DC Rebirth at Wondercon

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DC Rebirth is almost here.  And the folks at Wondercon got a special sneak peek at the creative teams to the previously-announced titles.  Here’s what we’ve gathered so far:


Batman by Tom King, David Finch, and Mikel Janin

Detective Comics by James Tynion IV, Eddy Barrows, and Alvaro Martinez

Nightwing by Tim Seeley, Javi Fernandez, and Marcus To

Batgirl by Hope Larson and Rafael Albuquerque

Batgirl and the Birds of Prey by Julie Benson, Shawna Benson, and TBA

All-Star Batman by Scott Snyder, Jock, John Romita Jr., Sean Murphy, and Tula Lotay

Harley Quinn by Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Chris Hardin, and John Timms

Red Hood and the Outlaws by Scott Lobdell and Dexter Soy

Batman Beyond by Dan Jurgens and Bernard Chang


Superman by Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason

Action Comics by Dan Jurgens, Patrick Zircher, Tyler Kirkham, and Stephen Segovia

New Super-Man by Gene Luen Yang and Victor Bogdanovic

Supergirl by Steve Orlando and Brian Ching

Superwoman by Phil Jiminez and Emanuela Lupacchino


Justice League by Bryan Hitch, Tony Daniel, and Fernando Pasarin

Trinity by Francis Manapul and Clay Mann

Justice League of America by TBA and TBA

Titans by Dan Abnett and Brett Booth

Teen Titans by Benjamin Percy and Jonboy Myers

The Super-Sons by TBA and TBA

Suicide Squad by Rob Williams, Jim Lee, and Philip Tan


Wonder Woman by Greg Rucka, Liam Sharp, and Nicola Scott

The Flash by Joshua Williamson, Carmine Di Giandomenico, and Neil Googe

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps by Robert Vendetti, Ethan Van Sciver, and Rafa Sandoval

Green Lanterns by Sam Humphries, Robson Rocha, and Ardian Syaf

Cyborg by John Semper, Will Conrad, and Paul Pelletier

Aquaman by Dan Abnett, Brad Walker, Jesus Merino, and Phil Briones

Green Arrow by Ben Percy, Otto Schmidt, and Juan Ferreyra

The Hellblazer by Simon Oliver and Moritat

Deathstroke by Christopher Priest, Carlo Pagulayan, Igor Vitorino, and Felipe Watanabe

Blue Beetle by Keith Giffen and Scott Kolins


So there you have it.  No more New 52.  Some pre-Flashpoint numbering and characters.  And a whole bunch of writers and artists new to DC, new to the business, and out of retirement or the shadows to make the DCU greater than its ever been before.  Drawing the line at $2.99 is a huge draw, and now that (most) of the creative teams have been announced, it should be fun to see which books take off and which ones need a little bit more love from comic buyers and the usually not-so-benevolent internet trolls.  Be on the lookout for updates from Jim Lee, Dan DiDio, and Geoff Johns as they continue to shock, amaze, and impress us with their passion for DC Comics.

What are your thoughts?  Any books surprise you?  How about those creative teams?  Let us know which books you’re most looking forward to in the comments.

Rebirth begins May 25th with an over-sized book led by Johns and a slew of fantastic artists.  See you then!

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