Not only is Doomsday Clock is a worthy continuation to the Watchmen narrative but also a redemptive story not unlike that of the Bible.
The parable of the prodigal son teaches that no one's ever really gone. The Rise of Skywalker touts the same radical forgiveness with Ben Solo's redemption.
Why should we want redemption for someone like Kylo Ren? Because he is a reflection of ourselves. LTN writer Brittany Lofland explains how the fallen Jedi mirrors our own failings.
Listening to the new audio drama, McGillicuddy and the Murderer's Pawn Shop challenges us to refuse to accept our brokenness as the status quo.
In The Green Lantern, Hal Jordan’s redemption begins not in saving the earth from a universe destroying cataclysm, but in protecting the lifeforms of the galaxy he has sworn to protect and keep safe.
It doesn't help his nightmares, and it doesn't end the mourning of others, but Dropsy does good anyway.