The devious demon Aku has called together a League of Extraordinary Villainscomposed of malevolent miscreants from different cartoon universes. When their evil robots show up in the world's of The Powerpuff Girls, Ben 10, Samurai Jack, Dexter's Laboratory and (even) Ed, Edd and Eddy, it's up to all these fearless heroes to band together and put an end to the League's nefarious plot of interdimensional conquest!
Collects New Mutants #86-94. With the arrival of Cable--a mysterious metal-armed [Author]; big-gunned [Author]; glowing-eyed man from the future--things will never be the same...not for the New Mutants [Author]; and not for any mutants! Featuring the threats of Stryfe [Author]; the Skrulls and Sabretooth! Guest-starring Sunfire and Wolverine!
The crossover event of the summer hits Foster's when a dimension-hopping robot sets out to challenge Bloo, Eduardo, and a host of other familiar Friends! Will they pass the test? Or does the fate of Foster's rest in the hands of the house's newest resident? Plus, a two-page epilogue by Louise Simonson and Derek Charm, delving into the formation of the LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY VILLAINS!!
The devious demon Aku has called together a League of Extraordinary Villains-- composed of malevolent miscreants from different cartoon universes. When their evil robots show up in the worlds of The Powerpuff Girls, Ben 10, Samurai Jack, Dexter's Laboratory, and (even) Ed, Edd and Eddy, it's up to all of these fearless heroes to band together and put an end to the League's nefarious plot of inter-dimensional conquest!
Collects Star Wars: Vader's Quest (1999) #1-4, Star Wars: River of Chaos (1995) #1-4, Star Wars: Splinter of the Mind's Eye (1995) #1-4, Star Wars: Shadow Stalker (1997) #1, Star Wars: Tales from Mos Eisley (1996) #1. Following the destruction of the first Death Star, Luke Skywalker is the new, unexpected hero of the Rebellion. But the galaxy hasn't been saved yet - Luke and Princess Leia are finding there are many more battles to be fought against Darth Vader and the Empire! Read the early tales of the Rebellion. First, we have Shadow Stalker, Tales from Mos Eisley, and River of Chaos. Then, Splinter of the Mind's Eye, a story created by George Lucas and Alan Dean Foster before there were plans for any films past Star Wars: A New Hope. And last is Vader's Quest, in which Vader learns the secret kept from him by Yoda and Obi-Wan: that he has a son!
Reign of the Supermen, continued from ACTION COMICS (1938-2011) #689. The Man of Steel takes on the crime lord White Rabbit after confronting the Last Son of Krypton. Also, Green Lantern's Coast City is threatened, as the menace of Mongul looms near. Continued in SUPERMAN (1987-2006) #80.
Mojo-Jojo and Ed, Edd & Eddy--captured! Samurai Jack, Ben 10, the Powerpuff Girls, and Derek-- overwhelmed by Aku, Vilgax and their Doppleganger army. The DeathStare-- poised to destroy a world. The heroes are in trouble-- so why would Aku and Vilgax attack each other? And, more important, who will win?
With the fate of worlds depending on them, destroying robots--even the powerful Doppelgangers--isn't cutting it! Now Samurai Jack, Ben 10, the Powerpuff Girls, and Dexter battle Aku and his League of Extraordinary Villains! The wild cards in this conflict? The unlikely team-up of Mojo Jojo and Ed, Edd, n' Eddy!
Cow's strange new robotic visitor from parts unknown has Chicken feeling overlooked and ignored. Our foul-tempered fowl is looking for options and the Red Guy is more than happy to oblige...
Aku and his League of Extraordinary Villains have trapped Samurai Jack, Ben 10, Dexter, the Powerpuff Girls, and Ed, Edd, and Eddy like bugs in a jar. (Okay, the Eds were a mistake!) Of course they'll escape! Of course, there'll be mayhem! Sheesh! What did Aku think would happen?
The League of Extraordinary Villains have created a robot army of the captive heroes, Samurai Jack, Ben 10, Dexter and the Powerpuff Girls, with plans to conquer the Universe. Why would they do such a crazy thing? Why are there no Ed, Edd, and Eddy robots? And how can our heroes stop them?
A malfunctioning robot crash-lands in Billy and Mandy's school! Billy wants to keep it, Mandy wants it out, and Grim is just confused. As the robot starts causing havoc, it's up to our heroes (and Billy) to put an end to the mayhem!
Funeral for a Friend part 3, continued from ACTION COMICS (1938-2011) #685. The actual funeral for the defeated Man of Steel draws crowds of DC's most famous heroes to his side. In Smallville, Ma and Pa Kent--unable to claim their son's body--hold a symbolic funeral for Clark. Continued in SUPERMAN (1987-2006) #76.
Pantha is put in charge of watching over the extremely strong baby Wildebeest, a task easier said than done.
SUPERMAN IS DEAD. But now, four mysterious beings appear--all with the powers and abilities of the Man of Steel! One claims he is a clone from the DNA of Superman. Another--half-man and half-machine--says he is Superman with a cyborg body. Still another, a cold redeemer of justice, states that he alone has the right to wear the "S" shield. And, finally, an armored figure who says he fights with the heart and soul of Superman. Who is the true Superman? DAN JURGENS (SUPERMAN: LOIS & CLARK), JERRY ORDWAY (ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN), LOUISE SIMONSON (SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF STEEL) and others introduce four new Supermen to the DC Universe. The third of four volumes chronicling the epic saga of the Death and Return of Superman, collecting ACTION COMICS #687-688, ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #500-502, SUPERMAN #78-79, SUPERMAN ANNUAL #5, SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF STEEL #22-23 and SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF STEEL ANNUAL #2!
There's trouble a brewin' in Aron City; and no sir, it ain't the kind that rhymes with pool! A robot from another dimension has appeared, intent on finding and challenging a hero - any hero - for its evil masters. Instead, the robot finds Johnny Bravo, and proof... that even a robot can be driven mad by exposure to Johnny's obliviousness. Don't miss this tie-in to the event of the summer -- so cool, you're gonna have to wear shades. Hyah! Plus, a two-page epilogue by Louise Simonson and Derek Charm, delving into the formation of the LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY VILLAINS!!
Brainiac returns to invade Earth with his ultimate weapon, Warworld, a planet-sized satellite built for destruction. With the help of super-powered friends like Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern and many more, Superman must lead the attack on Brainiac and protect Earth! Collects ACTION COMICS #474-475, SUPERMAN: MAN OF STEEL #9-10, ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #488-489, SUPERMAN #66.
Superman has always been a thorn in Lex Luthor's side, and now Luthor wants the super hero out of the picture . . . once and for all! The evil super-genius busts the Parasite out of jail, and the two team up to make a wicked duo. When Luthor traps the Man of Steel and the Parasite drains his powers, it looks like the super-villains may have finally won. Will Superman's friends Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen be able free him, or is this the last of the world's greatest super hero?
DAILY PLANET reporter LOIS LANE discovers that the evil LEX LUTHER has created his own super hero BIZARRO SUPERMAN! The confused creature captures LOIS and sets out on a path of destruction. The real MAN OF STEEL must stop the monster, before it destroys METROPOLIS in a warped pursuit of truth, justice, and the American way.
'The Trail of Superman' part 1! His powers drained by the Parasite, Superman is forced to stand trial for the destruction of Krypton before an intergalactic tribunal. Plus, an alternate timeline from ZERO HOUR seems to be coming true as Alpha Centurion steps in to replace Superman on Earth. Continued in SUPERMAN (1987-2006) #106.
In Russia Red Star continues his search for Cyborg. Meanwhile back in New York, Nightwing is attacked by techno-terrorists.