World's Collide (1994 mini-series) #01 (A Multi-Title Crossover) [SET] — The Rift Between Worlds

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The world of Milestone crashes with the world of DC Comics.

The merging of these two Universes are causing confusion on Both Worlds!

To everyone in the Milestone Universe, DC Comics Superheroes only exist as comic book characters... 

But now they are faced with the real thing! 

With some DC Heroes trapped in the Milestone Universe, and some Milestone Heroes Trapped in the DC Universe, how will everything ever be put to right? 

The Cosmic Entity known as Rift is the key to everything!

 

 

Collecting the Complete "World's Collide Story-Arc contained in the World's Collide one-shot Plus the Crossover DC Comics issues Superman; Man of Steel #35-36, Superboy #6-7, and Steel #6-7 Plus the Milestone Media Crossover issues Hardware #17-18, Icon #15-16, Blood Syndicate #16-17 and Static #14. 

 

 

Superman; The Man of Steel (1991 series) #35
By Louise Simonson & John Bogdanove / Denis Janke. 
“Afterburn”  Worlds Collide pt 1 (of 14)  
The 14-part DC/MILESTONE crossover event 'Worlds Collide' begins this issue. Metropolis has fallen...but Luthor isn't finished yet. And just in case anyone has survived his first strike, Luthor's planted several fail-safes to finish the job, leaving Superman to confront the first of these. Plus, a seemingly ordinary mail carrier named Fred Bentson may hold the secret of bringing the cities of two worlds together: Metropolis...and Dakota!
Hardware (1993 series) #17
By Dwayne McDuffie & Denys Cowan / Prentis Rollins and Joe Brozowski. 
"No Rest for the Weary"  Worlds Collide pt 2 (of 14) 
A postal worker named Fred Bentson has a problem: when he falls asleep, he wakes up in another universe. The universe of Superman's Metropolis, in fact. Alva asks Hardware to investigate and Curt ends up tagging along with Fred on one of his inter-dimensional trips.
Superboy (1994 series) #6
By Karl Kesel & Tom Grummett / Doug Hazlewood. 
"Changing Realities"  Worlds Collide pt 3 (of 14)
Superboy must face his biggest challenge yet when he goes toe-to-toe with the Parasite, a creature that has almost killed the Man of Steel on several occasions. Plus, Superboy meets Fred Bentson from the Milestone Universe!
Icon (1993 series) #15
By Dwayne McDuffie & Mark Bright / Mike Gustovich. 
"Living in a Dreamworld"  Worlds Collide pt 4 (of 14)  
Edwin Alva's exploitation of Fred Bentson's weird dream/reality shifting leads to Rocket's encounter with a strange visitor from another dimension...Superboy!
Steel (1994 series) #6
By Louise Simonson & Chris Batista / Rich Faber. 
"Collision Course"  Worlds Collide pt 5 (of 14)  
Steel agonizes over the decision to kill to end the violence in the streets of Washington, D.C. Then, a lead takes Steel back to Metropolis, where he is drawn into the reality-shifting dangers as 'Worlds Collide!' Guest-starring Superman, Superboy and Hardware.
The Blood Syndicate (1993 series) #16
By Ivan Velez, Jr. & ChrisCross / Rober Quijano. 
"Toys of the Gods"   Worlds Collide pt 6 (of 14) 
Two worlds have been joined, permitting the Blood Syndicate to run amok in Metropolis. This situations draws the attention of the city's greatest hero, Superman, and the resulting battle quickly gets out of control.
World's Collide (1994 one-shot) #1
By Robert L. Washington III & John Paul Leon 
"How Can You be in Two Places at Once, When You're not Anywhere at All?"  Worlds Collide pt 7 (of 14)  
The world of Milestone crashes with the world of DC Comics. The merging of these two Universes are causing confusion on Both Worlds! To everyone in the Milestone Universe, superheros only exist as comic book characters. Now they are faced with the real thing.  With some DC Heroes trapped in the Milestone Universe, and Milestone Heroes Trapped in the DC Universe, how will everything be put to right?  The Cosmic Entity known as Rift is the key to everything!
Superboy (1994 series) #7
By Karl Kesel & Tom Grummett / Doug Hazlewood. 
"Menace 2 Societies!"  Worlds Collide pt 8 (of 14)
Superboy, Rocket, and Static must team-up to take down Rift. Even if they succeed a universe still may die! Guest-starring Superman, Icon, Rocket, and Static.
Hardware (1993 series) #18
By Dwayne McDuffie & Denys Cowan / Prentis Rollins and Joe Brozowski. 
"You Shouldn't a Bit, Fish"  Worlds Collide pt 9 (of 14) 
Rift has achieved godhood, and Hazard and Alva are trying to think of a way to take control of him so they can loot two worlds. They recruit an oblivious Hardware and Steel to help them control Rift's powers under the guise of saving the universe. But, Hardware plans to simply kill Rift to end the threat.
Superman; The Man of Steel (1991 series) #36
By Louise Simonson & John Bogdanove / Denis Janke. 
“A Rift in Reality”  Worlds Collide pt 10 (of 14)  
Superman and Icon battle each other over the newly-merged bridge that joins Dakota and Metropolis while Rift waits in the wings to take on the winner.
Icon (1993 series) #16
By Dwayne McDuffie & Mark Bright / Mike Gustovich. 
"Ain't No Such Thing as Superman"  Worlds Collide pt 11 (of 14)   
Superman and Icon battle each other over the newly-merged bridge that joins Dakota and Metropolis while Rift waits in the wings to take on the winner.
Steel (1994 series) #7
By Louise Simonson & Chris Batista / Rich Faber and Humberto Ramos / Stan Woch. 
"Worlds Collide"  Worlds Collide pt 12 (of 14)  
Disaster strikes when Rift forces Metropolis to merge with Dakota while the heroes of both worlds struggle to prevent total destruction.
The Blood Syndicate (1993 series) #17
By Ivan Velez, Jr. & ChrisCross / Rober Quijano. 
"Mirror Faces Mirror"   Worlds Collide pt 13 (of 14) 
Rift's assault on the connected realities continues as the heroes and villains of Dakota and Metropolis scramble to build a new weapon. But they quickly realize that their best hope may lie in the survival of only one of the two realities.
Static (1993 series) #14
By Dwayne McDuffie & Denys Cowan / Prentis Rollins. 
"World's Collide"  World's Collide pt 14 (of 14)
The cosmic entity Rift may destroy two worlds if the heroes of Dakota and Metropolis fail. But even if the heroes prevail, one world seems certain to be destroyed!