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DC Comics New comic lineup post-“The New 52”

DC steps up their diversity without Marvel’s Universe-suicide approach
Dulani Wilson 7th February, 2015 Comics
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With DC Comics bring The New 52 to a close, there are a few new titles being ushered into the DC Entertainment’s fold.

cyborg sketch. DC COmics. the action pixel. @theactionpixelOne that particular stands out is that of Cyborg. As part of the DC Entertainment feature film line up set to hit cinemas in 2020, this new comics title may give us a unique glimpse into DC crystal ball at the look and feel of the Cyborg project to come. The comic series will have David L. Walker at the helm, and a unique black voice for a black character will undoubtedly offer up unique interpretations of Cyborg motivations and character.

midnighter cover dc comics, the action pixel. @theactionpixelDC Comics new post-52 resolution obviously has been one of diversity, as Midnighter series, bolstered by Virgil-writer Steve Orlando, is destined to be the first gay male character to get his own series on a major comic publisher.

starfire. the action pixel @theactionpixelStarfire, the loveable skimpy dress alien with red hair and green eyes, is also breaking away from the supporting role shtik and appearing in her own title as well. Obviously alot of what is happening is DC Comics attempt to streamline their stories with modern day society as well as with upcoming cinematic released. With the very quiet DC films in-development rumoured, it just makes more sense why comics like Justice League Dark is being continued under the title Dark Universe. Guilermo del Toro is rumoured to be working on a Dark Universe / Justice League Dark feature.

The Son of Batman Damian Wayne is also getting his own series too as Robin, and parallel to this the We are Robin title is getting its second wind, and based on the cover art, we can expect an army of organised, bad ass team of kids inspired by the doctrine of the Robin, and by extension the Bat. So it’s DKR ending on acid:we are robin Cover. the action pixel. @theactionpixel

Check out the list of continuing and new titles coming from DC below:

New DC titles

Batman Beyond by writer Dan Jurgens & artist Bernard Chang
• Cyborg by writer David L. Walker & artists Ivan Reis and Joe Prado
• Dark Universe by writer James Tynion IV & artist Ming Doyle
• Doomed by writer Scott Lobdell & artist Javier Fernandez
• Harley Quinn/Power Girl by writers Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner & artist Stephane Roux
Red Hood/Arsenal by writer Scott Lobdell & artist Denis Medri
Starfire by writers Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner & artist Emanuela Lupacchino
We Are Robin by writer Lee Bermejo & artists Rob Haynes and Khary Randolph
Justice League of America by writer/artist Brian Hitch
Bizzaro by writer Heath Corson & artist Gustavo Duarte
Prez by writer Mark Russell & artist Ben Caldwell
Omega Men by writer Tom King & artist Barnaby Bagenda
Mystic U (tentative title) by writer Alisa Kwitney & artist Mauricet
Section Eight by writer Garth Ennis & artist John McCrea
Dr. Fate by writer Paul Levitz & artist Sonny Liew
Robin, Son of Batman by writer/artist Pat Gleason
Black Canary by writer Brenden Fletcher & artist Annie Wu
Martian Manhunter by writer Rob Williams & artists Ben Oliver, Paulo Siqueira
Earth 2: Society by writer Daniel H. Wilson & artist Jorge Jimenez
Midnighter by writer Steve Orlando & artist ACO
Bat-Mite by writer Dan Jurgens & artist Corin Howell
Constantine: The Hellblazer by writer Ming Doyle & artist Riley Rossmo
Justice League 3001 by writers Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis & artist Howard Porter
Green Lantern: Lost Army by writer Cullen Bunn & artists Jesus Saiz, Javi Pina
 

New DC titles

Action Comics by writer Greg Pak & artist Aaron Kuder
Aquaman by writer Cullen Bunn & artist Trevor McCarthy
Batgirl by writers Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher & artist Babs Tarr
• Batman by writer Scott Snyder & artist Greg Capullo
• Detective Comics by writers Francis Manapul, Brian Buccelato & artist Francis Manapul
Batman/Superman by writer Greg Pak & artist Ardian Syaf
Catwoman by writer Genevieve Valentine & artist David Messina
Deathstroke by writer Tony Daniel & artist Tony Daniel
Flash by writers Rob Venditti, Van Jensen & artist Brett Booth
Gotham Academy by writers Becky Cloonan, Brenden Fletcher & artist Karl Kerschl
Gotham By Midnight by writer Ray Fawkes & artist Juan Ferreyra
Grayson by writers Tim King, Tim Seeley & artist Mikel Janin
Green Arrow by writer Ben Percy & artist Richard Zircher
Green Lantern by writer Robert Venditti & artist Billy Tan
Harley Quinn by writers Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti & artist Chad Hardin
Justice League by writer Geoff Johns & artist Jason Fabok
Justice League United by writer TBD & artists Travel Foreman, Paul Pelletier
Lobo by writer Cullen Bunn & artist Cliff Richards
Secret Six by writer Gail Simone & artist Dale Eaglesham
Sinestro by writer Cullen Bunn & artist Brad Walker
New Suicide Squad by writer Sean Ryan & artist Carlos D’Anda
Superman by writer Gene Luen Yang & artist John Romita, Jr.
Superman/Wonder Woman by writer Peter Tomasi & artist Doug Mahnke
Teen Titans by writer Will Pfeifer & artist Kenneth Rodafort
Wonder Woman by writer Meridith Finch & artist David Finch

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