New Details, Art Released for Morrison's "Multiversity," "Wonder Woman Earth One"

Fri, May 10th, 2013 at 5:24am PDT | Updated: May 10th, 2013 at 9:25am

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Stephen Gerding, Senior Editor
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Zap2It debuted art and the first word in a long time from DC Comics about two of Grant Morrison's upcoming projects: "Wonder Woman Earth One" and "Multiversity."

The former is DC's latest foray into the out of continuity "Earth One" graphic novels, following the successful "Superman Earth One" and "Batman Earth One" installments. The OGN will clock in at 120 pages and tell a version of the origin of Wonder Woman, starring Diana and her mother, Queen Hippolyta, who is featured in the art below.

"Multiversity" is a nine-issue series -- book-ended by two more issues -- exploring the DC Multiverse, each issue telling a story about a different character from a different Earth. The art below is by Cameron Stewart from the issue titled "Thunderworld," which is obviously the newest incarnation of DC's Earth Fawcett, the Earth based on Captain Marvel and his family. Morrison told Zap2It that this issue is all-ages friendly. Morrison previously discussed "Multiversity" and revealed art from artist Frank Quitely's Earth Charleton issue during last year's MorrisonCon.

An early look at "Multiversity" (R) and "Wonder Woman Earth One"

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