‘Doomsday Clock’ goes bi-monthly

Doomsday Clock

DC Comics has announced that its Doomsday Clock series will be moving to bi-monthly publication. Following the release of issue three the hugely successful series is making the move to ensure it continues to maintain high standards.

DC Comics own Geoff Johns took to twitter to announce and explain the change.

Delays in the comic book world are not unusual. Event series often face these kinds of delays when sale are so high and expectations are equally so. Whilst the series was envisioned to run for 12 issues over a year this timeline will now be extended to incorporate the change in release schedule.

Are you reading Doomsday Clock? What do you think of the series so far?

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