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NYCC 2017: DC's 'The Terrifics' explores the unknown and tests the limits of the DC Universe

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NYCC 2017: DC’s ‘The Terrifics’ explores the unknown and tests the limits of the DC Universe

Embracing the spirit of exploring the unknown and testing the limits of the boundaries of the DC known Universe.

The New Age of DC Heroes brings seven new books, new heroes and new villains to the DC universe! Coming this February is The Terrifics, written by Jeff Lemire and illustrations by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado.

Jeff Lemire wasn’t in attendance so Snyder outlined the book’s origins. Lemire pitched an idea to Snyder to address how expansive the DC Universe is and deal with the science of it. Lemire’s book is in the spirit of exploring the unknown and testing the limits of the boundaries of the known DC Universe.

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The entire run will be priced at $2.99, every issue will have the same cover and for the first time ever, three-fold vertically folding covers.

NYCC 2017: DC's 'The Terrifics' explores the unknown and tests the limits of the DC Universe

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