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Written by Keith Giffen; Art by Lee Garbett and Trevor Scott; Cover by Mike McKone; Variant Cover by Lee Garbett

The Midnighter and Grifter. Zealot and Deathblow. Superman and Wonder Woman. Superman and Wonder Woman?

In this landmark miniseries by writer Keith Giffen (52), Lee Garbett and Trevor Scott (MIDNIGHTER), the Earth is being torn apart. So when DC Universe heroes begin appearing in the WildStorm Universe, it seems at first they might be the answer to all the problems. Until it becomes clear that they might just be the reason for all the problems. And the Justice League of America doesn't know how they got here...or how to get back!

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First of all my review it's a bout the graphic novel. The story begins with floods in Maryland and the team of Enginer is watching it aboard a spaceship, maybe it's cruising in the edege of present and future. Then we see the Teen Titans tower in the middle of Rikers Island being attacked by Majestic and other characters. This jumps from one side to another one are normal in the issue, sometimes they're Siberia, New York City or the Aegean Sea, where vampires attack the Amazons. In all these pla...

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