Comic book colorist Brad Anderson has shared his colored version of an iconic scene from DC Comics history that will be reimagined in the pages of Doomsday Clock #10, the next issue of the publisher's ongoing Watchmen sequel.
The page shared by Anderson features the original meeting of the Justice Society of America, made famous by the cover of 1940's All-Star Comics #3. The Flash, Hawkman, Spectre, Doctor Fate, Sandman, Green Lantern, Atom and Hourman can all be seen sitting around their iconic table, with close-ups being given to Jay Garrick, Al Pratt and Alan Scott.
"Just wanted to post the colored version of [Gary Frank's] amazing art on [Geoff Johns'] Doomsday Clock #10 page, I really enjoyed adding color to this iconic image," Anderson wrote on Twitter.
The uncolored version of this page was originally shared by series artist Gary Frank this past February. However, Anderson's colors help to more vividly bring this modern retelling of such a historic comic book scene to life.
Notably, when Frank first shared the page three months ago, Doomsday Clock #10 was scheduled to be released on Mar. 27. However, the issue has since been delayed multiple times, and is now set to hit comic shops next week on May 29.
Based on the emphasis being placed on this page by both Frank and Anderson, Doomsday Clock #10 may shed more light on the JSA's mysterious absence from DC's Rebirth continuity, as well as the extent of Doctor Manhattan's timeline meddling.
Written by Geoff Johns with art by Gary Frank, Doomsday Clock #10 is scheduled to be released on May 29, followed by issue #11 on Aug. 14.