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DC Comics launches ‘DC Future State’ trailer

‘Discover the destiny of the DC universe’ in new DC Future State trailer.

Ahead of its January 5th start, DC Comics has launched a DC Future State trailer to get fans pumped. The line-wide event will span two months and will feature a combination of twice monthly and oversize anthologies, miniseries, and one-shot stories. The trailer features cover art that has been 3D and digitized with cool effects and some dramatic narration to go along with it like, “Discover the destiny of the DC universe.”

DC Future State spins out of Dark Nights: Death Metal #7 (out January 5th) and will feature new takes on Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman, the Justice League, the Teen Titans, and more.

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