aztek_the_lost's 52 #2 - Looking Back at Tomorrow; The History of the DC Universe, Part One review

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I am glad to say that once again DC does not disappoint and that I am enjoying the 52 series. I enjoy the fact that this series brings the focus onto the less "important" heroes like Question, Booster Gold and Elongated Man.

I am intrigued by the thoughts of Professor T O Morrow and his relationship with Will Magnus. I really want to see what becomes of these "kidnapped" mad scientists.

I am also liking the mystery of Skeets and how somehow is presumambly messing up the time stream.

To add to this entire story I liked the origin of the DC Universe short at the end of the comic as it helps explain the multiverse of DC.


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