The heroes of Earth 2 take matters into their own hands when Telos turns the multiverse into a giant battle arena in Convergence #2.
After watching Stan Lee’s Just Imagine universe get slaughtered by the heroes of the cyborg universe, Val-Zod (Earth 2’s Superman) breaks free of Telos’ restraints and smashes him in the face. Telos fights back, naturally, but Alan Scott (Earth 2’s Green Lantern) taps directly into the planet and uses its power to defeat Telos. The heroes regroup before Telos strikes again, but it takes a pummeling by Val-Zod to send the embodiment of the planet back into the dirt.
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What does it say about Stephanie Brown and Cassandra Cain — that they’re the stars of the Convergence: Batgirl series?
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Convergence #1 is a much more coherent issue that finally gets to the gist of what’s happening with the DC multiverse.
With Brainiac missing, his second-in-command, Telos, takes matters into his own hands by bringing the heroes and villains of the multiple Earths into one giant arena to determine who will survive and who will be lost to the ages.
It’s a bit like Secret Wars except on a more massive scale. Instead of Superman battling his friends and foes, Convergence will feature various and familiar versions of the character from Kingdom Come, Injustice, Flashpoint, etc. Each “city,” or universe, will live or die on the backs of its heroes, and non-compliance will lead to disqualification or a total wipe of the entire multiverse.
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Breaking the multiverse isn’t a rarity when it comes to DC.
Time and time again, the publisher has gone through great lengths to clean house by eliminating universes or wiping the slate clean by creating a newer concise one. In 2011, DC put the multiverse through the ringer with Flashpoint, and when all was said and done, Superman was wearing jeans and a t-shirt, the Justice League was set in the past, and Wonder Woman was no longer made of clay. The New52 didn’t touch Batman or Green Lantern, but the new universe was a jumping-on point for new readers ready and willing to get onboard for the “beginning.”
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