New DC artwork shows Director Bones keeping tabs on multiple Multiverse events spinning out of the Future State and Infinite Frontier.
WARNING: The following contains spoilers for Infinite Frontier #2, by Joshua Williamson, Paul Pelletier, Norm Rapmund, Jesus Merino, Xermanico, Romulo Fajardo, Jr. and Tom Napolitano, on sale now.
A multitude of mysteries engulfing the DC Multiverse has been teased in art appearing in multiple DC books released this week.
The art features Mr. Bones, director of the Department of Extranormal Operations, musing over several questions on a tablet. These include references to “Fear State,” the upcoming horror-themed event in the Batman comic line, Grant Morrison and Mikel Janín’s Superman and the Authority, and a question on the fate of Wonder Woman, who became trapped in the Godsphere during the events of Infinite Frontier #0.
The other Multiverse questions on Bones’ plate refer to Oracle assembling a team of former Batgirls, Superman’s son Jonathan Kent struggling to live up to his father’s legacy, Wally West recovering from the inadvertent deaths he caused during 2018’s Heroes in Crisis event, and the return of the formerly-deceased Roy Harper, who is now a Black Lantern. Several of these characters are visible in monitors behind Bones, along with other heroes like Future State‘s Batman (Jace Fox) and Red X.
Director Bones is a reformed supervillain whose organization monitors metahumans in the DC Universe. In Infinite Frontier #2, Agent Cameron Chase from the Department of Extranormal Operations confronted Batman and Superman, hinting that her boss is gravely concerned about the Justice League’s ability to handle multiverse threats in the wake of DC’s Death Metal. The event saw the Batman Who Laughs temporarily take over multiple worlds.
While the validity of Bones’ worries has yet to be confirmed, Infinite Frontier #2 featured a cryptic warning from Captain Atom, with the nuclear man telling Agent Chase that she had no idea “what’s really going on in the multiverse.”
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