Kingdom Come is a four-issue Elseworlds story written by Mark Waid and Alex Ross, with artwork by Alex Ross. It is set in the year 2020 where Superman and his generation of heroes from the Justice League days have been succeeded by a new generation of heroes whose ideals are more nihilistic, caring less about the people they're supposed to protect and more about their own egos, and are found even clashing with each other as much as they do with the villains. It is when a major disaster happens when Superman decides to rein in the new generation of heroes in the hopes that they would reform and adopt his generation's ideals of what being a superhero is about. Unfortunately, most of his successors see Superman's ideas of reformation as more of a threat to their own personal freedom and so band together to engage in battle against him, the Justice League, and anyone who is on Superman's side. Matters aren't helped much when Lex Luthor and his Mankind Liberation Front manipulates things to bring about this eventual conflict, including brainwashing Captain Marvel into serving their purposes. And humanity itself has its own answer to dealing with a horde of superpowerful beings bent on destruction: a bomb which they drop upon this unruly crowd that annihilates most if not all of the superheroes. It is then that Superman must come to terms of how superheroes should act, including himself, whether protecting humanity must mean people like him must rule over them.
This mini-series was followed by a related mini-series called The Kingdom, in which heroes that inhabited the reality of Kingdom Come had crossed over into the mainstream reality via Hypertime in order to stop Gog and his murderous campaign against Superman in various realities. It was later followed by another story series called Thy Kingdom Come.
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This storyline exists within an Elseworlds continuity, and as such is not a part of the mainstream DC Universe, although it may be the basis for one of the realities of the 52 Multiverse. This template will categorize articles that include it into the category "Elseworlds Storylines."
SPANK-ed up suicide bombers in "Kingdom Come".
|Game:||Grand Theft Auto III|
|Location:||Liberty Campus, Staunton Island, Liberty City|
|Unlocked by:||Bling-Bling Scramble|
King Courtney wants Claude to collect an Idaho parked in a parking lot in Bedford Point. The car is found out to be a trap laid by Catalina. SPANKed-up madmen will block the entrances to the parking lot with their vans. An endless amount of suicidal bombers attempt to kill Claude. Claude eventually destroys all their vans and the bombers to end the mission.
King Courtney: Listen up! Get over to Bedford Point. There's a stash in an old car I need pronto!
The reward for completing the mission is $10,000 and the completion of King Courtney's missions. The player can return to the payphone to start Bling-Bling Scramble anytime while not on a mission. The Yardies are now hostile to Claude.