Doomsday Clock: Gary Frank Shares Un-Inked Art from DC's Epic Event

Doomsday Clock artist Gary Frank shared several un-inked pages from the soon-to-be-concluded limited series by him and Geoff Johns.

"Looking back over some of the Doomsday Clock art, I realise how much this project took me in fresh and challenging directions," Frank tweeted, along with his pencils of Byron Lewis/Mothman and Reggie Long/Rorschach II from Issue #4. "Gig of a lifetime."

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"One more from the same issue," he said in the next tweet, accompanied by pencils of an unmasked Reggie Long taking safe haven in Ozymandias's retreat in Antarctica. Then, in another tweet, panels showcase Ozymandias asking for a conniving Lex Luthor's help to save the world while Rorschach looms around the retreat.

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Billed as a sequel to Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' WatchmenDoomsday Clock, which debuted in November 2017, has been notoriously plagued with delays. In October, Frank revealed he had finished pencilling the 12th and final issue, and in November, colorist Brad Anderson said he was "Getting close to wrapping up this bad boy."

Doomsday Clock #12, by Geoff Johns, Gary Frank and Brad Anderson, goes on sale Dec. 18 from DC.

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