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"Doom's Day": Superboy-Prime shows up at the Kent farm in Smallville. He tells Conner that only he has the right to call himself Superboy. Superboy-Prime attacks him and nearly injures the Kents. Krypto rises to Conner's defense and bites Prime on t

Quote1 You fooled everyone into believing you were actually Superboy. You don't even have a cape. Quote2
-- Superboy-Prime

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Synopsis for "Doom's Day"

Superboy-Prime shows up at the Kent farm in Smallville. He tells Conner that only he has the right to call himself Superboy. Superboy-Prime attacks him and nearly injures the Kents. Krypto rises to Conner's defense and bites Prime on the shoulder. He brutally injures Krypto and then resumes his bloodthirsty attack on Conner.

Meanwhile, Beast Boy visits the Doom Patrol at their new headquarters in Key Mordaz, Florida. None of the DP members ever recall seeing them before. Beast Boy asks how Elasti-Girl is still alive, but she has no recollection of ever being anything but. The Chief tells Gar that he has had a dream wherein he envisioned the Doom Patrol's demise at the hands of General Zahl.

Shortly thereafter, the Titans learn about the Superboy fight in Smallville. They call in every hero available including the Doom Patrol, the JSA and the Titans reserve members. Jay Garrick, Wally West and Kid Flash scoop up Superboy-Prime and race away with him. The rest of the heroes follow suit and begin fighting him again in Keystone City.

Speedy fires a special Phantom Zone arrow (that she acquired from Arsenal) at Superboy. As the missile strikes him, Superboy is thrust into the Phantom Zone. However, his super-strength is sufficient for him to break free. This causes reality to change again, where the Doom Patrol remember their previous adventures, Elasti-Girl's death, and Beast Boy's time on the team. The former hero goes berserk and begins slaughtering heroes. He kills Wildebeest, Pantha and Bushido, and cuts off Risk's arm with his heat vision. The super-speed characters grab a hold of him once again and throw Superboy-Prime directly into the Speed Field.


  • This book was first published on January 11, 2006.
  • This issue is an Infinite Crisis crossover.
  • Cyborg is the only active Teen Titan that does not appear in this issue.
  • This issue contains many flashback panels illuminating the history and career of the Doom Patrol.


  • Marlo Alquiza is given cover credit despite having no involvement with this issue.

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