COMICS: Artist Of Mark Millar's CHRONONAUTS Explains Genius Optical Illusion On Issue #1 Cover

Forget that stupid dress! Chrononauts artist Sean Gordon Murphy included an optical illusion on the cover of the first issue of Mark Millar's new series which only around 1 in 15 people are able to see. Are you one of them? Hit the jump to find out, and to learn how it was created...

Chrononauts is the latest series from Kick-Ass and Kingsman: The Secret Service creator Mark Millar, and he will be joined by A-List artist Sean Gordon Murphy (The Wake). The first instalment goes on sale this Wednesday, but a clever optical illusion on the cover of the first issue is getting everyone on Twitter talking! I'm not sure about you guys, but all I see here is a broken clock face with no hands. However, as you can see below, a very small percentage see something else entirely.

Which side do you fall on? Check out the Tweets below for the image and explanation, then let us know your thoughts in the usual place. Chrononauts features a bromance for the ages! Corbin Quinn and Danny Reilly are two buddies who love to have fun. They're also scientific geniuses. When their research leads them to a time-traveling adventure, will they use their knowledge for the good of all mankind? Or use the space-time continuum for their own ends? This is the story of man's first, televised steps through the time-stream and everything going wrong in the process. 

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