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DOOMSDAY CLOCK #1 Written by Geoff Johns Art by Gary Frank, Brad Anderson, and Rob Leigh Published by DC Comics Release Date: November 22, 2017 DC Comics presents to you a 12-issue maxiseries from the critically acclaimed team of writer Geoff Johns, artist Gary Frank and colorist Brad Anderson. You are not prepared for what

DC Announces DOOMSDAY CLOCK by Johns, Frank & Anderson

In the most anticipated story of the year, New York Times bestselling writer Geoff Johns confirms Watchmen will make an epic return to the DC Universe this November.  As “The Button” crossover comes to a close in FLASH #22 this Wednesday, the four page epilogue affirms the mystery will continue with DOOMSDAY CLOCK from Johns

52 In 52: WATCHMEN

WATCHMEN Creator: Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons, John Higgins Publisher: DC Comics Originally published: 1986-1987 Collected edition: Watchmen: The Deluxe Edition, 2014 There’s gonna be spoilers. This comic is thirty years old, for Pete’s sake. I might be the only person who’s never read it. That’s right. I’m writing this because I have never read Watchmen.

DC Comics Announces BATMAN-FLASH Crossover: “The Button”

All Four Issues to Also Feature Special Lenticular Covers If you’ve been wondering about how the mystery behind Geoff Johns’ DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH #1 continues, you’ll find out more beginning this April in “The Button,” a four part story arc in issues #21 and #22 of BATMAN and THE FLASH. Courtesy of the Batman team

Read Between the Lines: DC REBIRTH & the Great Side-Eye

30 years ago, Moore, Miller, Morrison, and their artistic collaborators, began the great deconstruction of the super-hero narrative form. That has continued on and off (mostly on) ever since. But there have been very few creators who dedicate themselves to the reconstruction of the super-hero narrative form. Geoff Johns is one of them. In reading Rebirth


BEFORE WATCHMEN: MINUTEMEN #6 (OF 6) Written by Darwyn Cooke Art by Darwyn Cooke Release Date: January 23, 2013 The premier book of the Before Watchmen line ends its run with a conclusion to the tale of the last days of activity for Hollis Mason and his masked colleagues. The Minutemen are no more, but