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Welcome back, DC's Infinite Earths! Dark Crisis creators Joshua Williamson and Daniel Sampere first interview about the surprise

Joshua Williamson and Daniel Sampere talk about Dark Crisis... on Infinite Earths

Daniel Sampere and Joshua Williamson with Popverse's Ashley V. Robinson
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DC's Dark Crisis is cutting a huge swath through DC Comics currently, and the summer comics event is a big topic of discussion here at Comic-Con International: San Diego 2022 - including the surprise renaming of it to Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths. With three issues on stands and four to go, Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths - now an official sequel to the '80s seminal Crisis on Infinite Earths - has provoked a lot of questions about what's happening and what's to come.

Luckily, Popverse's Ashley V. Robinson caught up with Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths' writer Joshua Williamson and artist Daniel Sampere immediately following Friday's Dark Crisis panel to dig into it.

"The Infinite earths are back. That's the big thing we revealed today," Williamson tells Popverse. "We've been keeping the full title secret the whole time, because we knew once people knew what the full title was it'd be giving away the whole story."

Here is our full 11-minute interview with Joshua Williamson and Daniel Sampere on Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths.

Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths #1 - #3 is on sale now, with Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths #4 (of 7) scheduled for August 14.
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