- Marv Wolfman (credited)
- George Perez (credited)
- Jerry Ordway (credited)
- Tom Ziuko (credited)
- John Costanza (credited)
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- Freedom Fighters [The Ray; Human Bomb; Uncle Sam; Phantom Lady; Doll Man]; Marvel Family [Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]; Mary Marvel; Captain Marvel Jr.; Uncle Marvel]; Justice League of America/JLA [Flash [Barry Allen]; Steel; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Black Canary; Aquaman]; New Teen Titans [Starfire [Koriand'r]; Azrael; Kole; Changeling [Gar Logan]; Aqualad; Aquagirl]; Justice Society of America/JSA [Flash [Jay Garrick]; Wonder Woman (Earth-2); Power Girl]; All-Star Squadron [Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Atom [Al Pratt]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]]; Alexander Luthor Jr.; Dr. Light [Kimiyo Hoshi]; Northwind; Pariah; Katana; Blok; Supergirl; Yolanda Montez (becomes Wildcat); Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Captain Atom; Nightshade; Peacemaker; Judomaster; Thunderbolt [Peter Cannon]; The Question; Lori Lemaris; Dolphin; Anti-Monitor (villain); Psycho-Pirate [Roger Hayden]; Lex Luthor (Earth-1); Brainiac; Black Manta; Ocean Master; Star Sapphire; Deathbolt; Per Degaton
- The Antimonitor uses Psycho Pirate (whom he captured in issue 3) to control the last 3 known surviving earths' heroes: 4 (Charlton comics characters), S (Marvel family), and X (Freedom fighters), as he begins to destroy their universes while the other earths' heroes from 1 and 2 warn them about the antimatter attack. Alex Luthor Jr. nearly sacrifices his unique matter/antimatter energies to transport all 3 universes into limbo alongside Earths 1 and 2, but Harbinger stops him and uses her powers instead. All fades to black and white as we then see all 5 earths and their universes now in limbo.
1st appearance Wildcat II. 1st appearances of recently acquired Charlton heroes in old DC multiverse (as mentioned in issue 1 notes). 1st full physical appearance of Antimonitor.
References Superman #413 and Justice League of America #242, #243.
- Len Wein ?
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Letters from Rick Moore, Stanley Bronstein, Peter Carisson, Kevin Lawless, Thomas Marquardt, Kent Phenis, Thomas Lakeman, and Alan May.
Includes thumbnail of the next issue's cover.
- Dick Giordano [as Dick] (signed)
- Dick discusses how the editors at DC work together on projects such as Crisis on Infinite Earths.
Includes a DC check list for the week of June 6, 1985.
On inside back cover.