Doomsday Clock Vol. 1
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Doomsday Clock Vol. 1

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Gary Frank Publisher: DC Comics Hardcover: October 2, 2019, $24.99 Issues: 6, Issue Reviews: 691
8.5Critic Rating
7.1User Rating

Something is amiss in the DC Universe. Following the events of DC Universe: Rebirth and Batman/The Flash: The Button, Geoff Johns and Gary Frank reunite to rewrite the past and future of the DC Universe in a story hailed as a masterpiece!
Seven years after the events of Watchmen, Adrian Veidt has been exposed as the murderer of millions. Now a fugitive, he has come up with a new plan to save his once-adoring world: find Dr. Manhattan. Alongside a new Rorschach and the deadly Mime and Marionette, he arrives in the DC Universe and finds it on the brink of collapse. International tensions are running rampant with the Supermen Theory implicat more

  • 8.0
    Bleemak Oct 28, 2019

    It is not a masterpiece yet, but it is intriguing and interesting. Art is amazing, writing is pretty good. But these first 6 issues are just setting the pieces, so I am waiting for the next volume.

  • 7.5
    MovieCanyon Nov 14, 2019

    I have my problems but it's good so far. Geoff Johns basically does his best to write a story that has to act as a sequel to Watchmen while also work as a big DC universe event. And I think he does do a good job. Art by Gary Frank is great as always. I also enjoyed a lot of the new characters. Problems I had were that it felt a bit too fanservice-y. It felt like a fanfiction at times. It also feels like it's trying waaaay too hard to emulate the feel of Watchmen. This series isn't as good as Watchmen and never would've been, so it's a bit unfair to compare them. But as a Watchmen sequel it's fine. As a DC event it works better. But it's a decent first half and I can't wait to see it hopefully more developed in Vol 2.

  • 3.5
    MKW69 Oct 9, 2019

    Boring as hell.

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  • 8.0
    Maker Oct 2, 2019

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