- "Places We Have Never Known"
- Doomsday Clock Vol 1 #2
- February, 2018
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Doomsday Clock Vol 1 #2
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- Although there are vast differences between our Earths, the greatest divergent is the sheer number of men and women wearing masks. Including some who are entirely fictional on our world.
- — Ozymandias
Doomsday Clock #2 is an issue of the series Doomsday Clock ( volume 1 ) with a cover date of February, 2018. It was published on December 27, 2017.
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In Nite Owl ‘s hideout, Ozymandias gives Marionette and Mime their original costumes, including Marionette ‘s darling perfume. As the match gets dressed, on the Owlship Ozymandias shows the “ new ” Rorschach a tape : mime and Marionette were robbing a bank when they were stopped by the appearance of Dr. Manhattan. Mime threatened Manhattan with his inconspicuous gunman and when the superhuman was about to kill him, Marionette stood between them as a living carapace for her beloved. Manhattan queerly stopped and went away, as the guards arrested the duet. Ozymandias explains to Rorschach that this must mean that Marionette shares some kind of chemical bond with the divine creature, so she ‘s coming along in the search for him to make him realize they need him second. Unbeknown to the two spectators, though, Manhattan did n’t kill Marionette because he heard inside her belly the blink of an eye of her son she and Mime immediately watch in photograph with understanding.
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As the Owlship takes flight, Ozymandias explains to his fellow travellers that Dr. Manhattan ‘s classifiable blue color is caused by electrons leaking from his soundbox. He was able to build a machine that can track the trail left by those electrons, and frankincense to follow him in whichever reality he hid in via Quantum Tunneling. At the accurate same clock time of the explosion of the atomic bomb on Manhattan, Ozymandias teleports the team to a new, unknown world. In the population where the Owlship landed, in Gotham City, Bruce Wayne takes a Rorchach test to establish his genial stability as requested by the Wayne Enterprises display panel. As he does n’t seem excessively bothered by his occupation problems and more about the Mad Hatter being loose, Lucius Fox reminds him that if they do n’t stay shrill, the board could sell the ship’s company to LexCorp, thus putting in hazard their “ side project ”, his life as the vigilante Batman. In the streets, protesters demonstrate against superheroes after the explosion of the “ Supermen Theory ” conspiracy. Bruce does n’t care about that and goes dressing up. The Owlship passes through the Batsignal in Gotham, crash-landing in an abandon entertainment park. Ozymandias wakes up Rorschach and together they decide to investigate the plaza while handcuffing Mime and Marionette to the ship until they are needed, to Marionette ‘s contempt. Rorschach asks Ozymandias if it ‘s very necessity to bring along his lynx, but he answers that she ‘s more than a mere pet, she ‘s “ the compass “. As they roam the streets of Gotham, Ozymandias has an mind : they ‘ll learn faster and better about this world at the Public Library. There, the two misfits find out about the humongous number of superhumans living in this reality and they notice that some of them are fictional characters in their own world. They argue that this may mean that Manhattan created them or acts like one, in disguise. ultimately, they resolve to go spill to the two smartest people on this worldly concern : Bruce Wayne and Lex Luthor. Veidt chooses to meet with Luthor, as he believes him to be the smartest of the two. Rorschach breaks into Wayne Manor and eats Bruce ‘s pancakes prepared by Alfred. He then takes small time to find out about the secret passing to the Batcave behind the pendulum clock. meanwhile, Batman is busy knocking out the Mad Hatter and his accomplices, when he ‘s notified of a strange entering his secret base. Lex Luthor gets out of one of his lab after a fail experiment, and fires every scientist about. When he enters his study, he finds Ozymandias admiring one of his paintings. The strange introduces himself as the smartest world on his earth come to talk with the smartest man of this one, so before calling security Luthor intends to listen to what he has to say. back on the Owlship, Marionette complains about the situation, so mime remembers he took along his ( inconspicuous ) lockpick, smiling. At the same time, Rorschach explores the cave, concluding that only a giant would keep as many trophies of the past as this Bruce Wayne ; Ozymandias, alternatively, explains the design that ruined him to Luthor, who ‘s amazed that the self-proclaimed smart man of that worldly concern would consider it as a adept idea. Ozymandias cuts the fib short, telling Luthor he knows they are alike and that they could help each early obtain what they desire. on the spur of the moment, Ozymandias is shot at by Edward Blake, a.k.a. the comedian, apparently back from the dead. meanwhile, Batman reaches his mysterious stranger, who admits to eating his breakfast.
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Mime and Marionette have opened their handcuffs, meaning they are roaming loose.
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- Lucius Fox states that a “Superman theory” has turned the world upside down and that it started with Kirk Langstrom and Rex Mason.
- The supplemental information section (in the form of a web page from The Bulletin dated Dec 7, 2017) reveals that the “Superman theory” revolves around the idea that the US government had hands in the origins of metahumans and is the result of research by Dr. Helga Jace into why so many metahumans were Americans.
- According to Watchmen #5 the government took the side of the comic book companies “in an effort to protect the image of comic book-inspired agents in their employ”. However EC’s wild success with pirate-themed horror comics resulted in National Comics (DC) going into that genre with their own series Tales of the Dark Freighter. There is no mention of there being a Silver Age revival of the superhero genre on the Watchmen Earth.
- The amusement park where the Owlship crash-lands is a reference to Batman: The Killing Joke (another Alan Moore work alongside Watchmen). It references the location bought by the Joker for Gordon and the toy-elephant seen in the low left side of a panel looks like the one ridden by the owner of the park.
- When Rorschach moves the pendulum clock in Wayne Manor, the clock strikes three minutes before midnight, just like the Doomsday Clock in Prime Earth, as the article at the end of the comic explains.
- When the bomb drops, someone exclaims, “Look, up in the sky!” and asks if it’s a plant, which is from the narration to The Adventures of Superman TV series.
- The Nathaniel Dusk mentioned was played by Carver Colman and was part of a movie series that ended in 1954 with The Adjournment which was directed by Jacques Tourneur. Carver Colman was murdered shortly before the film came out.
- The Gotham public library Ozymandias and Rorschach II visit has busts of Ernest Hemingway, Virginia Woolf, and Vladimir Mayakovsky atop its entrance.
- There is an oblique reference to Gotham City being a nickname for New York City. It was used by Washington Irving and was picked up by others such as Mike Wallace: Gotham: A History of New York City to 1898.