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"End Times": In a chaos filled Metropolis, Buddy Blank and Una make their way to Buddy's family's apartment building while hiding and avoiding from crazed and changed mobs.
- The world outside ended, NOT with a bang or a whimper...but with a SNARL made by throats never intended to MAKE such noises. Now the planet begins its LONG NUCLEAR HIBERNATION. I won't live to see it wake, but I'll make DAMN sure nothing hurts the BOY before I go. It will be a TERRIBLE, CRUEL thing, to abandon him to a world that will be so DIFFERENT from the one he knew... I can only hope that ONE day, he'll FORGIVE me...for making him the LAST boy on Earth.
Appearing in "End Times"
- Animal People
- Superman (Earth-51)
- Martian Manhunter (Earth-51)
- The Flash (Earth-51)
- Batman (Earth-51)
- Wonder Woman (Earth-51)
- Mary Marvel
- Holly Robinson
- Harley Quinn
- Jimmy Olsen
- Red Robin (Jason Todd)
- Doctor Light (Earth-51)
- Lex Luthor (Earth-51)
Synopsis for "End Times"
In a chaos filled Metropolis, Buddy Blank and Una make their way to Buddy's family's apartment building while hiding and avoiding from crazed and changed mobs.
From around the world Earth's heroes tries to save human lives, but unfortunately dying or devolving into animal people, including the villains or any other superpowered beings. As for the heroes from New Earth, they couldn't do anything but watch.
Having arrived at his daughter's apartment, Buddy and Una reaches the apartment room and finds it ransacked. The two finds Buddy's grandson hiding in the kitchen cupboard and learns from him of his mother being infected and had tried to kill him. Suddenly, the three realized of Buddy's grandson having a pet dog... Buddy quickly dives away from his changed grandson's bulldog wielding-carving knife. Una immediately subdue the dog. With his grandson greatly sadden of his dog that he raised, Buddy is told by Una to get themselves to leave. However, Buddy hear the scrabbling sound of rats. Immediately a swarm of mutant rats attack and swarm over Una. Seeing that the rats are coming from the bottom of the building the three made their way to the rooftop as Una tries to protect Buddy and his grandson from the rats. As Buddy and his grandson reach the roof, they find his grandson's mother, changed into an animal hybrid, which she immediately attacks Buddy, her father. Una, covered in rats, fought the animal woman off of Buddy. As the rats swarm over both of Una and Buddy's daughter, Una gives her Legion Flight Ring telling him to use it to save himself and his grandson. Seeing Una and his daughter died in front of Buddy from the hoards of rats, Buddy takes his grandson and fly away.
The two travel to an unused government bunker, Command D. Provided with the bunker's essential needs for their survival, Buddy reactivate Brother Eye to "watch the end of the world."
From what he is seeing, the few remaining uninfected politicians and military leaders of their respective nations blaming each other for causing the virus outbreaks and took action in unleashing their nuclear armaments upon each other, turning the world into a nuclear wasteland. Buddy then observe the Adirondacks Cadmus lab and find the New Earth heroes waiting for the "news." Atom finally made it back to them and informing of the world's condition. The group decide to leave, with Jimmy Olsen using his power to create a Boom Tube to their universe.
Though alone as the world they knew is gone, Buddy have hope for having his grandson to watch over. As Buddy reminiscence of the future for his grandson, he hopes for his grandson to forgive him for "making him the last boy on Earth."
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