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Old November 9th, 2005   ManofTheAtom is offline   #1
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Default Infinite Crisis #2

I won't get my copy for about a month and I hear that there's a five page recap that shows the events from the Post Crisis DC U over the last 20 years.

I was wondering if anyone could scan the pages that show anything Superman related (Krypton, the ship, etc). I'm curious to know which version of the ship is used, if the matrix (like on the cover to the Perez alternate) or the Blahright version.

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Newsarama journalists ask these questions to Joe Q and Dan Buckley: Why place a $3.99 price tag for only 22 page of materiel?
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Old November 9th, 2005   Peter Svensson is offline   #4
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The Birthright version isn't shown, but the Byrne rocket does show up as well.
 
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Inside or only on the cover?
 
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Can somebody post the Birthright rocket?
 
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The comics event of the century for sure
 
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Old November 25th, 2005   Salvador Villafranca is offline   #10
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I AGREE!!! THE BYRNE VERSION OF KRYPTON RULES!!!
 
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This was greatness. Don't forget the other stories that added depth to it, Return to Krypton, Return to Smallville, and Return to Metropolis!
 
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This was greatness. Don't forget the other stories that added depth to it, Return to Krypton, Return to Smallville, and Return to Metropolis!
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Yeah, those were awesome, specially in how they expanded on the supporting cast and made it clear that they had lives before Superman and Clark came along, it added a level of realism to their worlds.
 
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Um, this isn't quite right. These are the ships that are shown when the pre Crisis multiverse history is being shown. There is a different one shown later on when the post Crisis one universe history is being talked about. It's the third of the ships on the Perez cover, if you've seen one of the cover scans, it's the exact same ship shown inside. IIRC someone said when the cover came out that it was the birthing matrix ship.
 
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It is!

Cool!! So Blahright is being ignored again, awesome

I don't suppose you could scan the page with that other ship, could you?
 
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Old November 9th, 2005   krhorneman is offline   #15
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Sorry Peter, I didn't see your reply squeezed in there. That was probably what you were referring to when you said the Byrne rocket. Just to make it clear, all three rockets from the cover show up on the inside. The two shown above, and the third one when the post Crisis universe is being described.
 
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