Doomsday Clock (comic)

Flashpoint Beyond #6 review

In the last chapter of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ seminal Watchmen, there is one final conversation between two of its main characters: Ozymandias,…

Flashpoint Beyond #0 review

It’s 2011, and DC needs a fresh start. Flashpoint, written by Geoff Johns, is released. This event is a company-wide movement, propelling DC into…

Doomsday Clock #12 review

No matter how welcome and anticipated they are, endings are bittersweet.  Here we have the final issue of Doomsday Clock, which is a journey…

Doomsday Clock #11 review

Right from the beginning, Doomsday Clock has been endlessly fascinating.  Even if a particular issue is rather slow, there’s still so much going on…

Doomsday Clock #10 review

With the previous issue of Doomsday Clock, I posited that Doctor Manhattan– due to his emotional detachment– may not be considered a human any…

Doomsday Clock #9 review

Can Doctor Manhattan truly be considered a man any longer?  It’s not a question that Doomsday Clock proposes, at least not directly, but in…

Doomsday Clock # 8 review

Superman can move mountains, stop an oncoming train, and restart a dying star.  He can keep up with the Flash in a race around…

Doomsday Clock #7 review

We all have blind spots.  Either willfully or inadvertently, there are things that we tend to turn away from, or things to which we…

Doomsday Clock #6 review

Her name is Erika. She is the daughter of an immigrant. Her father is a puppet-maker. He is her whole world, and he is…