List of The New 52 imprint publications

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DC Comics artist Jim Lee holding a copy of The New 52 2012 Free Comic Book Day issue.

In September 2011, DC Comics relaunched their entire line of publications, dubbing the new publishing initiative as The New 52. The relaunch saw DC introduce same-day release of physical comics with digital platforms, as well as characters from the former WildStorm and Vertigo imprints being absorbed into a rebooted DC Universe.[1] The intent was to publish 52 ongoing titles each month across the DC Universe.[2] However, DC has also counted one-shots, miniseries and maxiseries in that number. In subsequent Septembers following the launch, DC has featured unique publishing initiatives to commemorate the relaunch. DC released a total of 93 ongoing titles across multiple "wave" releases, until June 2015, when it discontinued the "New 52" branding. To expand The New 52 universe, DC also released 22 one-shots, 17 miniseries and three maxiseries.

Ongoing series

The New 52 ongoing series are organized under seven different "families," grouping similar characters or themes within the books together. By the release of the October 2013 solicitations, DC was no longer grouping the titles by these families. They instead began releasing one larger solicit, titled "The New 52 Group". However, titles that were not participating in an event for the month, such as "Forever Evil", were still grouped together in the larger solicit by the previous family headings.[3] In September 2014, DC co-publisher Dan DiDio spoke about classifying the titles into the families, saying, "one of the things we did, when we launched the New 52, we broke those classifications up in a way that we were able to draw attention to all the characters. So we put them in groupings so we would be able to promote and help them draw attention in groups. It was never made to be a certain amount different stuff. [sic] We always want to have different styles of product... with a lot of characters, we're careful. Things like Frankenstein and Grifter and Voodoo and things of that nature, which were really risky characters and risky chances for us to take, and we're very happy to do them. Even though they didn't work, we knew there was value in those characters... We think they brought a lot of value to the launch. They brought a lot of breadth and depth to the line of books, and a diversity to the line. We didn't want to put them out and then forget about them. It was very important to make sure that they were prominent in other series, and that's why we put them in" other series.[4]

In May 2012, DC cancelled titles from the initial launch (which had been dubbed the "First Wave") and launched new titles, which would become "Second Wave" titles.[5] DC continued to use the "wave" format of introducing new titles, which occasionally corresponded with titles being canceled, to "constantly refresh the line".[6] A "Third Wave" began in September 2012,[6] while the "Fourth Wave" saw titles launching from January 2013 to March 2013.[7][8] The "Fifth Wave" of new titles took place from May 2013 to July 2013.[8] The first phase of The New 52 concluded in March 2014, at the end of "Forever Evil", with a new phase beginning in April 2014.[9] In June 2015, after the Convergence miniseries, DC no longer used the "New 52" name to brand their books; however the continuity continued. 25 of the titles published before Convergence continued to be published with many of the same creative teams, along with 24 new titles.[10]

"Justice League"

These titles feature characters related to the Justice League.

Title Publication dates / Issues Initial creative team[note1] Notes / References
Aquaman First Wave[11]
September 2011 – March 2015[note4]
(1–40, 0, plus 2 Annuals)
Writer
Geoff Johns
Penciller
Ivan Reis
Inker
Joe Prado
Aquaman and the Others Seventh Wave
April 2014[12] – March 2015[13]
(1–11)
Writer
Dan Jurgens
Artists
Lan Medina
Ed Tadeo
Featuring Aquaman, the Operative, Prisoner-Of-War, Ya’wara, and Sky.[14]
Captain Atom First Wave[11]
September 2011 – September 2012[15]
(1–12, 0)
Writer
J. T. Krul
Artist
Freddie Williams II
DC Universe Presents First Wave[11]
September 2011 – April 2013[16]
(1–19, 0)
Various This series, (not to be confused with the Titan Magazines series), presents multi-issue stories about different DC characters, each by a different creative team.

Issues 1–5: Deadman
Issues 6–8: Challengers of the Unknown
Issues 9–11: Vandal Savage
Issue 12: Kid Flash
Issue 0: O.M.A.C.; Mister Terrific; Hawk & Dove; Blackhawks; Deadman
Issues 13–16: Black Lightning and Blue Devil
Issue 17: Arsenal
Issue 18: Starfire
Issue 19: Beowulf
Earth 2 Second Wave[5]
May 2012 – March 2015[10][13]
(1–32, 0, plus 2 Annuals)
Writer
James Robinson
Penciller
Nicola Scott
Inker
Trevor Scott
This series is set on a parallel earth and headlined by the Wonders of the World.
The Flash First Wave[11]
September 2011 – March 2015[note4]
(1–40, 0, plus 3 Annuals)
Writers
Brian Buccelato
Francis Manapul
Artist
Francis Manapul
Focusing on Barry Allen.
The Fury of Firestorm: The Nuclear Men First Wave[11]
September 2011 – May 2013[17]
(1–20, 0)
Writers
Gail Simone
Ethan Van Sciver
Artist
Yıldıray Çınar
Focusing on Jason Rusch and Ronnie Raymond. The title appearing on the series' cover was changed from The Nuclear Men to The Nuclear Man with issue 13[18]
Green Arrow First Wave[11]
September 2011 – March 2015[note4]
(1–40, 0)
Writer
J.T. Krul
Artists
David Baron
Dan Jurgens
George Pérez
Dave Wilkins
Justice League First Wave[11]
August 2011 – April 2015[note4]
(1–40, 0)
Writer
Geoff Johns
Penciller
Jim Lee
Inker
Scott Williams
The first six issues cover the Justice League's origin that took place five years before the present day, with initial team members Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Flash, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and Cyborg.
A ten-page Shazam! back-up feature by Johns and artist Gary Frank began with issue 7 and concluded with issue 21, serving as a Shazam!-only story.
Justice League 3000 Sixth Wave
December 2013[19] – March 2015[10][13]
(1–15)
Writer
Keith Giffen
JM DeMatteis
Artist
Howard Porter
Justice League International First Wave[11]
September 2011 – August 2012[20]
(1–12, plus 1 Annual)
Writer
Dan Jurgens
Penciller
Aaron Lopresti
Inker
Matt Ryan
Initial team included Booster Gold, Fire, Ice, Rocket Red (Gavril Ivanovich), Green Lantern, Vixen, August General in Iron, and Godiva.
Justice League of America's Vibe Fourth Wave[7]
February 2013 – December 2013[21]
(1–10)
Writers
Andrew Kreisberg
Geoff Johns
Artist
Pete Woods
Justice League of America Fourth Wave[7]
February 2013 – May 2014[22]
(1–14)
Writer
Geoff Johns
Artist
David Finch
Initial team members are Steve Trevor, Martian Manhunter, Green Arrow, Hawkman, Catwoman, the new Green Lantern Simon Baz, Stargirl, Katana and Vibe. Includes a Martian Manhunter back-up feature written by Matt Kindt with art by Scott Clark, starting with issue 2.

The series was intended to be retitled Justice League Canada in 2014,[23] before announcing in January 2014 that it would relaunch as Justice League United in April 2014.[24]

Justice League United Seventh Wave
April 2014[12] – March 2015[note4]
(0–10, plus 1 Annual)
Writer
Jeff Lemire
Artist
Mike McKone
Initial team members are Animal Man, Martian Manhunter, Green Arrow, Hawkman, Stargirl, Supergirl, Adam Strange, Alanna Strange[24] and a new character, Equinox, a Cree teenager from Moose Factory. Her powers stem from the Earth and change with the seasons.[25]

The series was intended to be a retitled version of Justice League of America, known as Justice League Canada,[23] until it was announced in January 2014 that Justice League of America would be relaunched. An extra-size zero issue released in April 2014, followed by the first issue of the series in May 2014.[24][26] Issues 1–3 were offered with Canadian variant covers, featuring the working title of "Justice League Canada" instead of Justice League United.[27]

Katana Fourth Wave[7]
February 2013 – December 2013[21]
(1–10)
Writer
Ann Nocenti
Artist
Alex Sanchez
Spinning out of Justice League of America and Birds of Prey.[28]
Mister Terrific First Wave[11]
September 2011 – April 2012[5]
(1–8)
Writer
Eric Wallace
Penciller
Gianluca Gugliotta
Inker
Wayne Faucher
The Savage Hawkman First Wave[11]
September 2011 – May 2013[17]
(1–20, 0)
Writer
Tony Daniel
Artist
Philip Tan
Focusing on Katar Hol under the name of Carter Hall.
Secret Origins Seventh Wave
April 2014[12] – March 2015[13]
(1–11)
Various Focusing on The New 52 beginnings of DC heroes by a rotating creative team depending on the characters covered.[29]

Issue 1: Superman; Supergirl; Dick Grayson[12]
Issue 2: Batman; Aquaman; Starfire[26]
Issue 3: Green Lantern (Hal Jordan); Batwoman; Red Robin[30]
Issue 4: Harley Quinn; Green Arrow; Damian, Son of Batman[31]
Issue 5: Cyborg; Red Hood; Mera[32]
Issue 6: Wonder Woman; Deadman; Sinestro[33]
Issue 7: Huntress; Superboy; The Flash[34]
Issue 8: Grayson; Animal Man; Katana[35]
Issue 9: Swamp Thing; Power Girl; Green Lantern (John Stewart)[36]
Issue 10: Batgirl; Firestorm; Poison Ivy[37]
Issue 11: Black Canary; Red Lantern Guy Gardner; John Constantine[13]
Wonder Woman First Wave[11]
September 2011 – April 2015[note4]
(1–40, 0)
Writer
Brian Azzarello
Artist
Cliff Chiang
Worlds' Finest Second Wave[5]
May 2012 – March 2015[13]
(1–32, 0, plus 1 Annual)
Writer
Paul Levitz
Artists
George Pérez
Kevin Maguire
For most of the series, this title starred the Earth 2 versions of Robin and Supergirl (changing their names to Huntress and Power Girl after they were relocated to Earth Prime.)

"Batman"

These titles feature Batman and the "Batman Family" of characters.

Title Publication dates / Issues Initial creative team[note1] Notes / References
Arkham Manor Ninth Wave
October 2014[33] – March 2015[13]
(1–6)
Writer
Gerry Duggan
Artist
Shawn Crystal
Wayne Manor gets transformed into a new Arkham Asylum.[38] In April 2015, Arkham Manor: Endgame #1 was also published, as a tie-in to the "Batman: Endgame" storyline.[13]
Batgirl First Wave[11]
September 2011 – March 2015[note4]
(1–40, 0, plus 2 Annuals)
Writer
Gail Simone
Penciller
Ardian Syaf
Inker
Vicente Cifuentes
Focusing on Barbara Gordon, who has retaken the mantle of Batgirl. In March 2015, Batgirl: Endgame #1 was also published, as a tie-in to the "Batman: Endgame" storyline.[13]
Batman First Wave[11]
September 2011 – April 2015[note4]
(1–40, 0, plus 3 Annuals)
Writer
Scott Snyder
Penciller
Greg Capullo
Inker
Jonathan Glapion
Starting with issue 8, a back-up feature was included, written by Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV.[39]
Batman: The Dark Knight First Wave[11]
September 2011 – March 2014[40]
(1–29, 0, plus 1 Annual)
Writers
David Finch
Paul Jenkins
Penciller
David Finch
Inker
Richard Friend
Batman and Robin[note2] First Wave[11]
September 2011 – March 2015[10][13]
(1–40, 0, plus 3 Annuals)
Writer
Peter J. Tomasi
Penciller
Pat Gleason
Inker
Mick Gray
Batman, Incorporated Second Wave[5]
May 2012 – July 2013[41]
(1–13, 0, plus 1 special)
Writer
Grant Morrison
Artist
Chris Burnham
The series concluded in July 2013, with a final special issue released in August 2013.[42][43]
Batwing First Wave[11]
September 2011 – August 2014[32]
(1–34, 0)
Writer
Judd Winick
Artist
Ben Oliver
Initially focused on David Zavimbe, and later Luke Fox starting with issue 20. The series concluded in August 2014, with a "The New 52: Futures End" one-shot releasing in September 2014.[44]
Batwoman First Wave[11]
September 2011 – March 2015[13]
(1–40, 0, plus 1 Annual)
Writers
J. H. Williams III
W. Haden Blackman
Artist
J. H. Williams III
Birds of Prey First Wave[11]
September 2011 – August 2014[32]
(1–34, 0)
Writer
Duane Swierczynski
Artist
Jesús Saíz
Initial team included Black Canary, Batgirl, Starling, Katana and Poison Ivy. The series concluded in August 2014, with a "The New 52: Futures End" one-shot releasing in September 2014.[44]
Catwoman First Wave[11]
September 2011 – March 2015[note4]
(1–40, 0, plus 1 Annual)
Writer
Judd Winick
Artist
Guillem March
Detective Comics First Wave[11]
September 2011 – March 2015[note4]
(1–40, 0, plus 3 Annuals)
Writer
Tony S. Daniel
Penciller
Tony S. Daniel
Inker
Ryan Winn
In March 2015, Detective Comics: Endgame #1 was also published, as a tie-in to the "Batman: Endgame" storyline.[13]
Gotham Academy Ninth Wave
October 2014[33] – April 2015[note4]
(1–6)
Writers
Becky Cloonan
Brandon Fletcher
Artist
Karl Kerschl
A teen drama set in a preparatory school in Gotham, where Bruce Wayne is a benefactor.[38] In April 2015, Gotham Academy: Endgame #1 was also published, as a tie-in to the "Batman: Endgame" storyline.[13]
Gotham by Midnight Ninth Wave
November 2014[34] – March 2015[note4]
(1–5)
Writers
Ray Fawkes
Artist
Ben Templesmith
A horror series featuring Detective Jim Corrigan (Spectre) as part of "The Midnight Shift", a division of the Gotham City Police Department which focuses on supernatural occurrences.[45]
Grayson Eighth Wave
July 2014[31] – March 2015[note4]
(1–8, plus 1 Annual)
Writers
Tim Seeley
Tom King
Artist
Mikel Janin
Examining Dick Grayson's new life as an undercover superspy for Spyral, as he attempts to stay "dead" after the events of Forever Evil. Former CIA agent Tom King is a contributing writer for the series.[46]
Harley Quinn Sixth Wave
November 2013[47] – April 2015[note4]
(0–16, plus 1 Annual)
Writer
Amanda Conner
Jimmy Palmiotti
Artist
Chad Hardin
The first issue, released as #0, features nineteen different artists, with Harley breaking the fourth wall, critiquing each of them.[48][49] One of the artists, Chad Hardin, was announced as the series ongoing artist in September 2013.[50]
Nightwing First Wave[11]
September 2011 – May 2014[22]
(1–30, 0, plus 1 Annual)
Writer
Kyle Higgins
Penciller
Eddy Barrows
Inker
JP Mayer
Focusing on Dick Grayson.
Red Hood and the Outlaws First Wave[11]
September 2011 – March 2015[10][13]
(1–40, 0, plus 2 Annuals)
Writer
Scott Lobdell
Artist
Kenneth Rocafort
Focusing on Jason Todd, Roy Harper and Starfire.[51]
Talon Third Wave[6]
September 2012 – March 2014[40]
(0–17)
Writers
Scott Snyder
James Tynion IV
Artist
Guillem March
Spinning off from the "Night of the Owls" storyline in Batman, it focuses on the former Talon Calvin Rose.

"Superman"

These titles feature Superman and the "Superman Family" of characters.

Title Publication dates / Issues Initial creative team[note1] Notes / References
Action Comics First Wave[11]
September 2011 – March 2015[note4]
(1–40, 0, plus 3 Annuals)
Writer
Grant Morrison
Penciller
Rags Morales
Inker
Rick Bryant
Action Comics' first story arc details Superman's rebooted history, while Superman features his present day adventures. Superman's new costume is explained as a ceremonial battle armor that pays tribute to his Kryptonian past.[52] While originally focusing in the past around the beginning of Superman's career, the series shifted to the present starting with Issue 19.
Batman/Superman Fifth Wave[8]
June 2013[53] – March 2015[note4]
(1–20, plus 2 Annuals)
Writer
Greg Pak
Artist
Jae Lee
Ben Oliver
The series focuses on the shared adventures of Batman and Superman in The New 52.[54]
Superboy First Wave[11]
September 2011 – August 2014[32]
(1–34, 0, plus 1 Annual)
Writer
Scott Lobdell
Penciller
R. B. Silva
Inker
Robeiro Leandro da Silva
Superboy's history was intended to have much of it intact with the character kidnapped by N.O.W.H.E.R.E. for reverse engineering.[55][56] However, writer Scott Lobdell points out that much of the character's backstory that was tied to Superman's backstory was erased when the changes to Superman were made.[57] The series concluded in August 2014, with a "The New 52: Futures End" one-shot releasing in September 2014.[44]
Supergirl First Wave[11]
September 2011 – March 2015[10][13]
(1–40, 0)
Writers
Michael Green
Mike Johnson
Penciller
Mahmud Asrar
Inkers
Dan Green
Mahmud Asrar
Superman First Wave[11]
September 2011 – April 2015[note4]
(1–40, 0, plus 2 Annuals)
Writer
George Pérez
Pencillers
Jesús Merino
George Pérez
Inker
Jesús Merino
Superman/Wonder Woman Sixth Wave
October 2013[58] – April 2015[note4]
(1–17, plus 1 Annual)
Writer
Charles Soule
Artist
Tony Daniel
Batt
The series explores the relationship between Superman and Wonder Woman.[59]
Superman Unchained Fifth Wave[8]
June 2013[53] – October 2014[60]
(1–9)
Writer
Scott Snyder
Artist
Jim Lee
Scott Williams
Dustin Nguyen
Includes a back-up feature written by Scott Snyder and drawn by Dustin Nguyen.[61]

"Green Lantern"

These titles feature the members of the Green Lantern Corps, as well as the other Lantern Corps of the emotional spectrum.

Title Publication dates / Issues Initial creative team[note1] Notes / References
Green Lantern First Wave[11]
September 2011 – March 2015[note4]
(1–40, 0, plus 3 Annuals)
Writer
Geoff Johns
Penciller
Doug Mahnke
Inkers
Christian Alamy
Tom Nguyen
Focusing on the Green Lanterns Hal Jordan, Sinestro, and Simon Baz.

In February 2014, issue 28 released as a joint flip issue with Red Lanterns.[62]
Green Lantern Corps First Wave[11]
September 2011 – March 2015[13]
(1–40, 0, plus 2 Annuals)
Writer
Peter Tomasi
Penciller
Fernando Pasarin
Inker
Scott Hanna
Originally focusing on the Green Lanterns Guy Gardner and John Stewart before shifting to focusing on John Stewart only with issue 21.
Green Lantern: New Guardians First Wave[11]
September 2011 – March 2015[13]
(1–40, 0, plus 2 Annuals)
Writer
Tony Bedard
Penciller
Tyler Kirkham
Inker
Batt
Initially focusing on a makeshift team of "guardians", featuring Kyle Rayner (Green Lantern Corps), Arkillo (Sinestro Corps), Bleez (Red Lantern Corps), Glomulus (Orange Lantern Corps), Munk (Indigo Tribe), Saint Walker (Blue Lantern Corps) and Fatality (Star Sapphires).
Larfleeze Fifth Wave[8]
June 2013[53] – June 2014[30]
(1–12)
Writers
Keith Giffen
J.M. DeMatteis
Artist
Scott Kollins
Spinning out of the Threshold back-up featuring Larfleeze.[63]
Red Lanterns First Wave[11]
September 2011 – March 2015[13]
(1–40, 0, plus 1 Annual)
Writer
Peter Milligan
Penciller
Ed Benes
Inker
Rob Hunter
Focused on Atrocitus and his Red Lanterns. Starting with issue 21, the series focused on former Green Lantern Guy Gardner, now a Red Lantern. In February 2014, issue 28 released as a joint flip issue with Green Lantern.[62]
Sinestro Seventh Wave
April 2014[12] – March 2015[note4]
(1–11, plus 1 Annual)
Writer
Cullen Bunn
Artist
Dale Eaglesham
Spinning out of the "Forever Evil" event and the Sinestro "Villains Month" one-shot in Green Lantern #23.4. Also featuring members of the Sinestro Corps, with Lyssa Drak, Arkillo, Dez Trevius, and Rigen Kale acting as an "inner council" for Sinestro.[64]

"Young Justice"

These titles feature teen-aged characters and superhero teams.[65]

Title Publication dates / Issues Initial creative team[note1] Notes / References
Blue Beetle First Wave[11]
September 2011 – January 2013[66]
(1–16, 0)
Writer
Tony Bedard
Penciller
Ig Guara
Inker
Ruy Jose
Hawk & Dove First Wave[11]
September 2011 – April 2012[5]
(1–8)
Writer
Sterling Gates
Artist
Rob Liefeld
Legion Lost First Wave[11]
September 2011 – January 2013[66]
(1–16, 0)
Writer
Fabian Nicieza
Artist
Pete Woods
Initial team included Chameleon Girl, Dawnstar, Gates, Timber Wolf, Tellus, Tyroc and Wildfire.
Legion of Super-Heroes First Wave[11]
September 2011 – August 2013[42]
(1–23, 0)
Writer
Paul Levitz
Artist
Francis Portela
The Legion did not undergo a reboot; instead, the Post-Infinite Crisis Legion remained more or less intact, having lost contact with their Superman after the events of "Flashpoint".
Static Shock First Wave[11]
September 2011 – April 2012[5]
(1–8)
Writers
Scott McDaniel
John Rozum
Penciller
Scott McDaniel
Inkers
Jonathan Glapion
LaMonte L. Underwood
Teen Titans (vol. 4) First Wave[11]
September 2011 – April 2014[12]
(1–30, 0, plus 3 Annuals)
Writer
Scott Lobdell
Penciller
Brett Booth
Inker
Norm Rapmund
Initial team consisted of Red Robin, Kid Flash, Superboy, Wonder Girl, Solstice, Skitter and Bunker.
Teen Titans (vol. 5) Eighth Wave
July 2014[31] – March 2015[note4]
(1–8, plus 1 Annual)
Writer
Will Pfeifer
Artist
Kenneth Rocafort
This series is a relaunch of Teen Titans (vol. 4), and continues that continuity, while still heading in a new direction and exploring new themes. Initial team consists of Red Robin, Wonder Girl, Raven, Bunker, and Beast Boy.[67]
The Ravagers Second Wave[5]
May 2012 – May 2013[17]
(1–12, 0)
Writer
Howard Mackie
Artists
Ian Churchill
Norm Rapmund
Spinning out of the "The Culling" storyline from Teen Titans and Superboy.

"The Edge"

These are titles with war, science fiction, western, or crime themes, and include titles and characters formerly belonging to the WildStorm imprint.[68]

Title Publication dates / Issues Initial creative team[note1] Notes / References
All-Star Western First Wave[11]
September 2011 – August 2014[32]
(1–34, 0)
Writers
Jimmy Palmiotti
Justin Gray
Artist
Moritat
Focusing on Jonah Hex and Amadeus Arkham.
Blackhawks First Wave[11]
September 2011 – April 2012[5]
(1–8)
Writer
Mike Costa
Artist
Ken Lashley
Deathstroke (vol. 2) First Wave[11]
September 2011 – May 2013[17]
(1–20, 0)
Writer
Kyle Higgins
Penciller
Joe Bennett
Inker
Art Thibert
Deathstroke (vol. 3) Ninth Wave
October 2014[33] – March 2015[note4]
(1–6)
Writer
Tony Daniel
Artists
Tony Daniel
Sandu Florea
G.I. Combat Second Wave[5]
May 2012 – December 2012[69]
(1–7, 0)
Writers
J. T. Krul
Justin Gray
Jimmy Palmiotti
Artists
Ariel Olivetti
Dan Panosian
Grifter First Wave[11]
September 2011 – January 2013[66]
(1–16, 0)
Writer
Nathan Edmondson
Penciller
CAFU
Inker
Jason Gorder
Infinity Man and the Forever People Eighth Wave
June 2014[31] – March 2015[13]
(1–9)
Writers
Keith Giffen
Dan DiDio
Artists
Keith Giffen
Scott Koblish
Lobo Ninth Wave
October 2014[33] – March 2015[note4]
(1–6)
Writer
Cullen Bunn
Artist
Reilly Brown
Men of War First Wave[11]
September 2011 – April 2012[5]
(1–8)
Writers
Jonathan Vankin
Ivan Brandon
Artists
Tom Derenick
Phil Winslade
New Suicide Squad Eighth Wave
July 2014[31] – March 2015[note4]
(1–8)
Writer
Sean Ryan
Artist
Jeremy Roberts
Initial team members are Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Deathstroke, Black Manta and Joker's Daughter.[70]
O.M.A.C. First Wave[11]
September 2011 – April 2012[5]
(1–8)
Writers
Keith Giffen
Dan DiDio
Penciller
Keith Giffen
Inker
Scott Koblish
Focusing on Kevin Kho.
Secret Six Ninth Wave
December 2014 – February 2015[71][note4]
(1–2)
Writer
Gail Simone
Artist
Ken Lashley
Focusing on Catman, Scandal, Deadshot, Rag Doll, and Black Alice.[72]
Star-Spangled War Stories Featuring G.I. Zombie Eighth Wave
July 2014[31] – March 2015[13]
(1–8)
Writers
Jimmy Palmiotti
Justin Gray
Artist
Scott Hampton
Focusing on G.I. Zombie, as he fights for his country war after war.[73]
Stormwatch First Wave[11]
September 2011 – April 2014[12]
(1–30, 0)
Writer
Paul Cornell
Artist
Miguel A. Sepulveda
Initial team included Jack Hawksmoor, Apollo, Midnighter, Jenny Quantum, the Engineer, Adam One, the Martian Manhunter, Emma Rice and Harry Tanner. Stormwatch is an organization that has protected Earth from major alien threats since the Dark Ages.
Suicide Squad First Wave[11]
September 2011 – May 2014[22]
(1–30, 0)
Writer
Adam Glass
Pencillers
Federico Dallocchio
Ransom Getty
Inkers
Scott Hanna
Federico Dallocchio
Initial team members are Harley Quinn, Deadshot, El Diablo, Voltaic, Black Spider, Savant, King Shark and Yo-Yo
Team 7 Third Wave[6]
September 2012 – May 2013[17]
(0–8)
Writer
Justin Jordan
Artist
Jesús Merino
This title revived a former WildStorm title.
The Green Team: Teen Trillionaires Fifth Wave[8]
May 2013[17] – January 2014[74]
(1–8)
Writers
Art Baltazar
Franco Aureliani
Artist
Ig Guara
Focusing on the "1%" of The New 52, and the effect money has on the superhero world.[75]
The Movement Fifth Wave[8]
May 2013[17] – May 2014[26]
(1–12)
Writer
Gail Simone
Artist
Freddie Williams II
The Movement examines and represents the "poor" and those who suffer from the abuse of money.[75]
Threshold Fourth Wave[7]
January 2013[66] – August 2013[42]
(1–8)
Writer
Keith Giffen
Artists
Tom Raney
Scott Kolins
Spinning out of Green Lantern: New Guardians Annual #1 and Blue Beetle #16, Threshold explores the cosmic mythos of The New 52. A ten-page Larfleeze back-up feature by Keith Giffen ran from issues 1 to 5.[63] A Star Hawkins back-up feature started with issue 6.[53]
Voodoo First Wave[11]
September 2011 – September 2012[15]
(1–12, 0)
Writer
Ron Marz
Artist
Sami Basri

"The Dark"

These are titles with supernatural, fantasy and horror themes, including titles and characters formerly belonging to the Vertigo imprint.[76][77]

Title Publication dates / Issues Initial creative team[note1] Notes / References
Animal Man First Wave[11]
September 2011 – March 2014[40]
(1–29, 0, plus 2 Annuals)
Writer
Jeff Lemire
Penciller
Travel Foreman
Inkers
Dan Green
Travel Foreman
Demon Knights First Wave[11]
September 2011 – August 2013[42]
(1–23, 0)
Writer
Paul Cornell
Penciller
Diogenes Neves
Inker
Oclair Albert
Dial H Second Wave[5]
May 2012 – August 2013[42]
(1–15, 0)
Writer
China Miéville
Artist
Mateus Santoluoco
An epilogue to the series was published in September 2013, part of "Villains Month", in Justice League issue 23.3, titled Dial E #1.[78]
Constantine Fourth Wave[8]
March 2013[79] – March 2015[10][13]
(1–23)
Writers
Jeff Lemire
Ray Fawkes
Artist
Renato Guedes
Constantine launched after the Hellblazer Vertigo title ended in February 2013 with issue 300, focusing on the detective's adventures in The New 52.[80]
Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E. First Wave[11]
September 2011 – January 2013[66]
(1–16, 0)
Writer
Jeff Lemire
Artist
Alberto Ponticelli
Focusing on Frankenstein, Father Time and the members of the secret organization called S.H.A.D.E. Frankenstein is an undead creature stitched together from several corpses.
I, Vampire First Wave[11]
September 2011 – April 2013[16]
(1–19, 0)
Writer
Joshua Hale Fialkov
Artist
Andrea Sorrentino
Justice League Dark First Wave[11]
September 2011 – March 2015[10][13]
(1–40, 0, plus 2 Annuals)
Writer
Peter Milligan
Artist
Mikel Janin
Klarion Ninth Wave
October 2014[33] – March 2015[13]
(1–6)
Writer
Ann Nocenti
Artist
Trevor McCarthy
Resurrection Man First Wave[11]
September 2011 – September 2012[15]
(1–12, 0)
Writers
Dan Abnett
Andy Lanning
Artist
Fernando Dagnino
Swamp Thing First Wave[11]
September 2011 – March 2015[13]
(1–40, 0, plus 3 Annuals)
Writer
Scott Snyder
Artist
Yanick Paquette
Focusing on Alec Holland.
Sword of Sorcery Third Wave[6]
September 2012 – May 2013[17]
(0–8)
Writers
Christy Marx
Tony Bedard
Artists
Aaron Lopresti
Jesús Saíz
Reviving the character Amethyst as well as a Beowulf back-up feature (by Tony Bedard and Jesus Saiz) that ran from issues 0 to 3 and a Stalker back-up feature (by Marc Andreyko and Andrei Bressan) which ran from issues 4 to 6.
Trinity of Sin Ninth Wave
October 2014[33] – March 2015[13]
(1–6)
Writer
J.M. DeMatteis
Artist
Yvel Guichet
Focusing on Phantom Stranger, Pandora and The Question. The series continues the storylines of Phantom Stranger and Pandora from their series, Trinity of Sin: The Phantom Stranger and Trinity of Sin: Pandora, respectively.[81]
Trinity of Sin: Pandora Fifth Wave[8]
July 2013[82] – August 2014[32]
(1–14)
Writer
Ray Fawkes
Artist
Daniel Sampere
Vicente Cifuentes
Patrick Zircher
The series concluded in August 2014, with a "The New 52: Futures End" one-shot releasing in September 2014.[44]
Trinity of Sin: The Phantom Stranger Third Wave[6]
September 2012 – August 2014[32]
(0–22)
Writer
Dan DiDio
Artists
Brent Anderson
Scott Hanna
Originally known as The Phantom Stranger before being retitled in June 2013.[83] The series concluded in August 2014, with a "The New 52: Futures End" one-shot releasing in September 2014.[44]

Other titles

Since the launch of The New 52, DC has published a variety of limited series and one-shots taking place in The New 52 universe and published under The New 52 banner.

One-shots

Title Creative team Notes / References
Batman, Incorporated Special #1
August 2013[42]
Writers
Chris Burnham
Joe Keatinge
Dan Didio
others
Artists
Chris Burnham
Ethan Van Sciver
Jason Masters
others
Batman: Joker's Daughter #1
February 2014[62]
Writer
Marguerite Bennett
Artist
Meghan Hetrick
Batman Zero Year: Director's Cut #1
July 2013[41]
Writers
Scott Snyder
James Tynion IV
Pencillers
Greg Capullo
Rafael Albuquerque
Forever Evil Aftermath: Batman vs. Bane #1
April 2014[12]
Writer
Peter J. Tomasi
Penciller
Scot Eaton
Inker
Jaime Mendoza
Forever Evil Director's Cut #1
October 2013[58]
Writer
Geoff Johns
Penciller
David Finch
Harley Quinn Director's Cut #0
June 2014[30]
Writer
Amanda Conner
Jimmy Palmiotti
others
Artists
Amanda Conner
Jim Lee
Tony S. Daniel
Walter Simonson
Charlie Adlard
Bruce Timm
Adam Hughes
Art Baltazar
Darwyn Cooke
Chad Hardin
Jeremy Roberts
others
Harley Quinn Holiday Special #1
December 2014[35]
Writer
Jimmy Palmiotti
Amanda Conner
Artists
Darwyn Cooke
John Timms
others
Harley Quinn Invades Comic-Con International: San Diego #1
July 2014[31]
Writer
Jimmy Palmiotti
Amanda Conner
Artists
Multiple
Harley Quinn Valentine's Day Special #1
February 2015[37]
Writer
Jimmy Palmiotti
Amanda Conner
Artist
John Timms
Justice League: Trinity War – Director's Cut #1
August 2013[42]
Writer
Geoff Johns
Penciller
Ivan Reis
New Gods: Godhead #1
October 2014[33]
Writers
Robert Venditti
Charles Soule
Cullen Bunn
Van Jensen
Justin Jordan
Artists
Pete Woods
Rags Morales
Billy Tan
The first chapter in the "Green Lantern" title's crossover storyline, "Godhead".[84]
Robin Rises: Omega #1
July 2014[31]
Writer
Peter J. Tomasi
Artists
Andy Kubert
Jonathan Glapion
Concluding the "Hunt for Robin" story line in Batman and... #29–32 and leading directly into Batman and Robin #33.[85]
Robin Rises: Alpha #1
December 2014[35][86][87]
Writer
Peter J. Tomasi
Artists
Andy Kubert
Jonathan Glapion
Superman by Geoff Johns and John Romita, Jr.: Director's Cut #1
September 2014[88]
Writer
Geoff Johns
Penciller
John Romita, Jr.
Superman: Doomed #1
May 2014[26]
Writers
Scott Lobdell
Greg Pak
Charles Soule
Artist
Ken Lashley
Superman: Doomed #2
September 2014[89]
Writers
Greg Pak
Charles Soule
Artists
Ken Lashley
Jack Herbert
[32]
Superman: Lois Lane #1
February 2014[62]
Writer
Marguerite Bennett
Artist
Emanuela Lupacchino
Superman Unchained: Director's Cut #1
July 2013[41]
Writer
Scott Snyder
Pencillers
Jim Lee
Dustin Nguyen
Suicide Squad: Amanda Waller #1
March 2014[40]
Writer
Jim Zub
Artist
Andre Coelho
The Multiversity: Pax Americana: Director's Cut #1
May 2015[90]
Writer
Grant Morrison
Artist
Frank Quietly
The New 52! Free Comic Book Day Special Edition #1
May 2012[91]
Writer
Geoff Johns
Artists
Jim Lee
Ivan Reis
Joe Prado
Kenneth Rocafort
Gene Ha
A Free Comic Book Day one-shot, acting as a preview for the "Trinity War" event.[91]
Young Romance: A New 52 Valentine's Day Special #1
February 2013[92]
Writers
Andy Diggle
Ann Nocenti
Cecil Castellucci
Peter Milligan
Artists
Gene Ha
Emanuella Luppichinno
Phil Jimenez
Sanford Green
A Valentine's Day special featuring various characters and story in anthology style.[92]

Miniseries

Title Creative team Notes / References
Damian: Son of Batman #1–4
October 2013[58] – January 2014[74]
Andy Kubert
Convergence #0–8
April 2015[93] – May 2015[94]
Writer
Jeff King
Artists
Carlo Pagulayan
Jason Paz
Stephen Segovia
Spins out of the final issues of The New 52: Futures End and Earth 2: World's End. The story will be told over a 9 week miniseries, beginning with a zero issue, with 40 two-part miniseries tie-ins from various writers and artists that examine the worlds of the DC Universe over the decades, as well as the heroes and villains contained within. Writer Jeff King handles the scripting and storytelling for the main miniseries, with Scott Lobdell helping with the overall plot. Some of the tie-ins see the brief return of pre-New 52 Universe characters.[94][95]
Forever Evil #1–7
September 2013[78] – May 2014[22]
Writer
Geoff Johns
Artist
David Finch
Forever Evil: A.R.G.U.S. #1–6
October 2013[58] – March 2014[40]
Writer
Sterling Gates
Pencillers
Philip Tan
Neil Edwards
Javier Pena
Inkers
Jason Paz
Jay Leisten
Javier Pena
Forever Evil: Arkham War #1–6
October 2013[58] – March 2014[40]
Writer
Peter J. Tomasi
Penciller
Scot Eaton
Inker
Jaime Mendoza
Forever Evil: Rogues Rebellion #1–6
October 2013[58] – March 2014[40]
Writer
Brian Buccellato
Artists
Patrick Zircher
Scott Hepburn
Human Bomb #1–4
December 2012[69] – March 2013[79]
Writers
Justin Gray
Jimmy Palmiotti
Artist
Jerry Ordway
Huntress #1–6
October 2011[96] – March 2012[97]
Writer
Paul Levitz
Artists
Marcus To
John Dell
Legion: Secret Origin #1–6
October 2011[96] – March 2012[97]
Writer
Paul Levitz
Artists
Chris Batista
Marc Deering
My Greatest Adventure #1–6
October 2011[96] – March 2012[97]
Writers
Aaron Lopresti
Kevin Maguire
Matt Kindt
Artists
Aaron Lopresti
Kevin Maguire
Matt Ryan
Scott Kolins
National Comics
July 2012[98] – October 2012[99]
Various A revival of the anthology title from the 1940s. It is intended to expand The New 52 universe by presenting single-issue stories about various DC characters, each by a different creative team. The titles include:[98]

Eternity #1 by Jeff Lemire and drawn by Cully Hamner
Looker #1 by Ian Edginton and drawn by Mike S. Miller and Guillem March
Rose & Thorn #1 by Tom Taylor and drawn by Neil Googe and Ryan Sook
Madame X #1 by Rob Williams and drawn by Trevor Hairsine and Fiona Staples
Night Force #1–7
March 2012[97] – September 2012[15]
Writer
Marv Wolfman
Artist
Tom Mandrake
Penguin: Pain and Prejudice #1–5
October 2011[96] – February 2012[100]
Writer
Gregg Hurwitz
Artist
Szymon Kudranski
Phantom Lady and Doll Man #1–4
August 2012[101] – November 2012[102]
Writers
Justin Gray
Jimmy Palmiotti
Artists
Cat Staggs
Rich Perotta
The Ray #1–4
December 2011[103] – March 2012[97]
Writers
Jimmy Palmiotti
Justin Gray
Artist
Jamal Igle
The Multiversity
August 2014[104] – April 2015[13]
Writer
Grant Morrison
Artists
Ivan Reis
Joe Prado
Chris Sprouse
Karl Story
Ben Oliver
Frank Quitely
Cameron Stewart
others
The Multiversity features seven complete adventures, each set in a different parallel universe, a two part framing story, and comprehensive guidebook to the 52 alternate Earths of the DC Multiverse.[32][104]
The Shade #1–12
October 2011[96] – September 2012[15]
Writer
James Robinson
Artist
Cully Hamner

Convergence titles

Released in April and May 2015. Titles were released as Convergence: [Title]. For example, The Atom's issues was released as Convergence: The Atom.[93][105]
Title Creative team Notes / References
Action Comics #1–2 Writer
Justin Gray
Artist
Claude St-Aubin
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.
The Adventures of Superman #1–2 Writer
Marv Wolfman
Artists
Roberto Viacava
Andy Owens
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.
Aquaman #1–2 Writer
Tony Bedard
Artist
Cliff Richards
Set in a "Zero Hour" DC universe.
Batgirl #1–2 Writer
Alisa Kwitney
Artists
Rick Leonardi
Mark Pennington
Set in a pre-"Flashpoint" DC universe.
Batman: Shadow of the Bat #1–2 Writer
Larry Hama
Artists
Philip Tan
Jason Paz
Set in a "Zero Hour" DC universe.
Batman and Robin #1–2 Writer
Ron Marz
Artists
Denys Cowan
Klaus Janson
Set in a pre-"Flashpoint" DC universe.
Batman and the Outsiders #1–2 Writer
Marc Andreyko
Artist
Carlos D’anda
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.
Blue Beetle #1–2 Writer
Scott Lobdell
Artist
Yishan Li
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.
Booster Gold #1–2 Writer
Dan Jurgens
Artists
Alvaro Martinez
Raul Fernandez
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.
Catwoman #1–2 Writer
Justin Gray
Artist
Ron Randall
Set in a "Zero Hour" DC universe.
Crime Syndicate #1–2 Writer
Brian Buccellato
Artist
Phil Winslade
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.
Detective Comics #1–2 Writer
Len Wein
Artists
Denys Cowan
Bill Sienkiewicz
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.
Green Arrow #1–2 Writer
Christy Marx
Artists
Rags Morales
Claude St-Aubin
Set in a "Zero Hour" DC universe.
Green Lantern/Parallax #1–2 Writer
Tony Bedard
Artists
Ron Wagner
Bill Reinhold
Set in a "Zero Hour" DC universe.
Green Lantern Corps #1–2 Writer
David Gallaher
Artists
Steve Ellis
Ande Parks
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.
Harley Quinn #1–2 Writer
Steve Pugh
Artists
Phil Winslade
John Dell
Set in a pre-"Flashpoint" DC universe.
Hawkman #1–2 Writer
Jeff Parker
Artists
Tim Truman
Enrique Alcatena
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.
Infinity, Inc. #1–2 Writer
Jerry Ordway
Artist
Ben Caldwell
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.
Justice League #1–2 Writer
Frank Tieri
Artist
Vicente Cifuentes
Set in a pre-"Flashpoint" DC universe.
Justice League International #1–2 Writer'
Ron Marz
Artist
Mike Manley
Set in a "Zero Hour" DC universe.
Justice League America #1–2 Writer
Fabian Nicieza
Artist
Chriscross
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.
Justice Society of America #1–2 Writer
Dan Abnett
Artists
Tom Derenick
Trevor Scott
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.
New Teen Titans #1–2 Writer
Marv Wolfman
Aritsts
Nicola Scott
Marc Deering
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.
Nightwing/Oracle #1–2 Writer
Gail Simone
Artists
Jan Duursema
Dan Parsons
Set in a pre-"Flashpoint" DC universe.
Plastic Man and the Freedom Fighters #1–2 Writer
Simon Oliver
Artist
John McCrea
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.
The Question #1–2 Writer
Greg Rucka
Artist
Cully Hamner
Set in a pre-"Flashpoint" DC universe.
Shazam! #1–2 Writer
Jeff Parker
Artist
Evan "Doc" Shaner
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.
Speed Force #1–2 Writer
Tony Bedard
Artists
Tom Grummett
Sean Parsons
Set in a pre-"Flashpoint" DC universe.
Suicide Squad #1–2 Writer
Frank Tieri
Artist
Tom Mandrake
Set in a "Zero Hour" DC universe.
Superboy #1–2 Writer
Fabian Nicieza
Artists
Karl Moline
Jose Marzan Jr
Set in a "Zero Hour" DC universe.
Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes #1–2 Writer
Stuart Moore
Artists
Gus Storms
Mark Farmer
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.
Supergirl: Matrix #1–2 Writer
Keith Giffen
Artist
Timothy Green II
Set in a "Zero Hour" DC universe.
Superman #1–2 Writer
Dan Jurgens
Artists
Lee Weeks
Dan Jurgens
Set in a pre-"Flashpoint" DC universe.
Superman: The Man of Steel #1–2 Writer
Louise Simonson
Artists
June Brigman
Roy Richardson
Set in a "Zero Hour" DC universe.
Swamp Thing #1–2 Writer
Len Wein
Artist
Kelley Jones
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.
The Atom #1–2 Writer
Tom Peyer
Artists
Steve Yeowell
Andy Owens
Set in a pre-"Flashpoint" DC universe.
The Flash #1–2 Writer
Dan Abnett
Artist
Federico Dallocchio
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.
Titans #1–2 Writer
Fabian Nicieza
Artists
Ron Wagner
Jose Marzan
Set in a pre-"Flashpoint" DC universe.
Wonder Woman #1–2 Writer
Larry Hama
Artist
Josh Middleton
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.
World’s Finest Comics #1–2 Writer
Paul Levitz
Artists
Jim Fern
Joe Rubinstein
Shannon Wheeler
Set in a Crisis on Infinite Earths DC universe.

Maxiseries

Title Initial creative team[note3] Notes / References
Batman Eternal #1–52
April 2014[12][106] – April 2015[13]
Writers
Scott Snyder
James Tynion IV
John Layman
Ray Fawkes
Tim Seeley
Artists
Jason Fabok
Dustin Nguyen
A year-long weekly series featuring Batman, his allies, and others in Gotham City.[107] John Layman announced in January 2014 that he would no longer be a part of the project. His work on the first 21 issues will still be released as planned.[108] Kyle Higgins was chosen as Layman's replacement at the end of January 2014.[109]
The New 52: Futures End #0–48
May 2014[110] – April 2015[13]
Writers
Jeff Lemire
Keith Giffen
Brian Azzarello
Dan Jurgens
Artists
Ethan Van Sciver
Patrick Zircher
Jesus Merino
Dan Green
Dan Jurgens
Mark Irwin
Aaron Lopresti
Art Thibert
An eleven-month weekly series set five years in The New 52's future. Lemire stated the series is "an exploration of DC's past, present and its future." Batman Beyond will make his in-continuity debut in the series. The series will start with a free zero issue, released on Free Comic Book Day May 3, 2014,[110] with issue 1 releasing May 7, 2014.[26]
Earth 2: World's End #1–26[111]
October 2014[33] – April 2015[13]
Writers
Daniel H. Wilson
Marguerite Bennet
Mike Johnson
Artists
Adrian Syaf
Eddy Barrows
Jorge Jimenez
Stephen Segovia
Paulo Siqeira
Tyler Kirkham
Ed Benes
Announced as an untitled weekly project in February 2014, it will serve as a follow up to the September 2014 "Futures End" event. Dan DiDio revealed that it "will be set in the current DCU timeline that will have direct implications on what's happening with the 'five years later' storyline. And you'll see a level of connectivity that I think will help really bring into focus where we see the future of the DCU heading." He also added that it will be more "world-building" than character focused.[112] In April 2014, the title was revealed to be Earth 2: World's End, indicating it would be focused on the Earth 2 universe, along with revealing the creative team.[113] In May 2014, Paul Levitz revealed that he had left the project.[114] Tom Taylor is a contributing writer to the series, working with Bennet to connect the monthly Earth 2 title to the weekly series, by presenting smaller, more intimate tales set in the World's End narrative.[115]

Anniversary events

To celebrate the anniversary of The New 52, which began in September 2011, DC published unique events in subsequent years during the month of September. In September 2012, all publishing books released a zero numbered issue for "Zero Month", telling the New 52 origins for many characters.[116] In September 2013, titles were released using a point system, highlighting many of DC's villains for "Villains Month". However, not all publishing titles at the time produced a "Villains Month" title, with some, such as Justice League, releasing four during the month.[78] In 2014, all ongoing titles in September tie in to The New 52: Futures End, and depict possible events five years in the future.[117] Titles were released as [Title]: Futures End #1. For example, Batman's issue was released as Batman: Futures End #1.[44]

Collected editions

All fifty-two number ones from the launch titles were collected into a single hardcover volume, DC Comics The New 52, released in December 2011.[118] The following year, in December 2012, all zero issues were collected in the DC Comics The New 52 Zero Omnibus.[119] In December 2013, DC released DC Comics The New 52 Villains Omnibus, collecting all of the "Villains Month" titles.[120] In December 2014, DC will release Futures End – Five Years Later Omnibus, collecting all of the September 2014 event titles.[33]

With the announcement of the initial collected editions to be released featuring New 52 stories, DC revealed that some series will initially be collected as hardcovers, while others will go straight to trade paperbacks.[121]

References

Notes
1. ^ For additional creative team information, see each title's individual article.
2. ^ Issues 19–32 saw the series retitled to Batman and..., before returning to its original title of Batman and Robin with issue 33.[85] The retitled issues are: #19: Batman and Red Robin; #20: Batman and Red Hood; #21: Batman and Batgirl; #22: Batman and Catwoman; #23: Batman and Nightwing; #24–28: Batman and Two-Face; #29: Batman and Aquaman; #30: Batman and Wonder Woman; #31: Batman and Frankenstein; #32: Batman and Ra's al Ghul.[12][19][26][30][40][58][62][74][281][282] Issue 25 was originally solicited as Batman and Carrie Kelley.[47]
3. ^ Creative team for initial month of publication. For additional creative team information, see title's individual article.
4. ^ The issue published for this title in its "ending" month was the last to use the "New 52" branding. The title continued to be published with the same numbering in June 2015 after Convergence.[10][283]

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