SDCC 2015: Multiversity Too Series Joins Earth One As OGN Program! Convergence Reboots DC Comics Multiverse As Its Infinite Not 52!

San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) International 2015 gave us news how DC Comics woudl captialize on its expanded post-Multiversity and moreso post-Convergence multiverse. Writer Grant Morrison returns to a new graphic novel line, a la Earth One, to bring readers Multiversity Too. And, it appears the multiverse is bigger than we thought!

Check out DC Comics’ news release!

    Comics Icon to Continue Pen New Stories Based on Critically-Acclaimed Multiversity Comics and Multiversity Guidebook, plus New Adventures with the Dark Knight

    The Multiversity #2 cover reveal preview spoilers 2During his “Multiversity and Beyond” panel at COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL: SAN DIEGO 2015, critically-acclaimed writer Grant Morrison introduced fans to two of his upcoming projects for DC Entertainment.

    Morrison revealed “MULTIVERSITY TOO,” a line of original graphic novels based on his groundbreaking and bestselling titles from “The Multiversity” series of monthly comics and his “MULTIVERSITY GUIDEBOOK.” Fans will experience stories from throughout the 52 (or more?) worlds that make up Morrison’s Map of the Multiverse and whether it’s the further adventures of Earth-4’s PAX AMERICANA, the New Reichsmen of Earth-10, the female-led Justice Guild of Earth-11 or even one of the seven “unknown worlds,” everything is fair game!

    The series begins in 2016 with MULTIVERSITY TOO: THE FLASH. But from which earth is anyone’s guess!

The DC Comic news release also covered news on Grant Morrison’s next Batman: Black and White OGN program too.

Over at CBR, Grant Morrison’s SDCC reveal was game-changer for how readers see the DC Comics multiverse:

    “Multiversity Too isn’t what you think it is. It’s not a follow-up. All these years since 1987 I’ve been trying to get the Multiverse back. If you imagine that Multiverse map is one bubble of 52 universes. There are more bubbles of 50 or 100 universes.”

So, we have an infinite multiverse again!

What do you think?

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