DC's Young Animal Imprint Gets Major Revamp in March

DC Comics plans to relaunch the Young Animal pop-up imprint, with several titles getting new #1s.

This winter, the Young Animal line of books will cross over with the DC Universe in the five-part "Milk Wars" storyline. Following the conclusion of that event, three titles will be restarted, and the previously announced Eternity Girl series will debut.

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Shade, the Changing Girl will become Shade, the Changing Woman on March 7 as Loma sheds her Earth body. Cecil Castellucci and Marley Zarcone will tell the story about how she encounters the original Changing Man.

On March 21, Cave Carson Has a Cybernetic Eye will now be Cave Carson Has an Interstellar Eye. Jon Rivera and Michael Avon Oeming continue to tell Cave's story as he enters a black hole.

Mother Panic will be transported into the future of a dystopian Gotham City with no Batman. Jody Houser, Tommy Lee Edwards and Ibrahim Moustafa are the creative team on Mother Panic: Gotham A.D., out on March 28.

The six-issue miniseries Eternity Girl by Magdalene Visaggio and Sonny Liew will launch March 7. It follows a former superhero who has been hideously disfigured but can't die, so she sets out to destroy the universe.

Curated by My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way, Young Animal debuted in 2016 to critical acclaim. Launching with four ongoing series, the imprint has since expanded to include the Bug: The Adventures of Forager miniseries. Other miniseries joining the imprint in 2018 include Deathbed by Joshua Williamson and Riley Rossmo and Motherlands from Si Spurrier and Rachet Stott.

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