- I wish I could undo all of the devastation, all of the deaths, all of the despair...but I can't. I can only take away the cause of the devastation -- me.
Appearing in "Death of a Universe"Edit
- Squadron Supreme
- Scarlet Centurion
- Professor Imam (Death)
- Andrew Jones
- Drusilla Jones
- Trina Jones
- Phillip Jones
- Benjamin Jones
- Master Menace (Emil Burbank)
- Black Archer (Wyatt MacDonald) (body)
- Foxfire (body)
- Tom Thumb (body)
- Thermite (body)
- Blue Eagle (body)
- Squadron City
- Temple of Contemplation
Synopsis for "Death of a Universe"Edit
When the living space warp known as the Nth Man was transported to the universe of Earth-712 his power immediately threatened to consume the sun, thus dooming all of the inhabitants of that Earth. The planet's premier team of superheroes, the Squadron Supreme knew they had to stop him.
The infant son of Squadron member Arcanna, Benjamin inherited the mantle of that Earth's Sorcerer Supreme from its former holder Professor Imam and used his powers to contact the Nth Man, Thomas Lightner, offering to swap places with him. Lightner agreed, and became that Earth's Sorcerer Supreme, while Benjamin became the Nth Man and set about repairing all the damage that had been done to various universes.
- The book does not feature a title number nor a regular cover date. However, it is part of the Marvel Graphic Novel line and is listed elsewhere at this site as #55 (of 75 published in all; only #1 to #38 were numbered). The indicia lists 1989 as the year of publication with no month listed.
- The original graphic novel was reprinted in the Squadron Supreme: Death of a Universe TPB collection that also printed a few other Squadron Supreme stories.
- No trivia.
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- Cover gallery for the Squadron Supreme Death of a Universe series
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