DC Comics Unveils a First Look at ‘Convergence’

DC Comics first announced Convergence earlier this week on Monday, November 3. Convergence will be a 9-part weekly series written by Jeff King (White Collar) and Dan Jurgens (The New 52: Futures End), and drawn by Carlo Pagulayan (Hulk), Stephen Segovia (Unity), and Ethan Van Sciver (Batman: The Dark Knight). Now DC has unveiled the first full teaser image for the upcoming event illustrated by Carlo Pagulayan and Jose Marzan, Jr. with colors by Hi-Fi. Check it out.


At the center of the image is the main villain of Convergence, Telos, surrounded by several different incarnations of the DC multiverse, as well as the official logo for the event. In addition to the 9-part weekly series, 40 2-part miniseries will be published as tie-ins created by various writers and artists.

According to DC Comics, those who have “been reading The New 52: Futures End and Earth 2: Worlds End” have been waiting for this moment to come.

All things converge as readers get to experience the DC multiverse like never before—hundreds of heroes, hundreds of villains, numerous worlds, and universe altering events all in one place, one time.

While events in The New 52: Futures End and Earth 2: Worlds End may have been leading up to Convergence, DC has already dropped hints of whats coming in the recently concluded event Superman: Doomed and, of course, Grant Morrison’s The Multiversity. Judging from the new promo image DC will explore their entire Multiverse filled with universes thought lost after their New 52 relaunch in 2011.

Convergence begins April 1, 2015. Would this be something you’d be interested in reading? Feel free to let us know your thoughts on Convergence in the comments.

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