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Collision Detected #1 from DC Comics

Collision Detected #1 from DC Comics

Posted in: Batman, Comics, Comics Publishers, Current News, DC Comics, Superman | Tagged: MultiVersus, Steven Universe


First Look at DC Comics’ MultiVersus: Collision Detected #1… with Steven Universe entering Lois and Clark’s bedroom


Multiversus: Collision Detected is an upcoming comic book published by DC Comics based on the game Multiversuswhich combines several Warner Bros characters. Written by Bryan Q. Miller with art of Jon Sommariva, MultiVersus: Collision detected sees Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman meeting Bugs Bunny, Scooby-Doo, Tweety-Pie, Finn the Human, Jake The Dog, Marvyn The Martian, Tom and Jerry, Shaggy, Garnet and Steven Universe. And Bleeding Cool looks ahead… and it starts with kids playing Superman vs Batman as a video game…

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MULTIVERSUS: COLLISION DETECTED
Written by BRYAN Q. MILLER
Art by JON SOMMARIVA
Cover by DAN MORA
Variant covers by MIKEL JAN├ŹN and RILEY ROSSMO 1:25 variant cover by JON SOMMARIVA
1:50 variant cover from TK
$4.99 US | 32 pages | Variant $5.99 US (map material)
FOR SALE 18-09-24
Bruce Wayne, Diana Prince and Clark Kent each wake up in a cold sweat, plagued by strange dreams they’ve had about “the rabbit”, “the star child” and “the witch”. Their investigation into these enigmatic visions takes them to unexpected locations and unusual characters, but none more unusual than the mysterious “rabbit” of their dreams, as they come face to face with the one and only Bugs Bunny. What on earth is going on here? And who in the name of the Multiverse are “the star child” and “the witch”?
The hit video game flows from your screen into the DCU, bringing with it a whole host of friends from some of your favorite universes!


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