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DC Comics Announces DC Connect #2

DC Connect #2

The second issue of DC Connect, your guide to what’s coming from DC each month, is now available, to be shared with friends and fans!

DC Connect #2 is a downloadable, easily shared catalog that features information for DC’s comics, original graphic novels, collected editions, and collectibles—and that’s just the start!


DC Connect #2 includes solicitation information for the landmark Detective Comics #1027, Batman: The Joker War Zone #1, multiple new Dark Nights: Death Metal one-shots, the first DC Hill House Comics collections, and much more!

Detective Comics #1027, a 144-page celebration of the thousand comics published since Batman’s first appearance in Detective Comics #27, will feature stories by Greg Rucka/Eduardo Risso, Grant Morrison/Chris Burnham, Tom King/Walt Simonson, James Tynion IV/Riley Rossmo, Peter J. Tomasi/Brad Walker, Dan Jurgens, Marv Wolfman/Emanuela Lupacchino and Bill Sienkiewicz, Brian Michael Bendis/David Marquez, Mariko Tamaki/Dan Mora, Scott Snyder/Ivan Reis, Kelly Sue DeConnick/John Romita Jr and Klaus Janson, and Matt Fraction/Chip Zdarsky. Detective Comics #1027 will be published on September 15.

Batman: The Joker War Zone #1, a 48-page one-shot anthology comic with stories by James Tynion IV, John Ridley, Guillem March, James Stokoe, Joshua Williamson, David Lafuente, and more, will be published on September 29 with a cover by Ben Oliver and a card stock variant cover by Derrick Chew.

Plus, in DC Connect #2 you’ll find an interview with Tom Taylor on Hellblazer: Rise and Fall, a look at the shocking death of Deadshot in Suicide Squad #9, and more behind-the-scenes features.

DC Connect gives you the inside track on all things DC! Click here to start reading.

Feel free to use the checklist to connect with your local comic shop—let them know what you’re looking forward to picking up!


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