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Contains:

The Batman
Batman: The Animated Series
Batman: The New Batman Adventures
Batman Beyond
Batman: The Brave and The Bold
Beware the Batman
Green Lantern: The Animated Series (2 versions)
Justice League
Justice League Unlimited
Static Shock
Superman: The Animated Series
Teen Titans
Young Justice (2 versions)

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The prologue of the first issue takes place during the atomic bombing of Nagasaki; the "Fat Man" bomb is revealed to have been a superhuman employed by the U.S. Military.

Superman stops 7 satellites from colliding into the earth, letting an 8th object hit an abandoned military base. Superman initially suspects Lex Luthor. When Clark Kent writes up an article about the event, Lois Lane informs him that all 8 satellites, not just 7, were stopped. Superman investigates the impact site of the 8th satellite, and notices that a superhuman had apparently redirected it. After a submarine had fired torpedoes at Superman, General Lane is revealed to be working in a secret military installation, housing a superhuman who had been in the employ of the United States for nearly 75 years.[12]

In the second issue, Superman is in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, to combat a rogue construction machine that has been tampered with by the cyber-terrorist group Ascension. In order to stop the Burj Khalifa from falling, Superman creates a whirlwind of water and freezes it beneath the skyscraper before it can collapse. Superman then goes to the Batcave where Bruce Wayne is testing a new suit that can manipulate the environment in order to render him undetectable by Kal-El. After studying a piece of the 8th satellite, Batman has determined that another being with slightly more power than Superman was responsible for stopping its impact. Clark Kent calls Lois Lane and inquires about her father's whereabouts. Lois mentions that his mail has been coming from Utah. Once in Utah, Superman confronts General Lane, who has been anticipating his arrival. Superman demands to know more about the superhuman, who is called Wraith. General Lane's men open fire on him as Wraith bursts from the ground, stating that he's been waiting a long time to deal with Superman. While Superman was en route to Utah, Lois's plane is taken over by Ascension and forced to land. At the MAW, a high-security prison off the coast of Metropolis, Lex Luthor constructs a mech-suit out of various pieces of a model city and escapes.[13]

In the third issue, Superman fights with Wraith as he is overpowered by his strength. Wraith ends the fight by wanting to tell Superman who he is while Lois' plane crashes into the ocean. General Lane and Wraith show Superman "the Machine", a research facility dedicated to understanding and implementing the equation technology Wraith had brought them over the past years. General Lane sends Superman and Wraith to stop an Ascension attack in Tokyo as Wraith is excited to finally work alongside Superman while Lois's plane is recovered by a mysterious person using a crystal. Superman and Wraith arrive at the attack, but not before Wraith tells Superman that soon he will have to kill him. Lex Luthor captures Jimmy Olsen telling him that since he's Superman's friend why not be his.

In the fourth issue, Lex Luthor tells the kidnapped Jimmy Olsen that he knows how Superman will die. Superman and Wraith continue fighting the Ascension robots. Superman is hit during the fight and starts to bleed, Wraith tells him that the robots were designed by the Russians for one purpose, to kill Superman. Lois Lane helps the man with the crystal to safety. The man gives Lois the crystal and tells her Superman wont be alive much longer. Wraith and Superman encounter an Ascension video telling Superman that he will die here where the great lie began. Superman and Wraith continue to fight as they come up with a plan to stop the robot. Perry White calls Clark saying that Jimmy is missing and Lois's plane had crashed. Lois and the mystery man run away from Ascension guards but as the man dies saving Lois from a car crash, he gives her the crystal but she is captured by Ascension. Lex tells Jimmy that Superman's death will be done by Jimmy Olsen himself. Lois wakes up in a room where an Ascension hologram tells Lois that they have the same father, General Lane.


This is the cover of the final issue of Superman Unchained #9 (Final Issue), you can find that here:
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The original artist is Jim Lee and the source image I used is here:
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Unlike Superman, the Earth-Three Ultraman gets stronger every time he is exposed to kryptonite, originally developing a completely new superpower with each new exposure. In one such encounter, Ultraman acquired the ability to see through dimensional barriers, thus alerting the Crime Syndicate to the existence of alternate Earths in their first appearance. This allowed the Syndicate to attack the Justice League and Justice Society. Ultraman also differed from Superman in that his version of the planet Krypton had not exploded. Where the Earth-Three dimension kryptonite originated was never specifically listed in any published book. However, it is implied to be the same as ordinary kryptonite, as Ultraman got powers when exposed to Kryptonite from pre-Crisis Earth-One and Earth-Two, gaining heat vision from Barry Allen throwing some at him. Being exposed to a large chunk of it paralyzed him, as he acquired so many new superpowers that his body couldn't decide which one to use and he was therefore frozen in place. He does not appear to have been affected after this, so perhaps he can reject powers, or they wear off.

In the early 1980s, Ultraman teamed up with Lex Luthor of Earth-One, and Alexei Luthor of Earth-Two, in an unsuccessful attempt to eliminate the Supermen of both Earth-One and -Two (the Supermen were, in turn, assisted by the heroic Alexander Luthor of Earth-Three).[3] Later, Ultraman joined the rest of the Crime Syndicate in a teamup with a time-traveling villain named Per Degaton who had found their prison and released them. Degaton used them in his attempt to conquer Earth-Two, by stealing nuclear missiles from the Cuban Missile Crisis of Earth Prime, though they planned to betray him. However, this proved unsuccessful as well, and he hurled them into the Future of Earth-1, having made sure this would happen if they touched him, and the events were wiped from the timeline afterwards. The original Ultraman was eliminated in the 1985 12-issue limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths. Distraught at the fact that his superpowers were useless at the one time he actually needed them, he flew straight into the anti-matter cloud that was destroying Earth-Three, telling the Power Ring, "I do what I have done all my life. Fight... to the very end!".

After his death, the Pre-Crisis Ultraman showed up in the pages of Animal Man. There he learned that he was seemingly a comic book character himself, who existed only for the entertainment of others.[4] He also fought Overman, another pre-Crisis alternate universe version of Superman who had been infected by a sexually transmitted disease, became insane and killed, seemingly for the sake of killing. This Ultraman later faded into the mask of the Psycho-Pirate, who, for a time, was the only one who remembered the Pre-Crisis multiverse.

In One Year Later there are hints that a man controlling Kandor, under the name Kal-El, could be Ultraman. He has been using the help of a group of followers called the "Praisesingers" and the guidance of the "Holy Mother". Supergirl and Power Girl fight his efforts, causing his cult-like following to falter. This leader also slays several of his own people to keep political information quiet. It has now been revealed that this Kal-El is indeed Ultraman, who was saved from the Crisis and brainwashed by Saturn Queen, his "mother", one of the masterminds behind the "Absolute Power" arc in Superman/Batman. This version appears to be a much weaker version, as he receives a vicious beating from Supergirl not once, but twice.

An additional incarnation of the Pre-Crisis Earth-Three Ultraman has made appearances most recently in Infinite Crisis where Alexander Luthor, Jr. wanted to create so-called "perfect beings" out of his models of long-dead father Alexander Luthor, Sr., the lone super-hero of Earth-Three, Superman (both of Earth-One and Earth-Two), Wonder Woman (of Earth-One and Two) and the Earth-Three Ultraman and Superwoman.

Original Art is Comic Book art from the Forever Evil issues:
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Another set of glossy DC icons. These are the emblems of all 8 Lanterns as featured in the "Blackest Night" story arc: Green, Red, Yellow, Violet, Blue, Indigo, Orange, and Black.

Included: Windows .ico; Macintosh icons; 24-bit Pngs
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Here's a commission I did at Comicpalooza over the weekend. For a warm-up I colored it today.
Thank you, everyone for coming by and saying howdy!

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This was requested by :iconsketch252:
without the flair also without smoothing the edges of the S-Shield



Superman and the Superman Logo™© DC Comics®

Superman created by: Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster
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This is from the comic Joker. It is my favorite version of Riddler.

I do not own these characters, comic or anything. This is simply something I turned into a wallpaper for my computer.
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