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Doomsday Clock Part 2

Doomsday Clock Part 2 by Geoff Johns, ISBN: 9781779501189
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ISBN: 9781779501189
Publisher: DC Comics
Published: 12 May, 2020
Format: Hardcover
Language: English

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Doomsday Clock Part 2

Where or what is the Justice Society of America? Who is Wally West? As the answers to the mysteries plaguing our heroes reveal themselves one thing is certain. Their world will never be the same. With the Earth teetering on the brink of an international super-war, Black Adam and his followers make their move while our heroes are busy elsewhere. Dr. Manhattan has set his endgame into motion. The Doomsday Clock continues to tick toward midnight with the fate of the entire multiverse hanging in the balance. Geoff Johns and Gary Frank raise the stakes with a level of sophistication and depth unseen in comics while seamlessly blending in with Alan Moore and Gibbons' revolutionary tale, Watchmen. Collects Doomsday Clock #7-12

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