World's End

World's End

by Margueritte BennettDaniel Wilson Mike Johnson and others

Paperback / softback Publication Date: 15/12/2015

  $42.99
The saga of Earth-2 reaches its cataclysmic conclusion

The heroes of Earth-2 have been brave and bold in their resistance to the forces of Darkseid, but some enemies cannot be defeated. Sometimes the inevitable can't be stopped--and now their Earth is being devoured by Apokolips.

Humanity's only hope is escape. But with Darkseid's legions descending on Earth, it will take the combined might of every superhero on the planet just to give humanity a fighting chance. While Batman and his granddaughter Huntress go searching for Bruce Wayne's secret doomsday contingency, the last survivors of Krypton--Power Girl and Superman--must face their own powerlessness in the face of Darkseid.

While an entire planet fights for survival, the fate of the human race may ultimately come down to one man: Alan Scott, the Green Lantern, chosen Avatar of the Green. But in humanity's final hour, will Alan have what it takes to wield the power of all the Avatars and fulfill his true destiny?

Features writers Daniel H. Wilson (Robopocalypse), Marguerite Bennett (SUPERMAN: LOIS LANE), Mike Johnson (SUPERGIRL) and Cullen Bunn (GREEN LANTERN: THE LOST ARMY), along with an incredible team of artists including Robson Rocha (BIRDS OF PREY), Tyler Kirkham (ACTION COMICS) and many more Collects EARTH 2: WORLD'S END #12-26.

ISBN:
9781401258443
9781401258443
Category:
Graphic novels: superheroes & super-villains
Format:
Paperback / softback
Publication Date:
15-12-2015
Language:
English
Publisher:
DC Comics
Country of origin:
United States
Dimensions (mm):
256x166x13mm
Weight:
0.61kg
Daniel Wilson

Auckland-born Daniel Wilson has always been a fan of food. At 12, he had already decided to become a chef and hasn’t stopped since. Wilson bucked the trend to head to Europe and chose to hone his craft in the USA, staging under chefs like Daniel Boulud in New York.

Moving to Melbourne a few years later, he worked with Andrew Blake in his eponymous Southgate restaurant. More international experience and hard work gained Daniel The Age Good Food Guide Young Chef of the Year 2003, alongside Blake’s Cafeteria colleague Emma Mackay.

He’s done time at Jacques Reymond’s Arintji, as well as The Graham restaurant, and started the successful Huxtable in Melbourne’s Fitzroy, which opened in August 2010. These days he can be found creating delicious burgers behind the grill at one of his five Huxtaburger restaurants.

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