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Young Justice returns as part of Bendis’ DC Comics imprint alongside Wonder Twins, Dial H For Hero & more

This new DC Comics imprint focuses on the younger heroes of the DC Universe as Superboy & Impusle make their full returns

Wonder Imprint

While Superman’s duo of titles were the big things that Brian Michael Bendis was announced to be tackling when he departed Marvel Comics for DC Comics to start off the year, it wasn’t the only thing that he had brewing with the publisher. During their publisher’s panel during New York Comic Con, DC, at last, revealed what Bendis curated imprint will be for the company.

As announced on DCcomics.com, Bendis will be in charge of the Wonder Comics imprint which focuses on younger characters. This line will be anchored by the return of Young Justice as a series which will see Superboy (Connor Kent) & Impulse (Bart Allen) returned to the DC Universe to team up with Red Robin (Tim Drake) in the series by Bendis & artist Patrick Gleason.

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Check out all of the first wave of titles below:

  • NAOMI, which Bendis will co-write with David Walker (CYBORG), featuring art by Jamal Campbell (JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA: VIXEN)
  • WONDER TWINS, written by Mark Russell (THE FLINTSTONES, EXIT STAGE LEFT: THE SNAGGLEPUSS CHRONICLES, DC Black Label’s SECOND SON) with art by Stephen Byrne (JUSTICE LEAGUE/POWER RANGERS)
  • DIAL H FOR HERO, an updated take on the Silver Age classic series from the team of writer Sam Humphries (HARLEY QUINN, GREEN LANTERNS) and artist Joe Quinones (BLACK CANARY/ZATANNA)

These books will be fully in continuity and will begin to roll out at some point early in 2019.

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