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DC Comics Announces Its 2015 Event, ‘Convergence’ — But What Does It Mean For The DCU?

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Three years ago, DC Comics hit the continuity reset button with the launch of The New 52, seemingly wiping away the past 26 years of stories since Crisis on Infinite Earths.

But like superheroes, no story stays dead forever.

Next April, DC launches Convergence, a nine-part event series that brings the publisher's regular publishing schedule to a halt while bringing characters, places and concepts from DC's past into its current universe. It's also the culmination of the weekly series The New 52: Futures End and Earth 2: World's End, both of which wrap up just before Convergence launches.

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Vampire Batman, Hypnotic Induction, And God: Grant Morrison Talks ‘The Multiversity’ [Interview]

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For years now, DC Comics fans have been hearing about writer Grant Morrison's The Multiversity -- a universe-jumping series of one-shot stories tied together by an introductory and concluding issue that tracks the cosmic monitor Nix Woton as he tries to save multiple universes from an existential threat. Universes that become aware of this threat by reading about it in comic books... comic books that, it turns out, take place in neighboring universes. We first saw artwork from Frank Quitely's installment all the way back in 2012, but the project has been in the works since even before the advent of DC's line-wide 2011 reboot, the New 52 (a name that has proven confusing in the past, but, we promise, never more so than in this interview).

Now it's finally starting next month, featuring auspicious collaborations with artists including Cameron Stewart, Ben Oliver, Chris Sprouse, Ivan Reis, Frank Quitely, and even more besides, introducing readers to a Vampire Batman, a Nazi Superman, a dinosaur cop, "Sister Miracle," an evil comic book called Ultra Comics, and tons of other ideas inspired by the deep history of DC Comics lore.

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High-Resolution Frank Quitely Artwork From ‘Multiversity’

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As we reported last weekend from MorrisonCon in Las Vegas, Multiversity is real! It's happening! It's actually being drawn! Or at least, one piece of it is; "Pax Americana," the chapter of Grant Morrison's multiple universe-spanning superhero series that depicts DC Comics' "Charlton heroes" like the Question, Captain Atom and Blue Beetle in the distinctive style of Watchmen, the classic Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons graphic novel which those heroes helped inspire. The artist bringing this story to life is Frank Quitely, longtime Morrison collaborator and one of the best and most celebrated comics illustrators in recent years. "Pax Americana" is a braze

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‘Multiversity’: Grant Morrison Interview And Frank Quitely Art From MorrisonCon

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Speaking at the "Future of the Third Millennium" panel at the convention he curated and gave his name, writer Grant Morrison confirmed for the MorrisonCon audience in Las Vegas that work is finally underway on his long awaited Multiversity project. The book will be serialized as eight 38-page issues (with

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Grant Morrison Discusses ‘Batman Inc,’ Lord Death Man, and the Alan Moore Interview

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It's been a big year for Grant Morrison. Between starring in a My Chemical Romance music video, contributing to the documentary "Grant Morrison: Talking With Gods," scripting the Vertigo series "Joe the Barbarian," working on a psychedelic indie film called "Sinatoro," and continuing his Batman mega-arc through "Batman and Robin," and "Re

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The Charlton Heroes Who Inspired ‘Watchmen’ to Appear in Morrison’s ‘Multiversity’

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In conversation with British magazine Comic Heroes, writer Grant Morrison confirmed that one of his so-called "Multiversity" projects -- where he and various collaborators intend to explore some of the new DC Comics realiti

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Grant Morrison’s ‘Multiversity’

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Grant Morrison just announced a new seven-issue miniseries for DC called 'Multiversity' about the DC Multiverse, and the idea behind it is wildly ambitious:
"Back when we laid out the return of the Multiverse in

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