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Doomsday Clock #4

Doomsday Clock #4

$5.50
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Geoff Johns
(A/CA) Gary Frank
The series you thought you'd never see reaches its fourth issue with a shocking revelation about the aftermath of Ozymandias' actions and how they reach into even the darkest corners of the DC Universe. Don't miss the latest chapter by the acclaimed team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Gary Frank!
Date Available: 02/28/2018
BONUS REVIEW by "Doc" Schaefer


Mmmmmmmm, pancakes! Flashback to an abbreviated history of the new Rorschach. But unfortunately, all the bouncing back and forth really makes it confusing as to what is current and what is flashback. So while this issue fills in some of the backstory of what happened after the original series ended and now, it really doesn't move the story along. A few good moments in Arkham do not make an epic.


9 out of 10 doctors might agree, but sometimes it's wise to seek a second opinion. Although my credentials might read "Shawn, Possessor of exactly 0 Doctorates", my notes indicate that this issue was far better than the previous one. In fact, my underedumacated self kind of thought that the quality of this issue soothed the annoyance that comes with the new bi-monthly schedule. My current diagnosis: take two covers and call me in a couple of months...


I give it 5 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Geoff Johns
(A/CA) Gary Frank
The series you thought you'd never see reaches its fourth issue with a shocking revelation about the aftermath of Ozymandias' actions and how they reach into even the darkest corners of the DC Universe. Don't miss the latest chapter by the acclaimed team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Gary Frank!
Date Available: 02/28/2018
BONUS REVIEW by "Doc" Schaefer


Mmmmmmmm, pancakes! Flashback to an abbreviated history of the new Rorschach. But unfortunately, all the bouncing back and forth really makes it confusing as to what is current and what is flashback. So while this issue fills in some of the backstory of what happened after the original series ended and now, it really doesn't move the story along. A few good moments in Arkham do not make an epic.


9 out of 10 doctors might agree, but sometimes it's wise to seek a second opinion. Although my credentials might read "Shawn, Possessor of exactly 0 Doctorates", my notes indicate that this issue was far better than the previous one. In fact, my underedumacated self kind of thought that the quality of this issue soothed the annoyance that comes with the new bi-monthly schedule. My current diagnosis: take two covers and call me in a couple of months...


I give it 5 out of 10 Grahams


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