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Krypton: Why Ultraman Is The Boss Of Bosses



JLA: Earth-2 (2000). DC Comics.


JLA: Earth-2 (2000) restored the concept of the DC multiverse. When the JLA met with the Crime Syndicate of Amerika, pandemonium followed. Now, find out why the gangster Ultraman is the boss of bosses.

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  1. […] his power. With quantum superposition, Adam was able to fuse together two dualities: Superman and Ultraman. With their selves fused onto a higher plane of existence, the new being ascended to Nil or Heaven. […]

  2. […] Round 3: Match-Up #8, Dormammu is challenged by Random Team 8. Random Team 8 has Zatanna, Cyclops, Doomsday, Solomon Grundy and Ultraman. […]

  3. […] Bleed was the only substance capable to save a critical Lois Lane. Heroically, Superman merged with Ultraman and became Thought Robot. Successfully, the Doomsday Weapon defeated Mandrakk in Nil and retrieved […]

  4. […] To begin, Justice League Vol. 5: Forever Heroes (The New 52) (Justice League: the New 52) was the turning point of the New 52. With the Justice League imprisoned, Cyborg recruits the Metal Men to fight the Crime Syndicate. […]

  5. […] vampire god Mandrakk. Importantly, Captain Marvel led in the final assault on the Dark monitor and Ultraman, with Superman as the […]

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