DC Comics Gives Life After New 52 with 24 New Titles & Their Top 8 Picks

by Frankie Rodriguez

There is a slew of new titles and some creative team changes that are abound as after “Convergence,” DC will be focusing more on books rather than just the New 52 continuity. And there will be some diversity again amongst their titles.

New Titles:

Black Canary Justice League of America Hitch Midnighter Cyborg Omega Men

Batman Beyond – Written by Dan Jurgens with art by Bernard Chang
Bat-Mite – Written by Dan Jurgens with art by Corin Howell
Bizzaro – Written by Heath Corson with art by Gustavo Duarte
Black Canary – Written by Brenden Fletcher with art by Annie Wu
Constantine: The Hellblazer – Written by Ming Doyle with art by Riley Rossmo
Cyborg – Written by David Walker with art by Ivan Reis
Dark Universe – Written by James Tynion IV with art by Ming Doyle
Green Lantern: Lost Army – Written by Cullen Bunn with art by Jesus Saiz & Javi Pina
Doomed – Written by Scott Lobdell with art by Javier Fernandez
Earth 2: Society – Written by Daniel Wilson with art by Jorge Jimenez
Dr. Fate – Written by Paul Levitz with art by Sonny Liew
Harley Quinn/Power Girl – Written by Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner & Justin Gray with art by Stephanie Roux
Justice League of America – Written & Art by Bryan Hitch
Justice League 3001 – Written by Keith Giffen with art by Howard Porter
Martian Manhunter – Written by Rob Williams with art by Ben Oliver
Midnighter – Written by Steve Orlando with art by ACO

Mystic U – Written by Alisa Kwitney, no artist announced yet.
Omega Men – Written by Tom King with art by Alec Morgan
Prez – Written by Mark Russell with art by Ben Caldwell
Red Hood/Arsenal – Written by Scott Lobdell with art by Denis Medri
Robin, Son of Batman – Written & Art by Patrick Gleason
Section Eight – Written by Garth Ennis with art by John McCrea
Starfire – Written by Jimmy Palmiotti & Amanda Conner with art by Emanuela Lupacchino
We Are Robin – Written by Lee Bermejo with art by Khary Randolph


New Creative Teams:
Superman – Artist John Romita Jr. is joined by new writer, Gene Luen Yang.


Here’s a look at what DC is considering the top 8 titles to look at come June: