Detective Comics (Volume 2). Preceded by Detective Comics Volume 1, Continued in Detective Comics Volume 3.
The new volume of DC's flagship title, Detective Comics, following the post-Flashpoint relaunch of the DC Universe. Originally launched as a standard book, the title received a backup feature starting with issue #8. The title launched with Writer/Artist Tony Daniel at the helm, who would leave shortly after a full year on the title, to become the regular artist on Action Comics. With Daniel's departure, writer John Layman, and artist Jason Fabok took his place as the new creative team.
April 2013's issue #19 was an extra large anniversary issue, as combined with the first volume of the series, it was the 900th issue of Detective Comics published, yet DC wanted to retain the numbering.
Main Feature Written by: Tony Daniel (#1-12); Gregg Hurwitz (#0); John Layman (#13 - 29); Francis Manapul (#30 - Present)
Main Feature Illustrated by: Tony Daniel (#1-9, #12, #0); Ed Benes (#10); Eduardo Pansica (#11); Julio Ferreira (#11); Jason Fabok (#13 - 29); Brian Buccellato (#30 - Present)
Back-Up Feature Written by: Tony Daniel (#8-11); James Tynion IV (#12, #0); John Layman (#13 - 29)
Back-Up Feature Illustrated by: Szymon Kudranski (#8-12); Henrik Jonsson (#0); Andy Clarke (#13 - 29)
For Pre Flashpoint volume 1, refer to Detective Comics.
In September 2013 DC is having all its books focus on the villains because of Trinity War and Forever Evil and number them by '.1', '.2' and so on up to '.4'.
The 4 Villain books that are from Detective Comics are
Non-U.S. Collected Editions