DC Comics has produced many crossover stories combining characters from different series of comics. Some of these are set in the fictional DC Universe, or any number of settings within the DC Multiverse.

Publication history


"Flash of Two Worlds" 1961 Silver Age Flash meets his Golden Age hero, introducing the concept of the DC Multiverse, started almost annual crossover between Earth-One characters and Earth-Two characters.[a]
"Vengeance of the Immortal Villain!" 1963 Properly re-introduces the Justice Society of America.[b]
"Crisis on Earth-One!" and "Crisis on Earth-Two!" 1963 The Silver Age Justice League of America meet the Golden Age Justice Society of America, beginning an annual team-up tradition between the two teams and starting a legacy of DC Crisis events.[c]
"Crisis on Earth-Three" 1964 Introduces the Crime Syndicate of America of Earth-Three.[d]
JLA: Zatanna's Search 1964 Zatanna attempts to reconnect with her father, Zatara, and seeks the aid of Hawkman, Batman, Robin, the Atom, Green Lantern and the Elongated Man along the way.[e]
Green Lantern #40: "Secret Origin of the Guardians!" 1965 Silver Age Green Lantern teams up with his Golden Age predecessor; and Krona, who created the DC Multiverse, appears for the first time.[f]
Green Lantern/Green Arrow: Snowbirds Don't Fly 1971 Oliver Queen and Hal Jordan must deal with the shocking revelation that Roy Harper has become a drug addict and do what they must to help him.[g]
Showcase #100 1978 In issue #100 of the Showcase comics, "There Shall Come a Gathering", many of the heroes who previously appeared in the comic's original run must stop an alien from towing Earth out of its orbit. Some of those who appear include the Challengers of the Unknown, Lois Lane, the Teen Titans, Rip Hunter, Time Master, the Spectre, the Metal Men and the Inferior Five, along with cameos by others.
Crisis on Earth Prime 1982 Per Degaton threatens Earth Prime, so the Justice League of America, the Justice Society of America, and the All-Star Squadron must team up to stop the threat.[h]
Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow? 1986 In the final adventure of Superman before Crisis on Infinite Earths, the Man of Steel must face his most dangerous foes one last time.[i]

Crisis on Infinite Earths and Post-Crisis

Crisis on Infinite Earths 1985-1986 The Anti-Monitor tries to destroy the DC Multiverse, but only succeeds in merging it into a single universe; numerous characters die, including Supergirl (Kara Zor-El) and the Flash II (Barry Allen).[j]

Series to spin out of event:

Legends 1986 Darkseid and his servant Glorious Godfrey attempt to ruin humanity's faith in superheroes. First Post-Crisis appearance of Captain Marvel in normal continuity and the forming of a new Justice League roster. JLA: Incarnations #5; Legends of the DC Universe 3-D Gallery #1; Justice League #1; Suicide Squad #1

Series to spin out of event:

Millennium 1988 After the Guardians and Zamarons exile themselves from this dimension, one of each remains and seeks out 12 Chosen to become the New Guardians. The robotic Manhunters aim to prevent this and several supporting characters are revealed to be Manhunters.

Series to spin out of event:

Cosmic Odyssey 1988 Darkseid strives to gain the Anti-Life Equation.

Series to spin out of event:

Invasion! 1989 The Dominators have put together an alliance to invade Earth and eliminate the threat posed by their unpredictable "metahumans".[k]Series to spin out of event:
Suicide Squad: The Janus Directive 1989 Suicide Squad leader Amanda Waller sends her agents on missions in the apparent pursuit of her own private agenda, the so-called "Janus Directive".
Batman: A Lonely Place of Dying 1989 Following the tragic events of A Death in the Family, Batman begins making reckless decisions. Dick Grayson and another must work to bring Batman back from the edge.[l]
Armageddon 2001 1991 Monarch threatens to destroy the future and Earth's superheroes must stop him. Limited series with crossovers in the 1991 DC Annuals.
War of the Gods 1991 Wonder Woman and the Amazons are caught in the middle of a war between the ancient Roman gods and the Olympian gods. Meanwhile, Circe frames Themyscira for crimes that leads to a war between America and Wonder Woman's home.[m]
Justice League: Breakdowns 1991-1992 A 16-issue crossover between Justice League America #53-60 and Justice League Europe #29-36, changing the tone of both series from a humorous one to a more serious one. Green Lantern (vol. 3) #18
Eclipso: The Darkness Within 1992 Earth's superheroes fight Eclipso and his pawn Lar Gand. Limited series with crossovers in the 1992 DC Annuals.
  • Eclipso (#1-18)
Superman: Panic in the Sky 1992 Brainiac returns to invade Earth with his ultimate weapon, Warworld, a planet-sized satellite built for destruction. With the help of super-powered friends like Wonder Woman, the Flash, Green Lantern and many more, Superman must lead the attack on Brainiac and protect Earth![n] [o]
The Death of Superman 1992 Superman engages in battle with a seemingly unstoppable killing machine named Doomsday in the streets of Metropolis. At the fight's conclusion, both combatants apparently die from their wounds. The crossover depicted the world's reaction to Superman's death in Funeral for a Friend, then the emergence of four individuals believed to be the "new" Superman and the eventual return of the original Superman in Reign of the Supermen!.[p]
Trinity 1993 The Green Lantern Corps, the L.E.G.I.O.N., and the Darkstars go up against the beings called "the Triarch".
Batman: Knightfall 1993 Bruce Wayne (Batman) suffers burnout and is systematically assaulted and crippled by a Venom-enhanced villain named Bane. Wayne is replaced as Batman by an apprentice named Jean-Paul Valley, who becomes increasingly violent and unstable, tarnishing Batman's reputation. Eventually, Wayne is healed through paranormal means and reclaims his role as Batman.
  • Prodigal (1994): In the aftermath of Knightfall, Batman hands over the cowl to Dick Grayson.[q]
Bloodlines 1993 The DC superheroes go up against alien parasites; new superheroes are created from some of their victims. Limited series with crossovers in the 1993 DC Annuals.
End of an Era 1994 High above New Earth, the teenage Legionnaires from Batch SW6 prevent a mysterious being from destroying the domed cities. They are shocked to learn that the man is a disoriented Rokk Krinn, Cosmic Boy from the adult version of the Legion of Super-Heroes.
Superman: Fall of Metropolis (AKA Worlds Collide) 1994 With the Man of Steel out of commission due to injuries, LexCorp and Project Cadmus' conflict spills over into the city streets. If Superman does not recover in time, this may spell doom for Metropolis.[r]Crossover of 14 comics spanning Superman: The Man of Steel, Hardware, Superboy (vol. 4), Icon, Steel (vol. 2), Blood Syndicate, and Static.
Zero Hour: Crisis in Time 1994 Extant and Parallax attempt to recreate the Multiverse; a new timeline emerges.

Crossover involving 45 issues/titles across the DC Universe, followed up in October by Zero Month (31 titles) which kicks off the new timeline.

The Way of the Warrior 1995 The Tormock alien race invades Earth and Guy Gardner, Hawkman, Justice League America, Lobo and former Green Lantern Probert battle to save the world.[s]
Underworld Unleashed 1995 Neron, a demon-lord from Hell, offers the DC universe villains "upgrades" in exchange for their souls.[t]
Batman: Troika 1995 A 4-comic Batman crossover in February 1995: Batman #515, Batman: Shadow of the Bat #35, Detective Comics #682 and Robin (vol. 2) #14
The Death of Clark Kent 1995 An 8-comic Superman titles crossover starting in May 1995: Superman (vol. 2) #100-101, The Adventures of Superman #522-523, Action Comics #710-711, and Superman: The Man of Steel #45-46
The Trial of Superman 1995 A 12-comic Superman titles crossover starting in November 1995: Superman: The Man of Steel #50-52, Superman (vol. 2) #106-108, The Adventures of Superman #529-531, Action Comics #716-717, and Superman: The Man of Tomorrow #3
The Flash: Dead Heat 1995 A new villain comes to town. His knowledge of the Speed Force rivals Wally's, and now he has put the entire team in peril.[u]
Siege of the Zi Charam 1995 Can even the combined might of Supergirl and Green Lantern rescue the New Titans from the clutches of the deadly Progenitors. The New Titans #124, Green Lantern (vol. 3) #65, Darkstars #34, Damage #16, The New Titans #125
The Final Night 1996 A Sun-Eater threatens life on Earth by devouring the Sun. Hal Jordan sacrifices his life to destroy it.
Batman: Contagion 1996 Beginning in March 1996, this Batman crossover involves a virulent strain of the Ebola virus sweeping across Gotham City, forcing Azrael, Batman, Catwoman, Huntress, Nightwing, and Robin to deal with a threat they cannot see: Batman: Shadow of the Bat #48-49, Detective Comics #695-696, Robin (vol. 2) #27-28, Catwoman (vol. 2) #31-32, Azrael #15-16, Batman #529, Batman Chronicles #4.
Batman: Legacy 1996 A sequel to Contagion, this 10-part crossover starting in August 1996 follows a new strand of the Apocalypse Virus, controlled by Ra's al Ghul who attempts to find a suitable father for his grandchildren: Batman: Shadow of the Bat #53-54, Batman #533-534, Detective Comics #700-702, Catwoman (vol. 2) #36, and Robin (vol. 2) #32-33.
Genesis 1997 Darkseid battles Earth's heroes when the Genesis Wave strikes; many superbeings have their powers altered or negated.
Brotherhood of the Fist 1998 A 5-issue DC Crossover starting in July 1998 involving Green Arrow (vol. 2) #134-135, Detective Comics #723, Robin (vol. 2) #55, and Nightwing (vol. 2) #23
Batman: Cataclysm 1998 The plot of the storyline centers on Gotham City being hit by a massive earthquake, the epicenter of which is less than a mile from Wayne Manor. In the wake of the destruction, Batman and his allies join the frantic rescue efforts around the devastated city, which soon spirals into chaos.
  • Batman: Aftershock (June 1998): 16 issues from Batman #555-559, Detective Comics #722-726, Batman: Shadow of the Bat #75-79, The Batman Chronicles #14 and ending with Robin (vol. 2) #54.
  • Batman: Road to No Man's Land (December 1998): 12 issues from Azrael: Agent of the Bat #47-49, Batman #560-562, Batman: Shadow of the Bat #80-82, and Detective Comics #727-729
  • Batman: No Man's Land (March 1999): This volume covers the period following the earthquake, from the evacuation of the city until its time of re-opening and the beginning of rebuilding. Covers 88 issues.
DC One Million 1998 The Justice Legion Alpha of the 853rd century joins together with the present day Justice League to battle Solaris the Tyrant Sun.
Superman: Behold! The Millennium Giants! 1998 A trio of colossal giants are out to remake the world and it is up to Superman and friends to stop them. The storyline ran through several titles, though mostly through the Superman books. The end of this story arc was the lead-in for Superman Forever #1, which coincided with Superman's 60th anniversary.[v]
JLA/Titans: The Technis Imperative 1999 A powerful technological threat from space targets members of the Teen Titans past and current, and the Titans and JLA are divided on how to fight it.
Day of Judgment 1999 Demonic forces threaten the Earth; Hal Jordan becomes the Spectre. 21 issues spanning 14 comic series.
JLApe: Gorilla Warfare! 1999 The apes of Gorilla City have declared open hostility on the rest of the world by using technology that can turn humans into apes.
The Flash: Chain Lightning 1999 Speedsters of all eras between now and the 30th century team up to stop a threat to the Flash dynasty.[w]
Batman: Evolution 2000 A 9-issue story-arc in Detective Comics #742 through 750
Superman: Emperor Joker 2000 A 9-issue Superman titles crossover beginning in October: Superman (vol. 2) #160-161, The Adventures of Superman #582-583, Superman: The Man of Steel #104-105, and Action Comics #769-770
Superboy: The Evil Factory 2000 The Agenda is manipulating DNA for nefarious purposes. What can Superboy do to stop them?[x]
Batman: Officer Down 2001 An 8-issue Batman titles crossover where Commissioner Gorder is shot starting in March 2000: Batman #587, Robin (vol. 2) #86, Birds of Prey #27, Catwoman (vol. 2) #90, Batgirl #12, Nightwing (vol. 2) #53, Detective Comics #754 and Gotham Knights #13.
Superman: Return to Krypton 2001 A 9-issue, non-consecutive, Superman titles crossover beginning in March: Superman (vol. 2) (166, 167, 184) The Adventures of Superman (589, 606) Superman: The Man of Steel (111, 128), and Action Comics (776, 793)
Our Worlds at War 2001 The heroes of the DC Universe face the threat of the cosmic force known as Imperiex, who has attacked Earth. 43 issues across multiple DC titles.
Superman: President Lex 2001 A 12-issue Superman titles crossover starting in June: Action Comics #773, The Adventures of Superman #581-586, Superman (vol. 2) #51-54, Superman: The Man of Steel #108-110 as well as a few standalone issues; President Luthor Secret Files and Origins and Lex 2000
Joker: Last Laugh 2001–2002 While locked up in the Slab penitentiary, the Joker finds out that he is suffering from a terminal brain tumor. Determined to go out with a bang, he uses a special Joker venom to "jokerize" the other inmates, making them insane and giving them white skin, red lips, green hair and a wide smile.
Bruce Wayne: Fugitive 2002 Bruce Wayne finds his girlfriend, Vesper Fairchild, dead in Wayne Manor just as the police arrive. The Batman Family investigates the circumstances of the crime.
A World Without Young Justice 2002 An all-new Young Justice has one mission: save Jason Todd.[y]
Superman: Ending Battle 2002 An 8-issue Superman titles crossover starting in November: Superman (vol. 2) #186-187, The Adventures of Superman #608-609, Superman: The Man of Steel #130-131, and Action Comics #795-796
JSA: Black Reign 2003 A crossover between the Justice Society of America and Hawkman.[z]
Batman: War Drums 2003 A 10-issue Batman titles crossover starting in March: Detective Comics #790-796, and Robin (vol. 2) #126-128
Batman: War Games 2004 A 27-issue Batman titles crossover starting in June involving Batman, Detective Comics, Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight, Nightwing (vol. 2), Gotham Knights, Robin (vol. 2), Batgirl, and Catwoman (vol. 2).
Identity Crisis 2004 Sue Dibny, the wife of superhero the Elongated Man, is murdered in their apartment. The DC superhero community rallies to find the murderer, uncovering shocking truths about Dr. Light and Batman's reasoning for creating countermeasures for the Justice League.[aa] 22 issues across The Flash, Manhunter, Firestorm, and JSA.
Infinite Crisis 2005 Kal-L, the Superman of Earth-Two, Superboy Prime and several other characters return to attempt to change the universe for the better. Superboy Prime believes he is the one true Superman, and history is altered at the end of the series. 104 issues across multiple DC titles and one-shot issues ending in a 6-issue run of Crisis Aftermath: Battle for Bludhaven.
  • Countdown to Infinite Crisis (September 2004): Consists of the one-shot Countdown to Infinite Crisis and four miniseries which spun out of this comic: Day of Vengeance, in which the Shadowpact is formed to defend magic from the Spectre; Rann-Thanagar War; Villains United, in which the Secret Six is formed to fight the Secret Society of Super-Villains; and The OMAC Project, in which Batman's mistrust of his fellow heroes leads to the creation of an army of cyborgs. 251 issues in the full reading order.
  • 52 (2006): The "missing year" between Infinite Crisis and One Year Later where the world is without Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman. The series establishes the existence of a new Multiverse.
  • One Year Later (2006): All DC comics jump forward in time to one year after the end of Infinite Crisis. Diana gains a secret identity of Diana Prince and reclaims the Wonder Woman mantle, Bruce Wayne resumes the mantle of Batman and Clark Kent gets his powers back and returns as Superman.[ab]
Seven Soldiers 2005 A 30-issue arc across multiple titles reviving Golden Era Heroes such as Shining Knight, Manhattan Guardian, Zatanna, Klarion, Mister Miracle, Bulleteer, Frankenstein and their super-team: the Seven Soldiers of Victory, also known as the Law's Legionnaries and the All-Star Squadron.
Superman: Up Up and Away 2006 An 8-issue Superman titles crossover starting in June: Superman #650-653, and Action Comics #837-840
Amazons Attack 2007 Led up with Wonder Woman (vol. 3) #6-8, Circe manipulates the Department of Metahuman Affairs and the Amazons after bringing Queen Hippolyta, Wonder Woman's mother, back from the dead, which leads the Amazons to fight America and the country's heroes. The only way Wonder Woman can end this war, besides defeating Circe, is by fighting her own mother.
Sinestro Corps War 2007 The story centers on the Green Lanterns of Earth (Hal Jordan, Kyle Rayner, John Stewart and Guy Gardner) and the rest of the Green Lantern Corps as they fight an interstellar war against the Sinestro Corps, an army led by the former Green Lantern Sinestro who are armed with yellow power rings and seek a universe ruled through fear. This involves recruiting the Anti-Monitor, the Cyborg Superman, and Superboy Prime to aid in the destruction of the Green Lantern Corps.
Final Crisis 2008 The event that started at the conclusion of Countdown to Final Crisis. Started May 2008. Darkseid arrives on Earth and begins a conquest to overthrow reality, as part of a plan by Libra to conquer the Multiverse. The Justice League and Green Lantern Corps join forces in a desperate attempt to stop the upcoming onslaught. Batman is apparently killed by Darkseid in this event. In reality, he is trapped in the past, where he witnessed Anthro's death. The Martian Manhunter is murdered by Libra and the new Secret Society of Super-Villains. Barry Allen, who died in Crisis on Infinite Earths, returns to life in this event.
  • Countdown to Final Crisis (2007): A weekly series that started a week following the end of 52, Countdown to Final Crisis acts as the "spine" to the DC Universe that, as the name suggests, counts down to a new event for 2008. The series crosses over with certain titles and deals with Jimmy Olsen getting superpowers, Mary Marvel trying to get her powers back, and a plot with the Monitors that involves the new Multiverse and the three characters that were supposed to die in Infinite Crisis: Jason Todd, Donna Troy, and Kyle Rayner. This also features the return of Superboy Prime from Infinite Crisis.
Blackest Night 2009 An all-out war between the living heroes and villains and the Black Lantern Corps and the DC Universe stemming from the War of Light.
  • Brightest Day (2010): The events immediately following the final moments of Blackest Night.
  • Brightest Day Aftermath: The Search for Swamp Thing miniseries: A continuation of the Brightest Day storyline. Re-introduces the Swamp Thing and John Constantine back into the DC universe proper.
Superman: New Krypton 2009 Superman comes to terms with the death of his adoptive father while also dealing with 100,000 Kryptonians now living on Earth as a result of the Brainiac story arc.
Justice League: Rise and Fall 2010 Following the stunning conclusion to JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE what controversial decision has created a split in the League? A new meaning to the term 'hunt for justice' creates fear in the villain populace.

Justice League Cry for Justice #1-7 (prelude); Titans (vol. 2) #23 (prelude); Justice League Rise and Fall Special #1; Green Arrow and Black Canary #31-32; Justice League of America (vol. 2) #43; Justice League: Rise of Arsenal #1-4

Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne 2010 Bruce Wayne returns to present-day Gotham City after the events of Final Crisis.
  • Bruce Wayne: The Road Home deals with the return of the original Batman after his journey through time and the effect that it has on a number of Gotham's heroes and villains, particularly upon Dick Grayson, who has been using his mentor's mantle since Battle for the Cowl.
Reign of Doomsday 2011 Doomsday hunts down Steel, Superboy, the Eradicator, and the Cyborg Superman.
Flashpoint 2011 When the Flash attempts to change time and save his mother from death, he alters history dramatically. When the events are corrected, universes are joined together (one being the Wildstorm universe/imprint bringing the team of the Authority back into DC) in order to repair the damage, leading to The New 52.


The New 52 2011 In the aftermath of Flashpoint, the DC Universe has a new status quo with all their comics.
I, Vampire: Rise of the Vampires 2012 Andrew Bennett is dead, and with his death, Cain, the sire of all vampires, has risen in Gotham, leaving it up to the Justice League Dark to attempt to retrieve Andrew from the realm of the dead in order to seal away Cain once again.[ac]
Batman: Night of the Owls 2012 Batman must call upon the Bat-Family Jason Todd, Dick Grayson, Tim Drake, Damian Wayne, Catwoman, etc., for the shadowy group "the Court of Owls" are vying to keep their century-long control over Gotham City.
The Culling: Rise of the Ravagers 2012 The Teen Titans, with the help of the Legion of Super-Heroes, face off against the metahuman-capturing group N.O.W.H.E.R.E., just as N.O.W.H.E.R.E's leader, Harvest, sets his long-awaited plan in motion.
Green Lantern: Rise of the Third Army 2012–2013 Absolute power corrupts absolutely—and the Guardians' time is finally here. The Guardians, believing that the universe would be better off without free will and emotions, create the Third Army. The Third Army assimilates all they come in contact with into transformed members of the Third Army. This storyline leads into the Wrath of the First Lanternstoryline. Green Lantern (vol. 5) #0, 13–16, Annual #1; Green Lantern Corps (vol. 3) #13-16, Annual #1; Green Lantern: New Guardians #0, 13–16; Red Lanterns #13-16
  • Wrath of the First Lantern (February–May 2013): In the outcome of Rise of the Third Army, the mysterious First Lantern is unleashed against the Green Lantern Corps.[ad] [ae]
Rotworld August 2012–February 2013 The avatars of the Green (the Swamp Thing) and the Red (Animal Man) must stop the Rot or the world will end in this epic crossover.[af]
Hawkman: Wanted 2012–2013 Hawkman is being chased after by the Thanagarians, crossing the paths of both Green Arrow and Deathstroke the Terminator.[ag]
The Black Diamond Probability 2012–2013 The Black Diamond Probability concerns stories which involve the Black Diamond, most often associated with the villain Eclipso.[ah]
Batman: Death of the Family 2012–2013 After having the skin of his face cut off of his head, the Joker returns and begins to target the Bat-Family.
Superman: H'El on Earth 2012–2013 A New 52 Superman crossover where Superman, Superboy and Supergirl go head to head with a powerful Kryptonian being known as H'el, Superman's adopted brother.
  • Krypton Returns (September–November 2013): After the events of H'El on Earth, H'El has been sent to the time period of Krypton's destruction and plans to change history, so Superman and his allies travel to the past in order to stop him. Krypton Returns will also link into Lobdell's run in Teen Titans (vol. 4) and Superman (vol. 3) #23.3, which featured H'El in the Forever Evil event.[ai]
Justice League: Throne of Atlantis 2012–2013 A vengeful Ocean Master returns and the war for Atlantis triggers a battle between Aquaman and the Justice League.
Batman: Requiem 2013 A series of issues consisting of the Bat-Family reacting to the death of Damian Wayne.[aj]
Superman: Psi War 2013 Running through some of the Superman books, the Man of Steel must face down a new, and insidious, threat.[ak]
Batman: Zero Year 2013–2014 Detailing the New 52 origin of the Dark Knight, as well as adventures featuring other characters during that time period (Barbara Gordon, Dick Grayson, Jason Todd, Barry Allen, John Stewart and others)
Justice League: Trinity War 2013 The Justice League, Justice League of America and Justice League Dark will take it to the next level! And so are DC's Trinity; Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman as they fight to find the truth of who could pit them against one another in this lead-up to Forever Evil. DC Comics - The New 52: FCBD Special Edition #1
Forever Evil 2013–2014 The outcome of Trinity War; what will happen when the heroes of the DC Universe fall and there is no one left to stop the villains from taking over?[1] Justice League (vol. 2) #30; Justice League of America (vol. 3) #14; Suicide Squad (vol. 2) #30; Teen Titans (vol. 4) #24-25; Forever Evil Aftermath: Batman vs. Bane #1
  • Blight: Following the events of Trinity War, John Constantine awakens in the House of Mystery, unsure of how he got there. Trinity of Sin: Pandora #4-5 and Trinity of Sin: Phantom Stranger #12-13
Green Lantern: Lights Out 2013 A crossover that involves the four Green Lantern books, to be published in October.[2][al]
Supergirl: Red Daughter of Krypton 2013–2014 A crossover involving Supergirl as the newest member of the Red Lanterns. Crossovers also with "Atrocities", a Red Lanterns storyline .[am]
Batman: Gothtopia 2014 An event set in Batman titles.[an]
Worlds' Finest: First Contact 2014 A crossover between Batman/Superman and Worlds' Finest, in which Earth-2's Huntress and Power Girl come face to face with Earth-1's Batman and Superman for the first time.[ao]
Superman: Doomed 2014 After going all out fighting a brutal battle to stop Doomsday, Superman undergoes a transformation that puts the world and all those he cares about at risk.
Green Lantern: Uprising 2014 Rebellion has spread across the universe as former allies join forces with the Durlans, Khunds, and Outer Clans to overthrow the authority of the Corps.[ap]
Batman: Endgame 2014–2015 A six-issue comic book story arc, plus four tie-ins featuring Batman. Set after the events of Batman Eternal, the story involves the return from the dead of Batman's arch-enemy, the Joker, following his disappearance in the 2012 story arc Death of the Family.[aq]
Green Lanterns/New Gods: Godhead 2014 In the aftermath of Green Lantern: Lights Out, Highfather, the leader of the New Gods, discovers that the ring-wielders breached the Source Wall and now he is trying to find those secrets for himself by using one ring of every color of the emotional spectrum. Of course, nothing is ever that simple and what follows will threaten to alter the very fabric of the universe as we know it in Godhead, a month-long crossover event that finds Green Lantern and the New Gods entangled in a struggle for intergalactic survival.[ar]
The New 52: Futures End 2014–2015 What would happen to the DC characters five years later?
Earth 2: World's End 2014–2015 Earth 2 of the New 52...a world much like the New 52 Earth, but yet so different. A world that saw its greatest heroes die – and new ones take their places. A world where Superman became its greatest villain, and a man named Zod seeks to save it along with Batman, Green Lantern, the Flash and other heroes. A world they can only save from the forces of Apokolips through great personal sacrifice! Death and destruction will follow each week, and you will never know who will live and who will die!
Convergence 2015 Spun out of the final issues of The New 52: Futures End and Earth 2: World's End, leading to the end of the New 52 imprint. The story was told over a nine-week miniseries beginning with a #0 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 will see the brief return of Pre-New 52 Universe characters.
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  • Superman: Lois & Clark (October 2015-May 2016): Following the epic events of Convergence, here are the adventures of the Last Son of Krypton and last daughter of Earth of the Pre-New 52 universe as they try to survive with their newborn son in a world that is not their own. But can they keep this world from suffering the same fate as their own? Can this Superman stop the villains he once fought before they are created on this world? What is Intergang, and why does Lois’ discovery of it place everyone she loves in jeopardy? What will happen when their nine-year-old son learns the true identity of his parents? Make way for the original power couple for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health, until death do them part!
Truth 2015–2016 The New 52 imprint may be over, but the continuity goes on. Following Convergence, changes to the relationship between Superman and Batman and between Superman and Wonder Woman have taken effect. A new Batman patrols Gotham City in a mechanical suit and Wonder Woman is rocking a new look and an attitude to boot. Things are strained and it is the worst time for secrets to come out. So what happens when the Kryptonian's biggest secret is revealed to the world?[as]
Darkseid War 2015–2016 Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman and Cyborg united as the Justice League for the first time to defeat Darkseid and his legions of Parademons, kicking off what became known as The New 52 in the process. Now, they must face the powerful leader of Apokolips again, who returned to Earth with his sights on a new adversary: the world-shattering Anti-Monitor. The event runs from Justice League (vol. 2) #40-#50 and also includes five Gods and Monsters one-shots and a Darkseid War Special.[at]
Robin War 2015–2016 In December 2015, tensions between the various Robins will erupt into an all-out war. Intended as a six-part event over the course of the month.[au]
The Savage Dawn 2016 Following Superman's showdown with Vandal Savage in the 2015 Superman (vol. 3) Annual #3, Kal'El has become desperate to regain his powers. Time is running out and his enemies are determined to destroy him, so Superman must try the unthinkable and expose himself to kryptonite in order to become renewed.[av]
The Final Days of Superman 2016 His time without powers made Kal-El realize that the world is in need of more protectors...more super-powered beings like himself, especially given that he is now dying. But where will he find such beings? And what about the rumor he has heard of another older Superman married to another Lois Lane? Previously announced as Super League.[aw]
DC Rebirth 2016 What happens when the titles of the New 52 reach their 52nd issue? What comes next? DC Rebirth is coming in June 2016. DC Comics' titles will return to #1 issues after some have a Rebirth issue and Action Comics and Detective Comics will return to their Pre-New 52 renumbering. One character dies, three will return who have been missing and a revelation will make it obvious that the DC Universe has been missing a part of itself...!

Post-DC Rebirth

Batman: Night of the Monster Men 2016 As a huge storm approaches, Batman, Batwoman and Nightwing try and prepare Gotham City for the worst, but nothing can prepare the heroes for the enormous monsters rampaging through the streets! Batman will need all of his allies to unite in order to stop these mad science monsters from tearing Gotham apart![ax]
Justice League vs. Suicide Squad 2016–2017 Batman has begun to question the need for Amanda Waller's Task Force X in a world where the Justice League already exists. Determined, he decides to put a stop to the Suicide Squad, but the Squad will not go gentle into that good night that easily. A six-part miniseries starting with two issues in December before becoming weekly in January 2017. The event is a prelude to the relaunch of Justice League of America in February 2017.[ay]
Superman Reborn 2017 In DC Universe Rebirth #1, the enigmatic Mr. Oz told this Superman, "You and your family are not what you believe you are. And neither was the fallen Superman." Now, in the first DC Rebirth crossover between Superman and Action Comics, the shocking truth behind Oz's words is revealed. It begins with one of Oz's prisoners escaping and ends in a tragic moment for Lois and Superman. Fallout across the entire Superman line in April.[az]
Batman/The Flash: The Button 2017 The cataclysmic events of DC Universe Rebirth #1 continue here! The Dark Knight and the Fastest Man Alive, the two greatest detectives on any world, unite to explore the mystery behind a certain blood-stained smiley face button embedded in the Batcave wall. What starts as a simple investigation turns deadly when the secrets of the button prove irresistible to an unwelcome third party—and it is not who anyone suspects! It is a mystery woven through time and the ticking clock starts here![ba]
The Lazarus Contract 2017 The Titans and the Teen Titans must team up if they hope to survive their greatest enemy—Deathstroke the Terminator![bb]
Dark Nights: Metal 2017–2018 First come the Dark Days, which give way to the Dark Nights, which give birth to the Dark Matter. Welcome to the New Age of DC Heroes. A six-part miniseries that has been years in the making from the mind of Scott Snyder, who laid Easter eggs for the event as far back as the New 52. Batman is investigating the Nth metal and what it means for the DC Universe, but the heroes need to stop him. Waiting in the wings is an ancient but familiar evil who, if released, will bring the twisted Batmen of the Dark Multiverse with him. The event will introduce new DC Universe titles under The New Age of DC Heroes banner, beginning in December 2017.[bc]
  • Gotham Resistance: The shocking events of Dark Nights: Metal have transformed Gotham City into a mosaic of fantastical realms full of monsters, magic and DOOM! An S.O.S. from Dick Grayson sends Robin back to Gotham to find a number of hometown heroes (and anti-heroes) including Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Killer Croc, the Black Canary and a certain Emerald Archer all trapped in a Riddler-esque labyrinth of madness and death![bd]
  • Bats Out Of Hell: After the harrowing events of Dark Nights: Metal #3, the Justice League has scattered around the world to find the only artifacts that can fight back against the invasion of the Dark Multiverse. The League thinks they know how to take back their world, but they are not prepared for who is standing in their way: the Seven Dark Knights of the Dark Multiverse![be]
  • The New Age of DC Heroes (beginning December 2017): As the events of Dark Nights: Metal unfold, new heroes will step forward to save the DC Universe. These heroes are part of DC's new heroes initiative and their stories will build the future. Seven new titles will introduce teams such as the New Challengers and a Fantastic Four-like team called the Terrifics.[bf]
  • Justice League: No Justice (May 2018): Dark Nights: Metal left the DC Universe transformed in ways both terrifying and wondrous—and only the Justice League is strong enough to face the threats to come...or are they?[bg]
Doomsday Clock 2017–2019 This miniseries will finally solve the mystery established in DC Universe: Rebirth #1: why Doctor Manhattan (from the Watchmen universe) invaded the DC Universe by modifying its last 10 years of history. Only Superman is close to knowing the answer.[bh]
Super Sons of Tomorrow 2017–2018 The Batman of Tomorrow travels to the present to prevent a cataclysmic disaster before it happens, revealing that Superboy will soon be responsible for the death of millions. But Superman will do anything to protect his son...and the Batman of Tomorrow is unwavering in his resolve to take down the Boy of Steel.[bi]
Milk Wars 2018 What happens when the Doom Patrol meets the Justice League of America? Working together, can they destroy the evil, interdimensional corporation called RetConn? To kick off its plan to use the radioactive milk of psychic cows to take the edge off the World's Greatest Heroes, RetConn has gone all the way to the top. Meet Milkman Man, previously unknown son of Krypton, who was sent to our planet only to be adopted by an evil dairy farmer and raised to love all things dairy![bj]

Post-Dark Nights: Metal

Sink Atlantis 2018 Aquaman always said that he would die for Atlantis. Now the Task Force X aims to make him keep his word by planning to sink Atlantis.[bk]
Heroes in Crisis 2018–2019 The heroes of the DC Universe find themselves in turmoil when two of their own end up dead.[bl]
  • Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy: Harley and Ivy are on the run while attempting to come to terms with each other.
  • Flash Forward: Wally West attempts to solve the truth about the murders in the Sanctuary, if he has a chance to find redemption for himself.
The Witching Hour 2018 Crossover between Justice League Dark and Wonder Woman.[bm]
Drowned Earth 2018 Crossover between Justice League and Aquaman.[bn]
Leviathan Rising 2019 The new leader of Leviathan is destroying all secret organizations to archive his own vision of a "New World Order".[bo]
  • Lois Lane
  • Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen
The Terminus Agenda 2019 Robin plans to kill Deathstroke the Terminator for good, but the consequences will be high.[bp]
Year of the Villain 2019–2020 The repercussions of Dark Nights: Metal continue to aggravate, as Lex Luthor makes a devil's bargain that will change everything in the Multiverse.[bq]
  • The Infected: The Batman Who Laughs uses his dark energy to poison several heroes and recruit them for his new cause.
  • Year of the Villain: Hell Arisen: It is the Apex Lex Luthor vs. the Batman Who Laughs. Whoever wins will push the Multiverse into destruction.
Event Leviathan 2019 The new Leviathan is recruiting several heroes for his cause.[br]
  • Leviathan Dawn
City of Bane 2019 Batman confronts Bane, and even his own alternate-timeline father, the Flashpoint Batman![bs]
Dark Nights: Death Metal 2020–2021 Earth has been conquered by the Batman Who Laughs and Perpetua. The bad guys won, the good guys lost. And the Earth is suffering.

Wonder Woman and the Flash have made compromises to survive, to keep humanity alive in a world that may seem familiar to those who read Batman: Last Knight on Earth. But in this world, Batman is part of an underground resistance looking to take back control of their world. As for Superman, he has been captured, imprisoned to literally power Earth's Sun for eternity. But Wonder Woman takes the lead after being leaked some information to rally the Earth's remaining heroes to resist the Batman Who Laughs, break away from the Dark Multiverse and defeat Perpetua, she who created all reality in the DC Multiverse and who also seems to have a problem with the darker elements of it...

The Joker War 2020 The final battle between Batman and the Joker will be all-out war across Gotham City.
Endless Winter 2020 The Frost King has returned to the DC Universe after his defeat eons ago by a group of heroes from the 10th century. Now, as he plunges the world temperature, can Black Adam, one of the 10th century heroes, be able to stand with the modern day Justice League to face the threat?

Post-Dark Nights: Death Metal

Generations 2020-2021 Following his incarceration for his role in the massacre on Sanctuary, Wally West is forcibly recruited by Tempus Fuginaut to restore the balance between the Light and Dark Multiverses. When Wally finds Metron's Mobius Chair, he also finds his children, Jai and Iris, being trapped. Before sitting on the Chair, he makes a deal with Tempus to save his children and return them to his wife Linda Park. Tempus agrees and Linda, Jai and Iris are reunited. Meanwhile, it is revealed that the Mobius Chair was upgraded with a big portion of Doctor Manhattan's powers, which causes Wally to become a godlike persona of himself.
Future State 2021 A two-month event that examines the possible future of the DC Universe, involving both classic and new characters. New versions of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash and Aquaman are introduced.
Infinite Frontier 2021 The next phase of the DC Universe begins here! Dark Nights: Death Metal presented the darkest threats of the Multiverse. Future State revealed what may lie ahead. Now it's time to look into the Infinite Frontier of the current-day DC Universe.
Fear State 2021 The Scarecrow is sending Gotham City straight to Hell, and it’s up to Batman and his allies to stop it! Involving - Batman (vol. 3) #112-117, Batman: Fear State Alpha #1, Catwoman (vol. 5) #34, Harley Quinn (vol. 3) #6 and I Am Batman #0
War for Earth-3 2022 The Teen Titans, the Flash and the Suicide Squad all collide on Earth-3-home of the evil Crime Syndicate-on the hunt for former Task Force X mastermind Amanda Waller. As Waller tries to take over the alternate Earth and dethrone evil versions of Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, and other heroes that rule it, her former partner-Rick Flag-arrives on E-3 bent on making Waller pay for her crimes, while the Titans and Flash hunt for a missing academy student they believe was kidnapped by Waller to form her mysterious Justice Squad.
Trial of the Amazons 2022 Following a shocking murder on Themyscira, the three Amazonian tribes are at war, and Diana, Nubia and Yara Flor are caught in the crossfire.
Shadow War 2022 The worlds of Batman, Robin (Damian Wayne) and Deathstroke collide.
Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths 2022 As the Crisis event in the DCU, Dark Crisis is about the fallout of the Justice League's destruction and Pariah's attempt to destroy reality and restore the multiverse as it existed prior to the original Crisis on Infinite Earths.
Flashpoint Beyond 2022 The reality-shattering world of Flashpoint is back! Legendary DC writer Geoff Johns returns to the story he made famous in 2011, as the Flashpoint Batman searches for answers in a world that shouldn’t exist!

Note: All bolded events are considered "company-wide".

Crossovers with other companies

Title Timepan Company Notes
DC/Marvel 1976–2000 Marvel Comics
  • DC/Spider-Man
    • Superman/The Amazing Spider-Man
      • Superman vs. The Amazing Spider-Man (1976): Superman and Spider-Man must stop a world domination / destruction plot hatched in tandem by their respective arch-nemeses, Lex Luthor and Doctor Octopus.
      • Superman and Spider-Man (1981): Superman and Spider-Man battle the Parasite and Dr. Doom, with the Hulk and Wonder Woman guest-starring.
    • Batman/Spider-Man
  • DC/The Incredible Hulk
    • DC Special Series #27: Batman vs. the Incredible Hulk (1981): Batman and the Hulk battle the Joker and the Shaper of Worlds.
    • The Incredible Hulk vs. Superman (1999): You did not think their battle in DC vs. Marvel was the last word on the issue, did you? Worlds tremble as the two must fight it out, but is there something more sinister afoot?
  • The Uncanny X-Men and The New Teen Titans (1982): The two teams must unite to battle Darkseid, Deathstroke the Terminator, and Dark Phoenix.
  • Batman/Punisher
    • Batman/Punisher: Lake of Fire (1994): The Punisher and Batman meet, and things do not go well.
    • Punisher/Batman: Deadly Knights (1994): Batman meets the Punisher again, and things get even worse.
  • Darkseid vs. Galactus: The Hunger (1995): Galactus tries to devour Apokolips.
  • DC/Silver Surfer
    • Green Lantern/Silver Surfer: Unholy Alliances (1995): Green Lantern and the Silver Surfer battle Parallax and Thanos.
    • Silver Surfer/Superman #1 (1997): The Last Son of Krypton meets the Herald of Galactus.
  • Batman/Captain America (1996): The two heroes, mortals who fight alongside the mightiest of beings, must team up to fight a threat to both their worlds.
  • DC vs. Marvel (1996): Two brothers who personify the DC and Marvel Universes become aware of the other's existence and challenge each other to a series of duels involving each universe's respective superheroes. The losing universe will cease to exist. The story has an out-of-universe component in that although there are 11 primary battles, the storyline does not show one side as being victorious. The "brothers" resolve the situation by temporarily creating a new universe, called the Amalgam Universe, which is occupied by merged versions of many of the heroes. An inter-dimensional character called Access eventually manages to restore the universes to their normal state. Two associated follow-up miniseries also involve characters from both publishers, DC/Marvel: All Access #1-4 from DC and Unlimited Access #1-4 from Marvel. DC versus Marvel #1, 4 Marvel versus DC #2-3
  • Batman/Daredevil
  • Superman/Fantastic Four (1999): Superman and the Fantastic Four must unite to stop the Cyborg Superman and Galactus.
DC/Judge Dredd 1991–1998 Fleetway Publications
  • Batman/Judge Dredd
    • Batman/Judge Dredd: Judgement on Gotham (1991): Batman and Judge Dredd must unite to fight Judge Death.
    • Batman/Judge Dredd: Vendetta in Gotham (1993): Batman once again meets Judge Dredd from Mega-City 01.
    • Batman/Judge Dredd: The Ultimate Riddle (1995): Batman and Judge Dredd continue their adventures.
    • Batman/Judge Dredd: Die Laughing #1-2 (1998): The dimensional walls weaken as the two men team up once again to stop a familiar threat.
  • Lobo/Judge Dredd: Psycho-Bikers vs. the Mutants From Hell! (1995): The greatest judge in Mega-City 01 must join forces with the biggest badass of the stars (according to himself, that is).
DC/Aliens/Predator 1991–2007 Dark Horse Comics
  • DC/Predator
    • Batman versus Predator
      • Batman versus Predator #1-3 (1991-1992): Batman must face off against the Predator, an alien bounty hunter.
      • Batman versus Predator II: Bloodmatch #1-4 (1994): The alien bounty hunter returns to Gotham.
      • Batman versus Predator III: Blood Ties #1-4 (1997): Batman encounters the alien bounty hunters once again.
    • Superman vs. Predator #1-3 (2001): A S.T.A.R. Labs expedition uncovers an ancient derelict spacecraft in the jungles of Central America. Superman goes to investigate.
    • JLA vs. Predator (2001): The entire Justice League is needed to battle a threat from the stars.
  • DC/Aliens
    • Superman/Aliens
      • Superman/Aliens #1-3 (1995): Superman does battle with the Xenomorphs.
      • Superman/Aliens 2: God War #1-4 (2002): Darkseid acquires several Xenomorph eggs and begins wreaking havoc.
    • Batman/Aliens
      • Batman/Aliens #1-2 (1997): Batman parachutes into the jungle near the Guatemala-Mexico border while investigating the disappearance of a Wayne Enterprises geologist. What he finds tests the very limits of his ability.
      • Batman/Aliens II #1-3 (2001): In 1927, an explorer discovered something frozen in the Alaska ice and brings it home with him to Gotham City.
    • Green Lantern versus Aliens #1-4 (2000): Several Green Lanterns, primarily Kyle Rayner, must face off against the titular Xenomorphs.
  • Superman and Batman vs. Aliens and Predator #1-2 (2007): Superman and Batman must team up to fight Xenomorphs in the Andes Mountains.
Superman Meets the Quik Bunny 1987 Nestlé The Man of Steel meets the Bunny who can make milk chocolaty.
Batman/Grendel 1993 Dark Horse Comics Batman meets the famous Dark Horse Comics assassin. Batman/Grendel: Devil's Riddle and Grendel/Batman: Devil's Masque
  • Batman/Grendel II (1996): Grendel-Prime travels to present-day Gotham City, drawn by the skull of Hunter Rose. Batman/Grendel: Devil's Bones and Grendel/Batman: Devil's Dance
Batman/Spawn 1994 Image Comics
  • Batman-Spawn: War Devil: The Dark Knight meets with Hell's former champion.
  • Spawn/Batman: Batman must team up with Spawn to stop a mutual threat. This has no relation to the previous crossover. A sequel to this story called Spawn/Batman: Inner Demons was announced, but never published.
Worlds Collide 1994 Milestone Comics The DC superheroes meet their Milestone Comics counterparts.
Catwoman/Vampirella: The Furies 1996 Harris Publications Catwoman and Vampirella join forces against a common threat.
Azrael/Ash 1997 Event Comics The vigilante must help someone new to town, a dimension-hopping hero just trying to get back home to his dead-end retail job.
The Superman/Madman Hullabaloo! #1-3 1997 Dark Horse Comics The Man of Steel meets the Man of Madness, and chaos ensues.
Batman/Hellboy/Starman #1-2 1998 Dark Horse Comics The Golden Age Starman, Ted Knight, is kidnapped, and Batman and Hellboy team-up to rescue him.
The Darkness/DC 1999–2005 Image Comics
  • The Darkness/Batman (1999): The Dark Knight and Jackie Estacado cross paths. At first antagonistic, they must put aside their differences when a greater threat emerges.
  • The Darkness/Superman #1-2 (2005): Superman and Jackie Estacado team up to thwart a force that threatens both their worlds.
DC/Tarzan 1999–2002 Dark Horse Comics
Superman vs. The Terminator: Death to the Future #1-4 1999 Dark Horse Comics Superman must aide Sarah and John Conner in their battle against Skynet.
Joker/Mask #1-4 2000 Dark Horse Comics The Man Who Laughs meets the Mask, and the world is a more terrifying place for it.
Ghost/Batgirl: The Resurrection Machine #1-4 2000 Dark Horse Comics Under the tutelage of the Oracle, Batgirl investigates the bombing of the International Diamond Exchange which has resulted in severe casualties. This leads her to the city of Arcadia, where Ghost is doing an investigation of her own.
JLA/Witchblade 2000 Image Comics The Justice League gets help from a certain NYPD homicide detective with a supernatural surprise.
Spyboy/Young Justice #1-3 2002 Dark Horse Comics The team gets some help from an unexpected ally working for a secret organization.
Superman & Savage Dragon: Chicago 2002 Image Comics The streets of Chicago are never the same as the Man of Steel meets the Savage Dragon. Superman & Savage Dragon: Metropolis
JLA/Avengers 2003 Marvel Comics Krona, an exiled Oan, travels across the Multiverse and destroys universes, seeking the truth of creation. When he arrives in the Marvel Universe, the Grandmaster, wanting to save his universe, proposes that they play a game. JLA/Avengers #1 and 3, Avengers/JLA #2 and 4
Batman/Danger Girl 2004 IDW Publishing The all-female espionage network teams up with the Bat from Gotham to thwart an international criminal conspiracy.
JLA/Cyberforce 2005 Image Comics The Cyberforce is fighting a hoard of cyber-zombies that have invaded Budapest. The zombies' invasion soon prompts the Justice League to intervene.
Tiny Titans/Little Archie #1-3 2010 Archie Comics
JLA/The 99 #1-6 2010 Teshkeel Comics A worldwide threat forces the members of the 99 and the Justice League to work together in order to save the planet.
DC/Star Trek 2010–2017 IDW Publishing
  • Star Trek/Legion of Super-Heroes #1-6 (2010): The Legion of Super-Heroes must aid the Federation against an emerging threat.
  • Star Trek/Green Lantern
    • The Spectrum War #1-6 (2015): The Federation arrives in the DC Universe to repay a favor and help the Green Lantern Corps face down a new threat.
    • Stranger Worlds #1-6 (2016-2017): The follow-up of The Spectrum War, Captain Kirk and Hal Jordan lead the combined might of Starfleet and the Green Lantern Corps.
The Rocketeer/The Spirit: Pulp Friction #1-4 2013 IDW Publishing The hero of the '50s must aid the champion of the pulps when their city is threatened by new arrivals.
Batman '66 Meets... 2013–2018 Dynamite Entertainment Millennium Publications Boom! Studios Archie Comics
  • Batman '66 Meets the Green Hornet #1-6 (2013): The Green Hornet and Kato team up with the Caped Crusaders.
  • Batman '66 Meets the Man from U.N.C.L.E. #1-6 (2016)
  • Batman '66 Meets Steed and Mrs. Peel #1-6 (2016)
  • Batman '66 Meets Wonder Woman '77 #1-6
  • Batman '66 Meets the Legion of Super-Heroes #1
  • Archie Meets Batman '66 #1-6 (2018)
Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1-6 2015–2016 IDW Publishing
  • Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II #1-6
  • Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III #1-6
Constantine: Lost Guard of Azkaban 2016 Pottermore Ltd. A Comic-Con 2016 DC panel VIP exclusive short comic illustrated to market the release of the film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, along with the announcement of the Justice League Dark animated film's trailer, with the film set for release the next year. Constantine is sought out by Batman, as a mysterious caped entity is leaving the citizens of Gotham City in a vegetative state, with Batman describing the victims as "having lost their soul". The caped figure is later identified to be a rogue Dementor that had been wandering the American continent since the late 1920's. Batman and Constantine are unable to combat the Dementor, until an unnamed wizard comes to their aid with a Patronus Charm. The wizard is revealed to be an Auror, working for the Ministry of Magic, tasked with capturing rogue Dementors in the muggle world.

This comic was never published for sale due to licensing rights limitations held by Warner Bros. Pictures and Scholastic Press.

DC Meets Hanna-Barbera 2017–2019 Hanna-Barbera
  • DC/Flintstones
    • Booster Gold/The Flintstones
      • Booster Gold/The Flintstones #1 (2017)
  • DC/The Banana Splits
    • Suicide Squad/Banana Splits
      • Suicide Squad/Banana Splits #1 (2017)
  • DC/Future Quest
    • Adam Strange/Future Quest
      • Adam Strange/Future Quest #1 (2017)
  • DC/Space Ghost
    • Green Lantern/Space Ghost
      • Grenn Lantern/Space Ghost #1 (2017)
  • DC/Speed Buggy
    • The Flash/Speed Buggy
      • The Flash/Speed Buggy #1 (2018)
  • DC/Dynomutt
    • Super Sons/Dynomutt
      • Super Sons/Dynomutt #1 (2018)
  • DC/Jabberjaw
    • Aquaman/Jabberjaw
      • Aquaman/Jabberjaw #1 (2018)
  • DC/Yogi Bear
    • Deathstroke/Yogi Bear
      • Deathstroke/Yogi Bear #1 (2018)
  • DC/Huckleberry Hound
    • Green Lantern/Huckleberry Hound
      • Green Lantern/Huckleberry Hound #1 (2018)
  • DC/Magilla Gorilla
    • Nightwing/Magilla Gorilla
      • Nightwing/Magilla Gorilla #1 (2018)
  • DC/Top Cat
    • Superman/Top Cat
      • Superman/Top Cat #1 (2018)
  • DC/Hong Kong Phooey
    • Black Lightning/Hong Kong Phooey
      • Black Lightning/Hong Kong Phooey #1 (2018)
Justice League/Monica's Gang 2018–2019 Estúdios Mauricio de Sousa
  • DC/Monica
    • Green Lantern/Monica
      • Green Lantern/Monica #4 (2018)
  • DC/Jimmy Five
    • Batman/Jimmy Five
      • Batman/Jimmy Five #4 (2018)
  • DC/Smudge
    • Aquaman/Smudge
      • Aquaman/Smudge #4 (2018)
  • DC/Chuck Billy
    • Superman and Wonder Woman/Chuck Billy
      • Superman and Wonder Woman/Chuck Billy #4 (2018)
  • DC/Maggy
    • Maggy/The Flash
      • Maggy/The Flash #4 (2018)
  • DC/Monica's Gang
    • Justice League/Monica's Gang
      • Justice League/Monica's Gang #4 (2018)
  • DC/Monica Adventures
    • Justice League/Monica Adventures
      • Justice League/Monica Adventures #25-26 (2018-2019)
  • teen titans/Monica adventures (2020) magazine post
Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy #1-6 2016 Boom! Studios
Wonder Woman '77 Meets the Bionic Woman #1-6 2016 Dynamite Entertainment Wonder Woman and the Bionic Woman are called upon by the U.S. government to help against a new threat.
Justice League/Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #1-6 2017 Boom! Studios
Planet of the Apes/Green Lantern #1-6 2017 Boom! Studios Cornelius joins the Green Lantern Corps.
Wonder Woman/Conan #1-6 2017 Dark Horse Comics
Harley & Ivy Meet Betty & Veronica #1-6 2017 Archie Comics
Black Hammer/Justice League: Hammer of Justice 2019 Dark Horse Comics
Dylan Dog/Batman[3][4][5] 2019 Sergio Bonelli Editore


  1. ^ The Flash #123
  2. ^ The Flash #137
  3. ^ Justice League of America #21-22
  4. ^ Justice League of America #29
  5. ^ Hawkman #4 - "The Girl Who Split in Two!", Detective Comics #336 - "Batman's Bewitched Nightmare", The Atom #19 - "World of the Magic Atom", Green Lantern (vol. 2) #42 - "The Other Side of The World!", Detective Comics #355 - "The Tantalizing Troubles of the Tripod Thieves", Justice League of America #51 - "Z -- As in Zatanna-- and Zero Hour!", and DC Special Blue Ribbon Digest #5 - "The Secret Spell" Between Hawkman, Detective Comics, The Atom, Green Lantern (vol. 2), Detective Comics and Justice League of America
  6. ^ Green Lantern #40
  7. ^ Green Lantern/Green Arrow #85 - "Snowbirds Don't Fly; The Strange Trial of Green Lantern!", Green Lantern/Green Arrow #86 - "They Say It'll Kill Me... But They Won't Say When"
  8. ^ All-Star Squadron #14 - "The "Mystery Men" of October!", Justice League of America #207 - "Crisis Times Three!", All-Star Squadron #15 - "Master of Worlds and Time! / Fate is the Killer", Justice League of America #208 - "The Bomb-Blast Heard 'Round the World!", Justice League of America #209 - "Let Old Acquaintances Be Forgot..."
  9. ^ Superman #423; Action Comics #583
  10. ^ Action Comics #560, 564; All-Star Squadron #40, 50-60; Amethyst #2, 13; Batman #384, 389-391; Batman and the Outsiders #14-15; Blue Devil #5, 17-19; DC Comics Presents #76, 78, 86–88, 94-95; Detective Comics #551, 555-558; The Flash #338-339; The Fury of Firestorm the Nuclear Man #28, 41-42; G.I. Combat #274-275; Green Lantern #173, 176, 178, 194-198; Infinity Inc. #8, 18–25, Annual #1; Jonah Hex #90; Justice League of America #232, 234, 244–245, Annual #3; The New Teen Titans #13-15, #21, Annual #2; The Saga of the Swamp Thing (vol. 2) #30-31; Superman #402-403, 413-415; Tales of the Legion of Super-Heroes #317, 319-320; Tales of the Teen Titans #47, 58; Vigilante #14, 22; Warlord #91, 97; Wonder Woman #321, 323, 327-329; World's Finest Comics #311, 314; The Legend of Wonder Woman #1-4; Legion of Super-Heroes #13-18, Annual #1; The Losers Special #1; The Omega Men #26, 31-33; Swamp Thing (vol. 2) #39-46; Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew! in The Oz-Wonderland War #3; Legends of the DCU: Crisis on Infinite Earths #1; Crisis on Infinite Earths #1-12; DCU: Legacies #5-6; Deadman: Dead Again #1; JLA: Incarnations #5; Comics Values Monthly #95
  11. ^ Invasion #1-3; The Adventures of Superman #449-450; Animal Man #6-7; Blasters Special #1; Captain Atom #24-25; Checkmate #11-12; Daily Planet #1; Detective Comics #595; Doom Patrol #17-18; Firestorm the Nuclear Man #80-81; The Flash (vol. 2) #21-22; Invasion Special: Daily Planet #1; Justice League International #22-23; L.E.G.I.O.N. '89 #1; Manhunter #8-9; The New Guardians #6-7; Power of the Atom #7-8; The Spectre #23; Starman #5-6; Suicide Squad #23; Superman #26-27; Swamp Thing (vol. 2) #80-81; Wonder Woman (vol. 2) #25-26
  12. ^ Batman #440 - "A Lonely Place of Dying Part 1: Suspects", The New Titans #60 - "A Lonely Place of Dying Part 2", Batman #441 - "A Lonely Place of Dying Chapter Three: Parallel Lines!", The New Titans #61 - "A Lonely Place of Dying Part 4", Batman #442 - "A Lonely Place of Dying: Reborn"
  13. ^ War of the Gods #1-4; Animal Man #40; Batman #470; Captain Atom #56-57; The Demon #17; Doctor Fate #32-33; The Flash (vol. 2) #55; Hawk and Dove #28; Hawkworld #15-16; Justice League America #55; Justice League Europe #31; L.E.G.I.O.N. '91 #31; The New Titans #81; Starman #38; Suicide Squad #58; Superman: The Man of Steel #3; Wonder Woman (vol. 2) #58-61
  14. ^ Action Comics #674 - "Prologue", Superman: The Man of Steel #9 - "First Strike", Superman (vol. 2) #65 - "Second Strike", The Adventures of Superman #488 - "Third Strike", Action Comics #675 - "Fourth Strike", Superman: The Man of Steel #10 - "Fifth Strike", Superman (vol. 2) #66 - "Final Strike", The Adventures of Superman #489 - "Epilogue" Action Comics #676 Superman: The Man of Steel#11 Superman (vol. 2) #67 The Adventures of Superman #490
  15. ^ Collected Edition - ISBN 978-1401263232
  16. ^ Superman: The Man of Steel #17-26; Superman (vol. 2) #73-83; The Adventures of Superman #496-505; Action Comics #683-691; Supergirl/Lex Luthor Special #1; Superman: The Legacy of Superman #1; Steel (vol. 2) Annual #2; Superman (vol. 2) Annual #5; Action Comics Annual #5; Batman and Superman: World's Finest #9; Justice League America #69-70; Green Lantern (vol. 3) #46
  17. ^ Batman #512 - "Prodigal Part 1: Robin and Batman", Batman: Shadow of the Bat #32 - "Falls Upon Prodigal: Part Two", Detective Comics #679 - "Prodigal Three : The Vermin Factor", Robin (vol. 2) #11 - Prodigal, "Part 4: Two in Every Crowd", Batman #513 - "Prodigal 5: Double Deuce", Batman: Shadow of the Bat #33 - "Falls Upon Prodigal: Part Six", Detective Comics #680 - "Prodigal Seven : A Twice-Told Tale", Robin #12 - "Prodigal, Part 8: Bullies", Batman #514 - "Prodigal 9: One Night in the War Zone", Batman: Shadow of the Bat #34 - "Falls Upon; Prodigal: Part Ten", Detective Comics #681 - "Prodigal Eleven: Knight Without Armor", Robin (vol. 2) #13 - "Prodigal, Conclusion: Wings Over Gotham", Nightwing: "Alfred's Return #1 - The Britannia Coup", Batman: "Prodigal #1 - Prodigal"
  18. ^ Action Comics #699 - "Eye of the Hurricane", Superman: The Man of Steel #34 - "War / The Call", The Adventures of Superman #513 - "Target: Cadmus", Action Comics #700 - "Swan Song", Superman (vol. 2) #90 - "Battle Ground Metropolis", Superman: The Man of Steel #35 - "Afterburn", The Adventures of Superman #514 - "Dangerous Visions", Action Comics #701 - "Final Conflict", Superman (vol. 2) #91 - "My Life!" Wonder Woman (vol. 2) #88
  19. ^ Justice League America #101 - "Pressure Cooker", Hawkman (vol. 3) #22 - "Storm Over Thanagar", Guy Gardner: Warrior #32 - "Give me a Space to Call My Own", Justice League America #102 - "Breakout!", Hawkman (vol. 3) #23 - "Essential Warfare", Guy Gardner: Warrior #33 - "Into the Valley of Death", Guy Gardner: Warrior #34 - "Deathrock: Justice is Coming!"
  20. ^ Underworld Unleashed #1-3; Underworld Unleashed: Abyss--Hell's Sentinel #1; Underworld Unleashed: Apokolips--Dark Uprising #1; Underworld Unleashed: Bathan Devil's Asylum #1; Underworld Unleashed: Patterns of Fear #1; The Adventures of Superman #530; Aquaman (vol. 5) #14; Azrael #10; Batman #525; Catwoman (vol. 2) #27; Damage #18-19; Detective Comics #691-692; Extreme Justice #10-11; Fate #13-14; The Flash (vol. 2) #107; Green Arrow (vol. 2) #102-103; Green Lantern (vol. 3) #68-69; Guy Gardner, Warrior #36-37; Hawkman (vol. 3) #26-27; Impulse #8-9; Justice League America #105-106; Justice League Task Force #30; Legion of Super-Heroes (vol. 4) #75; Legionnaires #32; Lobo #22; Manhunter #11-12; Primal Force #13-14; R.E.B.E.L.S. '95 #13-14; The Ray (vol. 2) #18-19; Robin (vol. 2) #23-24; Showcase '95 #12; The Spectre (vol 3) #35-36; Starman (vol. 2) #13; Steel (vol. 2) #2; Superboy (vol. 4) #20, #22; Superman: The Man of Tomorrow #3
  21. ^ The Flash (vol. 2) #108 - "Dead Heat, First Lap: Flatfooted", Impulse #10 - "Dead Heat, Third Lap: Disaffected Youth", The Flash (vol. 2) #109 - "Dead Heat Part 2 of 6", Impulse #11 - "Dead Heat, Fifth Lap: Breaking the Barrier", The Flash (vol. 2) #110 - "Dead Heat Part 4 of 6", The Flash (vol. 2) #111 - "Dead Heat: Finale"
  22. ^ Superman: The Man of Steel #78; Aquaman (vol. 5) #43; Challengers of the Unknown (vol. 3) #15; Superman (vol. 2) #134; Supergirl (vol. 4) #20; Teen Titans (vol. 2) #19; The Adventures of Superman #557; Steel (vol. 2) #50; Action Comics #744; Superman: The Man of Steel #79; Superman (vol. 2) #135; Team Superman Secret Files and Origins #1; Superman Forever #1
  23. ^ The Flash (vol. 2) #145 - "Chain Lightning Chapter One: The Gathering Storm", The Flash (vol. 2) #146 - "Chain Lightning Chapter Two: Time Like a River", Impulse #46 - "When Barry Met Bart", The Flash (vol. 2) #147 - "Chain Lightning Chapter Three: Shooting the Rapids", The Flash (vol. 2) #148 - "Chain Lightning Chapter Four: Undertow", The Flash (vol. 2) #149 - "Chain Lightning Chapter Five: Whirlpool", The Flash (vol. 2) #150 - "Chain Lightning Finale: Finish Line"
  24. ^ Superboy (vol. 4) #70 - "The Evil Factory Part 1: Evil Factory!", Superboy (vol. 4) #71 - "The Evil Factory Part 2: Prisoners of the Project!", Superboy (vol. 4) #72 - "The Evil Factory Part 3: The Hex Files", Superboy (vol. 4) #73 - "The Evil Factory Part 4: Point of No Return!", Young Justice: Sins of Youth #1 - "Justice For All", Superboy (vol. 4) #74 - "The Evil Factory Part 5: Game, Set & Match!"
  25. ^ Young Justice #44 - "World Without Young Justice Part 1: The World What Once We Knew", Impulse #85 - "World Without Young Justice Part 2: Glimpses of You!", Robin (vol. 2) #101 - "World Without Young Justice Part 3: Redone by the Vandal(s) of Time", Superboy (vol. 4) #99 - "World Without Young Justice Part 4: Doomsboy", Young Justice #45 - "World Without Young Justice Part 5: Bang Bang Bedlam's Purple Hammer"
  26. ^ JSA #56-58; Hawkman (vol. 4) #23-25
  27. ^ Identity Crisis #1-7; The Adventures of Superman #636, 644; Firestorm (vol. 3) #6; The Flash (vol. 2) #214-217; JSA #67; Manhunter (vol. 3) #5; Teen Titans (vol. 3) #20-23; JLA #115-119; Green Arrow (vol. 3) #52, 54-57
  28. ^ Blood of the Demon #13-15; Brave New World #1; The All-New Atom #1-6; The Creeper (vol. 2) #1-6; Ion #1-12; Martian Manhunter (vol. 3) #1-8; OMAC #1-8; The Trials of Shazam! #1-12
  29. ^ Justice League Dark #6 - "Bloody Reunion", I, Vampire #6 - "This Charming Man", Justice League Dark #7 - "Red Blood, Dark Magic", I, Vampire #7 - "Blame it on Cain", Justice League Dark #8 - "The Leaving", I, Vampire #8 - "Cruel to be Kind"
  30. ^ Green Lantern (vol. 5) #17-20; Green Lantern Corps (vol. 3) #17-20; Green Lantern: New Guardians #17-20; Red Lanterns #17-20
  31. ^ Collected Edition - ISBN 978-1401246938
  32. ^ Animal Man (vol. 2) #12 - "Prologue, Part One", Swamp Thing (vol. 5) #12 - "Prologue, Part Two", Animal Man (vol. 2) #13 - "The Red Kingdom, Part One", Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E. #13 - "Secrets of the Dead: Victor's Spoils", Swamp Thing (vol. 5) #13 - "The Green Kingdom, Part One", Swamp Thing (vol. 5) Annual #1 - "The Hidden", Animal Man (vol. 5) #14 - "The Red Kingdom, Part Two", Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E. #14 - "Secrets of the Dead: Who's That Trip-Trapping Over My Bridge?", Swamp Thing (vol. 5) #14 - "The Green Kingdom, Part Two", Animal Man (vol. 2) #15 - "The Red Kingdom, Part Three", Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E. #15, Animal Man (vol. 2) #16-18, Swamp Thing (vol. 5) #16-18
  33. ^ The Savage Hawkman #13; Green Arrow (vol. 5) #14; Deathstroke (vol. 2) #14; The Savage Hawkman #14-16
  34. ^ Demon Knights #13-15; All-Star Western #13-16; Team 7 #1-4; Catwoman (vol. 4) #15-16; Sword of Sorcery #6-8
  35. ^ Superman (vol. 3) #23.3 - To He'l and Back, Action Comics Annual #2 Krypton Returns, Part 1, Superboy (vol. 6) #25 - Krypton Returns, Part 2: Beware the Eradicator!, Supergirl (vol. 6) #25 - Krypton Returns, Part 3: Kara's Last Stand Against the Clones!, Superman (vol. 3) #25 - Krypton Returns, Part 4: My Enemy, My Father?
  36. ^ Detective Comics #18; Batman and Robin (vol. 2) #18, Batman (vol. 3) #18; Batgirl (vol. 4) #18; Catwoman (vol. 4) #18; Nightwing (vol. 3) #18; Red Hood and the Outlaws #18; Batman Incorporated #6-9; Teen Titans (vol. 4) #18; Worlds' Finest #10
  37. ^ Superman (vol. 3) #18-24, Annual #2; Action Comics (vol. 2) #24; Superboy (vol. 6) #22-24
  38. ^ Green Lantern (vol. 5) #24; Green Lantern Corps (vol. 3) #24; Green Lantern: New Guardians #24, Red Lanterns #24, Green Lantern (vol. 5) Annual #2
  39. ^ Supergirl (vol. 6) #26-29; Green Lantern (vol. 5) #28; Red Lanterns #28-29; Supergirl (vol. 6) #30; Red Lanterns #30; Supergirl (vol. 6) #31; Red Lanterns #31-32; Supergirl (vol. 6) #32-33; Red Lanterns #33; Red Lanterns Annual #1; Red Lanterns #34
  40. ^ Batgirl #27 - "A Healing Curse"; Catwoman (vol. 4) #27 - "Happiness is a Cold Gun"; Detective Comics (vol. 2) #27 - "Gothtopia, Part 1 of 3: The Perfect Crime"; Batwing #27 - "Not All That Glitters"; Birds of Prey (vol. 3) #27, Detective Comics (vol. 2) #28 - "Gothtopia, Part 2 of 3: The Maddening Crowd"; Birds of Prey (vol. 3) #28 - "The Wings of Truth!"; Catwoman (vol. 4) #28 - The Way of the Cat"; Batwing #28 - "Master Torres Was Right"; Detective Comics (vol. 2) #29 - "Gothtopia, Part 3 of 3: The Truth and Nothing But"
  41. ^ Worlds' Finest #19-21, Annual #1; Batman/Superman #8-9
  42. ^ Green Lantern (vol. 5) #31 - Uprising Part 1: Battle of Wills", Green Lantern Corps (vol. 3) #31 - "Uprising Part 2: Prison Break", Green Lantern (vol. 5) #32 - "Uprising Part 3: Sea Change", Green Lantern Corps (vol. 3) #32 - "Uprising Part 4: Insidious!", Green Lantern (vol. 5) #33 - "Uprising Part 5: Last Stand of the Lanterns", Green Lantern Corps (vol. 3) #33 - "Uprising Part 6: Fatale"
  43. ^ Batman (vol. 2) #35-40, Annual #3; Detective Comics: Endgame #1; Batgirl: Endgame #1; Arkham Manor: Endgame #1; Gotham Academy: Endgame #1
  44. ^ Green Lantern/New Gods: Godhead #1; Green Lantern (vol. 5) #35-37, Annual #3; Green Lantern Corps (vol. 3) #35-37; Green Lantern: New Guardians #35-37; Infinity Man and the Forever People #4-6; Red Lanterns #35-37; Sinestro #6-8
  45. ^ Divergence FCBD Special Edition #1 - "The Rookie; Exposed; Darkseid War, Prologue Two: The Other Amazon", Superman/Wonder Woman #18 - "Dark Truth", Batman/Superman #21 - "Truth Hurts Part One", Superman (vol. 3) #41 - "Before Truth, Part 1", Action Comics (vol. 2) #41 - "Hard Truth Part One", Batman/Superman #22 - "Truth Hurts Part Two", Superman/Wonder Woman #19 - "Dark Truth Part Two", Action Comics (vol. 2) #42 - "Hard Truth Part Two", Superman (vol. 3) #42 - "Before Truth Part 2", Superman/Wonder Woman #20 - "Dark Truth Part Three: A Matter of Trust", Batman/Superman #23 - "Truth Hurts Part Three", Action Comics (vol. 2) #43 - "Hard Truth Part Three", Superman (vol. 3) #43 - "Before Truth Part 3", Superman/Wonder Woman #21 - "Dark Truth Part Four: Truth Hits Everybody", Batman/Superman #24 - "Truth Hurts Part Four", Action Comics (vol. 2) #44 - "Hard Truth Part Four", Superman (vol. 3) #44 - "Before Truth Part 4", Superman/Wonder Woman #22 - "Heart of the Sun", Batman/Superman #25 - "Savage Hunt Part 1", Action Comics (vol. 2) #45 - "Blind Justice Part One", Superman (vol. 3) #45 - "Street Justice", Superman/Wonder Woman #23 - "Ravenous", Batman/Superman #26 - "Teamwork", Superman (vol. 3) #46 - "Knocked Out!", Action Comics (vol. 2) #46 - "Blind Justice Part Two: Into the Shadows", Superman/Wonder Woman #24 - "Power Hungry", Batman/Superman #27 - "Trust", Action Comics (vol. 2) #47 - "Blind Justice Part Three: Consumed", Superman (vol. 3) #47 - "Infiltrated"
  46. ^ Justice League (vol. 2) #40 - "Darkseid War Prologue", Justice League (vol. 2) #41 - "Darkseid War Chapter One: God vs. Man", Justice League (vol. 2) #42 - "Darkseid War Chapter Two: The New God", Justice League (vol. 2) #43 - "Darkseid War Chapter Three: Taken", Justice League (vol. 2) #44 - "Darkseid War Chapter Four: The Death of Darkseid", Justice League: Darkseid War - Batman #1 - "God Only Knows", Justice League (vol. 2) #45 - "Darkseid War Act Two: After Death Chapter 1", Justice League: Darkseid War -Flash #1, Justice League: Darkseid War - Superman #1 - "God of Steel", Justice League: Darkseid War - Green Lantern #1 - "Will You Be My God?", Justice League: Darkseid War - Shazam #1 - "Mightiest", Justice League: Darkseid War - Lex Luthor #1 - "The Omega Judgment", Justice League (vol. 2) #46 - "Darkseid War Act Two: After Death Chapter 2", Justice League (vol. 2) #47 - "Darkseid War Act Three: Gods of Justice Chapter 1", Justice League #48 - "Darkseid War Act Three: Gods of Justice Chapter 2 - Crime Pays", Justice League: Darkseid War Special #1 - "Darkseid War: The Darkness Within", Justice League (vol. 2) #49 - "Darkseid War Chapter 9: Power Mad", Justice League (vol. 2) #50 - "Darkseid War Conclusion: Death and Rebirth"
  47. ^ Detective Comics (vol. 2) #47; Grayson #15; Robin: Son of Batman #7; We Are Robin #7; Robin War #1-2; Gotham Academy #13; Red Hood/Arsenal #7; Teen Titans (vol. 5) #15
  48. ^ Superman (vol. 3) Annual #3 - "Savage Dawn", Superman/Wonder Woman #25 - "A God Somewhere", Action Comics (vol. 2) #48 - "Savage Dawn: Assault", Superman (vol. 3) #48 - "Treatment", Superman/Wonder Woman #26 - "Skyfall", Action Comics (vol. 2) #49 - "Savage Dawn: Immortal Combat", Superman (vol. 3) #49 - "Sacrifice", Superman/Wonder Woman #27 - "Slam Bang", Action Comics (vol. 2) #50 - "Resurrection", Superman (vol. 3) #50 - "What Could Have Been, What Can Still Be, And What Is"
  49. ^ Action Comics (vol. 2) #51-52; Superman (vol. 3) #51-52; Superman/Wonder Woman #28-29; Batman/Superman #31-32
  50. ^ Batman (vol. 3) #7-8; Nightwing (vol. 4) #5-6; Detective Comics #941-942
  51. ^ Justice League vs. Suicide Squad #1-6; Justice League (vol. 3) #12-13; Suicide Squad (vol. 5) #8-10
  52. ^ Superman (vol. 4) #18-19; Action Comics #975-978; Supergirl (vol. 7) #8; Superwoman #8-9; Trinity (vol. 2) #9
  53. ^ Batman (vol. 3) #21-22 and The Flash (vol. 5) #21-22
  54. ^ Titans (vol. 3) #11; Teen Titans (vol. 6) #8; Deathstroke (vol. 4) #19-20; Teen Titans: The Lazarus Contract Special #1
  55. ^ Dark Days: The Forge #1; Dark Days: The Casting #1; Dark Nights: Metal #1-6; Batman: The Red Death #1; Batman: The Murder Machine #1; Batman: The Dawnbreaker #1; Batman: The Drowned #1; Batman: The Merciless #1; Batman: The Devastator #1; The Batman Who Laughs #1; Batman: Lost #1; Hawkman: Found #1; Dark Knights Rising: The Wild Hunt #1; Gotham Resistance; Bats Out of Hell
  56. ^ Teen Titans (vol. 6) #12; Nightwing (vol. 4) #29; Suicide Squad (vol. 5) #26; Green Arrow (vol. 6) #32
  57. ^ The Flash (vol. 5) #33; Hal Jordan and the Green Lanterns #32; Justice League (vol. 3) #32-33
  58. ^ Curse of Brimstone #1-; Damage (vol. 2) #1-; Immortal Men #1-6; New Challengers #1-6; Sideways #1-; Silencer #1-; The Terrifics #1-; Unexpected #1-
  59. ^ DC Nation #0; Green Arrow (vol. 6) Annual #2; Justice League: No Justice #1-4
  60. ^ Doomsday Clock #1-12
  61. ^ Superman (vol. 4) #37-38; Super Sons #11-12; Teen Titans (vol. 6) #15
  62. ^ JLA/Doom Patrol Special #1; Mother Panic/Batman Special #1; Shade, the Changing Girl/Wonder Woman Special #1; Cave Carson Has A Cybernetic Eye/Swamp Thing Special #1; Doom Patrol/JLA Special #1
  63. ^ Storyline contained in Suicide Squad (vol. 5) #45-46 and Aquaman (vol. 8) #39-40
  64. ^ Heroes in Crisis #1-9; Batman (vol. 3) #64-65; The Flash (vol. 5) #64-65
  65. ^ Wonder Woman and Justice League Dark: The Witching Hour #1; Wonder Woman #56-57; Justice League Dark (vol. 2) #4; Justice League Dark and Wonder Woman: The Witching Hour #1
  66. ^ Justice League (vol. 3) #10-12; Aquaman (vol. 8) #41-42; Titans (vol. 3) #28; Justice League/Aquaman: Drowned Earth #1; Aquaman/Justice League: Drowned Earth #1
  67. ^ Action Comics #1007-1011; Superman: Leviathan Rising Special #1; Year of the Villain Special #1
  68. ^ Deathstroke (vol. 4) #41-43; Teen Titans (vol. 6) #28-30
  69. ^ Year of the Villain Special #1
  70. ^ Event Leviathan #1-6; Action Comics #1012-1014; Supergirl (vol. 7) #34-35; Wonder Woman Annual 2019
  71. ^ Batman (vol. 3) #69-85; Batman: Secret Files and Origins #2