There has bee a lot of mystery surrounding the upcoming Doomsday Clock event from DC Comics. However, during New York Comic Con, the publisher confirmed that the series will actually serve as a sequel to Alan Moore and Dave Gibbon’s Watchmen.
Co-publishers Dan Dido and Jim Lee made the announcement during a DC Comic’s Meet The Publishers panel at the Javits Center in New York City. Geoff Johns is writing the story, with art supplied by penclier Gary Frank and colorist Brad Anderson.
The @DCComics co-publishers Dan DiDio and @JimLee holding court. “Doomsday Clock IS a sequel to Watchmen, those characters meet DCU.” pic.twitter.com/n05zwKqlt6— SYFY WIRE (@SyfyWire) October 5, 2017
Dido also confirmed that the tale will be a self-contained 12-part story, instead of being a sprawling multi-issued crossover that connects with other DC series and spinoffs.
So, after more than three decades, are you ready for a Watchmen sequel?
Doomsday Clock hits comic book shelves on November 22, 2017.
Source: SYFY Wire
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