This September, the DC Universe continues to adjust to the events of the ongoing "Rebirth" status quo. DC Comics' solicitations for its September 2016 releases reveal that Rebirth will continue to make waves, as the Trinity investigates, Clark Kent reveals his secrets, Red Hood encounters a new post-"Flashpoint" character and more.
The band is back together in Francis Manapul's "Trinity" #1, which reunites Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. This Golden Trio will explore "what forces launched their heroic careers," which makes it sound as though they will be investigating the mysterious force behind the New 52.
Just who is Clark Kent, and how can he be in the same room as Superman? Dan Jurgens and Patrick Zircher will tell all in "Action Comics" #936, where Kent makes an attempt to clear his name and any suspicion that he's Superman.
"Supergirl" is back, and she has her very own title for the first time in years. Steve Orlando and Brian Ching's series will hew a little closer to the current television series of the same name when it brings its title character to National City and finds her attempting to balance work, school and life in general.
The Teen Titans will get a new member in Benjamin Percy and Jonboy Meyer's "Teen Titans: Rebirth" #1: Damian Wayne. The youngest Robin will recruit Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy and the new Kid Flash to help him fight his own grandfather, Ra's al Ghul.
Robin won't be the only member of the Bat family to see action this September. "Rise of the Monster Men," the first crossover since the Rebirth relaunch, will hit "Batman," "Detective Comics" and "Nightwing."
Artemis will make her current continuity debut in "Red Hood and the Outlaws." Scott Lobdell and Dexter Soy will usher in the Amazon's first appearance since "Flashpoint," as Red Hood's investigation takes a painful turn.