DC introduces a new wrinkle for classic continuity | GamesRadar +

On Tuesday, February 23, DC introduces Linearverse – a new way of looking at the publisher’s 82-year history. Part of the new expanded Multiverse concept introduced in January’s Dark Nights: Death Metal # 7 called Omniverse, where every DC story ever told is in continuity, Linearverse ironically removes the need for why DC Multiverse was created in the first place.

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Spoilers for February 23 Generations: Forged # 1

cover of Generations: Forged # 1 (Image credit: DC)

Generations: Forged # 1 by authors Dan Jurgens, Andy Schmidt and Robert Venditti is the second half of a story that began with a prologue in Detective Comics # 1027 and which continued in January’s Generations: Shattered # 1. A kind of Avengers Forever-like adventure, the story features a team of DC superheroes picked from various timelines, including the original Batman from 1939 just a few weeks into his career, assembled to fight a villain who erases time (for reasons , which is somewhat similar to what’s going on in Disney Plus WandaVison).

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