Shortly following the events of The Emerald Eye: Pilgrim In An Unholy Land, Core Prime has learned that the corrupt weapons company DefenceArt is owned by a multidimensional god of war by the name of Raen, and because Bret Moses Carter a.k.a The Emerald Eye had destroyed DefenceArt's main facility in Clyavina, Raen will be coming to destroy him, the rest of the Power Crew and Core Prime. And Bret has been captured and held in Clyavina by Joel Cooper a.k.a Novum Deus. Core Prime director Craig Mitchell rounds up as much agents that are willing, calls up the rest of the Power Crew and recruits a whole bunch of other superpowered individuals that showed up on Core Prime's radar recently to infiltrate Clyavina and rescue Bret while preparing for Raen's arrival. Eventually, Clyavina becomes a gigantic battleground with the whole world watching as the Power Crew do battle with Gods over the fate of humanity, made all the more intense as Raen has a shocking secret weapon up his sleeve.
MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for sequences of violence, action and mayhem, and for disturbing images, some language and brief suggestive comments.
(Conclusion: (spoiler alert!)
Raen's secret weapon is a zombified and brainwashed Zack Ventress, and it is revealed that Raen corrupted the original Emerald Eye to start the between the Malekyths and the Aeyons, which got him banished by 11 other multidimensional gods and his body was destroyed though his soul cannot and it can possess weak human bodies, he also has vast knowledge of the lives and powers of all members of the Power Crew, both old generation and new generation. Knowing that Raen's soul can't be destroy, the Power Crew figure that only a god can kill a god, so the team both tries to call on the god Mornos and attempt to get the help of Joel Cooper, but he's resistant and the team tries to tell him that this situation is much larger than his problems, but he still doesn't to want help, so Bret tells him that he knows how he feels, having his whole family murdered but he learned that he can be better and can do better, so he asks Joel to please do the same. Joel eventually and reluctantly decides to try to take on Raen, Mornos appears and he and Joel battle Raen, Joel learns that Raen corrupted Clyavina's former dictator Silas Hardiov causing the country to become a dictatorship that lead to his fiance's death, so using all his powers, Joel and Mornos destroy Raen's soul and the zombified Zack, and Joel is killed in the process. With his dying breath, Joel tells the Power Crew “Thank you and God bless you all…” then he disintegrates. Shortly after, Bret returns to the Legion Of The Three Eyes, who inform that the death of Raen had subsequently ended the war between the Malekyths and the Aeyons, Bret's mentor Bishop Rasmussen tells him that he can now go back to his normal life and no one will be hunting him anymore, Bret says that he wants to keep his powers and decides to stay on the Power Crew, and he's thinking about taking anger management classes. Back at Core Prime HQ, the Power Crew are celebrating their victory and then Mornos comes to them saying he had watching both generations of team through their lives and he's very impressed by what they accomplished as a unit and he bids them farewell while assuring them that one day, because of them, the all universes will be in peace. there will be no post credit scenes.)
Bret Moses Carter - A young fugitive with anger issues who possess the soul of an ancient guardian known as “The Emerald Eye”, and possesses superhuman strength and enhanced senses.
Liam McKenna - A geeky and unpopular teenage comic book and Power Crew fan who gained the powers of six classic superheroes from the late ‘30s and the early ’40s.
Derren Crest/Dark Shield - A slacker daydreamer turned superhero with invulnerable and explosive mêlée.
Alice - A beautiful but no nonsense and powerful Storm Angel who takes on the identity of former model Elizabeth Marshall.
Mathilda Aylmer - A troubled yet cocky young woman whose family is part of a centuries old monster hunting clan.
Wesley Sorthed - A psychologically damaged yet intelligent archaeologist who gains extraordinary yet malevolent powers after coming into contact a mysterious black substance.
Cody Hayes - A young and hot-headed thrill seeking adventurer/explorer and the leader of the superhero team the Ice Breakers, who has the ability to control and emit powerful bolts of blue electricity.
Kacey Booker - An investigative photojournalist and Cody Hayes' ex-girlfriend, who has the ability to turn anything into ice.
Megan Booker - Kacey Booker's troubled and reckless sister, who has the ability of pyrokinesis.
Alan Eckbert - The silent muscle of the Ice Breakers who transformed into an 8 foot tall super strong yeti.
Matthew Johnson- A kindhearted young man who is transformed into a vampire he has the abilities of super agility, enhanced reflexes and devastating combat skills.
Thomas Bryant/Fury Falcon- An intelligent yet antisocial slacker who gains superpowers, he has the abilities of super speed and enhanced combat.
Raxter Min - An anti-hero gun-slinging space outlaw who has delusional behaviours and always has weird dreams of his unknown past life that he doesn't know.
Camin Won - An anti-hero gun-slinging space outlaw and Raxter Min's partner in crime with no memory and a tendency to act both cowardly and like a jerk.
Katelyn Roswell - Codename: “Red Fire”, the leader and the more gifted and unique of a trio of young super assassins.
Marcus and Jonathan Oswald - Codenames: “Strike” and “Stonefront”, twin brother super assassins who act as one mind.
Jack Lancer - A cool calm and collected African-American cop rebuilt as a cyborg with a sarcastic sense of humour.
Jeff Marson - An unhinged sociopathic African-American cop rebuilt as a cyborg who has problems with authority and is a little prejudice towards white people.
Tarko - Tough and badass mercenary and King of the distant planet of Firma.
Craig Mitchell - A former government supervisor of Time Jumper activity turned founder and director of the top secret government organisation Core Prime.
Joel Cooper/Novum Deus - Ex-con and former Christian charity worker who became a supervillain and the tyrannical ruler of Clyavina after watching everything he loved be brutally taken away from him and was infected by a a mysterious substance that gave him deadly superpowers.
Raen - A multidimensional god of war and the owner of a corrupt weapons company, DefenceArt.
Mornos - A mythical multidimensional god who banished Raen.
Bishop Rasmussen - A mysterious and seemingly ageless man who is the member of the Legion Of The Three Eyes and acts as a mentor for Bret.
Zack Ventress - Deceased troubled car mechanic and formerly the high tech superhero the Sentinel and the former leader of the power crew who has been zombified, brainwashed and wiped clean of his emotions by Raen to become the ultimate weapon against the Power Crew.
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