DC Comics has released a full version of the Convergence teaser image they teased on Monday, showing off a number of additional alternate worlds which will play a role in the upcoming crossover event.
You can see the image above, and click on it for a (much) larger version.
Among those? It looks like the pre-Flashpoint DC Universe (top left), the world in which most of DC's stories took place between 1996 and 2011.
"On Monday, we debuted a beautiful illustration of Convergence’s villain, Telos, drawn by Carlo Pagulayan and Jose Marzan, Jr. with colors by Hi-Fi," DC wrote to its blog. "However, what we didn’t tell you was that there was even more to the illustration. Today, we’re proud to show you the full piece of art, featuring even more glimpses of worlds past as well as the Convergence logo."
Before you go looking for any clever Easter eggs in the art (there are some, of course), it's worth noting that the life insurance building in the Metropolis skyline is likely just Pagulayan's signature/initials (see Marzan, Jr.'s signature next to it on the building).
Convergence launches on April 1 with a #0 by Jeff King, Dan Jurgens and artist Ethan Van Sciver.