Welcome to DC Future State, a two-month extravaganza that reveals what lays in store for the World’s Greatest Heroes! Spinning out of the finale of Dark Nights: Death Metal #7 (on sale January 5), DC Future State will take you on a journey from the near future to the end of time to witness the destinies of heroes like Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, the Justice League, the Teen Titans, and so many more.
In FUTURE STATE: SWAMP THING #1, from the ashes of a terrible war, life blooms anew in Swamp Thing’s image. The remnants of humanity lie in hiding, forever in the shadow of the green god who now rules the planet. When the new avatar of the Green uncovers a stray human, a rebellion is revealed! But this Swamp Thing is no stranger to violent ends, and neither are his creations. If it’s war humanity wants, it will be at their doorstep—and Swamp Thing will never be the same!
FUTURE STATE: SWAMP THING #1 (of 2), “Obsidian Sun,” written by Ram V. with art and cover by Mike Perkins colors are by June Chung and letters are by Aditya Bidikar and a card stock variant cover by Dima Ivanov, hits shelves January 5.
For more information on DC’s Future State, head to https://www.dccomics.com/FutureState.
To hear more about Future State: Swamp Thing directly from Ram V., DC’s Future State Justice: League panel begins today at 12:26pm PT:
DC Future State: Justice League Family
5:26pm – 5:54pm GMT / 12:26pm – 12:54pm PT
Hear what Eduardo Pansica, Robson Rocha, Tim Sheridan, Robbie Thompson, Geoffrey Thorne, Ram V. and Joshua Williamson are doing in January and February for DC’s Future State! Why does Robbie Thompson say the theme of Future State: Suicide Squad is “Amanda Waller Wins,” and will Tim Sheridan reveal who else (or what else!) besides Red X will make the jump from animation to comics and be featured in Future State: Shazam and Future State: Teen Titans? Plus, an incredible first look at lots of Future State artwork before issues hit shelves! Moderated by DC’s Group Editor Alex Carr.
Apologies for the 2nd email. Future State: Swamp Thing colors are by June Chung and letters are by Aditya Bidikar. Thanks for crediting them in your coverage!