An Earlier DC Version Of Channel 52…

So today’s DC comic titles have an ad for something called Channel 52, which looks like some kind of upcoming regular internal communication from DC to its readers, by way of a fictional gossip-led newsroom set within DC Continuity.

But it’s not the first Channel 52 at DC Comics. I’m not even talking about Dan DiDio’s shouts from the basement.

I mean Channel 52, as appeared in DC’s Pray For Death, published through Zuda, with the first issue still available free on ComiXology.

Is it just possible Ricardo Quarec may make a return appearance?

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