DC Announces Brightest Day Aftermath: The Search


DC Comics has announced that following the events of the climax of their 26-part bi-weekly event series, Brightest Day, the story will continue in Brightest Day Aftermath: The Search - a three-part mini-series, launching in June.

The mini will be written by Jonathan Vankin and drawn by Marco Castiello, and will chronicle the fallout of Brightest Day - “the new protector of Earth has been chosen - but one reluctant hero makes a return to try and convince Batman, Superman and the rest of the DC Universe’s heroes that this may not be a good thing at all.”

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  1. [...] in March, DC solicited a title called Brightest Day Aftermath: The Search, (see here), with a mysterious cover that showed Superman, Batman, and two blacked-out characters. Then, [...]

  2. [...] And lastly, Brightest Day Aftermath: The Search #1 is the first of three issues detailing the fallout of that event and the integration of John Constantine and Swamp Thing into the DC Universe. DC are being mighty shady on this one so no previews, but here’s the cover. [...]

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