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DC First Look: Nubia in 'DC Future State: Immortal Wonder Woman'
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DC First Look: Nubia in ‘DC Future State: Immortal Wonder Woman’

DC Future State is a two-month, line-wide event beginning in January that gives fans a glimpse at possible futures of the DC universe.

Earlier today, author L. L. McKinney (Nubia: Real OneA Blade So Black) and Alitha Martinez (Represent) shared a first-look at their Future State Nubia character on their social media, a character to be featured in Future State: Immortal Wonder Woman.

You can see Elle and Alitha’s tweets with Alitha’s reading, “One Down One to Go.”

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Check out the character design below.

Nubia Wonder Woman Future State

Nubia is one of two feature stories that will debut in Future State: Immortal Wonder Woman.  See below for solicit details of the comic book that launches in January :

    • Future State: Immortal Wonder Woman #1-2:

      • Immortal Wonder Woman, by Becky Cloonan, Michael W. Conrad and Jen Bartel

      • Nubia, by L.L. McKinney, Alitha E. Martinez and Mark Morales

DC Future State is a two-month, line-wide event beginning in January that gives fans a glimpse at possible futures of the DC universe, exploring the enduring legacy of DC Super Heroes.

For the full scoop on Future State read our extensive article on it here.

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