Doomsday Clock: The Complete Collection
ISBN: 1779506058
EAN13: 9781779506054
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 13, 2020
Pages: 456
Dimensions: 1" H x 10.19" L x 6.63" W
Weight: 0.81 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

NOTHING EVER REALY ENDS. The world of Watchmen collides with the DC Universe in a story that rewrites the past, present, and future of comics

Dr. Manhattan, a near-omnipotent being from the Watchmen universe, has been using his powers to rewrite the DC Universe--reshaping some heroes' histories, erasing other heroes altogether, and playingwith the fates of the good and evil alike.

But why? What does a godlike being from another worldstand to gain from the DC Universe? The mystery remains, but now that our heroes know they're being toyed with, what can they do to stop it? The clock is ticking.

From Geoff Johns, Gary Frank, and Brad Anderson, the critically acclaimed team behind Shazam and Batman: Earth One, this collection includes the full groundbreaking 12-issue miniseries.

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   A great purchase
This brand TPB collection of the bestselling positively review 2017-2019 DC comics, which I read as it came out by the way maxi-series from the top writerartist Geoff Johns and Gary Frank with all its lows and highs is a great story that I wish was the new status quo launch pad for the DCU and is great for fans collectors I believe.
 
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   Do NOT think it’s Watchmen 2.0 or a sequel
This is the story of how the DC universe meets the universe of the watchmen. It is a very long and drawn out story. The concept is interesting and it does explain the rebirth that DC experienced, but the story kinda falls flat. There are some interesting points but because they have dragged it so long it is lost just. A disappointing read overall.
 
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   Not entirely sure how to feel about this one
I almost gave it a 25, but I feel like a 35 might be the right call. I'm still a little confused about how to feel about this comic book. It's all right, not just bad. But the problem is that.
 
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   It’s a very specific audience
You should read this only if you like Justice League and watchmen. I am not really a fan of either, but I like DC in general and I like most of the individual Justice League members, so I thought it would be fine. I got halfway through the book, and realized that I didn 't know what was going on, so I had to have my ex-boyfriend explain it to me.
 
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   surpsingly impressive
Like many people, i've been interested in how things would play out ever since it became clear that Doctor Manhatten was influcting the DC universe. must confess, i find it confusing, that he can influence entire timelines so easily, since i didn 't think he was that powerful and the nature of how time affects the story can make things surpising. But it is all worth it when Superman and Manhattan meet, and how hope can always come back.
 
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   Time and Good are always being Watched
A great sequel to the story of the watchmen. Through a lot of modern D.C. titles, it can serve as a further reamagining of the multiverse and a good potential for future watchmen storylines. The reason why I do not rate it as full 5 is due to the long complexity of a conclusion. It may serve a satisfying ending to other veteran readers, but can be a real thinker for most causal readers. But again, dimensional cross-great story.
 
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   Thought it kind of stunk, sorry
The authors tried to connect the DC universe with Watchman Universe and Dr. Manhattan and Superman... don 't really think it did. And it was a little odd with Alan Moore's original work.
 
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