Convergence #1

    Convergence » Convergence #1 - Domesday released by DC Comics on June 2015.

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    Domesday last edited by pikahyper on 04/04/22 11:21PM View full history

    This is it! The entire DC Universe, from the dawn of time through The New 52, must fight to survive against a threat that bends the Multiverse to its will. Your favorite characters from every era and every forgotten series are all here! But are you going to say hello again just to say goodbye forever? The stakes have never been higher as the heroes of Crisis, Zero Hour, Elseworlds, and more are brought together for Convergence!

    In the first issue of this weekly series, Brainiac has collected cities of doomed and forgotten worlds, who must battle each other – and the losers will be destroyed! But why is he forcing this conflict? Join the refugees from Earth-2 as they unlock the truth behind this world that exists outside time and space and is very much alive! Is Brainiac really in control – or is this planet named Telos an unparalleled force of evil?

    This extra-sized issue is packed with twists and turns and appearances you NEVER thought you’d see – including the heroes from the hit series INJUSTICE!

    Note: Some characters only appear in the backmatter or variant covers.



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    Dome go chasin' waterfalls... 0

    The domes have arrived, and that has given this issue the apt title- “Domesday”. With this, we see more of the different characters interacting like I had hoped for in the zero issue. This issue starts to build the story behind Convergence more, and really gives some more details on what characters are interacting with one another (and this will be played out even further in the pages of the two-part tie-ins, i.e. Nightwing/Oracle; which I will be reviewing after this) and we get som...

    2 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    And the walls kept tumbling down In the city that we love 0

    Written by Jeff & King Scott Lobdell Pencils Carlo Pagulayan Inks Jason Paz You can’t really start things with a zero issue. This led to issues like last week’s Convergence #0 “The God Machine” to feel less than necessary, especially at a $4.99 asking price. It theoretically set things up but really served more as an entry way into the psychology of Telos. The problem is the next issue, “Domesday”, essentially has the same plot: Telos once again monologui...

    1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    "Are we there yet?" "We'll get there when we get there!" 0

    WARNING: This review may contain spoilers!Whether you've been patiently waiting patiently or you've just now decided "Sure, why not?", Convergence has officially begun! What can readers expect going into this one? Well, readers should expect some lack-luster writing, some confusion (for some), and a lot of exposition that leaves with the feeling that we still haven't quite started...The issue opens with the Injustice universe characters fighting Superman, and fortunately, this part doesn't rely ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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