Written by IvCNuB4
on Tuesday, March 05 2013 and posted in Previews
As Wotan holds The Flash’s mother hostage, Khalid must finally come to terms with his destiny as Doctor Fate!
Source: USA Today
Be sure to check out USA Today's interview with Writer James Robinson as he delves into the background of the new Earth 2 Dr. Fate, Wotan, and he also teases what's coming up in later issues including:
- A mystery about Kent Nelson's death that will be explored further down the line.
- The mystery of who killed Sam, Alan Scott's lover, which leads into another major arc starting with a big, shocking ending to issue #12.
- The debut of the Earth 2 Batman.
- Sonia Sato, a major in the World Army is "a big, big part of things" Robinson can't even talk about yet in the Earth 2 world. FYI: pre-"New 52" relaunch, Sato was a member of the JSA as Judomaster.
"I want Earth 2 to be a book that you never quite know where it's going to go or what kind of villains or threats the heroes will be facing in the future."
You can read the full USA Today interview here.
Written by: James Robinson
Art & Cover by: Nicola Scott, Trevor Scott
U.S. Price: $2.99
On Sale: March 6, 2013
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About the Author - IvCNuB4
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