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SDCC ’10 | DC’s ‘Brightest Day’ poster hints at some dark secrets

DC's "Brightest Day" poster

DC's "Brightest Day" poster

With just two days until Comic-Con International, DC Comics early this morning unveiled a poster for its Brightest Day event. Created by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado and Rod Reis, the poster — in keeping with tradition — is chock-full of clues and Easter eggs, from the pile of boomerangs and the broken trident to Martian Manhunter stoking a fire and Deadman engraving “RISE” on a tombstone. Plus, there’s that whole Hal Jordan-White Lantern thing. And that energy ring-constructed coffin. And … well, there’s a lot to take in.

You can see a much larger version of the poster here.

DC kicks off its Comic-Con programming at 11:30 a.m. PST Thursday with a panel titled, fittingly enough, “DC Nation Convention Kickoff!”

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cactusjac2000

July 20, 2010 at 6:35 am

Ahhh, memories of Countdown.

This can’t possibly dissapoint.

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