Today’s Super Sons #12 by Peter J Tomasi, Patrick Gleason, Tyler Kirkham, and Tomeu Morey sees a quick farewell for Future Batman Tim Drake now All Reformed and Better Now, leaving behind a variety of past and future Titans.
And on his journey whizzing through time and space across dimensions, into all sorts of continuities, reboots, and preboots. For all you DC Comics fans upset that your own particular version of reality isn’t being reflected in the current DC Rebirth, here is a sop, if you will, showing you that all the stories are all there, even if they are out of reach of current continuities. They still remain on the shelf, and there’s the vague idea that one day there may even be a trip back, across the dimensional wildernesses.
Yes, even to that. Grim times. Shudder… but this comic is the antidote to that with Wally West willing to risk the very existence of all of space and time for the sake of…
That’s in the cloud now. Expect Dr. Manhattan to pay a visit or something… hang on, but something has changed. Quick, check the solicitation.
SUPER SONS #12 SONS OF TOMORROW
(W) Peter J. Tomasi (A) Jorge Jimenez (CA) Giuseppe Camuncoli
“SUPER SONS OF TOMORROW” epilogue! Superboy and Robin must face the repercussions of the events of “Super Sons of Tomorrow” and how the emotional toll will affect their relationships with each other, their parents and the Teen Titans. Meanwhile, the past rears its ugly head to haunt Damian Wayne-in the form of his mother, Talia Al Ghul!
RATED T In Shops: Jan 17, 2018
Hmm. So while there is an epilogue, the book isn’t drawn by Jorge Jiminez but Tyler Kirkham, is co-written by Patrick Gleason… and Talia Al Ghul isn’t in it. Could Future Tim Drake have been messing with time yet again?
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