EVIL WINS: EW.com Posts Five "Final Crisis" Pages

EW.com premiered this morning an exclusive first look at five pages from DC Comics' "Final Crisis" #1 by Grant Morrison and JG Jones. On sale May 28, the seven-issue miniseries is the follow-up to 2005 "Infinite Crisis," itself a sequel to 1985's "Crisis on Infinite Earths," and is touted by Morrison and DC as "the day Evil won."

The first of a three-part series of "Final Crisis" features, each page of the EW.com preview comes with its script counterpart, presented in the famously loathsome Comic Sans typeface because, apparently, that's just what you're meant to do when producing a feature about comic books. Additionally, EW.com has made available a page from May 14's "Final Crisis Sketchbook," featuring JG Jones' redesign of the villain Darkseid with accompanying text by Morrison.

For more on "Final Crisis," check out CBR's interview with writer Grant Morrison.

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