1. Doomsday Clock is a 2017 superhero comic book limited series published by DC Comics, being written by Geoff Johns, with art from penciller Gary Frank and colorist Brad Anderson.
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2. Doomsday Clock dates back to 1947, when the scientists who participated in the Manhattan Project wanted to create a mechanism to warn of escalating global tensions and the danger of global Armageddon.
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3. Doomsday Clock currently hangs in the University of Chicago office of the Bulletin.
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4. Doomsday Clock ticked over to two minutes before midnight in 1953, when the Soviet Union and USA tested new hydrogen bombs within a few months of each other.
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6. In 1947, during the Cold War, the Doomsday Clock was started at seven minutes to midnight.
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11. Doomsday Clock is an ongoing limited edition series, in which a universe of Batman and Superman gets intruded by characters of the dark world of 'Watchmen' by Alan Moore.
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