The Worlds of D.C. Comics and Hanna-Barbera Collide Once Again!


Hanna-BarberaDC Comics has just announced that the wildly popular mash-ups between the characters of the DC Universe and the beloved characters of the World of Hanna-Barbera will continue.

Beginning on May 30th, four new one-shots will hit comic book shelves across the globe.

Each of these one-shots will be $4.99 and boasts a big 48-page length.

“Mixing DC and Hanna-Barbera characters together for these stories is always fun because the results tend to be wildly unpredictable,” Said Dan DiDidio, the current Publisher at DC Comics.

The one-shots that will be printed during this wave are:

Aquaman / Jabberjaw Special # 1: The creative team is writer Dan Abnett with art and by Paul Pelletier and Andrew Hennessey.

Black Lightning / Hong Kong Phooey Special #1: The creative team on this book is Michael Cray, Bryan Hill, Denys Cowan and Bill Sienkiewicz.

The Flash / Speed Buggy Special #1: Writer Scott Lobdell will team with Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund.

Super Sons / Dynomutt Special #1: Writer Peter J. Tomasi teams up with Fernando Pasarin and Oclair Albert for this one-shot.

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Four New One-Shots Team Up Heroes of the DC Universe with Popular Characters from ’1970s-Era H-B Cartoons

BURBANK, CA (March 15, 2018) – Following the success of DC’s modernized takes on classic Saturday morning cartoons and a previous selection of acclaimed one-shot crossovers featuring Hanna-Barbera cartoon characters, DC plans to shake up the worlds of superhero fans and lovers of old-school cartoons yet again. Today, the publisher announced plans to release four all-new one-shot comics that bring some of DC’s most exciting heroes together with well-known characters from the world of Hanna-Barbera cartoons from the 1970’s. These books will be available at comic book retailers and for purchase digitally on May 30.

“Mixing DC and Hanna-Barbera characters together for these stories is always fun because the results tend to be wildly unpredictable,” said DC Publisher Dan DiDio. “Even before you know what the story’s about, just hearing the names that get thrown together instantly brings a smile to your face and puts your imagination into overdrive, trying to figure out what kind of story could possibly come from these team ups. Fortunately, we’ve got the perfect lineup of creators that can bring those stories to life.”

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