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What's New on DC Universe: REIGN OF THE SUPERMEN and More Than 1000 New Comics!

Eric Diaz

Eric Diaz

Jan. 30, 2019

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Great news, DC fans! Today, we've got the brand-new animated movie Reign of the Supermen, the sequel to last year's acclaimed The Death of Superman, debuting right here on DC Universe. Plus, today marks the beginning of a massive expansion of our comic book library. In fact, by the end of March, we'll be doubling the amount of titles available for you to read on DC Universe. Today alone, we're adding over one thousand comics, with more to come each week. And many of these new books are among the most popular DC titles in recent years...

 

Amidst the Superman sagas included are such contemporary classics as writer Jeph Loeb and artist Tim Sale's Superman for All Seasons, writer Kurt Busiek's Superman: Secret Identity, writer Brian Azzarello and artist Jim Lee's Superman: For Tomorrow, and the Rebirth era's The Oz Effect. Batman epics include writer Scott Snyder's The Court of Owls, Tom King's The War of Jokes and Riddles, and Grant Morrison's Batman: R.I.P. and Batman: Incorporated vol. 1 and Batman: Incorporated vol. 2. In addition, we've got Snyder's The Black Mirror, last year's Dark Nights: Metal tie-in Dark Knights Rising, and writers Ed Brubaker and Greg Rucka's Gotham Central. Plus, we have both the 2000 Harley Quinn and 2013 Harley Quinn series!

 

Other Justice Leaguers getting the spotlight include Wonder Woman, in Greg Rucka's 2016 run on the Amazon Princess' Rebirth title (comprised of "The Lies", "Year One", and "The Truth"); Green Lantern Hal Jordan in 2004's Green Lantern: Rebirth; Oliver Queen in Green Arrow: The Archer's Quest; and the Flash-centric game changer Flashpoint. You can also enjoy the Justice League storylines Identity CrisisThe Darkseid War, and The Extinction Machines -- and the landmark Infinite Crisis. Other much-loved titles include Alan Moore's run on Swamp Thing (which continues the writer's The Saga of the Swamp Thing) and Tom King's The Omega Men.

 

You can check out the full list of today's comic offerings below. Also, don't forget to participate in our latest poll, which goes live on Monday, February 4th at 9AM PST, and let us know your favorite Saturday morning animated version of the Joker. For more fun with Mister J, you can celebrate Valentine's Day with our "Harls and Puddin's Mad Love Sweepstakes”, running from Friday, February 1st, to Friday, February 15th. Enjoy!

 

Action Comics (2016) #957-962 ("Path of Doom")

Action Comics (2016) #963-966 ("Welcome to the Planet")

Action Comics (2016) #967-972 ("Men of Steel")

Action Comics (2016) #985-992 ("The Oz Effect")

Arrow: The Dark Archer #1-12

Batgirl (2016) #1-17, Annual #1

Batman (2011) #676-683 ("Batman R.I.P.")

Batman (2011) #1-7 ("The Court of Owls")

Batman (2011) #8-12, Annual 1 ("The City of Owls")

Batman (2011) #13-17 ("Death of the Family")

Batman (2011) #21-24 ("Zero Year -- Secret City")

Batman (2011) #25-33 ("Zero Year -- Dark City")

Batman (2016) #25-37 ("The War of Jokes and Riddles")

Batman & Dracula: Red Rain

Batman Incorporated (2010) #1-8 

Batman Incorporated (2012) #1-13

Batman: Europa #1-4

Batman: Gates of Gotham #1-5

Dark Nights: Metal -- Dark Knights Rising

Batman/Superman/Wonder Woman: Trinity #1-3

Black Lightning (1977) #1-11

Day of Vengeance: Infinite Crisis #1-6, Day of Vengeance: Infinite Crisis Special

Deathstroke (2016) #1-6, Deathstroke: Rebirth #1

Detective Comics #871-881 ("The Black Mirror")

Flashpoint #1-5

Gotham Central #1-40

Green Arrow (2001) #16-21 ("The Archer's Quest")

Green Arrow (2011) #1-16

Green Arrow (2016) #1-6 ("The Death and Life of Oliver Queen")

Green Lantern (2011) #0-20

Green Lantern Corps (2006) #20-57

Green Lantern Corps (2011) #0-14

Green Lantern: Rebirth #1-6

Green Lanterns #1-32, Green Lanterns: Rebirth #1

Hal Jordan & the Green Lantern Corps #1-36

Harley Quinn (2000) #1-38

Harley Quinn (2013) #0-25

Huntress (2011) #1-6

Identity Crisis #1-7

Infinite Crisis #1-7

Injustice 2 #1-17

Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Two #1-24, Annual #1

Invasion! #1-3

JSA: Classified #1-9

Justice League (2011) #7-12 ("The Villain's Journey")

Justice League (2011) #40-50 ("The Darkseid War")

Justice League (2016) #1-5 ("The Extinction Machines")

Justice League (2016) #20-25 ("Endless")

Justice League (2016) #34-38 ("The People vs. The Justice League") 

Justice League of America (2017) #1-6

Nightwing (1996) #1-39, Annual #1-2

Nightwing (2011) #8-12 ("Night of the Owls")

Nightwing (2016) #1-8, Nightwing: Rebirth #1 ("Better Than Batman") 

Red Hood and the Outlaws (2016) #1-18, Annual #1, Red Hood and the Outlaws: Rebirth #1

Red Hood: The Lost Days #1-6

Robin (1991) #1-5

Secret Origins (1986) #1-50, Special #1, Annual #2

Starman (1994) #1-60, Annual #1

Static Shock (2011) #1-8

Suicide Squad (2011) #1-13

Superboy (2010) #1-11

Supergirl (2005) #0-12

Supergirl (2011) #1-7 ("Last Daughter of Krypton")

Supergirl (2016) #1-6 ("Reign of the Cyborg Superman")

Supergirl (2016) #7-12 ("Escape from the Phantom Zone")

Superman (1987) #204-215 ("Superman: For Tomorrow")

Superman (2016) #1-41

Superman for All Seasons #1-4

Superman: Secret Identity #1-4

Superman/Batman #1-26

Saga of the Swamp Thing #21-38 (the first half of Alan Moore's run)

Swamp Thing #39-63 (the second half of Alan Moore's run)

Teen Titans (2016) 1-16

The Authority #1-29

The Flash (1987) #62-106, #0 (the first three years of writer Mark Waid's run)

The Flash (1987) #164-213 (writer Geoff Johns' run)

The Flash (2010) #8-12

The New Gods (1971) #1-19

The Omega Men (2015) #1-12

The Spectre (1992) #1-22

Titans (2016) #1-12, Annual #1

Wonder Woman (1987) #195-217 (Greg Rucka's original Wonder Woman run)

Wonder Woman (2016) #1-14 (Greg Rucka's Wonder Woman Rebirth run)

 

Which of the latest comics on DC Universe are you most excited to read? Let us know in our Community!