DC Comics has revealed the line-up of upcoming titles and creative teams for the first wave of Wonder Comics, the new teen-focused, in-continuity imprint curated by Action Comics writer Brian Michael Bendis.
According to the official press release from DC, Bendis revealed the information at New York Comic Con as a tease for his spotlight panel on Saturday night. Bendis himself is set to partner with artist Patrick Gleason on a Young Justice comic, which will unite Impulse (Bart Allen), Superboy (Conner Kent) and Robin (Tim Drake). Bendis also said he’d be introducing Teen Lantern as a part of the new Young Justice team’s lineup. Bendis and Gleason's Young Justice, which will kick off the Wonder Comics imprint, is slated to debut early next year.
In addition to Young Justice, the first wave of offerings from Wonder Comics will consist of Naomi, Wonder Twins and Dial H For Hero. Bendis will co-write Naomi along with David Walker (Cyborg), and Jamal Campbell (Justice League of America: Vixen) will illustrate the comic. Writer Mark Russell (The Flintstones) and artist Stephen Byrne (Justice League/Power Rangers) will serve as the creative team on the new Wonder Twins comic, while writer Sam Humphries (Harley Quinn) and artist Joe Quinones (Black Canary/Zatanna) will work on Dial H For Hero.
Young Justice will debut in early 2019.