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For reasons both good and bad, the release of DOOMSDAY CLOCK #1 is going to turn heads. And we’re here to tell you why.
The end is here.
Friday night at New York Comic Con, DC Comics hosted a special Doomsday Clock panel on the AT&T Main Stage. The event, hosted by The Magicians author Lev Grossman, features Geoff Johns detailing the secrets and ideas behind his 12 issue maxi-series, described by DC co-publisher Jim Lee yesterday as a “sequel to Watchmen,” the seminal 1980s series by […]
This November, DC Comics will release the first issue of Doomsday Clock. The new series, written by Geoff Johns and drawn by Gary Frank, will follow up on the Watchmen-inspired story that Johns began with last year’s Rebirth Special #1. In the lead-up to the start of this event, DC has begun releasing a series of trailers that […]
We haven’t actually watched it but DC just rolled out a trailer for Doomsday Clock, the Geoff Johns and Gary Frank series that finally has the Watchmen verse meeting the DCU. Here’s is a description: Join Johns as he speaks candidly about this thought-provoking new series. From the hints left in DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH, to his […]
Doomsday Clock is an upcoming 12 issue series by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank that wraps up the “button/Watchmen” storylines from Rebirth. It’s Superman vs Doctor Manhattan, which….well, I’m not a big fan of resurrecting the Watchmen characters but that’s how the world goes. Johns knows he’s taking a risk in writing the story […]
In an interview with Blastr, DC Comics Chief Creative Office Geoff Johns revealed the conclusion to a controversial narrative thread that has weaved throughout the publisher’s stories for the last year. Doomsday Clock, a new event book written by Johns, drawn by Gary Frank, and colored by Brad Anderson, will see the greatest DC Universe heroes collide with […]
“I look down at it and know without question: I love this world. But there’s something missing.” In the five years since DC Comics rebooted their universe through the Flashpoint event and New 52 line, the oldest major comics publisher in America has seen its fortunes fall. After being barraged with complaints about homogeneous artwork, constant […]