WTF DC Universe Presents #19...?

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This is the cover to DC Universe Presents #19. The front cover. What’s on the WTF gatefold you ask? Well some people on the DC message board have been giving it some thought…

  • Peter Muijsenberg · Storemanager at Game Mania

    Between the sword on the cover and the creative team, I think the time displaced-hero is likely going to be Beowulf, as seen in the Sword of Sorcery backup.

Trey Nygma · Top Commenter · Deathscythe at Spartoi

I was thinking something similar

David Yvan Ross · University at Buffalo, The State University of New York

Once I realized that Bedard was writing, it suddenly occurred to me that Beowulf is the most likely choice. He’s from a post-apocalyptic future, which means his mere existence heralds disaster. Bedard promised his 2013 return in the final page of his Sword of Sorcery story. And now that I look at it… FLASH IS BEING STABBED BY BEOWULF’S SWORD!! Mystery solved. DC Universe Presents Beowulf.

Well, I suppose if I did actually know, it would be churlish not to confirm it…

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