The Terrifics #25 Will Let Readers Choose Their Own Ending… But Not With a 1-900 Hotline

DC Comics is taking a page from Marvel’s You Are Deadpool this February for the milestone 25th issue of The Terrifics. Terrifics #25 by Gene Luen Yang and Dan Mora will be a 40-page choose-your-own-adventure comic, allowing readers to choose how the comic ends as The Terrifics’ team hangs in the balance in a series of life-or-death struggles. Hmm, perhaps they’re taking a page from their own sordid history of letting readers decide whether Jason Todd lives or dies by calling a 1-900 number hotline?

Wait, so if you choose for the Terrifics to die, then is the book canceled for some readers in March while it continues for those who chose for the team to live? How confusing!

The Terrifics #25 hits stores on February 12th. Check out the solicit below, and DC’s full February solicitations here. Or don’t. It’s your choice.

THE TERRIFICS #25
written by GENE LUEN YANG
art and cover by DAN MORA
variant cover by MICHAEL CHO
Choose your fate, choose your action, choose your destiny! In this special extra-sized 25th issue, Michael Holt has dis-covered a deadly hidden enemy, and only a series of life-or-death simulations can bring the threat to the forefront! But when Mr. Terrific lies to his team, how can they trust him again? Don’t miss this epic multi-path journey that puts you, the reader, in charge of the story! Pick your ending, but choose wisely! The Terrifics team hangs in the balance!
ON SALE 02.12.20
$4.99 US | 40 PAGES
FC | DC
This issue will ship with two covers.
Please see the order form for details.

The Terrifics #25 Will Let Readers Choose Their Own Ending

The Terrifics #25 Will Let Readers Choose Their Own Ending

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