The image features the classic Golden Age heroes in a familiar setting.
Manhattan really liked the ending of Infinity War.
Rorschach encounters a different kind of comedian
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 […]