The final books have been announced for the September relaunch of the DC superhero books.  We’ve collected the data, and placed it in a nice table for you to check out.

Remember, the tables at Major Spoilers can be sorted, so if you want to sort based on Genre, creator, title, or if you want to search the table, you can do it, after the jump!

TitleWriterArtistGenre/FamilyCover Image
ACTION COMICS #1Grant MorrisonRags MoralesSuperman
ALL-STAR WESTERN #1Justin Gray and Jimmy PalmiottiMoritatWestern
ANIMAL MAN #1Jeff LemireTravel Foreman and Dan GreenSupernatural
AQUAMAN #1Geoff JohnsIvan ReisDCU
BATGIRL #1Gail SimoneArdian Syaf and Vicente CifuentesBatman
BATMAN #1Scott SnyderGreg CapulloBatman
BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT #!David FinchJay FabokBatman
BATMAN AND ROBIN #1Peter TomasiPat GleasonBatman
BATMAN INCORPORATED #1 (2012)Grant MorrisonChris BurnhamBatmanNA
BATWING #1Judd WinickBen OliverBatman
BATWOMAN #1J.H. Williams IIIHaden Blackman and Amy ReederBatman
BIRDS OF PREY #1Duane SwierczynskiJesus SaizBatman
BLACKHAWKS #1Mike CostaKen LashleyWar
BLUE BEETLE #1Tony BedardIg GuaraDCU
CAPTAIN ATOM #1JT KrulFreddie Williams IIIDCU
CATWOMAN #1Judd WinickGuillem MarchBatman
DC UNIVERSE PRESENTS #1Paul JenkinsBernard ChangDCU
DEATHSTROKE #1Kyle HigginsJoe Bennett and Art ThibertDCU
DEMON KNIGHTS #1Paul CornellDiogenes Neves and Oclair AlbertSupernatural
DETECTIVE COMICS #1Tony DanielTony DanielBatman
FRANKENSTEIN, AGENT OF SHADE #1Jeff LemireAlberto PonticelliSupernatural
GREEN LANTERN #1Geoff JohnsDoug Mahnke and Christian AlamyGreen Lantern
GREEN LANTERN: THE NEW GUARDIANS #1Tony BedardTyler Kirkham and BattGreen Lantern
GREEN LANTERN CORPS #1Peter J. TomasiFernando Pasarin and Scott HannaGreen Lantern
GRIFTER #1Nathan EdmondsonCAFU and BITDCU
HAWK AND DOVE #1Sterling GatesRob LiefeldDCU
I, VAMPIRE #1Josh FialkovAndrea SorrentinoSupernatural
JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #1Peter MilliganMikel JaninDCU
LEGION LOST #1Fabian NiciezaPete WoodsDCU
LEGION OF SUPERHEROES #1Paul LevitzFrancis PortelaDCU
MISTER TERRIFICEric WallaceRoger RobinsonDCU
NIGHTWING #1Kyle HigginsEddy BarrowsBatman
OMAC #1Dan DiDioKeith GiffenDCU
RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS #1Scott LobdellKenneth RocafortBatman
RED LANTERNS #1Peter MilliganEd Benes and Rob Hunter.Green Lantern
RESURRECTION MAN #1Dan Abnett and Andy LanningFernando DagninoSupernatural
SGT. ROCK AND THE MEN OF WAR #1Ivan BrandonTom DerenickWar
STATIC SHOCK #1John Rozum and Scott McDanielScott McDaniel and Jonathan GlapionDCU
STORMWATCH #1Paul CornellMiguel SepulvedaDCU
SUICIDE SQUAD #1Adam GlassMarco RudyDCU
SUPERBOY #1Scott LobdellR.B. Silva and Rob LeanSuperman
SUPERGIRL #1Michael Green and Mike JohnsonMahmud A. AsrarSuperman
SUPERMAN #1George PerezJesus MerinoSuperman
SWAMP THING #1Scott SnyderYannick Paquette and Francesco FrancavillaSupernatural
TEEN TITANS #1Scott LobdellBrett Booth and Norm RapmundDCU
THE FLASH #1Francis ManapulBrian BuccellatoDCU
THE FURY OF FIRESTORM #1Gail SimoneEthan Van Sciver and Yildiray CinarDCU
VOODOO #1Ron MarzSami BasriSupernatural
WONDER WOMAN #1Brian AzzarelloCliff ChiangDCU


So what do you like?  What do you dislike? How many of the books are you picking up and which have now moved off your subscription list?

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  1. June 10, 2011 at 4:19 pm — Reply

    The Good: Red Hood and the Outlaws; Static Shock; Action Comics; Blue Beetle; Batgirl(gets one issue to hook me); Batman and Robin; Resurrection Man; DCU Presents; All-Star Western; Captain Atom

    The Meh: Fury of Firestorm; Swampthing; Superman; Wonderwoman; Batman; JLA

    The Ugly: Teen Titans; Deathstoke; Birds of Prey; Suicide Squad; OMAC; Hawk and Dove

    Out of them all I am really looking forward to Red Hood, and Action Comics.

  2. June 10, 2011 at 4:24 pm — Reply

    Legion Lost ?

    • Coby S
      June 10, 2011 at 11:08 pm — Reply

      Also strikes my curiosity…

    • Slappy
      June 11, 2011 at 9:24 am — Reply

      I would like to make a prediction about the Legion.
      Some of them will die. Of those thought dead, some will be transported and found by the Lost Legion. Thereby bringing them to the Main Universe.
      Watch to see if some of the dead match those in the Lost Legion.

  3. brainypirate
    June 10, 2011 at 4:47 pm — Reply

    I know there are a few characters still unaccounted for: Stephanie Brown and Huntress for instance. But I’m not sure how many folks read that Dan Jurgens has said the woman on the JLI cover is NOT Donna Troy. Has she shown up anywhere else?

    • Kirby
      June 10, 2011 at 4:54 pm — Reply

      My money’s on Gypsy.

      • CanRock
        June 11, 2011 at 12:29 pm — Reply

        There’s a new character that appeared in Booster Gold’s latest issue, Alexandra Gianopoulos (no codename yet). My money’s on her.

  4. JoeM
    June 10, 2011 at 5:09 pm — Reply

    For me Legion of Super-Heroes and Legion Lost for sure.
    Action Comics and All-Star Western probably.
    Aquaman, Superman, Green Lantern, Justice League maybe
    And others I will just have to see.
    Oh, and Hawk and Dove. Nope, not gonna happen.

  5. MarkW
    June 10, 2011 at 5:28 pm — Reply

    I’ll be at least giving a good tryout to Action, Superman, LoSH, Legion Lost, Aquaman, Nightwing, and Demon Knights.

    I’m curious what their plans are for the former Earth 2 heroes that seem to be mostly MIA. I noticed the Grant Morrison Action announcement referred to Superman as the “first super hero”. The annoucement almost makes it sound like Action is set early in his career, while Perez’s Superman is set is present day DCU. As if Action, or at least this arc, is kind of a Superman Year One setting up the new Superman continuity.

  6. TaZ
    June 10, 2011 at 5:32 pm — Reply

    I cannot believe that an old traditionalist like me is stoked over the George Perez drawing of Superman in updated togs…but I am. Sergeant Rock??? The Blackhawks??? Oh…my…stars…and…garters!

    The Wildstorm characters I don’t know much about but I’m interested in seeing how they “merge”. I’m also interested in seeing if the two characters with Jonn Jonzz on the Stormwatch cover are written as they were in Wildstorm.

    I don’t like the fact that they’re apparently showing Superboy as a cyborg or android, rather than a clone. And it appears that the “new” Supergirl is a combination of Supergirl and Power Girl.

    So… What’s missing? What is BLATANTLY missing from these “52” titles? The Justice Society of America. Jay Garrick, Alan Scott and Ted Grant…that’s what. Three Justice League titles an nada, zip, nunca of the JSA except Mr. Terrific? You are looking at a JSA mark that is truly crushed. Here’s hoping someone makes a run over to the “new” Earth 2 sometimes. Some of my favorite “B-list” folks missing: The Specter, The Phantom Stranger, Blue Devil, Azrael, Ragman, Red Tornado, Steel, the Doom Patrol, Metamorpho, Black Lightningl. But no Alan Scott in that great original Green Lantern costume? Feh!

    • Caio Marinho.
      June 10, 2011 at 6:11 pm — Reply

      The Cyborg-Superboy is probably to avoid the Superboy lawsuit.

      • June 10, 2011 at 8:39 pm — Reply

        He’s not a cyborg. The cover is metaphorical.

    • June 11, 2011 at 9:38 am — Reply

      But no Alan Scott in that great original Green Lantern costume? Feh!

      Alan Scott got a terrible new costume several months ago, so be careful what you wish for…

      • TaZ
        June 11, 2011 at 3:47 pm — Reply

        I ranted about that in my last review of the JSA mag. But at least for awhile I still have him working with the current JLA in the Eclipso arc in his classic uniform and not the “Green-Light Special” that makes him look like a traffic signal.

  7. Mike
    June 10, 2011 at 5:37 pm — Reply

    Please tell me that Hawk and Dove cover is just a guest cover. Please?

    • Mokin
      June 11, 2011 at 9:14 am — Reply

      …nope…sorry…it seems Liefeld is the artist on that…

      …not sure why DC is hiring him…but he probably has a fan base and they hope to bring them in…

      …how long will he last on it?? Until people are tired of clenched teeth and tiny feet and disproportioned members and minuscule heads? No one knows…

      …but shoulder pads will be back, I’m sure (not that we need them…)…


      • KLP
        August 12, 2011 at 2:23 am — Reply

        Teen Titans #27 – #28 had Rod Liefield as guest artist and the sells was so bad, it nearly got the title canceled. Rob’s fan base…there’s what…3 or 4? Hawk and Dove are great characters, even though Rob did draw their mini-series way back when…but with high hopes of number breaking sells with his art on the book…not going to happen. Someone sure needs a slap in the back of the whoever hired him. Mark my word, Hawk and Dove will be on the bottom when the sells report comes out!

  8. Caio Marinho.
    June 10, 2011 at 6:08 pm — Reply

    I’m not really updated on the Who’s Who of DC creative staff, but I know George Perez and JH Williams III are, primarily, pencillers, right? And damn good ones. Why does the list has them as writers? Not that that is impossible.

    • Leroy Grey
      June 10, 2011 at 7:01 pm — Reply

      Hunt up the post-Crisis relaunch of Wonder Woman; Perez drew and co-scripted that book through some of her best adventures…

      • June 10, 2011 at 9:22 pm — Reply

        Didn’t Perez also work with Wolfman in co-writing Teen Titans/New Titans way back when?

        • Slappy
          June 11, 2011 at 9:26 am — Reply

          Yes. I believe so,

    • June 11, 2011 at 9:37 am — Reply

      I’m not really updated on the Who’s Who of DC creative staff, but I know George Perez and JH Williams III are, primarily, pencillers, right? And damn good ones. Why does the list has them as writers? Not that that is impossible.

      George Perez is the man behind the Wonder Woman relaunch back in ’86, as a writer, and has been credited with co-writing the Wolfman/Perez Titans as well.

  9. James
    June 10, 2011 at 6:15 pm — Reply

    So what do you like?
    What do you dislike?
    I don’t really care.
    How many of the books are you picking up and which have now moved off your subscription list?
    I see none on the list I want to buy, so zero and all.

    • Lamond 2331
      June 10, 2011 at 7:31 pm — Reply

      i’m with you! PASS X 52!

  10. MJ March
    June 10, 2011 at 6:31 pm — Reply

    I’ll be picking up LoSH and Legion Lost for sure. Demon Knights, JLI and Animal Man seem interesting to me too. I am saying maybe to some of the Batman-specific Bat titles. Then with much reluctance I will likely pick up Hawkman and Suicide Squad’s first issues or so, as ugly as they look. Aside from that, nothing appeals to me.

  11. GrandHarrier
    June 10, 2011 at 6:35 pm — Reply

    No Power Girl? No Batman Beyond? I’m out. I can’t support this relaunch.

  12. Matt
    June 10, 2011 at 6:45 pm — Reply

    I’m a little surprised Power Girl is still unaccounted for, too. After all the work they did a few years ago to fix her origin and make her a viable property, it would be sad if she’s been wiped away from the new DCnU. It’s missing characters like her and Huntress that make me wonder if the “old” new Earth will still be lurking out there waiting to make its presence known just in time for a big DCnU crossover event!

  13. brainypirate
    June 10, 2011 at 7:24 pm — Reply

    Just saw the JLI solicit; it lists “Batman, Booster Gold, Green Lantern Guy Gardner, August General in Iron, Fire, Ice, Vixen and Rocket Red”. Still doesn’t explain who the dark-haired woman is — wouldn’t they just say Gypsy?

    • brainypirate
      June 10, 2011 at 7:26 pm — Reply

      Oh, and it looks like the Firestorm series is going to ignore the “we destroy the universe” storyline from BDay — for better or for worse…

    • Slappy
      June 11, 2011 at 9:28 am — Reply

      Perhaps she is the token new character no one will care about and foget existed when gone for two issues.

  14. aquamatt
    June 10, 2011 at 7:59 pm — Reply

    I already miss the JSA.

  15. brainypirate
    June 10, 2011 at 8:01 pm — Reply

    We know some books are just on hiatus–like Morrison’s Bat book. Has anyone heard about other titles that might be coming back later in the fall?

  16. brainypirate
    June 10, 2011 at 8:02 pm — Reply

    P.S. You have the wrong cover for JLA

    • brainypirate
      June 10, 2011 at 11:58 pm — Reply

      thanks for fixing that!

  17. James Hawk III
    June 10, 2011 at 8:05 pm — Reply

    Where’s the Marvel family? As noted elsewhere, where’s the Justice Society? Any version of The Atom?

  18. June 10, 2011 at 8:08 pm — Reply

    My HYPE is strong! Amazing job making me want them all.

  19. June 10, 2011 at 8:14 pm — Reply

    Heads up for those jumping off bridges:!/GailSimone/statuses/79353617424973824

    “Again, September is NOT THE END. There’s still plans for characters that we haven’t seen yet.”

    • TaZ
      June 11, 2011 at 3:49 pm — Reply

      That’s what they all say…. Whoever “they” is.

  20. kyle
    June 10, 2011 at 8:14 pm — Reply

    No Power Girl? But “Hawk and Dove”, “Voodoo”, and “Captain Atom?” Power Girl is a book that was pretty popular before the writers shifted and it’s still pretty popular AFTER!

    No JSA? But “Red Lantern Corps?” If DC wants to be younger then let them be younger and have a few crochety old superheroes to train them! (It was working fine before they split the team into 2 books!).

    Legion Lost should last 6 issues to a year and then get them back to the future. Open up a new spot for a Milestone book, the JSA, or Doom Patrol.

    I will say this: good for DC for FINALLY giving Static his own book, getting a new Blue Beetle book out, and for trying a Mr. Terrific book. More diversity in comics!

    • brainypirate
      June 10, 2011 at 8:19 pm — Reply

      of course, Asian and Native American readers might still feel left out…

    • @lantis
      June 10, 2011 at 8:38 pm — Reply

      Read the post above you. These are the books slated for SEPTEMBER, not the entirety of the superhero line. Powergirl could end up being launched in October. I would be more concerned about Huntress being missing since Birds of Prey is the place where she would be found, unless they plan on her having her own title…OMG, that could be Gail’s missing third book.

  21. brainypirate
    June 10, 2011 at 8:18 pm — Reply

    Someone above mentioned the absence of The Phantom Stranger. Did he say in the recent Superboy that he was about to reach the goal of his entire existence? It sounded to me like they were about to remove him from continuity….

    • TaZ
      June 11, 2011 at 3:52 pm — Reply

      Yes, the goal of his entire existence is to be placed in Limbo while “Shade, The Changing Man” joins the JLD. I still don’t get it.

  22. justanothergeek
    June 10, 2011 at 8:45 pm — Reply

    So no Zatanna and no Power Girl. CURSE YOU DC!!!

    • Caio Marinho.
      June 11, 2011 at 8:18 am — Reply

      In that cover of JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK, there’s a brunette besides Deadman, with fishnet gloves. That’s probably Zatanna, with a different costume.

      • justanothergeek
        June 11, 2011 at 11:49 am — Reply

        I did notice Zatanna there, it’s just that I waited decades for a Zatanna solo ongoing and now that I finally have it DC is taking it away from me, again! DC always do this to me, come to think, the last ongoing that I really liked that didn’t get cancelled was Starman and that ended ten or eleven years ago.

  23. Obsidian
    June 10, 2011 at 8:46 pm — Reply

    Why, in the name of all that is holy, would they give LEIFELD pencil duties on ANYTHING!? Seriously. Dustin Nguyen? Not on the list anywhere. Leifeld? Oh, let’s give the guy who can’t draw hands, feet, guns or, honestly, anything a job. Yeah… THAT’S a good idea.

    Angry. I’m very angry.

    • Obsidian
      June 10, 2011 at 8:50 pm — Reply

      Also, why does (who I assume to be) Red Robin now look like Black Condor?

    • Antonio Sanciolo
      June 11, 2011 at 6:27 am — Reply

      I’ve always found people who generally lack talent make up for it with superior networking skills. He’s probably a lovely chap whom others enjoy working with.

      Never been a terribly huge fan of his work however…

  24. Adam
    June 10, 2011 at 9:13 pm — Reply

    Some of these look ok, some look horrible. Like all the new characters that are coming out of nowhere that no one cares about. Voodoo, Resurrection Man, Demon Knight and a few others will fail right out of the gate. And probably a few others. So hopefully they do have plans for PeeGee, Steph, Donna, hell even the whole of the JSA.

    One of the best things about DC is the legacy. Didn’t they just have a book last year about all the legacy of the DCU? I’m not thrilled about Supes being the first superhero? What’s with Supergirl’s knee holes in her boots? Superboy…he’s my favorite but….I don’t know. He’s new costume is outright horrible, and I hope his human DNA is Lex, cause I thought it was a good dichotomy to his character.

    Over all….I’m still not sold. I’m still overly worried about the whole thing.

  25. eric
    June 10, 2011 at 9:35 pm — Reply

    Well that is it for me with single issues. My pull list will just be trade paperbacks now. No more single issues. Not enough enjoyment out of that. I admire DC for trying something so radical. It will be interesting to see how much of it survives 20 issues at that. We all know Aquaman is not going to last. And I Vampire, Resurection Man, OmAc, what the hell. Nice tries but really.

    • MJ March
      June 10, 2011 at 10:27 pm — Reply

      Aquaman will last until Geoff Johns leaves. Then it will be ran into the ground by the next writer and cancelled just like nearly every other title he has written (except Booster Gold, it was only cancelled).

  26. Gibralter
    June 10, 2011 at 10:07 pm — Reply

    Okay out of these ‘all new all different, but still the same’ titles twelve are Batman. And I won’t be going anywhere near them.

  27. Distinguished Competitor
    June 10, 2011 at 10:26 pm — Reply

    Well, disappointed that there’s no JSA or Shazam! My pull list will be: Batman, Nightwing, Justice League, Justice League Dark, Stormwatch, Teen Titans, Hawkman, Green Lantern, Animal Man, DCU Presents:

    • BAHBAH
      October 5, 2011 at 6:29 pm — Reply

      listen this isn’t the end of the titles just the first ones when the wildstorm and flash green arrow an mr.terrific(sadly) are caneled threre will be space for shazam,jsa hec matbe even batman beyond

  28. June 10, 2011 at 11:56 pm — Reply

    I’m always up for more GL, looking forward to Aquaman again, excited for Babs as Batgirl again, Flash has my interest, and I actually like the update to WW… Also love Blue Beetle and am glad to see him getting a second shot… Fury of Firestorm is also one I’d love to read!!

    As for those wondering about Stephanie/Cassandra, if you read the interview with Gail Simone on Newsarama, she says she would use the characters if no one else is, which leads me to believe they’re probably supporting cast members in the book in some way… Maybe it’s a league of Batgirls… ;^)

    • June 11, 2011 at 2:10 am — Reply

      Batgirl Ic. seems more likely

  29. Kara Zor-El
    June 11, 2011 at 12:54 am — Reply

    I am afraid of the new Supergirl comic the most. I’ve been reading on the webs that the new Kara is a combination of Powergirl and Supergirl, and I don’t care for Powergirl that much. She’s alright, but she will always be a sore spot for me.

    I will read Legion Lost, Legion of Superheroes, Supergirl, Superboy, Action, Hawk and Dove (just because of Gates) and Static. I might read Teen Titans if Raven is in it. But where is Beast Boy and Raven? Where did they go? I saw Starfire and Nightwing, but what about those two? Where did they go? Did they get killed in the reboot?

    Oh, and I’ll pick up Resurrection Man. It might be fun.

    I just don’t how to feel about all this… I’ll give it a chance but I don’t know. I might just leave DC if nothing turns out right and write my Year One Legion until everything gets back to normal.

  30. darklighter1
    June 11, 2011 at 1:34 am — Reply

    I’m thinkin this is kinda like a lauch for Ultimate DC that DC will keep going for a year to gather new readers which Ultimate Marvel had a hard time with. Then in another year the classic DCU will reappear. I hope anyway.

  31. Antonio Sanciolo
    June 11, 2011 at 6:22 am — Reply

    There are a lot of peaks and troughs as far as my interest levels go.
    the following will be the first DC comics I’ve bought in over a Decade:

    Action Comics, Animal Man, Batgirl, Blue Beetle, DC Universe Presents, Deathstroke, Detective Comics, Grifter, Justice League Dark, Justice League International, Nightwing, OMAC, Red Hood & the Outlaws, Sgt. Rock, Stormwatch, Suicide Squad, Swamp Thing and Firestorm.

    I’ll be buying them digitally; but if any titles fail to grab me from the first issue, I’ll drop them like a bad habit.

  32. brenton8090
    June 11, 2011 at 7:29 am — Reply

    Now, is Booster Gold Cancelled? OR, considering how he is unaffected by Flashpoint, is he going to be the only one to keep his numbers and avoid the relaunch? Cause that would be awesome. If not, I’ll just have to settle for JLI.
    I’m so itching to try everything: some of these I can see being great run-away hits. So here are the ones I’m buying at the store.

    Batman: Dark Knight
    Batman and Robin
    Blue Beetle
    DC Presents
    Justice League
    Action Comics
    Green Lantern
    These last three GL books are on a 1-issue probation, and even that depends on how much Green Lantern I still want after the movie.

    Here are the ones I’ll buy digitally, once they go down in price. If they’re good, I’ll bump them to my actual pull list.

    Detective Comics
    Captain Atom
    Green Arrow
    Hawk and Dove
    Dustice League Dark
    Mister Terrific
    Teen Titans
    Wonder Woman
    Animal Man
    Demon Knights

  33. Jackalope
    June 11, 2011 at 8:16 am — Reply

    Right. So i’ve gone from buying, wihout fail for two years, THREE DC comics, to maybe thinking aout getting All Star Western. And that’s it. The rest looks ghastly.

  34. June 11, 2011 at 8:21 am — Reply

    So heartening to read all these non-comic people on a videogames board I frequent now picking up books in September. Most state that they feel it’s a perfect time to start reading as we’ll all be on the same playing field.

    • June 11, 2011 at 8:22 am — Reply

      And a lot of the Marvel comics people are jumping into DC more heavily too. One guy is going from the Bat titles to 16 books. =)

      Welcome to DC!

    • Slappy
      June 11, 2011 at 9:32 am — Reply

      That is part of the reason DC is doing it.

  35. June 11, 2011 at 8:36 am — Reply

    personally, i hoped they would be a lot more bold with the costume redesigns, and characters. rebooting the entire DC universe is not something that happens often (one would hope)

  36. Mokin
    June 11, 2011 at 9:28 am — Reply

    …it might be me, but why is it I hear (read) so many comments from Gail Simone? Don’t get me wrong, I love the woman to death; she’s a great writer and I love her stuff…

    …but it seems everywhere I go, there’s a Tweet or a comment from her…and I have not seen many from others…could it be of the love people have for her and as such, she gets “re-tweeted” and quoted all the time??

    …as for my list, well…both Legion titles for sure (I’m with Matthew with the Legion…)…some GL…JL in all its forms (except the dark one…not sure why…)…a few Bats…Flash (even though I was so disappointed with the last run…and I miss Wally!!!)…Perez got me all excited over Supes (I’d prefer if he were the artist, but hey!…I’ll get my Perez any way they serve it…)…Rags Morales I think is a great under appreciated artist…so I’ll pick up his title (why didn’t they pair him with Perez???)…GA was ridiculous in the past few months, but I’ll probably pick that up…

    …all in all, about 20 titles…

    …and no Jay Garrick and JSA makes Mokin very sad…snif…

  37. DMC
    June 11, 2011 at 9:29 am — Reply

    Buying : Aquaman (decided b4 relaunch news), Wonder Woman (we’ll see)

    Interested: Teen Titans (very much), Catwoman, Action Comics, Nightwing

  38. Frank
    June 11, 2011 at 10:39 am — Reply

    I will be buying Flash and Maybe GL and GL Corps.

    The Jury is still out on Firestorm. I have followed the character since the 80s and am mildly curious about what Ms. Simone can do.

    I have collected Batman and Detective for over 20 years. This relaunch puts an end to that.

    I agree with Eric that what DC is doing is admirable. They are getting out of the rut that they have been in for the last 20+ years. I really hope that a lot of their titles succeed, but I can’t see the War and Western genre lasting too long.

    If they had a $0.99 price point on their digital comics after a month, I would be tempted to try a lot more titles. Heck, I might be tempted to get an iPad.

    On a related note, I spoke to my LCS owner in Atlanta, a lot of their subscribers are cancelling their subscriptions for DC ‘in droves’.

  39. Q
    June 11, 2011 at 1:33 pm — Reply

    My current DC pull list:
    – Green Lantern Corps
    – Emerald Warriors
    – Green Lantern

    My September DC pull list:
    – Green Lantern Corps
    – New Guardians
    – Green Lantern
    – Action Comics
    – Demon Knights
    – Suicide Squad
    – Dark Justice League

    I’ll adjust accordingly after September.

  40. seneca
    June 11, 2011 at 3:22 pm — Reply

    No Powergirl!?

  41. Bob
    June 11, 2011 at 6:42 pm — Reply

    BATWOMAN #1 finally. Grifter, Voodoo and Stormwatch look interesting. As a huge Wildstorn fan, I hope the characters are done justice.

    No Secret Six or Power Girl? Those were two of the few DC titles I actually read.

  42. Alisha Mynx
    June 11, 2011 at 7:23 pm — Reply

    Are the Wildstorm characters now officially part of the DCU with the reboot, similar to when the Crisis hit years ago and several properties they had bought got “merged” into DCU? Or are they still a seperate part of the multiverse like when Mr. Majestic showed up in Action Comics and Captain Atom was in the Wildstorm universe a few years back?

  43. Rowan
    June 12, 2011 at 8:38 am — Reply

    I just wanna say What in the hell is that new Teen Titans!?!

  44. Belmont
    June 12, 2011 at 8:58 pm — Reply

    Relaunches, Ooy the headaches…. Jonah Hex near Gotham,(Batman), in All Star Westerns, hope not too much of the main League members comics as it is. Maybe bring in some more of the western characters…. Now the other headache they’ve had solo Grifter comics in the past short run stuff and then Team 7 in the Image universe. Now this is all somehow merged into the DC universe. However I’ve been out of the Wildcats and the other heroes for so long I don’t no if I am going to pick up on this comic. Things that make you go screaming off into the night………

  45. Noobian74
    June 13, 2011 at 12:57 pm — Reply

    The title that caught my eye out of all of these is the one that most people don’t remember.

    Resurrection Man.

    It was one of my favorite series that I hated to see cancelled (We won’t mention Xero. It’s still a sore spot for me and my wife). Mitch Shelley was a man with amnesia that was injected with nanobytes that, everytime he died, would give him a power to combat the cause of his previous death. Might sound a bit cheesy, but Abnett & Lanning made it work! I’m glad to see it’s back! Give it a chance.

    Going off about Liefeld is like making fun of George W. Bush: after a while, it just gets too easy, so why bother?


    Fine, Just one.

    Will there be a cameo by some Wolverine-wannabe character with badly drawn feet in a classic pose as if they’re jumping into a battle?

    Oh. I feel so dirty.

  46. Justin Wawrzonek
    June 14, 2011 at 12:12 pm — Reply

    No Booster Gold?! I hope the current series continues.

    Looking Forward to:

    Green Lantern, Justice League International, Resurrection Man, The Flash, and Blue Beetle, and Justice League Dark.

  47. Dravis
    June 15, 2011 at 7:41 am — Reply

    I wish I could be more “positive”… But, I’m POSITIVE over half of these titles will last less than a year.
    It looks like a very diverse “menu” and I guess it’s a very bold move.
    My constant complaint is the damn BASEBALL cap infection!
    Baseball caps belong on baseball PLAYERS (and fans.)… no superhero would choose it as proper headgear for crime-fighting just to be “cool”.
    While running fast, flying, or getting hit in the head… picking up your cap and putting it back on during battle would be senseless.
    And, let’s be sure to cover up our female heroes… or dress them like psycho-strippers… or smother them with outrageous cyber-gear.
    I feel like I’ve gone back in time and all those Image, Darkhorse, and “other” companies made DC give in.
    Just can’t wait to see the “relaunched” classic villians. Drag out the whips and chains boys and girls!!!

  48. June 19, 2011 at 9:36 am — Reply

    Here is my question….which one will be cancelled first?

    My money is on Hawk and Dove, Grifter, or Mister Terrific.
    Does ANYONE like Rob Liefeld ?

    I would guess Stormwatch, OMAC, Suicide Squad and Flash will maybe last a year. Hey, I love Flash, but how many #1s has that comic had in the last decade ?

    Titans looks awful.

    I’m most excited about JLI. I have been a fan of that since day # 1, way back in 1987.

    I am curious how the Justice League Dark will be. I will be getting it for sure.

    I’m just upset that we don’t have a new JSA. I like Mr Terrific, but I could care less about his solo series.

  49. Da Chef
    July 3, 2011 at 10:13 am — Reply

    My prediction: 52 new series – half of them will be gone in 12 issues. Bat-Wing, Frankenstein, Demon Knights, Voodoo… come on.
    One look at the *new* *new* *new* all-new Teen Titans – bound to fail. Red Robin’s costume looks great though. Nightwing, Grifter, Stromwatch? Ok, cool. If done right.

    One good thing: I’ll have to buy much less comics than before.

  50. RedAlert
    July 10, 2011 at 2:11 pm — Reply

    I just checked the list myself and all i can say is whaaaaaaaaaattttttt?
    You’re doing titles like Stormwatch(????????) but not even a single JSA title?So the original Dc super team doesn’t even exist in the new DC universe?
    Way to go Mr.Geoff Johns,kepp succeeding where even the Anti-Monitor has failed! In utterly and completely destroying the DC universe in it’s core!

  51. Jay
    July 24, 2011 at 9:05 pm — Reply

    Jim Lee doing Justice League. That means issue #1 in September, #2 in November, #3 March of 2012, #4 announced for October 2012, then pushed out to January 2013, then to July 2013, then the cancellation.

    • July 24, 2011 at 9:36 pm — Reply

      Except he’s been penciling it for half a year already. His delays are the least of the problems.

  52. Big Bad Bat
    July 26, 2011 at 7:46 pm — Reply

    i really don’t get the need for a relaunch, i was startin to get into the new batman incorporated, is this now cancelled?

    • July 26, 2011 at 11:16 pm — Reply

      is this now cancelled?

      Nope. The book was planned to go on hiatus, so it will return in early 2012, I b’lieve.

      • Big Bad Bat
        July 27, 2011 at 7:06 am — Reply

        that’s too long! is this hiatus for all of DC’s comic line?

  53. KLP
    August 12, 2011 at 2:53 am — Reply

    Wow! As a member of the Old School Comic Book Collectors(to be a member you had to have bought a new comic 20 cents or less)and from what I’ve seen here…I not really impressed! DC is taking a big…no, HUGE gamble on this Flash-Point story line and 52 dreams of major dollar signs, which could be a horrific NIGHTMARE for the comic book industry as a whole!

    > Aquaman
    > JLA-???
    > Red Lanterns
    > Teen Titans
    > Firestorm
    > the Savage Hawkman

    Are the only titles that look somewhat interesting and out of 52 titles…hum…not sure if this a stepping on mark or this is where I get off the DC bus for good!

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