Doomsday Clock Part 1

Doomsday Clock Part 1 Review

The world of Watchmen collides with the DC Universe in the most shocking story in DC history! Written by master storytellers Geoff Johns and Gary Frank--As the Doomsday Clock ticks toward midnight, the DC Universe will encounter with its greatest threat: Dr. Manhattan. But nothing is hidden from Manhattan, and the secrets of the past, present and future will leave ramifications on our heroes lives forever.

Something is amiss in the DC Universe. Following the events of DC Universe: Rebirth and Batman/The Flash: The Button, Geoff Johns (Flashpoint, Justice League, DC Universe: Rebirth) and Gary Frank (Batman: Earth One, Shazam!, DC Universe: Rebirth) 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 implicating the U.S. government in creating superhumans to maintain global dominance! But what is Dr. Manhattan doing in the DC Universe? And how is he related to the events of DC Universe: Rebirth and Batman/The Flash: The Button?

Collects Doomsday Clock #1-6

Title:Doomsday Clock Part 1
Edition Language:English

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    Doomsday Clock Part 1 Reviews

  • Chad

    Geoff Johns and Gary Frank continue the story they began in Rebirth. Sorta. I expected this to tie in to the Rebirth one shot and the mysterious appearances to date in the DC universe like The Button ...

  • Chris Lemmerman

    Geoff Johns and Gary Frank continue the story that they started waaaaay back in DC Universe Rebirth, bringing the DC Universe and the world of Watchmen crashing together in ways that enhance both of t...

  • Rod Brown

    I'm conflicted, because I side with Alan Moore in his disagreements and mistreatment at the hands of DC. But this is just sitting there at the library...and it is better than the Before Watchmen title...

  • Dan

    I wish I had the strength to wait for the inevitable complete collection, because there's no way I'm going to remember all of this in seven months when DC releases the second hardcover........

  • Nate

    Maybe Alan Moore was right about leaving the Watchmen alone. Two episodes in I love the new HBO Watchmen show but basically everything watchmen related, with the strange exception of Before Watchmen: ...

  • Jen

    This was definitely interesting. I like seeing the continuation of the story of the Watchmen and the reason for why Oz did what he did makes sense. I liked the addition of the new characters. That bac...

  • Dave

    I am collecting the single issues of this 12 issue series and had the chance to re-read the first 6 issues in a hardcover collection so I took it. Johns and Franks and others have crafted a brilliant...

  • Aaron

    The world of the amazing graphic novel The Watchment merges with its DC Universe cousin in the collection of 6 comic books written by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank. Picking up 7 years after the conclusio...

  • Blindzider

    First of all, the art on this is gorgeous. Gary Frank has really outdone himself. His clean lines and detailed panels are engrossing. His work reminds me of Brian Bolland's art. Frank puts so much emo...

  • Travis

    An attempt to meld the Watchmen and DC universes. Overall, quite successful.Not as good as the original Watchmen, but still fabulous....