Earth-47 is a stone groove, man. In this happening psychedelic scene, the flower power of the 1960s lives on forever. And even though eternally youthful Prez Rickard oversees a nation dedicated to turning on, tuning in and dropping out, there is still occasionally the need for super heroic feats of strength, endurance and detection.
Enter the Love Syndicate of Dreamworld, some far out cats led into battle by the afro-sporting Sunshine Superman. Their ranks also include the Dark Knight avenger known as Shooting Star, the green-tinted Magic Lantern and the wily Speed Freak. Plus, they are sometimes assisted by a tailor’s mannequin brought to life after being struck by lightning, known as Brother Power, the Geek. Yeah, we know it all sounds a bit far out, but maybe this thought will help—if you can remember Earth-47, you probably were never there.
Sunshine Superman, Shooting Star, Magic Lantern, Speed Freak, Brother Power, the Geek
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“The Last Testament of the First Lantern”! Before the Green Lantern Corps, the Guardians of the Universe embedded a power battery inside a man, imbuing him with unimaginable power.
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The guidebook to the greatest adventure in DC’s history is here!
THE MULTIVERSITY #2
Every event in the history of the DC Universe has been leading to this! The final chapter of the greatest adventure of all time is here!
This is it! The entire DC Universe, from the dawn of time through The New 52, must fight to survive against a threat that bends the Multiverse to its will.
THE MULTIVERSITY: ULTRA COMICS #1
The penultimate chapter of the greatest adventure in DC’s history is here!
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