After Future Conditions: All New DC Comics Series Confirmed in 2021

DC is preparing for Future State, a two-month crossover that reveals the state of the DCU 10 years from now, but publishers also have ambitious plans for what’s next. I’m standing. Starting in March 2021, DC will launch a number of new ongoing series, welcoming new creative teams with existing titles. The goal is to provide readers with a new jump point in the aftermath of Dark Nights: Death Metal and Future State, even if DC hasn’t restarted its continuity this time. DC’s March 2021 restart The full range is still clear, but some of these books have just been published at CCXP in Brazil. Keep reading to see all the new comics and creative teams published so far, and keep checking for more announcements.

After Future Conditions: All New DC Comics Series Confirmed in 2021

Swamp thing

Creative team: Lamb V & Mike Perkins

DC finally offers Swamp Thing his own monthly series again. This is the first character since the end of the new 52 Swamp Thing comics in 2015. The new series pairs Justice League dark writer Lamb V and Lois Lane artist Mike Perkins. Little is known about the plots in the series, but Swamp Thing # 1’s cover art shows what looks like Swamp Thing emerged from Alec Holland’s body, with the two DCs as separate characters. You may want to establish it again.

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Justice League Dark

Creative team: Lamb V & Zelmanico

DC also confirmed that the monthly Justice League Dark Series will continue after the Future State, with Ram V as a writer and Injustice’s Xermanico as an artist. It’s unclear whether the series will continue to renumber the current ones or resume with a new # 1 issue, and it’s still unclear how much the team roster will change.

Wonder woman

Creative team: Becky Krunan, Michael W. Conrad, Travis Moore

The monthly Wonder Woman series will continue with their current numbers, but the series will welcome new creative teams as of March Wonder Woman # 770. Becky Cloonan (Punisher) and Michael W. Conrad (Doom Patrol: Weight of the World) will write the series, and Travis Moore (Nightwing) will draw the first story arc. The art seen above suggests a more ensemble-focused approach to the series. Interestingly, both Yara Flor and Nubia appear to remain active in the franchise’s post-future state. This is the clearest sign that this crossover has a permanent impact on the DCU.

Teen Titans Academy

Creative team: Tim Sheridan & Rafa Sandoval

Future Status: Teen Titans writer Tim Sheridan and artist Rapha Sandoval are sticking to the franchise in March as they are at the forefront of a new ongoing series called the Teen Titans Academy. The title suggests that the series explores the origins of Titan’s superhero school, which emerged in the era of future states. Red X in Future State: I’d like to see if the Teen Titans comic debut is coming to this new series.

New green lantern

Creative team: Jeffrey Thorne & Tom Lanny

Grant Morrison and Liam Sharp will end their run on Green Lantern in March, and DC will debut at least one new GL book instead. Future State: Green Lantern Jeffrey Thorne and Tom Lanny meet again for the new Green Lantern. The Future State series emphasizes Jon Stewart, who rallying his army after the Central Powers’ battery runs out, but it’s not yet clear which character will be the headline for the series.

Suicide squad

Creative team: Robby Thompson & Eduardo Pansika

With the upcoming new movie, it’s no wonder DC resumes its monthly Suicide Squad series in March. The new series will be hosted by Supernatural Robby Thompson and Green Lantern artist Eduardo Pansika. Both the title of the series and the emphasis on the cover Peacemaker (played in the movie John Cena and the day before HBO Max series). If that cover goes by, the team roster can be quite different from the recent incarnations of DCU, even Harley Quinn saying goodbye and creating a place for newcomers like Talon and Shreik. ..

Detective comics

Creative team: Mariko Tamaki & Dan Mora

Detective Comics will feature a new creative team starting in March issue # 1034 as Mariko Tamaki (Wonder Woman) and Dan Mora (Once & Future) make their debut in a long-term series. Both creators are deeply involved in FutureState, so you’ll get an early understanding of what the series holds in January and February. Tamaki is also famous for being the second woman to write the core monthly Batman comics, following Devin Grayson.

Batman / Superman

Creative team: Gene Luen Yang & Ivan Wraith

The team-up series Batman / Superman will continue after Future State, with superman veterans Gene Luen Yang (Superman crushing the clan) and Ivan Reis (Superman) joining the series.

Harley Quinn

Creative team: Stephanie Phillips & Riley Rosmo

Creative Team: The latest Harley Quinn series just ended in the 75th issue of August, and it’s no surprise to see DC reopening the title after a future state. Harley Quinn’s new volume is written by Stephanie Phillips of Future State: Harley Quinn, using the art of Riley Rosmo (Martian Manhunter). Again, this suggests that future conditions will have a direct impact on Harley’s new status quo in 2021.


Creative team: James Tinion IV & Jorge Jimenez

DC hasn’t officially revealed what the flagship Batman title will be after Future State, but current writer James Tinion IV has previously planned a long-term plan for the book in the aftermath of the recent Joker War crossover. I hinted that there is. Tynion recently confirmed to that Joker War artist Jorge Jimenez is back in the series. It’s not yet clear if DC will continue to publish Batman on a twice-monthly schedule or revert to the traditional lunar format. But in any case, the aftermath of the Joker War fed Tinion and other bat writers a lot in 2021.

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