The second issue of the twelve-part Watchmen follow-up/DC universe crossover is upon us, and just like the first, this comic had it's fair share of bombs to drop (both literally and figuratively.)
Things are progressing at a steady pace for the Doomsday Clock series, as the creative team of Geoff Johns and Gary Frank continue to connect world of Watchmen to the DC continuity in a way that is sure to continue to captivate readers the world over.
The first issue alone saw new characters added to the Watchmen mythos, a peculiar revelation for Superman and Lois Lane, the question of who Rorschach is partially answered, not to mention furthering the original Watchmen graphic novel's social commentary in a way that is also very contemporary.
This second issue shows that things are only going to get more intense, as it drives certain plot points further, offers a greater insight as to what has been going on in the DC universe's New Earth to coincide with the Watchmen continuity, first time ever meetings between iconic characters, not to mention a surprise blast from the past.
Without further ado, here are the most significant takeaways from Doomsday Clock #2.
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