SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read FUTURES END #17 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
Who is under the mask? Is it Kal-El? If not the Man of Steel, who?
Have you noticed that we’re doing something a little different this week? No, we’re not all still trapped in the Multiversity, although some of what you see may make you feel that way. We’re talking about one of our favorite things here—DC Nation Shorts!
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read TEEN TITANS #2 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
We don’t need Diana’s lasso to admit that we’re uber-excited about the launch of Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman, the brand new Wonder Woman anthology comic that made its digital debut last week and will premiere in print this Wednesday.
Considering we’ve been writing about it all week long, we’ve probably read the first issue of The Multiversity around a dozen times by now. And we’re not the least bit ashamed to admit that the first time we read it, it kind of made our brain a little dizzy.
All week long we’ve been celebrating The Multiversity, Grant Morrison’s new series set within the DC Multiverse. While it’s possible to enjoy the comic without being familiar with the Multiverse, it can’t hurt to at least know where the idea comes from, and some of the pre-existing comics that have close ties to The Multiversity.
By now you’ve likely seen the sentient comic book ads, our Facebook banners featuring some very different versions of Superman, Aquaman and the Flash, and our interactive map highlighting a few of the different Earths. However, if you’re scratching your head over what all of this is for… well, you’re in the right place.