Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths Part Three (2024)

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Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths Part Three (2024)

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[dramatic music playing]


It's working. Keep it up!

[lasers trilling]

It's growing a shell!

Worse. Armor.

It's adapting again.

[Kara screaming in effort]


[fire crackling]

[Kara, voice trembling] No.

[gasps] What have I done?

[Monitor groans]



[energy warbling]

[energy whirring]


[dramatic music playing]


[Anti-Monitor] Now...


[energy warbling]

[warbling stops]


Not yet, Shayera.

But she's here somewhere.

I'm still registering

no life signs, but ours.

We've been at this for weeks.

-I'm not giving up.

-[Hawkgirl] Neither am I.

I'm just saying that

sifting through

5.9 sextillion metric tons

of shattered planet is...

-[radar trilling]


I've got her!

On my way.


Hawkgirl to Satellite,

I found her!

Over here.


-[Lois] Is she...

If she is, I've wasted

a lot of time out here.

She's not dead. She can't be.

I don't think it's possible.

Clark, your heat vision.


[Wonder Woman gasps]

I can't believe it.

We've been searching for you

for eight months.

Diana, thank God

you're all right!

Thank the gods?

For this "gift"?

A billion people

have died all around me.

No one should have

to endure this.

-[Diana sobs]

-Diana, I'm sorry.

[Diana crying]

What happened? Where are we?

Buckle in. It's a long story.

[Earth-2 Superman] Diana,

welcome to The Bleed.

It's an unstable dimension

that exists

outside the Multiverse.

Truly, neither here nor there.

The Fields of Asphodel.

Yeah, it's kind of a limbo.

It's a lifeboat. One that's

sprung a lot of leaks.

Here. We found

this the second week.

Not a scratch on it.

It gave us hope.

And hope, well,

that's something

we desperately need these days.


I don't understand.

What's happened here?

[Superman] The Bleed doesn't

obey the rules of physics,

which allows it to exist

extra dimensionally,

and thankfully, hidden

from the Anti-Monitor.

The thing

that's trying to k*ll us.

-[people speaking indistinctly]

-Unfortunately, it also throws

a ton of other laws

out the window as well.

It's not exactly stable.

Space and time collide here.

Each Earth's past and present

are constantly in flux.

[Superman] There aren't really

enough resources to go around.

Many Earths

are totally inaccessible.

Natural disasters are so common

it's big news when

one's not happening.

This seems unsustainable.

What do we do next?

That is the question.

Good to have you back,

Wonder Woman.

Welcome home, Diana.

[man over intercom] Aquaman?

Aquaman can you hear us?

You'll have to excuse me.

[man] We're being overrun!

We're providing water

to every Earth that needs it.

-[man] We don't have enough...

-You'll have to ration.

Our world can only give so much

before ecological disaster.

Look, there may come a time

when we can once again

be able to supply you

with what you need.

But it is not this time.

[man] How are we supposed

to hold out? Millions will die.

I understand

the issues at stake.

Please be considerate.

There are many people that

need this just as much as you.

[Mr. Terrific] We missed you,


You were right, Michael.

Again. This netherverse

of The Bleed saved us.

I suppose it's

a perfect example

of be careful

what you wish for.

You said this would take

incalculable power.

-How did you...?

-I didn't.

The Monitor had billions

of years' worth of cosmic

energy stored inside his cells.

-When he died, he released that

energy to the Towers and he...

-[Wonder Woman] Died?

How? I thought he was like me.

[Doctor Light] Immortal?

Well, turns out

"Can't die" isn't quite

the same as

"Can't get totally obliterated

by Supergirl."

Dr. Hoshi!

Whoops. So who knew

she was here?

She hardly says a thing.

[suspenseful music playing]

[indistinct chattering]

-[Superman] Ah, Miss Lane.

-Come on, Clark.

At this point, everybody knows.

Welcome back, Diana.

It's good to see you, Dinah.

You're every bit

the Black Canary

your mother was.

You're Dinah Drake's daughter?

-Oliver Queen.

-[chuckles] I know.

[growling in distance]

A good story. That's why

I followed these guys.

It could be literally anything.


[dinosaurs roaring]

[people screaming]

"Dinosaurs Stampede

In Downtown Metropolis."

This is Perry White's

ultimate dream headline.

[man screaming]

I'll take care

of the Pterodactyls.

-Will you be all right?

-Pretty sure they're

Pteranodons. I'll be fine.

-[dinosaurs roaring]

-[people screaming]

[man yells]

[screams and thuds]

-[man screams]

-[dinosaur roars]

-[man screams]

-[Black Canary grunts]

[dinosaur roars]

[electrical buzzing]

[dinosaur grunts, thuds]


I'm not totally sure

we should even save

these uptown fat cats.

They've kind of

got this coming to them.

Is "fat cats"

an Earth-1 expression?

And aren't you a millionaire?

Oh, no. I'm a billionaire.


[dinosaur snarling]

[Black Canary screaming

in high pitched tone]

Wow. Not bad.

-Slow down, big fella. Let's...

-[Pterodactyl screeching]

[Superman groaning]

-[Pterodactyls screeching]

-[people screaming]

[dinosaur roaring]

[Wonder Woman grunts]

Run! Quickly!

[dinosaur roaring]

[Wonder Woman groans]

[woman screaming]

[dinosaur roars]

[woman screaming]


[dinosaur growling]

-[dinosaur roars]

-[metal clanking]

Here's a noseful of

Metropolis, just for you!

Lois, no, I've got this!

Really? 'Cause it sort of looks

like... [gasps]


Oh! You do got this.

You knew you could

talk to that thing?

Well, I hoped.

[dinosaur screeching

and roaring]

[people screaming]

[Pterodactyls screeching]

-[Superman grunting]

-[Earth-2 Superman]

Hang on, Superman!

[laser whooshing]

[people yelling]

-[dinosaur roars]

-[Wonder Woman grunts]

[metallic thudding]

[Wonder Woman] Whoa! [grunts]

-Whoa, girl! Easy now.

-[Dinosaur growling quietly]


[dinosaur growling softly]

[people screaming]

[both screaming]

[electrical buzzing]

[dinosaur thuds, screeches]

Well, that's the last of them.

Uh, hey, how about

we go for coffee?

Don't pat yourself on the back

too hard, Robin Hood.

I don't think

it's quite over yet.

[high-pitched scream]

Great Scott!

This is what I get

for asking for action.

Wait! Listen.

[distant aircraft

propellers whirring]



[engine revs]

[machine g*n sh**ting]


[tires screeching]

You best watch

where you're standing, ma'am.

A road's a dangerous place.

Yeah. The dinosaurs

are kind of a hazard.

I'm actually more interested

in your story.

I'm Lois Lane from The Planet.

Not much of a story, Miss Lane.

We're just a motley collection

of grunts lost in time,

trying to keep that pack

of ugly lizards

from hurting anyone.

I've covered a lot of

strange stories over

the last eight months--

[machine g*n sh**ting]

Sorry. That's our cue.

-[tires screeching]

-[Lois] Wait, Who are you?


Nobody important, ma'am.

We're just a bunch of losers.

[engine revving]

[machine g*n sh**ting]

-[dinosaurs roaring]

-[tires screeching]

[Joker cackles]

My favorite dinosaur

was the one

with the huge vocabulary.

[Two-Face] Which one?

The Thesaurus.

[laughing maniacally]

[Lex laughs,

inhales sharply] Nice.

It's funny

because you walk right into it.

How many deaths?

None. Can you believe it?

A total filler episode. Ugh!

[Ivy] Le--

Supreme Leader...

[clears throat]

We have our own

chronal anomaly.

Mount Vesuvius

just phased into Central City.

And it's erupting.

Well, what do you

expect me to do about it?

Ooh! I'll make popcorn!


If those civilians

are too stupid to flee

in the face of that,

they don't deserve to live.

That's Darwinism

in its purest form.

I don't expect you

to do anything.

But you should know

the frequency

of these anomalies

is increasing geometrically.

I think you mean exponentially.

We have to face the fact

that we can't continue

in this freakish

Bleed indefinitely.

It's a death sentence

for all life on every Earth.

Oh, the poor plants.

Just thinking about all

that withering wisteria

makes you green in the face,

don't it, Ivy?

[pretending to choke]

Come now, let's not bicker

and argue in the face

of universal annihilation.

It should surprise

none of you that I have

an ace up my sleeve.

It's a card that,

if played correctly,

could save us all.

Oh, do you mean us all?

Or us all?

Do you really care?


Open it.

Zap him.

-[electrical buzzing]

-[prisoner cries in agony]

Once more.

Better safe than sorry, right?

-[electrical buzzing]

-[prisoner cries in agony]

No shenanigans.

I like to think

you'd know better by now.

[prisoner moans and whimpers]

Atta boy.

Now you've been enjoying

our hospitality for some time.

One square meal a day,

nice cot, firm mattress.

-[prisoner whimpers]

-Constant companionship.

You're probably wondering

what you can do to repay me.

Well, you have a friend

I'd like to talk to.

I need you to call him for me.

[Psycho Pirate whimpers]

It's a long-distance call.

[Psycho Pirate whimpers]

Commissioner Montoya

just assumed

they were coming here.

She might have been wrong.

She's not.

The Gotham City Armory is their

surest bet to get

the modern weaponry they need.

Maybe they made another stop

on the way here.

You think they made

a coffee run?

The time anomaly appeared

on the south end

of Robinson Park.

Where would they stop? Think!

[Robin] Police headquarters.

They could raid the lock-up,

evidence lockers.

If they did, they'd get

their hands on every

confiscated w*apon of--



Here they come.

Great. An army

of vicious n*zi K*llers

armed with the Rogue's

deadliest weapons.

[soldier gasps and grunts]

[electrical buzzing]

[soldier grunts]

-[both grunting]


[soldier grunts]

[Huntress] Argh!

What even is this?

[soldier grunts]

[Robin grunts]

[both grunting]


[thudding, grunting]

-[electrical buzzing]

-[soldier crying of agony]


-[Robin grunts]

-[all grunting]

Don't freak out, Bats.

They're still alive.

More or less.

[people screaming]

[speaking German]

-[gas hissing]

-[Batman groans]


[Batman groans]

[grunting and groaning]

It's... It's you, isn't it?

[Barbarian Bat] Barry?

Go back

to the beginning, Bruce.

To before the beginning.

You must. It's the only way.

No, don't!

[Batman panting, grunting]

Earth-2 to Satellite.

Emergency trans-mat.

I have an injured Batman.

He was exposed

to Scarecrow's fear toxin.

[Batman panting]

Satellite, what the hell

is wrong with you?

We have a medical emergency!

[Mr. Terrific over intercom]

Sorry, Earth-2,

we have a developing

situation here.

Prepare Batman

for emergency trans-mat.

[Huntress] He'll be okay.

Will any of us?

[Batgirl] Wow.

Then what happened?

[Kara] We were together

from then on.

The other Legionaries

got to see another side of him.

The Brainy I knew.

[chuckling] Well, that was

one hell of a first date,

that's for sure.

I know what

you're trying to do.

I'm trying not to eat

these doughnuts,

because holy

empty calories, right?

I know, Babs.

I'm a complete wreck and you're

trying to make things normal.

To make me feel like it's not

the end of the universe.


It probably is.

And it's my fault.

And there's

nothing I can do about it.

It is not. When are you gonna

get that through your head?

-Even if the Monitor

was still here...

-[alarm blaring]

...there's no guarantee that--

Okay. It's that time again.


Reading quantum energy spikes

so high they're off the charts.

I've got Earths calling in,

like all of them.

They wanna know

what's going on.

Probably less important here,

but someone is materializing

on the trans-mat platform

without proper authorization.

-What the hell

is going on here, Michael?

-[Mr. Terrific] Luthor!

The top science minds

on Earth-10 tell me The Bleed

is tearing itself apart.

Aren't you the top science mind

on Earth-10?

Yes. Which is why I came.

The Monitor's technology

is a bit beyond most of you.

Despite appearances, The Bleed

is mostly holding together.

Wrong. It's buckling here.

The fabric of The Bleed.


Which Earth is that?

Earth... Earth-146.


-Hello, my love.

We can see it now.

Forming in the sky above us.

It's massive.

I'll show you.


[Mera] I will send telemetry

to that last moment.

I pray it helps you.

It's releasing

some kind of energy.

Like the waves.

It's antimatter.

Oh, god.

It's not over yet.

Arthur, contact

all patrol ships.

All metas with space


Get them positioned between--

It's too late, Michael. They'll

never get there in time.

And even if they could...


Send me home.

Arthur. No. Don't do it.

They're my people. My family.

[dramatic music playing]

[dramatic music continues]


[Kara gasps]

[digital beeping]

Barry! Ugh.


Ah, Mr. Wayne.

Good to see you up

and on your feet again.

Don't take it too hard.

Unfortunately, you have

the one doctor in The Bleed

who can see in the dark.

Dr. Elizabeth Chapel.

Doctor Midnight?

Mm, retired.

Right now we need doctors

more than we need capes.

I'm on the Satellite.

From my nail growth,

I'd estimate eight days.

Ten. Nice trick.

How's your head?

You came in with enough

fear toxin to k*ll an elephant.

Something's wrong here.

You're not just

physically exhausted.

You're traumatized, grieving.

There's considerably

more plasma orbiting the sun.

What happened?

The Anti-Monitor found us.

Somehow ripped

its way into The Bleed.

Just long enough

to destroy Earth-146.

Arthur's world. Did he...?

[Dr. Beth Chapel] He's gone.

Two days later,

it happened again.


Yesterday, Earth-2112.

A flash of antimatter,

then everything,

and everyone, dead.

The Flash. I knew he was dead

before I already knew

because I... I saw him die.

Back on Warworld,

I saw Flash die.

Mr. Wayne, the toxin.

You were hallucinating.

I know what I saw.

I need to talk to a doctor.

Oh. You want a second opinion?

He's not that kind of doctor.

[Doctor Fate] What is it

you seek from Doctor Fate,


You're the last doctor

in the Multiverse

who makes house calls, Nelson.

Dad, I mean, Bruce,

you should be resting.

Between the fear toxin

and the b*ll*ts...

All of you, listen.

When I was on Warworld

a dying old man appeared

from nowhere to give

me a message.

I didn't know it until now,

but it was The Flash.

Why would he be old?

How would Barry

even have gotten to Warworld?

We all wish we could find

Barry and Iris.

But even if you did see him,

why does it matter?

Because I think he traveled

back in time from this crisis.

Not just to warn us.

But to help.

Tell us something significant.

Bruce, we were

trapped in a world

of automatons and illusions.

How can you know

if what you saw was real?

I called a specialist.

[Doctor Fate speaking Latin]


[Doctor Fate grunting]

Are you all right, Doctor?

[Doctor Fate] Yes. It was

a very significant event.

And quite real.

Your instincts are correct.

It was Barry.

He was trying to give you

the answer to... all this.

Before the beginning.

[Doctor Fate] The answer lies

before the beginning.

Before the Multiverse

even existed.

[Robin] Then it's hopeless.

Time travel is impossible now.

-There's no way to find out

how this all started

-Or how to fix it.

-But there must be some way.

-[John Stewart chuckles]

-What is it, John?


Well, there was this guy.


He said a lot of crazy stuff.

He was a sorcerer.

No offence. Anyway,

when the Shadows att*cked,

it turned out everything

he said was true.

He magicked the hell

out of those things.

Go on.

He said he'd been tortured

in hell basically,

since before

this universe even began.

He said his name

was John Constantine.

Does that name mean

anything to you?

[Doctor Fate] I'm not sure,

but I've just felt the helmet

of Nabu grow cold.

Where is he now?

He took off after

we entered The Bleed.

Said he intended

to crawl into a hole,

couldn't bear to watch

everything come

to an end again.

He could be anywhere,

on any Earth.

Needle in a haystack.

Are you forgetting something?

Does the "World's Greatest

Detective" ring a bell?

We'll track this guy

down in no time.

Tell me everything you remember

about this Constantine.

Everything he did,

everything he said.

He said...

Well, he said he needed

a bloody drink.

-[indistinct chattering]

-[piano music playing]

[Constantine sighs]

[groans] Sorry, mate.

Spot me for another

shot of the coffin varnish, eh?

Paint your tonsils on someone

else's nickel, rummy.

It's not charity.

I'm gonna entertain you

with what we call

close-up magic.

[lively piano music playing]

Hmm, that's not bad, actually.

[grunts and sighs]

-[coin splashes]

-[crowd exclaims]

[Constantine] Ugh.


-[crowd exclaims]


How did you...?

[Batman] The saloon combined

the strongest levels

of eldritch energy

with the highest

alcohol content.

-Hey, fellas, here's a--

-Better end

that sentence carefully.

[mug thuds on counter]

Look what we got here, boys.

Looks like the circus

come to town.

Gentlemen, we're just here

to talk with that man.

We don't want any trouble.

Most of us.

Lady, we're sick

and tired of pirates,

pilgrims and cavemen

wandering in here.

This is our world.

And we aim to keep it that way.

[suspenseful music playing]

[Doctor Fate] Let's all

settle down.

Drinks are on me.

Show off!

-That's all I can take.

-[glass breaking]

Get 'em boys!

[man grunting, groaning]

[all grunting]

[coin jingles]

[Sidewinder groans]



What in hell is going on here?

I step out for five minutes

and you turn my saloon

into a rodeo?

Bat Lash?

-Do I know you, ma'am?

-[r*fle cocks]

Think I'd remember meeting you.

I... met, uh,

a descendant of yours

on another world.

He died in my arms.

Lucky fella.

A few months ago, I'da thought

that was a telltale.

-Now? Plum normal.

-[Constantine glugging]

-Clear the bar.

-Well, I don't see why I--

Everybody out!

Closed for business!

-[indistinct chattering]

-[Constantine glugging]

Ugh, whoa! Getting rough!

[cackles] Someone's up

for a trade.

Do you have some kind

of special spell

to sober him up?

Uh, agh!

Ah, Nabu.

I haven't seen you

in an eternity. [cackles]

[Doctor Fate] I've never

seen him before.

But he's impossibly old.

Older than

the Multiverse itself.

[Wonder Woman] How is that

even possible?

I only just remember my name.

Memory's like Swiss cheese,

it's mostly, uh, holes.

In my experience, there are

ways to get people to remember.

Many ways.

Looks like I've gone

deep Barney.


[people screaming]



-[man grunts]

-[woman screams, grunts]


[Original Black Canary

screaming in high-pitched tone]

[man grunting]

[sighs] It's nuts out here.

Jay, report.

Earthquakes are not

letting up, Dinah.

It's the worst one yet.

[boy chuckles] Mom!

[Hourman grunts in effort]

[Original Black Canary sighs]

I'm getting reports

from all over.

The whole world is shaking.




[Garrick] What's

causing all this?

Best guess? That!

Oh, shit.

Earth-2 to Satellite. Come in.

-[alarm blaring]

-[Mr. Terrific] We are aware

of your situation, Dinah.

Our defenses have

already been deployed.


[sinister music playing]

-What can we do?



-I love you.

[over intercom]

And I'm proud of you.

[energy whooshing]

[somber music playing]

[Black Canary sobs] Mom.

[Mr. Terrific] Chronal energy

is dropping to nominal.

The fissure is sealed.

That is terrific. Any guess on

when the next one arrives?

Wrong W.

Not "when" but "why"?

Why was that thing

suddenly able to locate us

in all this

limitless Multiverse?

[The Question]

Excellent question.

Which leads to another.

Did someone inside The Bleed

leak the information?

Are you suggesting that

someone actually wanted

to contact the Anti-Monitor?

To sell us out?

[Lex] I don't even

have to turn around

to feel Miss Lane's

eyeballs glaring at me.

Lex, if I'm not mistaken,

you arrived here just moments

before Earth-146 was destroyed.

Not your hologram,

you came here. Physically.

Are you seriously

accusing me of somehow

contacting the Anti-Monitor

revealing the location

of The Bleed?

Good. I was afraid

you were losing

your journalistic instincts.

Yes, of course I did.

[energy trilling]

I've seen some weird stuff,

but this? Magic?

We're seriously doing a seance?

Shouldn't we at least be in,

uh, I don't know, Stonehenge?

[Doctor Fate] Time is

of the essence. And it's not

"magic" as you understand it.

We are combining our energy

to help Batman investigate

Constantine's damaged memories.

And perhaps find his connection

to the Multiverse

and this crisis.

[speaking Latin]


[sinister music playing]


-[Batman yelps in surprise]


[dog whimpering]

Oh, hello, Bats.

Fancy meeting you here.

What am I seeing?

[Constantine] I wish this was

just a nightmare, Bats.

But this was real.

I'd forgotten.

Earth had been invaded.


The old planet

had been ripped to shreds.

Bastard named Darkseid.

Never heard of him.

Right. I think... I think I had

something to do with that.

You know what you have

to do, mate?

Clear the board

and start again.

Now you just

leave that to John.

A simple little guidance spell

from yours truly...

And Bob's your uncle.

You'll run off to right when

and where you'll need to be.

To save us all.

Off with you now.

I haven't got all day.

You sent him

to rewrite history!

-What gave you the right?

-A bit reckless. Yeah.

[Lois] Billions

of people have died!

Reduced to antimatter.

And believe me, no one feels

worse about that than I do.

But am I actually responsible?

-For what?

-m*rder! On a massive scale.

They would have died anyway.

Michael, Anti-Monitor aside,

what is our estimated time

of survival here in The Bleed?

Well between the exponential

population expl*si*n,

due to the time-displaced


limited resources,

and unreliable physical rules--

Not too freaking long.

That doesn't change

the fact that you sold us out.

You made some kind of deal

with that monster.


I faced the hard truth

that we're all doomed if we

don't destroy this creature.

An impossibility

without more data.

So I simply

contacted the Anti-Monitor,

and told him I was willing

to make a deal with him.

Let me guess.

That you'd give him

the location of the other

Earths if he spared Earth-10?

The details of this supposed

deal are unimportant.

We had to see him.

Find its weakness. Find its...


My world was

in just as much danger.

But now we know

more about this monster.

Now we have a chance.

What do you have in mind?

Oh, don't worry. I have a plan.

Plan? You are going to pay

for your crimes with your life.

This will have to wait.

Our friend is back.

[Batman] Constantine,

where is this?

[Constantine] Welcome

to Apokolips, Bats.

Home of Darkseid.

Evil personified.

A lot like hell it is,

but not so nice.

I ought to know.

[energy warbling]

[Batman] I see. The only way

to stop Darkseid

was to eliminate him

before the invasion.

[guard gasps and thuds]

[Batman] But how can I be

seeing this?

I was in your memories.

Not Barry's.

They're mine as well.

It's coming back to me.

[guards choking, thudding]

[Constantine] I sent a part

of myself along with him

like a hitchhiker.

I wish I could remember why.

[Batman] It may have

something to do with this.

These creatures are dead,

but Barry barely touched them.

Ah, that's right.

There's one spell. A bad one.

That'd require me to slice

off a piece of my soul.


-[Superman] We failed.


Every shield

shattered in seconds.

I did this.

They were all

as good as dead as soon

as I k*lled the Monitor.

On the upside,

it was a post-apocalyptic Earth

inhabited by mutant

humanoid animals.

We were lucky.

It was all

a waste of time, Lex.

All the effort, the resources,

this was never going to work.

I know. I never thought

it would.

But every sensor,

every radio telescope dish

on every possible Earth was

trained on the Anti-Monitor.

Now, we see it. Michael?

Gravity. It's all within

5% of your predictions.

What he said about my world,

it's true.

A b*ttlefield of monsters.

Compared to the other Earths,

it was a nightmare.

It was also your home.

This was all what?

Some kind of fact-finding

mission? We already knew

it was a monster.

But now, Captain,

we know exactly

what kind of monster it is.

How big, how tough,

and what it'll take to k*ll it.

What's your plan?

The Anti-Monitor is made

of the same dark antimatter

as the shadow demons.

So like them, he's susceptible

to light att*cks.

We threw every possible

light-based attack at him.

Everything in The Bleed.

Not quite everything.

[Doctor Light] It's no use.

I crunched the numbers.

Not even our sun generates

enough energy

to k*ll that thing.

Ah, but it's not one sun.

It's hundreds of suns.

Each Earth has arrived

with its own sun in tow.

Their respective suns

are phasing

at the same point in The Bleed.

Fifty-two suns should

generate enough light

to k*ll the creature.

But how would we

weaponize that?

Hmm, if only we had some kind

of living solar battery

who could absorb, contain

and deliver that energy.

You son of a bitch.

Can't you bury

your sick obsession

with k*lling Superman,

even when, literally,

all existence is on the line?

Lois, he's not wrong.

Clark, don't you find it

a bit coincidental

that the only way

to save us all,

involves destroying you?

[Lex] I call it

a happy accident.

We've run a thousand scenarios.

This is the first one

with a chance.

[Superman] And don't know

for certain that it'll k*ll me.

I'm pretty thick-skinned.

Superman, even if

you survived the process

of absorbing the energy

from multiple stars,

unleashing it instantaneously

on the Anti-Monitor,

you would not survive.

Look, you can't make

an omelette without

cracking a few eggs.

In this case, one egg.

What do you say, Superman?

One life to save

untold billions?

I call that a bargain.

[deep breathing]

Blimey, I remember! The spell,

my damnation. Everything!


Yes. He's a fixed point

in time, nearly indestructible.

His entire life,

protection spells

and defense technology,

Darkseid was engineered to be

one of the immutable

pillars of the Multiverse.

He must exist.

But as an infant...

I'd say. It took some doing,

but I learned

the only time in his life

when he'd be vulnerable.

-The first year.

-Barry won't do it.

It's not in him.

[Barry sighs]

[Darkseid breathing deeply]

Don't you think I knew that?

The spell. Darkest of magic.

He's walking death.

[Batman] Rappaccini's daughter.

He doesn't even know.

He's a living poison.

Spot on! He's typhoid, Barry.

Radiates it.

He doesn't have to do anything

to the little monster.

He's already done it.

Just being here.



Kara, stop!

-You can't do this.

-You can't catch me, Kal!

When he made me the Harbinger,

Monitor supercharged my powers.

This isn't the answer.

It's exactly the answer.

I k*lled the Monitor, not you.

None of this is your fault.

The Anti-Monitor

manipulated you. Tricked you.

I let myself be tricked.

This falls to me.

Let me go! Adam, I swear--

Superman, it's too late.

We need you. Now.

He's back.

[distant rumbling]

[action music playing]

[heroic music playing]


[menacing music playing]

[Mr. Terrific] Alpha Team,

concentrate your firepower

on the center

of the Anti-Monitor shielding.

We've got to give

Supergirl a shot

at the creature itself,

not its armor.

[weapons blasting]

Let's do this.

It's no good.

We're not getting through.

Great plan, Lex.

[Lex] Attention, Satellite.

Deactivate Cosmic Towers


What the hell?

Those Towers are the only

thing keeping us in The Bleed.

I repeat, deactivate

Towers immediately.

It's not him.

It's the Anti-Monitor

talking through him.


[energy crackling]

Please, Clark. Quickly.

Michael, do what he says.

Turn off The Towers.


- [Superman

over intercom] Fast!

[powering down]

[Constantine groans]

[suspenseful music playing]

We're home.

The Anti-Monitor,

it's charging up.

It's targeting Earth-16.

[lasers firing]

[Mr. Terrific]

There's nothing we can do.

[energy warbling]


[dramatic music playing]

I don't believe it.

It's really you, J'onn.

Indeed, Superman.

And fortunately,

you did believe it.

We saw Warworld explode.

There is no self-destruct

option for Warworld.

What you saw

was an entire planet

transported via Zeta beam.

But how? The amount

of Zeta energy

that would require--

I had help.

A friend arrived

at just the right time.

But our work here

is far from over.

You're far from over my ass.

You can say that again, J'onn.

The Anti-Monitor has recovered,

and is changing course

right towards you.

He took a little damage,

but not much.

Even with

planet-sized a*tillery

we can't get

through that armor.

[indistinct warbling]


Kara is on her way.

We don't have much time.

Even now,

Kara does not have the power

to breach his shields

and destroy the creature.

Michael, I'm getting

four incoming energy signatures

-heading for Earth-18.

-Ignore it.

We've got

bigger problems right now.

J'onn, isn't Warworld

powered by the hatred

and fear of its captives?

Any unified emotion.

Fear was simply

Mongul's preference.

Maybe... Maybe there's a way.

[crickets chirping]


[Spider Guild Lantern]

It's him. It is Jon Stewart.

Who the hell are you?

We are a few of your recruits.

When Oa fell

and the Corps was destroyed,

the power rings you sent out

found us. Chose us.

[Green Lantern Aya]

Or reminded us

who we truly were.

The Green Lantern Corps

was reborn.

Others soon joined us.

We are here to help you.

Now all will truly be well.

It would be an honor for me

to share my lantern battery

with the legendary

John Stewart.

Greatest of the Green Lanterns.


Charles Halstead,

known as the Psycho Pirate,

you are needed.


It's not going to hold.

It will. Just put your heart

and mind to it.

[muffled expl*si*n]


-How many people?

-All of them.

I've never done anything

on that scale. I... I can't.

Nevertheless, it must be done.

You do it!

Only you have

the power to connect

emotions in this manner.

-[Psycho Pirate moans]

-[J'onn J'onzz] It must be you.

[Psycho Pirate whimpers]

Here she comes.

We've got to do this now.


It's okay.

I should have died

with Krypton.

Every moment then...

With you, Monitor,

with Brainy,

has been bonus time.

[sobs] Thank you. I love you.


-[Psycho Pirate whimpers]

Oh, god...

[Psycho Pirate screams]

[dramatic music playing]

[shield trilling]

[energy warbling]

Hey, Johnny-boy.

I sure hope you've got

an ace in the hole.

[energy whirring]



Well done, Charles.

[Psycho Pirate chuckling]

[laughing deliriously]

[door closes]


[somber music playing]

[melancholic music playing]

[Superman sniffles, sobs]

[screaming loudly]


[sniffles and grunts]

I'm so sorry, Clark.

To die so that others may live

is a magnificent act.

A hero's death.

Bloody tragic this is.

Pity we don't have

more time to mourn.

He's right, Clark.

As terrible as Kara's loss is,

all of those worlds, there's

something much worse coming.

[Doctor Fate] Our detective

has solved

the great riddle

he's trained for all his life.

What is the Multiverse?

We've all wondered that.

Why so many parallel worlds?

Now we know.

It was a mistake.

This man is

from an Earth that existed

before our Multiverse.

One decimated by Darkseid.

A ruthless

intergalactic conqueror.

So significant

was this creature,

he was a fixed point in time.

In an attempt

to save his world,

Constantine tried

to destroy Darkseid.

His unknowing w*apon,

was Barry.

[Doctor Fate]

Darkseid must exist.

So Constantine's attempt

to erase a fixed point in time

didn't change the universe.

It shattered it.

[Batman] Two universes.

One with Darkseid, one without.

But it didn't stop there.

Every critical decision

created a new possible reality.

[Doctor Fate]

The Multiverse is expanding

geometrically moment by moment.

Infinite Earths.

[Doctor Fate] Unfortunately,

the universe wasn't designed

to support infinite

variations of itself.

The Multiverse is a cancer,

and it's growing.

Ultimately, reality itself

must collapse.

An antibody.

You're saying the Anti-Monitor

is like an immunoglobulin.

A natural defense

protein for the universe?

Quite right, doctor.

But there's never just one.


Just one of them

was almost too much.

We beat this one, but...

But at such a high cost.

There must be

something we can do.

-Something we're not seeing.

-[Lex] Like what, Michael?

Do you think

ten thousand intergalactic

doomsday machines

have an Achilles heel?

I hope it's kryptonite

because I have

a storage unit full of it.

So what do we do?

Just lie down and wait

to be erased from reality?

How can we even fight that?

We would need a miracle.

Kara. She told me that

the Legion had a machine.

A machine that

actually made miracles.

Whatever you could

think of, it could do.

Oh, I can think

of a lot of things. [chuckles]

Oh, shut up. Fat lot of good

this Miracle Machine

does us in the 31st century

that no longer exists.

She said it was so dangerous,

they hid it in a...

a pocket dimension.

Whatever that is.

[J'onn J'onzz] Ingenious.

She hid it

in between realities.

Where even I can't reach it.

But you are not the only

traveler here, Strange.

There are others

with the power.

What about that fool,

Psycho Pirate?


At this point, he's useless.

He's not our only teleporter.

Nightshade can do it.

[Nightshade] What?

No. Uh, I can teleport

across the street

or back to my apartment,

not... whatever this is.

He's right.

It's the same power.

-[dramatic music playing]


-Where are we?

-We're in between

vibrational planes.

We're nowhere.

Look! [echoing]

[J'onn J'onzz]

The Miracle Machine.

[Nightshade whispering]

Looks like it's been here

a million years.

[J'onn J'onzz]

Much longer than that.

Time passes very differently

in each reality.

I know. So, what's it for?

The Controller's

original purpose

for it is lost to the ages.

But I suspect that it was made

for this very crisis.

How do we get it back?

I can't move anything this big.

You just did.

[Doctor Fate]

The package is here.

J'onn's looking at it now.

No, he doesn't know

what it means.

Sorry. Talking to myself.

Ooh, I wish

for infinity more wishes!


It isn't Aladdin's lamp,

you moron!

This is a scientific device.

Not magic.

Who cares what it is?

Let's use it to destroy

that armada

of Anti-Monitors. Now!

Even worse!

If the Multiverse keeps

dividing, everything ends.

All thanks to this idiot.

[Constantine] She's not wrong.

I've had a long time

to think about how to fix this.

A long time.

But no one's gonna like it.

They've reached one

of the isolated Earths.


[digital chirping]

Earth-508 is gone.

And the Armada is approaching

the remaining worlds quickly.

Including this one.

These things aren't just

k*lling the Multiverse.

They're erasing everything,

starting reality over.

We use this beauty to create

a new monoverse.

One reality. One timeline.

A new universe

with fifty-some-odd Superman?

Fifty Lex Luthors?

[Doctor Fate] No. As we enter,

the various versions of us

would be fused

into a single prime version.

A single history

that we'd all share.

None of us would remember

any of this.

No. We'll find a way to bring

back the worlds we lost.

We can't just give up

on all those people.

We can't!

There was once

an alien scientist,

whose entire world and culture

were going to end.

If he could have saved it,

he would have.

But he couldn't.

So instead of vainly

trying to save everyone,

he put all his talent

and energy and passion

into doing what he could do.

He saved his world

by saving one person.

This technology is way

beyond our understanding.

But I know dead when I see it.

In my experience

with advanced alien tech,

when it looks dead,

it may just need a recharge.

[electrical buzzing]

Okay. It does not run

on willpower.

It merely sleeps.

Green Lantern is right

about it requiring power.

But how?

[Doctor Fate] Do you

truly not know?

There is only one power

that creates

something out of nothing.

Of course. [sighs]

Should've seen

that coming a mile off.

It wants a sacrifice.

Well, I guess

we all know who's elected.

Oh, come on.

It's obviously him.

He's the reason we're

in this mess to begin with.

You break it, you buy it.

[speaking Latin]

[electricity crackling]

What the bloody hell?

Try to do the decent thing

for once in my life and--


[Doctor Fate] It's not a matter

of quality but of quantity.

We're asking the machine

to make something

virtually eternal

out of something finite.

I'm afraid

the Anti-Monitor Armada

has reached

another of the isolated Earths.



[heroic music playing]

-[Joker yelps and grunts]

-[Batman grunts]

[Joker groans]

[cackles maniacally]

I must say Batsy,

I'm flattered.

The end of the world,

and you want

to spend it with me.

I didn't know you cared.

[cackling maniacally]


-[Joker laughs maniacally]

-I care, Joker.

About Gotham, about justice.

And if it has to end,

At least I go out like this.

Being Batman.

[digital chirping]

Adam, can you move Warworld

out of harm's way?

The antimatter interference

from one Anti-Monitor

was bad enough.

But an army of them?

Our Zeta energy

is completely neutralized.

We're not going anywhere.

[Wonder Woman] This machine...

What if we offered it

something immortal?

No! Absolutely not!

I'll do it. Not Diana.

Let me do it.

You are so good.

And strong and kind and mortal.

I'm sorry, love.

This is not a job for Superman.

I have spent millennia

watching people die.

Friends, enemies,

I mourned them both.

My immortality

separated me from humanity.

Wouldn't this

give my life meaning?

Anti-Monitor Armada

nearing our location.

Now reaching Earth-2003.

[dramatic music playing]

My god!

That's The Spectre.

Used to work with my mom.

He'd terrify perps,

saying he was the wrath of God.

You're in

for a big surprise, love.

[Earth-2 Superman]

What happens to me in there?

A mystery.

Superman will be there.

And part of him, will be you.

And that's all I need to know.

See you on the other side.

[heroic music playing]

[Joker whooping

and laughing maniacally]

It's so... perfect.

I don't think a great disaster

will ever happen there.

It doesn't have to.

You can live in a human world.

Or you can choose to arrive

in an era much like your own.

I'll just have to make it

a better world the hard way.

Will you even know

I'm Superman?

Clark, if there's a Lois Lane,

she'll figure it out.

[The Question] I object to you

and what you represent.

Nevertheless. All you need do

is step through there.

And you will be part

of a new universe.

A false universe,

a false history.

I reject it on principle.

What's wrong?

I, Helena, it took

the end of the world

for me to let people in.

What if it

doesn't happen this time?

Mom taught me that love

is beyond experience.

That's why a jewel thief

can marry a vigilante.

That sounds like her.

What did... what did

your father teach you?

To always stun a perp

before questioning.

You don't want

any unpleasant surprises.

Come on, time to go.

You're welcome.

Warworld's time is at an end.

It has been an honor, Batman.

I hope we meet again.

So quiet.

It's finally quiet.


Well, we might

as well get this over with.

At least I know my way

around hell now.

Know what to expect.

You're so certain

of damnation, then?

[chuckling] I destroyed

a multi-verse.

I know the score, mate.

Read all the ancient tomes.

I'm done for.

Not all the ancient tomes.

I usually dispense justice.

Perhaps this time

I can offer...



[female giggling]

[humming, gasps]



-[Hippolyta] Diana!

-[Diana] Hmm?


Come off of there this instant.

[chuckling] Don't worry, Mama.

I'm not afraid.

[chuckles] You are

very brave, Diana.

But even princesses

are not immortal.

-Remember that.

-[sighs] Yes, Mama.

-[Diana laughs]

-[dramatic music playing]

[dramatic music playing]

[dramatic music continues]

[thrilling music playing]

[thrilling music continues]

[music fades out]
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