Infinite Frontier
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Publication information
PublisherDC Comics
Genre
Publication dateMarch 2, 2021
Main character(s)DC Universe
Creative team
Written byVarious
Artist(s)Various

Infinite Frontier is a relaunch by the American comic book publisher DC Comics of its entire line of ongoing monthly superhero comic book titles in 2021. It is the follow-up to the 2016 DC Rebirth relaunch. The relaunch and event was shepherded by writer Joshua Williamson.[1] The entire event received positive reviews.

Changes in the DC Universe

Infinite Frontier begins after the events of Dark Nights: Death Metal, Generations and Future State.

The DC Multiverse has expanded into a larger "Omniverse" where everything is canon and it will still deal with the repercussions of DC Rebirth.[2]

The new Multiverse has two opposite worlds that represent the Metaverse and sustain the balance: one is the Elseworld, and the other is Earth Omega, where Darkseid is imprisoned.

In the new status quo, all of DC history "counts" when understanding a character's backstory, and legacy and history within the franchise is being emphasised by editorial mandate, with many characters now sharing the same codenames. For example, Stephanie Brown and Cassandra Cain share the Batgirl title, while Oracle (Barbara Gordon) reserves the right to also wear the Batgirl costume from time to time. Jonathan Kent and his father Clark Kent are both Superman, while Conner Kent is once again Superboy. Wally West has stepped up as primary Flash while Barry Allen and the Flash of China, Avery Ho, participate in Justice League Incarnate. While Diana of Themiscyra continues in her role as Wonder Woman from the afterlife, her mother Hippolyta serves in Wonder Woman's place on the Justice League, and her sister Nubia explores the idea of succeeding Diana as Wonder Woman. New Batman Jace Fox succeeds Bruce Wayne for a short time, before later serving as the Batman of New York City while Bruce remains in Gotham. Another example of a relaxed approach to codename sharing among legacy characters is Robin: Tim Drake is officially Robin once again, but previous Robin (Damian Wayne) continues to head up the Robin comic book without an official codename, while newcomer Maps Mizoguchi steps into the role briefly in a short story.

The soft relaunch and new approach to history also completes what began with DC Rebirth in restoring the status quo of characters prior to popular New 52 changes, re-establishing characters' memories and relationships with each other, while selectively retaining some of the simplified backstories from the modern era and many of the new characters. An example of this is Tim Drake once again serving as Robin. Some characters have simply returned to being as fans remembered then. For example Black Canary, who in The New 52 had been presented as a singular new version of the character, has been restored to being the daughter of her Golden Age predecessor.

Plot summary

After the recreation of the infinite Multiverse, and a look into a possible future of her universe, Wonder Woman, who has ascended after the defeat of The Batman Who Laughs, is offered a role by the Quintessence (Ganthet, Hera, Highfather, Phantom Stranger, The Spectre, The Wizard) in return for saving the Multiverse. The Spectre takes her to a journey where it's revealed that Roy Harper is resurrected as well as Batman dealing with a mysterious group of enemies. Wonder Woman rejects becoming a part of the Quintessence since she wants to live it rather than just witness it. As she leaves, the Quintessence go to Earth Omega, where they are attacked by Darkseid, who has finally achieved his true form after his past versions were combined into one.[3]

On Earth, everyone is now aware of the multiverse (as a result of events in Dark Nights: Death Metal), and Alan Scott (who came out to his children) is struggling with living in this new world. He talks with his son Obsidian when the Justice Society of America headquarters explodes in green flames, and Alan asks where Jade is. In Paris, as Director Bones is talking to Cameron Chase about the recent events that have transpired, Batman (from the Flashpoint era) crashes on Earth 23, where he meets the Justice Incarnate (Calvin Ellis, Mary Marvel from Earth 5, Machinehead from Earth 8, Aquawoman from Earth 11, and Captain Carrot from Earth 26) and asks where Barry Allen is. While running throughout the multiverse, Barry Allen vibrates through the worlds and arrives in Earth Omega, where he is attacked by Psycho-Pirate, who wants Barry to find someone. In a diner, Roy Harper deals with an angry customer when an enemy named X-Tract attacks him. Roy Harper wards off the attacker, realizing that he has a Black Lantern ring.[4]

Cameron Chase contacts Batman and Superman about the public being worried about the Multiverse, but Superman and Batman dodge her questions. Thomas Wayne admits that seeing his whole world turned him evil and doesn't want his son to know he's alive. Magog of Earth 22 attacks Calvin Ellis and Thomas Wayne, having gone back to his villainous roots. Back on Earth-0, Mr. Terrific tells Vandal Savage, Obsidian, and Alan Scott that there are still people who don't have their memories restored or are missing after the restoration of the DC Multiverse. Roy Harper starts training with his Black Lantern Ring but gets overwhelmed by its power. Meanwhile, Cameron Chase confronts Captain Atom but after realizing this Captain Atom is an imposter, the imposter blows himself up.[5]

Psycho-Pirate puts The Flash on a treadmill in Earth Omega and uses his power to take Barry somewhere else. Obsidian and Alan Scott meet a man named Shade and they realize that an enemy of Obisidian has stolen Jade. The duo goes to Command D, where they are attacked by Director Bones, X-Tract, and Cameron Chase. The Justice Incarnate calm down Magog and after Magog allows them to touch a mysterious spacecraft, Calvin Ellis tells everyone they need to go back to his Earth. Roy Harper regains control of his Black Lantern ring but is captured by Hector Hammond when he is saved by the Infinite Incorporated (Power Girl, Jade).[6]

Thomas Wayne and Calvin Ellis go to his office to find Lex Luthor of Earth 23 to get a transmatter symphonic array to travel through universes. They find Lex Luthor of Earth 23 dead, while Cameron Chase is saved by X-tract from the fake Captain Atom and meets with Detective Bones, who then shoots him in the leg when he finds out that he plans to leave other universes to die. The Infinite Incorporated arrived on Earth Omega but they are soon attacked. Likewise, Thomas Wayne and Calvin Ellis plan to go to Earth Omega when Machinehead attacks them. Machinehead reveals his world was destroyed when Earth-0 invaded his home, and plans to keep the universes separate before calling in the Injustice Incorporated.[7]

On Earth Omega, Psycho Pirate explains his world was the original Earth-Two before "Crisis on Infinite Earths", and his world was replaced by a new version. Detective Bones was revealed to have shot down Cameron Chase's ship and says that he made a deal with Darkseid to spare their Earth in exchange for others. Jade knocks down Detective Bones, and X-tract reveals she was Cameron Chase from original Earth-Two, and Psycho Pirate explains that Flash is running so Darkseid can cross-dimension to gain enough power to control the Multiverse. Machinehead attacks Calvin Ellis, explaining that when The Flash created Flashpoint, it caused changes to his Earth which made it darker and restrains Calvin Ellis. Psycho-Pirate nearly persuades Roy Harper to join his side but slips out that Roy's daughter is still alive. Roy Harper frees everyone, but his overuse of the Black Lantern Ring causes Darkseid to appear.[8]

Obsidian frees Roy Harper from Darkseid, while Thomas Wayne and Calvin Ellis defeat Machinehead. Calvin Ellis destroys the treadmill Flash was on, which causes The Flash to disappear. Darkseid kills Machinehead and teleports everyone back home while Psycho Pirate flees in terror of his failure. X-tract acquires Roy's Black Lantern ring and meets up with Darkseid, Granny Goodness, DeSaad, Grail (Darkseid's daughter), Steppenwolf, Kalibak, where Darkseid reveals to his elites that Earth-0 is not on Earth but a place where The Great Darkness rests, which he vows to find Flash and crack the omniverse to take control of The Great Darkness believing that there are other dark forces who were seeking to control it. X-Tract swears her allegiance to him. Director Bones was mentioned to have gotten away. The Flash arrives in The Multiverse-2, the ruins of the first crisis, where he meets Pariah, who transports Flash to a different Earth for sinister reasons.[9]

Titles

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Ongoing series

Title Issues Publication dates Initial creative teams (excluding back-ups)[a] Notes
Writer(s) Artist(s) Colorist(s)
Action Comics #1029– March 2021[10] Phillip Kennedy Johnson
Simon Spurrier
Phil Hester Hi-Fi
Aquamen #1– February 2022[11] Chuck Brown
Brandon Thomas
Sami Basri Adriano Lucas
Batgirls December 2021[12] Becky Cloonan
Michael W. Conrad
Jorge Corona Sarah Stern
Ivan Plascencia
Batman (vol. 3) #106– March 2021[13] James Tynion IV Jorge Jimenez Tomeu Morey
Romulo Fajardo Jr.
Batman: Urban Legends #1– March 2021[14] Various Various Various
Batman Beyond: Neo Year #1– April 2022– Jackson Lanzing
Collin Kelly
Max Dunbar Sebastian Cheng
Batman/Superman (vol. 2) #16–22 March–September 2021[15] Gene Luen Yang Ivan Reis Sabine Rich
Hi-Fi
Batman/Superman: World's Finest #1– March 2022– Mark Waid Dan Mora Tamra Bonvillain
Catwoman (vol. 5) #29– March 2021[16] Ram V Fernando Blanco Jordie Bellaire
Deathstroke Inc. #1– September 2021– Joshua Williamson Howard Porter Hi-Fi
Romulo Fajardo Jr.
Detective Comics #1034– March 2021[17] Mariko Tamaki Dan Mora Jordie Bellaire
The Flash #768– March 2021[18] Jeremy Adams Brandon Peterson
Future State: Gotham #1– May 2021[19] Joshua Williamson Giannis Milonogiannis
Green Lantern (vol. 6) April 2021[20] Geoffrey Thorne Dexter Soy Alex Sinclair
Harley Quinn (vol. 4) March 2021[21] Stephanie Phillips Riley Rossmo Ivan Plascencia
I Am Batman September 2021[15] John Ridley Olivier Coipel Alex Sinclair
The Joker (vol. 2) #1–15 March 2021–July 2022[22] James Tynion IV
Matthew Rosenberg
Guillem March Arif Prianto
Justice League (vol. 4) #59–75 March 2021[23] Brian Michael Bendis David Marquez Tamra Bonvillain
Legends of the Dark Knight #1– May 2021[24] Various Various Digital first from April 2, 2021
Nightwing (vol. 4) #78– March 2021[25] Tom Taylor Bruno Redondo Adriano Lucas
Robin (vol. 3) #1– April 2021[26] Joshua Williamson Gleb Melnikov Gleb Melnikov
Suicide Squad (vol. 7) #1–15 March 2021[27] Robbie Thompson Eduardo Pansica Marcelo Maiolo
Superman (vol. 5) #29–32 March–June 2021[10] Phillip Kennedy Johnson Phil Hester Hi-Fi
Superman: Son of Kal-El #1– July 2021[28] Tom Taylor John Timms Gabe Eltaeb
Teen Titans Academy #1–15 March 2021–May 2022[29] Tim Sheridan Rafa Sandoval Jordi Tarragona
Alejandro Sánchez
Wonder Girl (vol. 3) #1–7 May 2021–January 2022[30] Joëlle Jones Joëlle Jones Jordie Bellaire
Wonder Woman #770– March 2021[31] Becky Cloonan
Michael W. Conrad
Travis Moore Tamra Bonvillain

Limited series

Title Issues Publication date Creative team Notes
Writer(s) Artist(s) Colorist(s)
Aquaman/Green Arrow: Deep Target #1–7 October 2021[32] Brandon Thomas Ronan Cliquet Ulises Arreola
Aquaman: The Becoming #1–6 September 2021–February 2022[33] Diego Olortegui Adriano Lucas
Alex Guimarães
Aquaman & The Flash: Voidsong #1– June 2022– Jackson Lanzing
Collin Kelly
Vasco Georgiev
Arkham City: The Order of the World #1–6 October 2021– Dan Watters Dani Dave Stewart
Batman: Fortress #1–8 May 2022– Gary Whitta Darick Robertson
Batman: Killing Time #1–6 March 2022– Tom King David Marquez Alejandro Sánchez
Batman: The Detective April–November 2021[34] Tom Taylor Andy Kubert Brad Anderson
Batman: The Knight #1–10 January 2022– Chip Zdarsky Carmine Di Giandomenico Ivan Plascencia
Blue & Gold #1–8 July 2021–April 2022[35] Dan Jurgens Ryan Sook Ryan Sook
Black Manta #1–6 September 2021–February 2022[36] Chuck Brown Valentine De Landro
Matthew Smith
Marissa Louise
Checkmate June–November 2021[37] Brian Michael Bendis Alex Maleev Dave Stewart Originally titled Event Leviathan: Checkmate
Crime Syndicate March–August 2021[37] Andy Schmidt Kieran McKeown
Bryan Hitch
Steve Oliff
Alex Sinclair
Crush & Lobo #1–8 June 2021–January 2022[38] Mariko Tamaki Amancay Nahuelpan Tamra Bonvillain
Dark Crisis #1–7 June 2022[39] Joshua Williamson Daniel Sampere Alejandro Sánchez Preceded by Dark Crisis #0 FCBD Special Edition and Justice League: Road to Dark Crisis #1.
Dark Knights of Steel #1–12 November 2021– Tom Taylor Yasmine Putri
Bengal
Yasmine Putri
Arif Prianto
DC Vs. Vampires November 2021– James Tynion IV
Matthew Rosenberg
Otto Schmidt
Simone di Meo
DC Mecha #1–6 July 2022– Kenny Porter Baldemar Rivas Mike Spicer
Earth-Prime #1–6 April 2022– Camrus Johnson
Natalie Abrams
Kelly Larson
Adam Mallinger
Jai Jamison
Andrew Wong
Lauren Fields
Daniel Park
James Robinson
Paula Sevenbergen
Clayton Henry
Tom Grummett
Norm Rapmund
Paul Pelletier
Andrew Hennessy
Jerry Ordway
The Flash: The Fastest Man Alive #1–3 April 2022– Kenny Porter Ricardo López Ortiz
Juan Ferreyra
Flashpoint Beyond #1–6 April 2022– Geoff Johns
Jeremy Adams
Tim Sheridan
Xermanico
Mikel Janin
Preceded by Flashpoint Beyond #0.
Infinite Frontier #1–6 June–September 2021[40] Joshua Williamson Xermanico
Paul Pelletier
Norm Rapmund
Jesús Merino
Tom Derenick
Raúl Fernández
Romulo Fajardo Jr.
Jurassic League #1–6 May 2022– Daniel Warren Johnson
Juan Gedeon
Juan Gedeon Mike Spicer
Justice League Incarnate #1–5 November 2021–March 2022 Joshua Williamson
Dennis Culver
Andrei Bressan
Brandon Peterson
Paul Pelletier
Norm Rapmund
Kyle Hotz
Mikel Janín
Todd Nauck
Ariel Olivetti
Nicole Virella
Mike Norton
Chris Burnham
Jesús Merino
Hi-Fi
Justice League: Last Ride #1–7 May–November 2021 Chip Zdarsky Miguel Mendonça Enrica Angiolini
Justice League: vs. the Legion of Super-Heroes #1–6 January 2022– Brian Michael Bendis Scott Godlewski Ryan Cody
The Joker: Presents: A Puzzlebox #1– August 2021–February 2022 Matthew Rosenberg Jesús Merino
Joshua Hixson
Dominike Stanton
Juni Ba
Vanessa del Rey
Ricardo López Ortiz
Freddie Williams II
Chris Mooneyham
Shawn Crystal
Juan Doe
Vicente Cifuentes
Mike Norton
Ulises Arreola
Juan Doe
The Next Batman: Second Son #1–4 April–July 2021[41] John Ridley Tony Akins
Travel Foreman
Mark Morales
Rex Lokus Digital first from February 23, 2021
Man-Bat #1–5 February–June 2021 Dave Weilgosz Sumit Kumar Romulo Fajardo Jr.
Mister Miracle: The Source of Freedom' #1–6 May–November 2021[42] Brandon Easton Fico Ossio Rico Renzi
Monkey Prince #1– February 2022– Gene Luen Yang Bernard Chang Sebastian Cheng
Naomi: Season Two #1–6 March 2022– Brian Michael Bendis
David F. Walker
Jamal Campbell Jamal Campbell
Nubia and the Amazons #1–6 October 2021–March 2022[43] Stephanie Williams
Vita Ayala
Alitha Martinez Mark Morales
One-Star Squadron #1–6 December 2021[12] Mark Russell Steve Lieber Dave Stewart
Robin & Batman #1–3 November 2021–January 2022[44] Jeff Lemire Dustin Nguyen
Robins #1–6 November 2021–April 2022[45] Tim Seeley Baldemar Rivas Romulo Fajardo Jr. Digital first from October 2021
Sensational Wonder Woman #1-14 March–April 2021[46] Stephanie Phillips
Andrea Shea
Colleen Doran
Alyssa Wong
Corinna Sara Bechko
Amy Chu
Sina Grace
Sanya Anwar
Meghan Hetrick
Bruno Redondo
Colleen Doran
Eleonora Carlini
Dani Strips
M. L. Sanapo
Paul Pelletier
Sanya Anwar
Marissa Louise
Bruno Redondo
Colleen Doran
Eleonora Carlini
Mike Spicer
Wendy Broome
Adriano Lucas
Eva de la Cruz
Digital first from January 6, 2021
Shazam! #1–4 July[47]–October 2021 Tim Sheridan Clayton Henry Marcelo Maiolo
Suicide Squad: King Shark #1–6 September 2021–January 2022 Tim Seeley Scott Kolins John Kalisz Digital first from August 2021
Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow #1–8 June 2021–February 2022[48] Tom King Bilquis Evely Mat Lopes
Superman '78 #1–6 August 2021–January 2022 Robert Venditti Wilfredo Torres Jordie Bellaire
Superman and the Authority #1–4 July–October 2021[28] Grant Morrison Mikel Janín Jordie Bellaire
Superman: Red & Blue #1–6 March–August 2021[49] John Ridley
Brandon Easton
Wes Craig
Dan Watters
Marguerite Bennett
Clayton Henry
Steve Lieber
Wes Craig
Dani
Jill Thompson
Jordie Bellaire
Ron Chan
Wes Craig
Dani
Jill Thompson
The Swamp Thing #1–16 March 2021[27] Ram V Mike Perkins Mike Spicer
Task Force Z #1–12 October 2021[50] Matthew Rosenberg Eddy Barrows
Eber Ferreira
Kieran McKeown
Dexter Vines
Jackson Hebert
Matt Santorelli
Adriano Lucas
Titans United #1–7 September 2021–March 2022 Cavan Scott Jose Luis Rex Lokus
Trial of the Amazons #1–2 March–April 2022 Becky Cloonan
Michael W. Conrad
Stephanie Williams
Vita Ayala
Joëlle Jones
Jöelle Jones
Elena Casagrande
Laura Braga
Skylar Patridge
Trial of the Amazons: Wonder Girl #1–2 March–April 2022 Joëlle Jones
War for Earth-3 #1–2 March 2022 Dennis Hopeless
Robbie Thompson
Steve Pugh
Dexter Soy
Brent Peeples
Matt Herms
Wonder Woman: Black & Gold #1–6 June–November 2021[51] A.J. Mendez
Nadia Shammas
John Arcudi
Amy Reeder
Becky Cloonan
Mariko Tamaki
Che Grayson
Stephanie Williams
Tillie Walden
Rachel Smythe
Peter J. Tomasi
Janet Harvey
Andrew MacLean
Paula Sevenbergen
Aimee Garcia
Sina Grace
Andrew Constant
Nnedi Okorafor
Paul Azaceta
Kurt Busiek
Sherri L. Smith
Josie Campbell
Sanya Anwar
Trung Le Nguyen
Christos Gage
Michael W. Conrad
Sheena Howard
Ming Doyle
Morgan Beem
Ryan Sook
Amy Reeder
Becky Cloonan
Tillie Walden
Rachel Smythe
Jamie McKelvie
Corin Howell
Ashley A. Woods
Christian Alamy
Steve Epting
Inaki Miranda
Megan Levens
Sébastian Fiumara
Paul Azaceta
Nicola Scott
Leonardo Romero
Jack T. Cole
Trung Le Nguyen
Carlos D'Anda
Colleen Doran
Benjamin Dewey
Liam Sharp
Marguerite Sauvage
Kevin Maguire
Jamal Campbell
Noah Bailey
Jordie Bellaire
Eva de La Cruz
John Kalisz
Adriano Lucas
Wonder Woman: Evolution #1–8 November 2021– Stephanie Phillips Mike Hawthorne
Adriano Di Benedetto
Jordie Bellaire
World of Krypton #1–6 December 2021[12] Robert Venditti Michael Avon Oeming Nick Filardi

One-shots

Title Issues Publication date Creative team Notes
Writer(s) Artist(s) Colorist(s)
Are You Afraid of Darkseid? #1 October 2021 Elliott Kalan
Kenny Porter
Calvin Kasulke
Dave Wielgosz
Collin Kelly
Jackson Lanzing
Ed Brisson
Terry Blas
Jeremy Haun
Mike Norton
Max Dunbar
Rob Guillory
Pablo M. Collar
Jesús Hervás
Christoper Mitten
Garry Brown
Tony Akins
Moritat
Allen Passalaqua
Luis Guerrero
Wil Quintana
Eva de la Cruz
Tony Aviña
Marissa Louise
Moritat
Aquaman 80th Anniversary
100-Page Super Spectacular
August 2021[52] Jeff Parker
Geoff Johns
Michael Moreci
Stephanie Phillips
Shawn Aldridge
Marguerite Bennett
Cavan Scott
Dan Watters
Dan Jurgens
Chuck Brown
Brandon Thomas
Evan Shaner
Paul Pelletier
Norm Rapmund
Pop Mhan
Hendry Prasetya
Tom Derenick
Trung Le Nguyen
Scot Eaton
Miguel Mendoça
Daniel Henriques
Steve Epting
Valentine de Landro
Diego Olortegui
Wade Von Grawbadger
Evan Shaner
Hi-Fi
Tony Aviña
Ulises Arreola
Nick Filardi
Jordie Bellaire
Romulo Fajardo Jr.
Jeromy Cox
Marissa Louise
Adriano Lucas
Batman: Fear State Alpha August 2021[53] James Tynion IV Riccardo Federici Chris Sotomayor
Batman: The Audio Adventures Special October 2021 Dennis McNicholas
Bobby Moynihan
Heidi Gardner
Paul Scheer
Ike Barinholtz
Leonardo Romero
Rich Ellis
Anthony Marques
J. Bone
German Peralta
Emma Kubert
Roberto Poggi
Jon Mikel
Jacob Edgar
Juni Ba
Derec Donovan
Jesūs Hervās
Mike Spicer
Dave Stewart
Kristian Rossi
Hi-Fi
Nick Filardi
Rex Lokus
David Baron
Batman: The Long Halloween Special October 2021 Jeph Loeb
Tim Sale
Tim Sale Brennan Wagner
Batman: Fear State Omega November 2021 James Tynion IV Guillem March
Trevor Hairsine
Ryan Benjamin
Christian Duce
Riccardo Federici
Chris Sotomayor
Batman Secret Files: Clownhunter August 2021 Ed Brisson Rosi Kämpe Andrew Dalhouse
Batman Secret Files: The Gardener November 2021 James Tynion IV Christian Ward
Batman Secret Files: Huntress July 2021 Mariko Tamaki David Lapham Patricia Mulvihill
Batman Secret Files: Miracle Molly September 2021 James Tynion IV Dani Lee Loughridge
Batman Secret Files: Peacekeeper-One October 2021 James Tynion IV
Ed Brisson
Joshua Hixson Roman Stevens
Batman Secret Files: The Signal July 2021 Tony Patrick Christian Duce Luis Guerrero
Batman/Superman: The Authority Special November 2021 Phillip Kennedy Johnson Jonathan Glapion
Scott Hanna
Trevor Hairsine
Ben Templesmith
Rain Beredo
Dark Crisis FCBD Special Edition #0 May 2022 Joshua Williamson Daniel Sampere
Jim Cheung
DC Festival of Heroes: The Asian Superhero Celebration #1 May 2021[54] Mariko Tamaki
Mihn Lé
Greg Pak
Aniz Adam Ansari
Ram V
Dustin Nguyen
Alyssa Wong
Sarah Kuhn
Amy Chu
Pornsak Pinchetshote
Gene Luen Yang
Marcus To
Trung Le Nguyen
Sumit Kumar
Sami Basri
Audrey Mok
Dustin Nguyen
Sean Chen
Norm Rapmund
Victoria Ying
Marcio Takara
Alexandre Tefenkgi
Bernard Chang
Sebastian Cheng
Trung Le Nguyen
Romulo Fajardo Jr.
Sunny Gho
Jordie Bellaire
Dustin Nguyen
Rain Beredo
DC Pride June 2021[38] James Tynion IV
Steve Orlando
Vita Ayala
Mariko Tamaki
Sam Johns
Danny Lore
Sina Grace
Nicole Maines
Andrew Wheeler
Trung Le Nguyen
Stephen Byrne
Skylar Patridge
Amy Reeder
Klaus Janson
Lisa Sterle
Ro Stein
Ted Brandt
Rachael Stott
Luciano Vecchio
Trung Le Nguyen
Stephen Byrne
José Villarubia
Marissa Louise
Dave McCaig
Enrica Eren Angiolini
Ro Stein
Ted Brandt
Rex Lokus
DC vs. Vampires: Hunters May 2022 Matthew Rosenberg Neil Googe
Flashpoint Beyond #0 April 2022 Geoff Johns Eduardo Risso
Gotham City Villains Anniversary Giant #1 November 2021 Danny DeVito
Wes Craig
G. Willow Wilson
Phillip Kenedy Johnson
Nadia Shammas
Joshua Williamson
Stephanie Phillips
Dan Watters
Mairghread Scott
Dan Mora
Jason Wordie
Emma Ríos
Riccardo Federici
Max Raynor
Max Fiumara
Skylar Patridge
Ariela Kristantina
Tamra Bonvillain
Andworld Design
Jordie Bellaire
Sunny Gho
John Kalisz
Max Fiumara
Marissa Louise
Patricia Mulvihill
Green Arrow 80th Anniversary
100-Page Super Spectacular
June 2021[55] Mariko Tamaki
Tom Taylor
Stephanie Phillips
Mike Grell
Ram V
Brandon Thomas
Devin K. Grayson
Phil Hester
Vita Ayala
Benjamin Percy
Jeff Lemire
Larry O'Neil
Javier Rodriguez
Nicola Scott
Chris Mooneyham
Mike Grell
Christopher Mitten
Jorge Corona
Max Fiumara
Phil Hester
Laura Braga
Otto Schmidt
Andrea Sorrentino
Jorge Fornés
Javier Rodriguez
Nicola Scott
Mike Spicer
Lovern Kindzierski
Ivan Plascencia
Mat Lopes
Max Fiumara
Patricia Mulvihill
Adriano Lucas
Otto Schmidt
Jordie Bellaire
Jorge Fornés
I Am Batman #0 August 2021[53] John Ridley Travel Foreman Rex Lokus
Infinite Frontier March 2021[17] Joshua Williamson
James Tynion IV
Scott Snyder
Brian Michael Bendis
Becky Cloonan
Michael W. Conrad
Joëlle Jones
Tim Sheridan
Phillip Kennedy Johnson
Geoff Johns
Geoffrey Thorne
John Timms
David Marquez
Jorge Jimenez
Alitha Martinez
Mark Morales
Joëlle Jones
Stephen Byrne
Rafa Sandoval
Jordi Tarragona
Jamal Igle
Alex Maleev
Todd Nauck
Dexter Soy
Howard Porter
John Romita Jr.
Klaus Janson
Alex Sinclair
Tamra Bonvillain
Tomeu Morey
Emilo Lopez
Jordie Bellaire
Stephen Byrne
Alejandro Sánchez
Hi-Fi
Brad Anderson
Infinite Frontier: Secret Files #1 June 2021 Joshua Williamson
Brandon Thomas
Stephanie Phillips
Dan Watters
Valentine De Landro
Inaki Miranda
Stephen Byrne
Phil Hester
Marissa Louise
Triona Farrell
Nick Filardi
Stephen Byrne
Released digitally as six issues from April 18, 2021
Justice League: Road to Dark Crisis May 2022 Joshua Williamson
Brandon Thomas
Chuck Brown
Phillip Kennedy Johnson
Stephanie Phillips
Jeremy Adams
Clayton Henry
Dan Jurgens
Emanuela Lupacchino
Leila del Duca
Fico Ossio
Nubia: Coronation Special #1 May 2022 Stephanie Williams
Vita Ayala
Alitha Martinez
Becky Cloonan
Darryl Banks
Jill Thompson
Marguerite Sauvage
Nikolas Draper-Ivey
Peacemaker: Disturbing the Peace January 2022 Garth Ennis Garry Brown Lee Loughridge
Sensational Wonder Woman Special March 2022 Paula Sevenbergen
Stephanie Phillips
Scott Kolins
Paul Pelletier
Alitha Martinez
Shadow War Alpha March 2022 Joshua Williamson Viktor Bogdanovic
Daniel Henriques
Mike Spicer
Shadow War Omega May 2022 Joshua Williamson Stephen Segovia
Shadow War Zone May 2022 Joshua Williamson
Ed Brisson
Stephanie Phillips
Nadia Shammas
Trevor Hairsine
Mike Bowden
Ann Maulina
Stargirl Spring Break Special May 2021[56] Geoff Johns Todd Nauck
Bryan Hitch
Fred Hembeck
Hi-Fi
Alex Sinclair
Strange Love Adventures February 2022 Stephanie Phillips
Rich Douek
Rex Ogle
Andrew Marino
Che Grayson
Devin K. Grayson
Jackson Lanzing
Collin Kelly
Ram V
Jon Sommariva
Scot Eaton
Wayne Faucher
Geraldo Borges
Pablo M. Collar
Jon Mikel
Roger Robinson
Christian Duce
Phil Hester
Erik Gapstur
Ande Parks
Rex Lokus
Hi-Fi
Nick Filardi
Dee Cunniffe
Tony Aviña
Enrica Eren Angiolini
Superman & Robin Special January 2022 Peter J. Tomasi Viktor Bogdanovic
Scott Hanna
Daniel Henriques
Matt Santorelli
Ivan Plascencia
Matt Herms
'Tis the Season to be Freezin' December 2021 Alan Burnett
Paul Dini
Tee Franklin
Rich Bernatovech
Tara Roberts
Bobby Moynihan
Andrew Wheeler
Jordan Gibson
Yancy Labat
Travis Mercer
Norm Rapmund
Eric Battles
Pop Mhan
Meghan Hetrick
Monica Kubina
Tony Aviña
Andrew Dalhouse
Eva de La Cruz
Ivan Plascencia
Marissa Louise
Wonder Woman 80th Anniversary
100-Page Spectacular
October 2021[43] Becky Cloonan
Michael W. Conrad
Jordie Bellaire
Mark Waid
Tom King
Steve Orlando
G. Willow Wilson
Amy Reeder
Vita Ayala
Stephanie Phillips
Jim Cheung
Paulina Ganucheau
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
Joe Prado
Amy Reeder
Evan Shaner
Isaac Goodhart
Laura Braga
Marcio Takara
Meghan Hetrick
Marcelo Maiolo
Kendall Goode
Marissa Louise
Patricia Mulvihill
Evan Shaner
Jeremy Lawson
Romulo Fajardo Jr.
Wonder Woman: The Adventures of Young Diana October 2021 Jordie Bellaire Paulina Ganucheau Kendall Goode
Wonder Woman Day 2021 - Diana: Princess of the Amazons October 2021 Shannon Hale
Dean Hale
Victoria Ying Lark Pien
Wonder Woman Day 2021: Tempest Tossed October 2021 Laurie Halse Anderson Leila del Duca Kelly Fitzpatrick
Wonder Woman Day Special Edition October 2021 Greg Rucka Liam Sharp Laura Martin

Critical reception

According to Comic Book Roundup, the entire event received an average rating of 8.6 out of 10 based on 110 reviews.[57]

Collected editions

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See also

Notes

  1. ^ For additional creative team information, see each title's individual article.

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