DC Rebirth

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    Rebirth is a company-wide relaunch of DC Comics titles incorporating pre-Flashpoint and New 52 continuity.

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    "DC Universe: Rebirth" #1 signifies the line-wide relaunch in June 2016

    Rebirth is a company-wide relaunch of DC Comics titles beginning in June 2016 and incorporating pre-Flashpoint and The New 52 continuity. This time their line would be stripped down to 32 titles as compared to the 52 different titles of The New 52 launch at the end of 2011. All ongoing titles would be discontinued during Rebirth and either replaced by their new ongoing series or ultimately canceled with no replacement. Unlike the New 52, the Rebirth launch would be spread over several months. Another major change would see 17 of the 32 books being initially shipped twice-monthly with the other 15 being shipped monthly as usual, and all Rebirth titles would be sold for $2.99 only. Last but not least 23 of the 32 books and new ongoing series would be kicked off with a special Rebirth one-shot. In addition, an 80-page DC Universe: Rebirth Special would also be released for $2.99 only on May 25, 2016.

    In an interview with ComicVine Dan DiDio said Rebirth "is about getting back to the core of what DC characters are all about" and will be a "return to greatness!" About the Rebirth Special he added "it's going to have what I believe is the single most controversial scene in DC Comics in all the time I've been there."

    Longest running New 52 titles

    Longest running New 52 titles: 12 of the 52 titles that had been launched in September 2011 would get to a maximum of 52 regular issues before Rebirth; these are (in alphabetical order): Action Comics, Aquaman, Batgirl, Batman, Catwoman, Detective Comics, Green Arrow, Green Lantern, Justice League, Superman, The Flash, Wonder Woman. Only two of these would return to their original volumes and keep their combined regular issues count (original volume one + New 52).

    Action & Detective Comics returning to their original volumes

    Two of DC's formerly longest running series - Action Comics and Detective Comics - that had been cancelled and replaced by new ongoing series and second volumes, respectively, during the New 52 relaunch in September 2011 would be returned to their original volumes combining the numbering of the regular issues of original and the New 52 volumes (not counting zero, point, and one million issues):

    TitleVol. 1 (Original)Vol. 2 (New 52)Vol. 3 (Rebirth)
    Action Comics#1-904#1-52#957
    Detective Comics#1-881#1-52#934

    *NOTE*: Titles are arranged by release date, THEN alphabetically. Also, current ongoing titles are marked with an asterisk.

    DC Rebirth: June 2016-December 2017

    Ongoing series:

    1. Action Comics* - Written by Dan Jurgens, with art by Patrick Zircher, Tyler Kirkham, and Stephen Segovia.
    2. Detective Comics* - Written by James Tynion IV, with art by Eddy Barrows and Alvaro Martinez.
    3. Batman* - Written by Tom King, with art by David Finch and Mikel Janin.
    4. Green Arrow* - Written by Ben Percy, with art by Otto Schmidt and Juan Ferreya.
    5. Green Lanterns* - Written by Sam Humphries, with art by Robson Rocha and Ardian Syaf.
    6. Superman* - Written by Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason, with art by Doug Mahnke and Patrick Gleason as well.
    7. Aquaman* - Written by Dan Abnett, with art by Brad Walker, Jesus Merino, Phil Briones.
    8. The Flash* - Written by Josh Williamson, with art by Carmine Di Giandomenico and Neil Googe.
    9. Wonder Woman* - Written by Greg Rucka, with art by Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott.
    10. New Super-Man* - Written by Gene Luen Yang, with art by Viktor Bodganovich.
    11. Justice League* - Written by Bryan Hitch, with art by Tony Daniel and Fernando Pasarin.
    12. Batgirl* - Written by Hope Larson, with art by Rafael Albuquerque.
    13. Hal Jordan & The Green Lantern Corps* - Written by Rob Venditti, with art by Ethan Van Sciver and Rafa Sandoval.
    14. Nightwing* - Written by Tim Seeley, with art by Javi Fernandez and Marcus To.
    15. Titans* - Written by Dan Abnett, with art by Brett Booth.
    16. Harley Quinn* - Written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner, with art by Chad Hardin and John Timms.
    17. All-Star Batman - Written by Scott Snyder, with art by a rotating cast of Snyder's favorite artists.
    18. Red Hood and the Outlaws* - Written by Scott Lobdell, with art by Decter Soy.
    19. Superwoman - Written by Phil Jimenez, with art by Emmanuela Lupacchino and Phil Jimenez as well.
    20. Batgirl and the Birds of Prey* - Written by Julie and Shawna Benson, with art by Claire Roe.
    21. Suicide Squad* - Written by Rob Williams, with art by Jim Lee and Philip Tan.
    22. Deathstroke* - Written by Christopher Priest, with art by Carlo Pagulyan, Igor Vitorino, and Felipe Wantanabe.
    23. The Hellblazer* - Written by Simon Oliver, with art by Moritat.
    24. Supergirl* - Written by Steve Orlando, with art by Brian Ching.
    25. Cyborg* - Written by John Semper, Jr with art by Will Conrad.
    26. Trinity* - Written and drawn by Francis Manapul.
    27. Blue Beetle* - Written Keith Giffen, with art by Scott Kolins.
    28. Batman Beyond* - Written by Dan Jurgens, with art by Bernard Chang.
    29. Teen Titans* - Written by Benjamin Percy, with art by Jonboy Meyers.
    30. Super Sons* - Written by Peter J. Tomasi, with art by Jorge Jimenez.
    31. Justice League of America* - Written by Steve Orlando, with art by Ivan Reis.
    32. Batwoman* - Written by James T Tynion IV and Marguerite Bennett, with art by Steve Epting.





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