Doomsday Clock artist Gary Frank shows a new look at issue #11 that features a lot of the DC Universe's most prominent heroes.
Brian Michael Bendis confirms that his upcoming work on the Legion of Super-Heroes will tie into Doomsday Clock.
Doctor Manhattan clearly prevented the Justice Society of America from ever existing, but his reasons for doing so relate to another character entirely.
The tenth issue of Doomsday Clock finally reveals Doctor Manhattan's motives while completely redefining the DC Universe.
Doomsday Clock #10 digs into the DC Universe's past with the Justice Society, future with the Legion of Super-Heroes, and far, far beyond.
In the back matter of Doomsday Clock #10, fans of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' Watchmen will recognize a clever nod to an Ozymandias scene.
Doomsday Clock is back, and we dig deep into Doctor Manhattan's journey, the ins and outs of Old Hollywood, and the mechanics of DC's Multiverse!
Past continuity reboots have always stuck -- until the next one. With Rebirth, though, this one might be a little more stubborn.
As Doomsday Clock ticks on, Doctor Manhattan discovers which iconic superhero is the center of the DC Universe.
This last week of May, Leviathan rises in Superman, the Doomsday Clock keeps ticking, and the Immortal Hulk rages on.
The DC Universe has been rewritten many times, but it now stands to play a completely different role within the fabric of the multiverse.
Doomsday Clock colorist Brad Anderson shares the colored version of the Watchmen sequel's reimagining of the JSA's first meeting.
Geoff Johns and Gary Frank's comic event Doomsday Clock will be released as two-part collection, with Part One hitting shelves this year.
DC's Doomsday Clock crossover is rewriting the history of the DC Universe and serves as an ambitious sequel to Watchmen.
While they might be set a year apart, these DC event stories are united by one major idea that could determine the future of the DC Universe.
In Doomsday Clock #9, an enlightened Doctor Manhattan finally reveals exactly what the concept of magic really means in the DC Universe.
Doomsday Clock #9 makes a dire revelation and an overall dark retcon when it comes to Firestorm's origin from the '70s.