DC Comics Schedule of ‘The New 52’

DC Comics’ ‘New 52’ mass reboot of 52 of their titles is already a huge success.  A good handful of these titles are already out in stores. Check out DC’s schedule to see what issue 1’s you may have missed and what’s right around the corner…

The following list displays the on-sale dates of all 52 new DC Comics titles.  Please note, all of the titles mentioned below are issue #1’s.

August 31

Justice League

September 7

Action Comics, Animal Man, Batgirl, Batwing, Detective Comics, Green Arrow, Hawk and Dove, Justice League International, Men of War, O.M.A.C., Static Shock, StormWatch, Swamp Thing.

September 14

Batman and Robin, Batwoman, Deathstroke, Demon Knights, Frankenstein: Agent of S.H.A.D.E., Green Lantern, Grifter, Legion Lost, Mister Terrific, Red Lanterns, Resurrection Man, Suicide Squad, Superboy.

September 21

Batman, Birds of Prey, Blue Beetle, Captain Atom, Catwoman, DC Universe Presents, Green Lantern Corps, Legion of Super-Heroes, Nightwing, Red Hood and the Outlaws, Supergirl, Wonder Woman.

September 28

All-Star Western, Aquaman, Batman: The Dark Knight, Blackhawks, The Flash, The Fury of Firestorm, Green Lantern: New Guardians, I Vampire, Justice League Dark, The Savage Hawkman, Superman, Teen Titans, Voodoo.



7 Responses to “DC Comics Schedule of ‘The New 52’”

  1. Brian White

    I’m still against this.

    Does Superman wear a metal suit now?

    Aquaman is looking a little…(I don;t even have a word for his appearance…LOL)

  2. Gregg

    It’s great stuff so far! Justice League #1 was awesome! No, Superman’s suit is not metal.

  3. Jerry

    I agree Gregg, JLA #1 was very good and I also liked both Dectective Comics #1 and Action Comics #1. So far they haven’t played into any of my fears about this transformation. In addition I read the Flashpoint series which is also very good as well.

  4. David

    I agree with Jerry. However, Batgirl and Green Arrow were very good as well. And i kind of like the new “no red underwear” on Supes. they are doing the same in the MOS film and i think it’ll catch on

  5. Zach

    I know a lot of people are against this – but I’m loving it!! And I’m a fan of the classic DC stories. I think the reboot is refreshing. JLA has incredible artwork and while it’s not the deepest story, it’s got witty dialogue and is a blast to read. Action comics is deeper and has a ton of potential; watching Superman grow through his transitional phase in life to become the iconic hero is great. And I LOVE Superman’s new costume, not sure why anyone’s upset about that. And Aquaman looks beast (I know, he’s the one people make fun of… but i think he looks legit). Detective comics had a really good twist at the end. Animal man was fantastic. Can’t wait for more!

  6. Megan

    So far, I have really enjoyed Green Arrow and Blue Beetle. Although I think the Green Arrow from Smallville is way hotter! I am totally disappointed in Wonder Women and am currently on a hunt for Suicide Squad and Justice League. Can’t wait for JL-Dark to come out this week. That should be good.

  7. Nathan

    I’m up to the #3’s, and so far, they’re all really awesome. Catwoman #1 and #2 are… well… read them.