Convergence #0

    Convergence » Convergence #0 - The God Machine released by DC Comics on June 2015.

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    The God Machine last edited by pikahyper on 04/04/22 11:21PM View full history

    Where do worlds go when they die?

    The Earthquakes felt round the Multiverse, Superman’s lost days after “Doomed,” the World’s End – all these points will converge as the history of the DCU is spun from a new perspective, the perspective of a mad god and his arrogant child. The biggest story in DC history ties into literally every DC story ever told – and it all begins here.

    Kingdom Come, Red Son, Wild West Justice League, Captain Carrot and the Zoo Crew – all the worlds you remember can still be found on Telos. Everything matters. Every story matters.

    Don’t miss the start of DC’s April/May 2015 event with this special issue!

    Note: Most characters appear in the "Who's Who in Convergence" backmatter or on variant covers.



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    I am Who? 0

    Written by Dan Jurgens Pencils Ethan Van Sciver Inks Ethan Van Sciver Colored by Marcelo Maiolo Written by Dan Jurgens, Convergence #0 “The God Machine” doses the requisite setup for the event to really begin next with issue #1. Jurgens and artist Ethan Van Sciver deliver a disorienting book that tells the origin of the Planet Incarnate, Telos by what is essentially one big villain monologue, in a story powered by dream logic. Set outside the confines of time and space, “The G...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Back to the past/present/future 0

    Im not very sure of what does this issue tries to accomplish. It surely introduces Telos albeit in a very confusing way but I see little elseWe follow Superman moments after the ending of the Doomed storyline as he is being tortured/tested by Brainiac, but not any Brainiac, ULTIMATE BRAINIAC!!! who tells Superman about theMultiverse and hao he is his biggest threat; and while Brainiac is away bottling Futures End Metropolis, Superman escapes and after battling Brainiac's personality disordered h...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Brains over Brawn... 0

    DC comics is moving their offices across the country, and in the interim of that move, we get a major (hopefully) event from DC comics that spans the entire universe, supplanting your regularly scheduled monthly titles with an eight-issue (nine, if you count this “zero issue”) and a bevvy of two-issue miniseries tie-ins. I have been very vocal in the past about my dislike of the way DC comics goes tie-in heavy with their event books, and that I have even suffered from “event fa...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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