Sequence of Events
The origin of the Furies, all the last of their races. Czarnia-2 was a paradise but segregated. On the surface, a young woman sells scrap. She knows Lobo, a hunter. Above the Veil, the high caste lives, keeping medical access restricted; the woman's parents are ill. She begins raiding the temples of healing, is imprisoned and found to be a carrier of disease, a pox. When Apokolips nears, the high caste promises to cure her parents if she'll deliver disease to kill Darkseid. They fill her with more disease. Desaad (who has a normal face) is immune but Parademons fall to it. He tells her the high caste has begun murdering those below, and offers her a new mission as Pestilence. On Warworld, Mongul's star gladiator, a giant female, performs for Steppenwolf. She is a glutton and craves death. Steppenwolf offers her a Fury's job as Famine and she leaves Mongul, beating him on the way out. On Apokolips, Barda, Kazana and others witness a child crash down from above. She is of Tamaran, of imperial descent, and is a vicious killer. All trainees hope to become one of four Furies. In audience with Darkseid, she kills her trainer in an act of love for her master. On Mars, a nurturing mother is the last survivor when Apokolips invades the planet. Darkseid offers to make a new child with her and she becomes Death.
Earth 2 #28 (Jan. 2015)
In Chicago, the Graysons accept help from a woman named Lottie, who takes them to a supposedly safer camp called Gomorrah. Brutish twins immediately take them prisoner and Johnny is sent back to the refugee camp. Their leader has a parademon captive and they make sacrifices to it. Barbara is to be its next victim, but when it's released, it flies off and Dick and Barbara free themselves. Other demons attack as they escape.
Earth 2 #29 (Feb. 2015)
EARTH 2: Worlds' End
Barda and Fury break into World Army base to rescue Mister Miracle. They call a truce. Kahn wants to ally with them for information to defeat Apokolips. He'll trade Scott's captive Mother Box for intelligence. Scott tells them it's pointless but Barda says there is one dangerous way. Miracle finds that the Mother Box is interacting with Jimmy Olsen, choosing him for a specific purpose. The Box also purges the influence of Bedlam from all present, except Fury who'd been deceived for a lifetime. Scott explains that she isn't ready for its light. Fury is angered, wanting to know the truth about her origins and learns about Steppenwolf's deceptions and his murder of her mother. She finds new purpose in fighting against Apokolips. Barda requests Earth's deadliest warriors for the mission to try to open the Mobius Chamber at the heart of the planet. Sloan and Holt have a technology to transport them to Apokolips.
Earth 2: Worlds' End #4 (Dec. 2014)
Green Lantern and Solomon Grundy's fighting is halted by the the essence of the Green, who tasks them with working together and gathering Earth's other avatars. Marella returns to Atlantis to find undead monsters have taken over. She shatters the dome and enlists Ancient Ones to protect the living. She descends to awaken another ancient power, a devil, that's been sealed away. Mister Miracle's Mother Box reaches out to Jimmy Olsen; it tells him he will die. Flash, Hawkgirl, and Dr. Fate battle Famine in London. Fate's spell of reflection turns her powers back onto her. Sloan reveals his Shackleton Assault Craft, a space ship that is invisible to scanners. Holt reveals his Boom Spheres which create a killer vortex of teleportation. Desaad captures Huntress. Lois and the others find another clone of Superman in Geneva.
Earth 2: Worlds' End #5 (Jan. 2015)
In London, Dr. Fate has slain Famine but her powers live on and infect all those nearby. Fate seeks help from Jimmy Olsen and the Mother Box. Marella makes a bargain with an ancient being, Azathoth, under the sea. Others discover an army of Superman clones in Geneva. Green Lantern discovers the avatar of the white is his partner, Sam. Ted Grant steps in to help the Graysons in Chicago. Famine strikes the World Army base. Miracle and Barda sense an attack from the enemy and must initiate their own plan prematurely. Miracle's Mother Box goes to Olsen, who is transformed. Superman destroys Batman's Miraclo and takes lead.
Earth 2: Worlds' End #6 (Jan. 2015)
The Furies convene at the former Fortress of Solitude at the North Pole. Desaad intends to turn Huntress into a Fury. Batman accidenatlly releases the Superman clones. Alan learns the Sam was going to ask him to marry him, but now the avatar denies any link to his former self. The Helm of Nabu "seeks its mate"—the Mother Box. When they touch, Jimmy is swallowed by light and "elevated." The artifcacts disappear inside him. The helmet was a sort of Mother Box as well. He is supposedly transformed into a god. John Constantine departs London for Arkham base where he intends to free help. His spell chooses people to release. Apokolips readies to feed on Earth. On the Shackleton Assault Craft, Mister Miracle senses the change there. Before they can react, Apokolips disappears and booms into Earth orbit, destroying the moon.
Earth 2: Worlds' End #7 (Jan. 2015)
Jimmy moves immediately to restore Khalid. Chancellor Hagen attempts to take command of the World Army, but Major Sato prevents him. She orders evacuation of the planet. In Chicago, people go berserk from the Furies presence. Constantine's spell identifies four allies to release: Henry King Jr., Brainwave; Todd Rice, Obsidian; Jonni Thunder; and Jeremy Karn, Karnevil. When Karn shows his racist tendencies in relation to Obsidian, John kills Karn. Fate absorbs the power of Famine and Flash heads to try to find his mother. He finds her in New York but Hawkgirl is then infected with rage and attacks him. Green Lantern, Grundy, and Sam are attacked by the Furies. Alan attempts to stop debris falling to Earth. Mister Miracle claims Apokolips is desperate, starving, and the impact with the moon scrambled its defenses. the heroes decide to land on Apokolips. The plan is to set nuclear devices across the surface. Lois finds the chest shield from the real Superman. Helena's life monitor goes dead.
Earth 2: Worlds' End #8 (Jan. 2015)
The avatar of the blue is awakened near Atlantis, where it had been sealed for centuries. Constantine and his new allies head for Chicago. People are fighting to board an outbound train, and the Grayson's fight for a spot. Barbara is shot and killed. Red Tornado and Power Girl find the real Superman in Geneva. Thomas lashes out at him for not stopping the devastation for good and Clark bleeds from his punch. Flash's mother tries to soothe Hawkgirl but she can't fight the Furies' control. Fate regains his helmet and arrives with Jimmy and they dispel the rage from the people with a magical thunderstorm that bathes the populace. The Army plants its bombs across Apokolips. Mister Miracle, Barda, and Fury head for the Mobius Chamber where Paternus must relinquish the key. Paternus tells Scott that he has been a pawn, "the son of two fathers, and of none." His giant head is reunited with its body but Scott steals the key from Paternus' head. Scott descends into the Chamber.
Earth 2: Worlds' End #9 (Feb
The origin of the Earth-2 Wonder Woman: On Paradise Island, Diana was already centuries old when an oracle foretold the coming of Apokolips. Diana and her mother had both sinned—they have "slept with the enemy," which is a revelation to Diana. She didn't know Steppenwolf was the enemy. The oracle tasks her with protecting Bruce Wayne and Clark Kent. Minerva appears and offers the Amazons passage away from Earth, but Diana defies her preferring to atone for her sin. Mercury comes to her aid, creating new armor for her and taking her off to Man's World. She witnesses Bruce with his dad at the zoo where they see bats. Thomas is attacked but Jarvis intervenes, then Diana stops the attacker. Diana witnessed Intri visit young Clark and stops her from kidnapping the boy. Intri retreats but sends a blast to kill Martha Kent, which Clark steps in to deflect. When Lois Lane was a girl, she was in the Middle East with her family and received a gift from Mercury and the goddess of the winds, Eurus. He binds the god's spirit to hers to help her "live beyond death." She forgets the encounter.
Worlds' Finest #28 (Jan. 2015)
The New 52: Future's End
Ships fleeing Earth-2 latch onto a beacon from Earth-0 (sent by Brother Eye) that leads Mister Terrific across the mulitversal border. They are pursued by Apokoliptian warships, Mister Miracle asks Red Arrow II (Oliver Queen) to shepherd the civilians to Earth while the other heroes fight off Apokolips. They destroy their own ship to take them out, and are presumed dead. Some troops make it to Earth, but are eventually repelled. The Teen Titans are killed. Red Arrow and Barda are aboard a same cargo ship, escorting civilians. Barda lands in Toronto and goes into hiding. There are millions of refugees and policies are put into placed to register Earth-2 people, by the new Global Peace Agency. In Seattle, Green Arrow meets his own counterpart and discovers that Earth-2 heroes have gone missing—they haven't died. Just before Miracle's ship detonated, Brother Eye emitted a pulse of energy, a teleportation of those onboard to Cadmus Island. The Queens plot Oliver's death, leave a clue for Lois Lane, and begin building an army of Outsiders to attack Cadmus.
New 52: Future's End #21 (Nov. 2014)
Five Years in the Future: Green Arrow fakes his death.
New 52: Future's End #1 (July 2014)
At Green Arrow's funeral, Lois Lane gets his encrypted note.
New 52: Future's End #2 (July 2014)
On Cadmus Island, an OMAC pursues Fury, who's escaped. She's brought down easily by Fifty Sue. NOTE: Fifty Sue first appeared in New 52: Future's End #1.
New 52: Future's End #5 (Aug. 2014)
Grifter learns that Cadmus is holding Earth-2 heroes as prisoners: Fury, Power Girl, Marella, Hawkgirl, Mister Miracle, Dr. Fate, and the Doom Patrol.
New 52: Future's End #9 (Sept.
Emiko Queen (Green Arrow's sister) recruits Big Barda in Vancouver.
New 52: Future's End #10 (Sept. 2014)
Cadmus is also using Earth-2 scientists, including Lana Lang (identified in #14). Emiko tells Barda her friends might not be dead. They're found by Fifty Sue and Deathstroke.
New 52: Future's End #13 (Sept. 2014)
Green Arrow's message to Lois reveals a vision of the captured Earth-2 heroes, even connecting her with the Earth-2 Red Tornado.
New 52: Future's End #14 (Oct. 2014)
Mister Miracle secretly frees himself and disguises his movements while investigating Cadmus.
New 52: Future's End #15 (Oct. 2014)
Fifty Sue adopts Lana as her "mother."
New 52: Future's End #16 (Oct. 2014)
Mister Miracle has detected their implants are growing. Hawkgirl is taken to Doctor Sook to have her implant reprogrammed. She gives a command and an OMAC kills Sook. The prisoners are released from their cells and attack, as if possessed (including Icicle and Vandal Savage?, Obisidian?, Killer Wasp?). Emiko and Barda are met by Diggle and depart for Green Arrow Island.
New 52: Future's End #17 (Oct. 2014)
Emiko, Diggle and Barda arrive on Green Arrow Island, where Oliver Queen was originally stranded. He'd known there was more to the Earth 2 situation that it seemed and began preparing for a secret war, fortifying the island. 1st app. Red Arrow II (Oliver Queen) of Earth-2. Anarchy reigns on Cadmus. Power Girl watches Deathstroke.
New 52: Future's End #18 (Nov. 2014)
Power Girl is possessed by Brother Eye and attacks Deathstroke but halts when Sue intervenes. She has a deal with Brother Eye.
New 52: Future's End #19 (Nov. 2014)
The Earth-2 heroes run free—but possessed—on Cadmus Island
New 52: Future's End #20 (Nov. 2014)
Barda learns of the Arrows' plans, and what happened they day people from Earth-2 arrived. The Outsiders prepare to attack Cadmus.
New 52: Future's End #21 (Nov. 2014)
Badly beaten, Mister Miracle and Fury try to survive, free. Fury had attacked Scott and he managed to remove her implant.
New 52: Future's End #24 (Dec. 2014)
Fifty Sue plans to free Cadmus of Brother Eye's control.
New 52: Future's End #25 (Dec. 2014)
Green Arrow readies for invasion of Cadmus. Mister Miracle is attacked by the possessed Huntress.
New 52: Future's End #27 (Jan.
Lois lands on Cadmus island, fleeing into the jungle from an OMAC she stumbles on the Red Tornado. Fifty Sue conspires with King Faraday; she's hurt that Deathstroke has apparently been in cahoots with Brother Eye without her knowledge.
New 52: Future's End #28 (Jan. 2015)
Lois talks with her counterpart. Arrow's crew land on the island, are immediately engaged by OMACs and possessed Earth-2 heroes. Oliver wants Barda to shut down Brother Eye with brute force. Fury rips Deathstroke's head off. Barda is reunited with her friends and they work together to breach the compound. The island explodes as the Outsiders escape in rafts. Hawkgirl is freed from control. Power Girl is beyond saving, too infected. She, Barda and Red Tornado are presumed dead.
New 52: Future's End #30 (Jan. 2015)
Lois returns to the United States with the story of Cadmus, publicly revealing the rescued heroes. Oliver chooses to remain "dead," his murder pinned on Cadmus.
New 52: Future's End #31 (Jan. 2015)
33 years from now: Brother Eye has taken over life on Earth. He leaves his co-creator, Michael Holt, intact.
New 52: Future's End #0 (June 2014)