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Doomsday Clock #11 Review

As thing's start to wrap up, we are put on the edge of our seats to see a once in a lifetime encounter unfold.

A world of extremes impossible to reconcile. One full of hope…and at the same time despair.

Ozymandias (Adrian Veidt)

Written by: Geoff Johns
Art by: Gary Frank
Colours by: Brad Anderson
Letters by: Rob Leigh
Covers by: Gary Frank and Brad Anderson
Release Date: September 4, 2019

Dr. Manhattan has been lurking far away from the action – until the finale of this issue. I won’t go too deep into the issue – because it must be read in it’s entirety to be fully appreciated.

John’s has been having up and downs with this series (and its delays). Mixed reviews in issue past were unanimous with the story lacking in certain issues and pacing problems in others. This issue is a polar opposite and keeps you clinging on each and every dialog bubble. The action is quick and direct, with jumping points keeping excitement brewing throughout.

Gary Frank has been solid throughout this entire run. Character’s are sharp and filled with emotion, backgrounds are vivid and encapsulating, and action scenes are thrillingly encapsulating.

Doomsday Clock started off solid and had a few hiccups throughout the middle – as we near the end, we see the genius of this series and the work of the team. As thing’s start to wrap up, we are put on the edge of our seats to see a once in a lifetime encounter unfold.

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Doomsday Clock #11

$4.99
10

Writing

10.0/10

Art

10.0/10

Pros

  • Johns & Frank knock it out of the park!

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