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Okay.  I haven’t been keeping up with the Futures End crossovers.  Honestly, I found the thing a little confusing and kind of boring.  So I passed after the first issue of Futures End.  So this kind of came out of nowhere for me.  Had it not been for tumblr, I wouldn’t have even known Captain Atom returned to the DC Universe.  I guess I’m not the superfan I thought I was.

Because I haven’t read the crossovers or even tried to follow any of the storylines, I can’t really give this book the attention it deserves.  However, if you really want the low-down on Futures End right now, click this link.  Shag (Firestorm Fan) enlisted the aid of fellow match-head Tim Wallace in sorting through the whole thing.

So here’s Cap’s return to glory (maybe):

This issue was written by Jeff Lemire with pencils and inks by Jed Dougherty.  The covers (see below; they aren’t exactly variants but a holographic-3D-image-thing) was the work of Mike McKone and Gabe Eltaeb.

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