Final crisis: Revelations
As a massive cosmic battle between good and evil rages across the DC Universe, a war of faith tests the might of the Spectre and the souls of humanity!Darkseid, the malevolent New God has waged a brainwashing war against mankind, leaving the Spectre - God's embodiment of vengeance - to face off against the mad god's followers. Worshipping a religion based on crime, these disciples plan on subduing humanity and extinguishing its free will. It's up to the Spectre, the Question and Batwoman to take down these minions before all hope is lost! Featuring stunning art from DC newcomer Philip Tan (Spawn).
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|Grouping Title||final crisis revelations|
|Grouping Author||rucka greg|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-10-03 04:44:18AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-11-14 04:44:59AM|
|detailed_location_arlington||Central Graphic Novels|
|display_description||Crispus Allen was once a Gotham City detective, working day and night for justice. Now he deals out justice of a different, deadlier kind. He is the Spectre, the Wrath of God, and his power over evil is absolute. Until now. A new god - Darkseid - has arisen on Earth, and against his limitless evil, even the almighty Spectre is powerless. Now an ancient cult whose only religion is crime seeks to cement his rule by raising Cain, humankind's first murderer. And the prophecies say that the Spectre will fall at his hand. Only one woman stand in the way: Renee Montoya - Cripsus Allen's former partner, now the faceless hero known as the Question. But with the forces of evil stronger than ever, can these two former friends withstand the terrible revelations about to unfold?|
|owning_library_arlington||Arlington Public Library|
Connection Crystal City
|title_display||Final crisis. : Revelations|
|title_full||Final crisis. Revelations / Greg Rucka, writer ; Philip Tan, penciller ; Jonathan Glapion, Jeff de los Santos, Walden Wong, inkers ; Ian Hannin, Nei Rufino, colorists ; John J. Hill, letterer|