DC Comics Universe Reboot – Brings Simultaneous Digital and Print Release

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In a move that should surprise no one, DC Comics has decided, once again, to reboot their whole entire universe. They’re focusing on 52 books, all of them going back to number one. According to Comic Book Resources, titles will include:

  • A new title starring Superman written by Grant Morrison.
  • Teen Titans #1
  • Justice Society of America #1
  • Wonder Woman #1
  • Green Lantern #1
  • Hawkman #1.
  • Aquaman #1

What caught our eye, really, was this bit over on Escapist Magazine:

Justice League #1 will also mark the further entry of comic books into the digital age. Though digital comic books are becoming more common, neither DC nor Marvel have begun to release digital versions of all their books alongside the print versions day-and-date. Starting with Justice League #1, all 52 titles featured in the reboot will be released both digitally and physically on the same day.

We have just one thing to say to this venerable comic publisher: It’s about damn time.

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- who has written 90 posts on Comics Are Evil.

Rob first experienced the joy of comics on the playground in elementary school, where his friend read Galactus' dialogue as, "Punny Humans!" He got the collector's itch right after Superman died in the 1990s and has been buying them often ever since, wondering if he'll ever sell any of them after all. A gadget and gaming enthusiast, Rob spends his off time with family, a disco band, and two other websites. Whew.

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