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"Dusk": An alien space vessel crash-lands on Earth just off the West River in Metropolis. A woman named Dusk emerges only to find Superman and the Legion of Super-Heroes standing before her. Saturn Gir
Appearing in "Dusk"
- Alpha Centurion
- Amanda Waller
- Amazing Man (Will Everett)
- Big Barda
- Black Canary (Dinah Laurel Lance)
- Blue Beetle (Ted Kord)
- Booster Gold
- Captain Atom
- Captain Marvel
- Captain Marvel Jr.
- Dan Turpin
- Doctor Light (Kimiyo Hoshi)
- Doctor Polaris
- Dusk (an alien) (First appearance)
- Erica Del Portenza
- Firestorm (Ronnie Raymond)
- Flash (Wally West)
- Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner)
- Jimmy Olsen
- Kitty Faulkner
- Lex Luthor
- Maggie Sawyer
- Martian Manhunter
- Mary Marvel
- Mister Miracle (Scott Free)
- Phantom Stranger
- Ray (Ray Terrill)
- Robin (Tim Drake)
- Spectre (Jim Corrigan)
- Steel (John Henry Irons)
- Superboy (Kon-El)
- Wildcat (Ted Grant)
- Wonder Woman
- Legion of Super-Heroes
- Sun-Eater (1st Post-Crisis appearance)
Synopsis for "Dusk"
An alien space vessel crash-lands on Earth just off the West River in Metropolis. A woman named Dusk emerges only to find Superman and the Legion of Super-Heroes standing before her. Saturn Girl uses her telepathy to translate the frightened woman's thoughts. Dusk warns them that an entity known as a Sun-Eater is en route to this star system. When it arrives, it will consume all of the energy from the sun, thus destroying all life on the planet Earth.
Superman calls together a special convention of superheroes. Attending are members of the JLA (past and present), the Legion, the Marvel Family and many others. Mister Miracle decides to create an over-sized Boom Tube to funnel the Sun-Eater to an unoccupied domain. The Sun-Eater overloads the Boom Tube and the plan fails.
The next strategy involves the creation of a secondary sun to act as a lure for the Sun-Eater. All of the energy-based heroes pour their powers into the creation of a new sun, but this too proves to be a fruitless endeavor.
Elsewhere, Lex Luthor decides that it is time to step up and lend a hand.
- Final Night was shipped on a weekly publishing schedule.
- This issue is reprinted in the Final Night trade paperback.
- The tagline for this issue is "Week One: Armageddon".
- This issue includes a S.T.A.R. Labs Earthwatch Web page and timeline.
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Final Night Crossover