by Drivtaan, Starsky Hutch 76, Libbylawrence, Brian K. Asbury, Blackwolf247, Comickook and Martin Maenza
An accident causes Brainiac of the Legion of Doom to become Pulsar Stargroove, rhythmic leader of the Legion of Funk! But as the Legion dominates the music charts, strange events happen all over the country. Another team of super-villains with a weakness for fruit pies form together as the Host of Badness! Meanwhile, the Super Friends welcome Apache Chief to their number, and the Teen Titans lose their memories! Will all these threads come together to form one coherent plot? Not at all! That’s why we called in Drivtaan to wrap it all up in the form of an ultimate musical showdown — a battle of the bands! You don’t want to miss this bizarre and peculiar attempt at humor by the Five Earths writers!
When all the grown-up super-heroes in the world disappear, the disbanded Teen Titans find themselves the lone protectors of Earth! And despite their best efforts, they are unable to defeat the foe responsible when Kanjar Ro declares himself the ruler of Earth! Can the world’s only hope be a “Teen Titan” from times past?
The Joker is one of the most dangerous villains alive. But what if he were cured of his madness? Would he also be cured of his evil nature, or would his evil finally be given free reign? The Batman discovers to his horror that it’s the latter when the Joker uses Ra’s al Ghul’s resources to hijack a communications satellite, causing the world’s computer systems to speak to each other in random languages. With the clock ticking down to world catastrophe, Batman must stop the Joker’s plans before it’s too late. Guest starring Catwoman!
Life seems to have settled down in Gotham City for the Batman and his allies. But a few twists and turns of fate begin to set up future trouble for the Dark Knight. Is the Penguin’s desire to live a reformed life as a night club owner genuine? And what does the Joker want with Ra’s al Ghul?
by Immortalwildcat As Bruce Wayne celebrates his first Thanksgiving Day back from the dead with his friends and family, he can’t help but be thankful for the life he has regained. But there’s one last debt that needs to be repaid in Isolation, Alaska.
As new secrets turn up concerning Bruce Wayne’s supposed death, Bruce himself has to act quickly to save a group of children in Alaska from being killed over one man’s desperation to avoid the law. Will Bruce regain his memory of being the Batman in time to do what he can for the innocents in the settlement of Isolation? And what role will a former criminal play in redeeming himself?
There is a series of violent murders in Gotham City. But what is their connection to each other? It’s left up to Dick Grayson (the Batman) and his partners Batwoman and Robin to find out. Meanwhile, Isolation, Alaska, begins to get dangerous for the amnesiac Bruce Wayne.
Even as the friends and adopted family of Bruce Wayne gather to pay their respects, ruthless tycoon Ruby Ryder makes her move, taking over large swaths of Gotham City real estate for development. The problem? Thousands of people still live there. Can Dick Grayson step into Bruce’s shoes fast enough to save both Wayne Industries and Gotham City itself?
The close friends, family, allies, and enemies of Bruce Wayne are in shock as they each deal with the news of his death. But with Batman gone, where does that leave Gotham City? And what has really happened to Bruce Wayne?
The Super Friends face old friends turned into deadly foes when the four members of the super-hero team called the Elementals attack them! But have they turned evil, or are they being manipulated by an old foe seeking both revenge and release from the trap he’s been in for years?
When Poison Ivy seeks out Jason Woodrue, the Floronic Man, you know that trouble is in the works. And it is left up to Batgirl and Robin, the Dynamite Duo, to face this pair of plant-themed foes in Washington, D.C.!