“There are adventures pocketed inside moments in other adventures – the life of this wandering Time Lord is truly labyrinthine. He could literally have a century of life or more left in this incarnation between The Waters of Mars and The End of Time, but that would be ‘soon’ to him. It’s all wide open, all relative.”
Sarah Manning discovers that she is one of multiple identical sisters, clones, each raised in a completely different environment resulting in completely different personalities. The first issue of the comic series retells the series pilot in snapshot form, focusing almost exclusively on telling the story from Sarah’s perspective.
“Worlds will live. Worlds will die. And the DC Universe will never be the same.” Oops! Sorry, that’s the other guys, as Stan Lee calls them “the Distinguished Competition.” But what Marvel Comics will be embarking on in May accounts to essentially their version of DC’s 1985 mega-event, Crisis on Infinite Earths.
In the aftermath of World War II, writer and activist, Stetson Kennedy, sets out on a one-man mission to infiltrate the Ku Klux Klan in Atlanta, Georgia. After failing to get Klan members arrested, Kennedy risks his life to pass on valuable Klan information to the producers of the Superman Radio Show.