The end of the world as we know it


So that’s that. Time to pack on up and get on out of this universe.

Today’s date — December 21, 2012 — has long been the source of much consternation for conspiracy theorists of all manners, driving scientists, writers and artists of all types to support or disprove the armageddon it supposedly brings in its celestial importance. For some, unique planetary alignment, interpretations of the ancient Mayan calendar, and random support found in both the works of Nostradamus and the Torah all suggest that a great shift is about to occur — on this, the day to end all days.

Well, as you may have guessed, I prefer to get my deep philosophical understanding of worldwide collapse and rebirth from comic books.

As I described previously, The Invisibles stands as one of Grant Morrison’s most compelling and complex bodies of work, not the least for its tightly woven vision…

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