Tag Archives: Anti-Monitor

Crisis on Infinite Earths #5 Review

By | June 24, 2015

In the last issue, it looked like all was lost. The Monitor was killed, worlds exploded into dust, and one of the worst villains in DC history (to read) was still alive, the Psycho-Pirate. In this issue, things get complicated like really, really complicated. Turns out that the Monitor’s essence lived on after he was… Read More »

Crisis #4

By | June 13, 2015

As I’ve been re-reading Crisis on Infinite Earths, I have come to appreciate how rich the DC Universe was of characters and worlds. Now, not every character and world was appealing (such as Lord Volt and his Earth) and therefore their ends are not morned. Regardless, the amount of characters that die and worlds that end is… Read More »

Crisis #3

By | June 13, 2015

So far, this has been one of the slower issues of the series, mainly because, it takes place on Earths that I’ve never been that interested in – 1944 Sgt. Rock’s Earth, 1879 Jonah Hex’s Earth, and 13th Century Legion of Superhero’s Earth. Me being impartial to the aforementioned characters and worlds aside, I have… Read More »

Crisis on Infinite Earths Issue #1

By | June 2, 2015

It’s been years since I read Crisis on Infinite Earths (hereafter Crisis) so I thought I’d revisit it after the way Convergence ended. Crisis is credited as the first mini-series event that resulted in a line wide change to a publisher, in this case, DC comics. Since Crisis, DC and other publishers have tried to… Read More »