Was that the red sky from Final Crisis #1?
Morrison: Well it could be the start of it, because those red skies have been seeping in for a while, but it’s certainly not happening at the same time as Final Crisis #1. It could be happening a week before or something, but I haven’t exactly specified it. Pretty much every storyline that’s currently running in a DC book is happening before Final Crisis, because the events of Final Crisis are so big, that we didn’t want to see its influence destabilizing major stories already running in the other comics. The whole story of Final Crisis is in that one book and its few tie-ins, and then when Final Crisis ends, the entire range of DC books will be dealing with the aftermath. So if you look at it that way, everything that you’re reading that comes out during Final Crisis tends to be happening the week before the story takes place. IGN Comics: I know with Batman RIP, you wrote the story, and then they built the tie-ins around that. With Final Crisis, did you construct moments in the plot w