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The epic voyage beyond reality concludes in this heart-stopping finale as the multiverse-spanning quest for the elixir of the supergods reaches its end on the shores of a battlefield beyond imagination! But first, the Supermen of five worlds must lay bare the darkest secret of the multiverse, expose the shocking origin of the Monitors and come face to face with a seemingly unstoppable evil fueled by the power of 52 living universes!

As the sun sets on existence itself, Mandrakk, the dark Monitor, is awakening! Can Superman prevail against the ultimate enemy of life and find his way home before utter darkness falls across the cosmos? With a startling 3-D section and 3-D glasses, twists and turns that have to be seen to be believed and cosmic action on a mind-shattering scale, SUPERMAN BEYOND ties directly to FINAL CRISIS and cannot be missed!

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I am in a minority because most people have no clue what Grant Morrison is up to in books like this. I loved it, cheesy 3D glasses an all.  One of the reasons I loved this comic is because I have basic understanding of Grant Morrison's tripped out stories like this.  I will warn you, if you haven't read Grant Morrison's Invisibles and understood it, then this story is not for you.  This issue is one of those comics where Grant Morrison is really pushing the comic narrative, the 3D glasses...

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