropolis with Metallo attacking Star Labs for reasons unknown. After blasting Superman with a dose of Kryptonite from his heart, Metallo flees informing Superman that nothing will stop him from "putting an end to it".

The scene switches to Gotham City Cemetery where Batman investigates multiple graves that have been desecrated. Superman interrupts and tells Batman that he's looking for John Corben whose metal body is breaking down. He's in Gotham City looking for the remains of his human body. Superman tries to tell him more about Corben's past when he and Batman are attacked by Metallo, who is carrying his coffin.

During the fight, Metallo shoots Superman with a bullet made from Kryptonite. Superman falls into one of the open graves while Batman uses an explosive to blown Metallo apart. While Metallo slowly re-configures, Batman tries to extract the bullet from Superman's chest but can't before Metallo buries them alive.

Meanwhile at the Pentagon in Washington D.C., President Lex Luthor is being briefed by Captain Atom on a gigantic asteroid the size of Brazil composed of Kryptonite that is headed for Earth. Fearing radiation poisoning from the asteroid, Atom recommends informing Superman to which Luthor declines, insisting that the government will handle it. "Given the countless times Superman has saved us all, isn't it time we return the favor?", Luthor states to Captain Atom, Major Force and a number of mysterious figures obscured in shadow.

Appearing in Green Lantern: "Airborne"

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Synopsis for Green Lantern: "Airborne"

This story is reprinted from Green Lantern (Volume 4) #1.

Several years ago, Green Lantern Abin Sur crash-landed on Earth. He summoned former test pilot Hal Jordan to become his successor.

Today, Hal asks his friend Shane Sellers for help in regaining his test pilot job. John Stewart calls Hal for help in investigating an abandoned spacecraft in Earth orbit. They discover the craft is empty and determine it was designed for a one-way trip.

Hal returns to his home in the newly rebuilt Coast City, where few are willing to live since its destruction by Hank Henshaw and Mongul. Hal reunites with his brother Jim and tries to convince him to return to Coast City. Suddenly, a damaged aircraft flies by Hal's apartment. He rushes off to help it land, and makes two discoveries: The pilot of the plane is a beautiful blonde named Jillian "Cowgirl" Pearlman, and the engine of the plane is clearly of extraterrestrial origin.

Meanwhile, two Air Force officers are transporting a mysterious cargo by truck. After they stop at a roadside diner, a robotic humanoid appears at the diner and kills a couple, saying it is looking for its "predecessor." A voice from inside the truck's cargo, en route to Edwards, says "No..man...escapes..."

Appearing in The Terrifics: "Meet the Terrifics, Part 1"

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This story is reprinted from The Terrifics #1.

A beacon from one of Mr. Terrific's T-Spheres alerts him to Simon Stagg's plans to open a portal to the Dark Multiverse. When he arrives at Stagg's campus, he is greeted by Java and Sapphire but he arrives too late, as Stagg opens the portal with Metamorpho hung between worlds, transmuted into Nth Metal. Mr. Terrific brings his backup—Plastic Man, whose unique chemical composition makes him immune to the Dark Multiverse's energies. Terrific convinces Stagg to close the portal but not before all three heroes are thrust into outer space and Plastic Man swallows the other two to shield them.

They land on what appears to be a lifeless planet but discover that it is actually a mammoth dead body covered in a swarm of large crab-like creatures who attack them. After they repel the aliens, they are met by Phantom Girl who has been stuck in her intangible form for an indefinite period of time. Terrific tells her that they landed on the corpse because of a distress signal that she sent. When she informs him that she sent no signal, he investigates and finds a computer sending out the beacon inside the dead being's gut. Once he presses a button on the control panel, a hologram of Tom Strong appears telling them that they need to save the universe.

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  • This book was first published on June 30, 2018.
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