The New 52 is no more.
Earlier today, DC Comics announced its plans to follow up its 2-month “Convergence” event with an overhaul of its publishing line. Consisting of both continuations of current series and a slew of new titles, the post-New 52 DCU is billed as designed to “allow us to publish something for everyone, be more expansive and modern in our approach and tell stories that better reflect the society around us,” DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio said in a press release.
The publisher has now released its entire lineup — and some artwork — of planned post-“Convergence” titles, with 24 new or retitled/rebranded series and 24 current titles continuing on, some of them with new creative teams and/or directions.
Batman Beyond — W: Dan Jurgens, A: Bernard Chang
Bat-Mite — W: Dan Jurgens, A: Corin Howell
Bizarro — W: Heath Corson, A: Gustavo Duarte
Black Canary — W: Brenden Fletcher, A: Annie Wu
Constantine: The Hellblazer — W: Ming Doyle & James Tynion IV, A: Riley Rossmo
Cyborg — W: David Walker, A: Ivan Reis
Dark Universe — W: James Tynion IV, A: Ming Doyle
Green Lantern: Lost Army — W: Cullen Bunn, A: Jesus Saiz & Javi Pina
Doomed — W: Scott Lobdell, A: Javier Fernandez
Earth 2: Society — W: Daniel Wilson, A: Jorge Jimenez
Dr. Fate — W: Paul Levitz, A: Sonny Liew
Harley Quinn/Power Girl — W: Jimmy Palmiotti & Amanda Conner, A: Stephane Roux
Justice League of America — W: Bryan Hitch, A: Bryan Hitch
Justice League 3001 — W: Keith Giffen, A: Howard Porter
Martian Manhunter — W: Rob Williams, A: Ben Oliver
Midnighter — W: Steve Orlando, A: ACO
Mystic U — W: Alisa Kwitney, A: Stay tuned for artist info!
Omega Men — W: Tom King, A: Alec Morgan
Prez — W: Mark Russell, A: Ben Caldwell
Red Hood/Arsenal — W: Scott Lobdell, A: Denis Medri
Robin, Son of Batman — W: Patrick Gleason, A: Patrick Gleason
Section Eight (limited series) — W: Garth Ennis, A: John McCrea
Starfire — W: Jimmy Palmiotti & Amanda Conner, A: Emanuela Lupacchino
We Are Robin — W: Lee Bermejo, A: Khary Randolph
Action Comics — W: Greg Pak, A: Aaron Kuder
Aquaman — W: Cullen Bunn, A: Trevor McCarthy
Batgirl — W: Cameron Stewart & Brenden Fletcher, A: Babs Tarr
Batman — W: Scott Snyder, A: Greg Capullo
Detective Comics — W; Brian Buccelato & Francis Manapul, A: Francis Manapul
Batman/Superman — W: Greg Pak, A: Ardian Syaf
Catwoman — W: Genevieve Valentine, A: David Messina
Deathstroke — W: Tony S. Daniel, A: Tony S. Daniel
The Flash — W: Robert Venditti & Van Jensen, A: Brett Booth
Gotham Academy — W: Becky Cloonan & Brenden Fletcher, A: Karl Kerschl
Gotham By Midnight — W: Ray Fawkes, A: Juan Ferreyra
Grayson — W: Tom King & Tim Seeley, A: Mikel Janin
Green Arrow — W: Ben Percy, A: Patrick Zircher
Green Lantern — W: Robert Venditti, A: Billy Tan
Harley Quinn — W: Jimmy Palmiotti & Amanda Conner, A: Chad Hardin
Justice League — W: Geoff Johns, A: Jason Fabok
Justice League United — W:Stay tuned for creative team info!, A:
Lobo — W: Cullen Bunn, A: Cliff Richards
Secret Six — W: Gail Simone, A: Dale Eaglesham
Sinestro — W: Cullen Bunn, A: Bradley Walker
New Suicide Squad — W: Sean Ryan, A: Carlos D’Anda
Superman — W: Gene Luen Yang, A: John Romita, Jr.
Superman/Wonder Woman — W: Peter J. Tomasi, A: Doug Mahnke
Teen Titans — W: Will Pfeifer, A: Kenneth Rocafort
Wonder Woman — W: Meredith Finch, A: David Finch
UPDATE 1:00 PM PT: Irene Koh has clarified via Twitter that she is not working as an artist on “Black Canary,” and that her listing as such by DC Comics was an error.
Additionally, both James Tynion IV and Ming Doyle have revealed on their respective Twitter accounts that they are co-writing “Constantine: The Hellblazer.” Doyle was originally listed as sole writer.
UPDATE 11:30 AM PT: DC Comics has requested the removal of the term “limited series” from series originally announced under that designation, though “Section Eight” is still marked as such in official material.