28 Revealed DC Comics Variants from Jim Lee to Frank Cho to Joshua Middleton to Francesco Mattina

Check out these upcoming DC Comics covers for May and June 2018 shipping titles. As ever, you may have seen some of them – but you won't have seen most of them…

Ever since DC Rebirth began, DC Comics has been running variant covers for all their ongoing series, monthly and twice-monthly, with a regular variant artist for each title. However, they rarely run the variant covers with the initial solicitation or the second standard cover for twice-monthly comics. This is where Bleeding Cool comes in, hoovering them up every month and presenting them to the viewing public for your delectation and pull-list planning purposes.

Okay, so which of these covers might move the needle as to which comics you may or may not pick up next month? Judge those books by their covers and tweet/Facebook/Reddit out your favourites. Link back if you feel like it… and check out those Heroes in Crisis covers here — and how rare they will be.

Time to dive deep!

Superman #3 by Adam Hughes.

Superman #3 by David Mack.

Teen Titans #22 by Alex Garner

Titans #25 by Jonboy Meyers

Wonder Woman #54 by Jenny Frison

Justice League Dark #3 by Greg Capullo and Jonathan Glapion

Justice League Dark #4 by Greg Capullo and Jonathan Glapion

Batman #57 by Tony S Daniel.

Flash #57 by Dan Mora.

Harley Quinn #51 by Julian Totino Todesco

Justice League Odyssey #2 by Terry and Rachel Dodson.

Nightwing #51 by Howard Porter.

Red Hood and the Outlaws #27 by Yasmine Putri.

Batman Damned #1 by Jim Lee.

Suicide Squad #46 by Francesco Mattina.

Aquaman #40 by Joshua Middleton.

Batman #55 by Francesco Mattina.

Detective Comics #988 by Stephen Segovia.

Green Lanterns #55 by Mike Perkins.

Green Lanterns #55 by Chris Stevens.

Harley Quinn #50 by Frank Cho.

Hawkman #4 by Dale Keown.

Justice League #8 by Mikel Janin.

Nightwing #49 by Mike Perkins.

Nightwing #49 by Danny Miki and John Romita.

Supergirl #22 by Amanda Conner

Scooby Apocalypse #29 by Patrick Gleason.

Scooby Apocalypse #30 by James Harren.

About Rich Johnston

Head writer and founder of Bleeding Cool. The longest-serving digital news reporter in the world. Living in London, father of two. Political cartoonist.

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