52, Vol. 1 by Geoff JohnsAfter the events rendered in Infinite Crisis, the inhabitants of the DC Universe suffered through a year (52 weeks; hence the title) without Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. How does one survive in a dangerous world without superheroes? This paperback, the first of a four-volume series, begins to answer that perilous question? Nonstop action amid planetary anarchy.
52 (2006-2007) Issues 1 - 13
52 VOLUME ONE
The series covers much of the DC Universe , and several characters whose disparate stories interconnect. The story is directly followed by the weekly limited series Countdown to Final Crisis. It was the first weekly series published by DC Comics since the short-lived anthology Action Comics Weekly in — The use of a weekly publication format is unusual in the North American comics industry, traditionally based upon a monthly publication. The record was previously held by Action Comics Weekly. The story was originally conceived as being a chronicle of what happened in the "missing year" between the end of Infinite Crisis and the beginning of One Year Later.
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By admin. On November 24, In Uncategorized. On paper 52 seems like madness. The plan was simple: DC would bring together five of the best creators in the business and they would publish a weekly coming for one year.
Jones provides the illustrations for all fifty two covers. Jones and Alex Sinclair provided the cover art for all fifty two issues. Initially, the purpose of the title was to fill in the missing gaps of time between Infinite Crisis and the One Year Later event. The focus of the title changed midway through publication, centering less on the chronology of the DCU, and more on the singular stories of the title's focus characters. Along the way, brand new characters were introduced, not all of whom survived the duration of the series. Their year-long heroic hiatus was directly tied to events that took place during Infinite Crisis. In Infinite Crisis 7 , Superman exposed himself to a massive dose of red solar radiation in order to defeat Superboy-Prime.