The Joker is supposedly killed by Batman and "comes back to life." He then forms an alliance with Lex Luthor. The two come up with an ingenious plan to have their greatest enemies, Batman and Superman, kill each other. The Joker discovers Batman's secret identity and kills his butler, Alfred. Batman's rage wants him to get revenge and kill his archenemy, but Superman believes that it will destroy everything Batman believes in. The two then duel, possibly to the death!
The series is set in a contemporary world very much similar to real one, with one notable exception: a number of people have some form of superpower. The series follows a superpowered CIA squad, known informally as "the Boys", whose job it is to keep watch on superheroes and, if necessary, intimidate or kill them
International Operations started "government internship" for gifted youths, taking place in an isolated training facility. Following the manifestation of Caitlin Fairchild's powers, she fled the complex with Roxy Spaulding, Grunge, and Threshold in disguise. They were later joined by Sarah Rainmaker and Burnout. The project was revealed to be a gathering of the gen-active progeny of Team 7. Threshold tricked the group, sans Fairchild, to return to base to help free the other kids, but upon their return they were apprehended for further testing. With the help of Pitt and John Lynch, the kids finally escaped. The group retreated to ...
The Joker origin is finally told, by his flashback as a failed stand-up comedian to Batman greatest enemy. The Joker escape from Arkham and tries to turn Commissioner Gordon crazy through a series of devised methods, proving that anyone can have a bad day.
Eddie Brock was a reporter for the Daily Globe before he wrote a story revealing the identity of the Sin-Eater. Shortly after the story was published Spider-Man caught the real Sin-Eater, and Brock was disgraced as a news reporter, losing his job and then his wife to the disgrace. Now writing for cheap gossip magazines Brock centers the frustration of his life on utter loathing of Spider-Man, which only escalates when it is revealed he has cancer. In response Brock begins working out and bringing his body to a higher performance. Meanwhile, the Symbiote needing another human host in order ...
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