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DC Comics March 2021 Solicitations Frankensteined

We have taken a few of the already posted solicitations for DC Comics titles coming from March 2021 and Frankensteined them together ahead of tomorrow's big releases. There is no sign yet of whatever the DC Omniverse Special #1 written by Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, Josh Williamson, Brian Bendis, Geoff Johns and more will actually be. Could it be Infinite Frontier #1? But we are crossing our fingers – and presume it will be out for the 2nd of March, 2021. But what else?

Phillip Kennedy Johnson, the New Writer of Superman and Action Comics

Superman #29
Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson
Art by Phil Hester
"The Golden Age" part one, Jonathan Kent is back from the 31st Century and fighting cosmic threats alongside his legendary father. But when an interdimensional breach opens near Earth, Jon recognizes the creatures that emerge: the cosmic leviathans that the Legion of Superheroes credit with the DEATH OF SUPERMAN!

Phillip Kennedy Johnson, the New Writer of Superman and Action Comics

And in the new backup series "Tales of Metropolis" story follows Jimmy Olsen on a quest to meet of some of the city's more colorful denizens, beginning with Bibbo Bibbowski! On sale 2nd March.

DC To Publish Ongoing Crime Syndicate Comic From March 2021

Crime Syndicate #1 (of 6)
Written by Andy Schmidt
Drawn by Kieran McKeown
Cover by Jim Cheung, variant cover by Skan.
Spinning out of Dark Nights: Death Metal, the DC Multiverse is reborn, and with it a new Earth-3!
What if the Justice League decided to rule the world instead of protecting it? A paranoid titan (Ultraman), a narcissist (Super Woman), a nihilist (Owlman), a broken moral compass (Power Ring/Emerald Knight), a sociopath (Johnny Quick) and a sadist (Atomica). Does the world stand a chance?l backup story drawn by superstar artist Bryan Hitch! On sale 2nd March 2021

DC Comics March 2021 Solicitations Frankensteined

The Suicide Squad #1
Written by Robbie Thompson
Pencilled by Eduardo Pansica
Inked by Júlio Ferreira
Coloured by Marcelo Maiolo.

This series starts off with a bang, as Waller sends Peacemaker and Task Force X to recruit its next member – Talon, the master assassin from the Court of Owls. Meanwhile, she has her own hands full as she tries to recruit – Superboy? On sale March 2, 2021.

DC Comics March 2021 Solicitations Frankensteined

Swamp Thing #1 (of 10)
Written by Ram V
Art by  Mike Perkins
On sale March 2, 2021.

Stephanie Phillips, Meghan Hetrick Launch Sensational Wonder Woman #1

Sensational Wonder Woman #1
Written by Stephanie Phillips
Art by Meghan Hetrick
Cover by Yasmine Putri, variant cover by EJIKURE.
Diana against the evil Doctor Psycho. During a battle with the villain, Wonder Woman sacrifices herself to stop him, the impact from his psychic blast trapping her in an alternate reality. With the help of guest-star Hawkgirl, Diana must remember who she is before it's too late. On sale March 2, 2021.

DC Comics March 2021 Solicitations Frankensteined
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Wonder Woman #770
Written by Becky Cloonan, Michael W. Conrad
Art by Travis Moore
In this new story arc, Diana has to endure endless fighting – and partying(?) – as she tries to figure out why she's in Valhalla, and why nobody seems surprised that she's there. On sale March 9, 2021.

Yet More DC Comics Anthologies - Superman: Red & Blue

Yet More DC Comics Anthologies - Superman: Red & Blue
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Superman: Red & Blue #1 (of 6),
Written by Marguerite Bennett, Wes Craig, Dani, Brandon Easton, Clayton Henry, Steve Lieber, John Ridley, Jill Thompson and Dan Watters
Cover by Gary Frank and variant covers by Lee Bermejo and Yoshitaka Amano.
Academy Award-winning writer of DC Future State: The Next Batman John Ridley joins artist Clayton Henry (Batman/Superman) to tell a story of Clark Kent as he confronts a villain who still haunts him, in a story that shows what Superman can mean to a whole country. Then, Brandon Easton (DC Future State's Mister Miracle) and Steve Lieber (Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen) take readers to the streets of Metropolis to show how one hero can mean so much to an individual in pain. Plus, writer/artist Wes Craig (Deadly Class) tells a tale of Superman's early days and the man who inspired him to become the hero he is today! And Marguerite Bennett (DC Future State: Kara Zor-El, Superwoman) and artist Jill Thompson (The Sandman, Black Orchid) give us a tale of teenage Clark Kent, while Dan Watters and Dani, the team behind Coffin Bound, bring us an outlandish fable about what happens when all colors are stolen! $5.99. Prestige Format binding. On sale March 9, 2021.

DC Joker/Punchline Series From DC
Credit: DC Comics

The Joker #1
Written by James Tynion IV, Sam Johns
Art by Guillem March, Mirka Andolfo
Covers by Guillem March, Frank Quitely, Francesco Mattina, Riccardo Federici and Mark Brooks.

DC Joker/Punchline Series From DC

After an unthinkable attack on Gotham City, the Clown Prince of Crime has become the most wanted man in the world! The Joker is doing his best to stay several steps ahead of law enforcement overseas, but Jim Gordon, facing retirement, realizes this is the last manhunt of his life and vows to track down Gotham's worst nemesis, completing his storied career. But there are some mysterious and deadly forces that are also on the hunt for The Joker, and they're not going to let Gordon slow them down or get in the way.

DC Joker/Punchline Series From DC
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Alexis Kaye, a.k.a. Punchline becomes the newest resident of Blackgate Penitentiary, while on the outside Harper Row resumes her role as Bluebird to prevent her brother from falling under the influence of Punchline and her beguiling brand of anarchy and chaos. $4.99. On sale March 9, 2021. 
DC Joker/Punchline Series From DC
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Batman Urban Legends #1
Written by Chip Zdarsky, Matthew Rosenberg, Stephanie Phillips, Brandon Thomas
Art by Eddy Barrows, Ryan Benjamin, Laura Braga, Max Dunbar
Batman may be the biggest name in Gotham City, but there are lots of other heroes—and villains—who will get a turn to shine in Batman: Urban Legends, a brand-new monthly anthology series highlighting the top talent and a mix of new voices making their mark on the city the Dark Knight calls home.

Harley Quinn Seeking Poison Ivy In Batman Urban Legends in March 2021
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The first six issues are anchored by a Batman/Red Hood thriller from writer Chip Zdarsky (Detective Comics #1027, Dark Nights: Death Metal Guidebook #1) and fan-favorite artist Eddy Barrows (Detective Comics, Freedom Fighters, Future State: Robin Eternal). Renegade vigilante Jason Todd, a.k.a. Red Hood is investigating a new and lethal drug sweeping through Gotham City. In the course of one night, this investigation will change his life forever – and put him in Batman's crosshairs.

Harley Quinn Seeking Poison Ivy In Batman Urban Legends in March 2021
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Future State: Grifters writer Matthew Rosenberg and artist Ryan Benjamin continue from the pages of Batman #101, as gun-for-hire Cole Cash is still in Gotham, on the trail of the true motives of the Halo Corporation…and yes, Batman and Grifter go head-to-head again!

Harley Quinn Seeking Poison Ivy In Batman Urban Legends in March 2021
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In a story set before the launch of the new ongoing Harley Quinn series, writer Stephanie Phillips and Future State: The Next Batman artist Laura Braga team up to help Harley sort out her complicated history with Poison Ivy – but first she'll have to find her! This debut issue also launches a three-part tale of the Outsiders, courtesy of Future State: Outsiders writer Brandon Thomas with art by Max Dunbar (Marvel's Champions, Dungeons and Dragons, Judge Dredd). This saga reunites team members Black Lightning, Katana and Metamorpho, but this reunion quickly turns into a confrontation with the appearance of a figure from Katana's past! $7.99, on sale March 16th from DC Comics.

Jeremy Adams and Brandon Peterson on Flash #768 in March 2021

Flash #768
Written by Jeremy Adams
Drawn by Brandon Peterson
Beginning with The Flash #768, after the events spanning from DC Universe: Rebirth to Heroes in Crisis to Dark Nights: Death Metal, the former Kid Flash decides to call it quits: family is more important to Wally West than a connection to the Speed Force. If you love the Flash, and want to hit the ground running for the redemption arc of DC's favorite speedster, The Flash #768 is the perfect jumping-on point! In the months following DC's Future State event, Barry will need his former partner more than ever. Will Barry let Wally walk away? Barry Allen and Wally West must confront the past by way of a Justice League led by Green Arrow. Ollie's the one person Wally hasn't talked to since Roy's death, so pick up The Flash starting in March 2021 and see the Flash Family decide who will carry the Scarlet Speedster legacy towards the future! Will it be Barry? Or Wally? Published on March 16th 2021

Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo On Nightwing #78 with Batgirl - Married?
Credit: DC Comics

Nightwing #78
Written by Tom Taylor
Cover and Art by Bruno Redondo
Blüdhaven has elected a new mayor with the last name Zucco, which can't be good for DC's first sidekick and former Robin—but is it good for Blüdhaven? When Nightwing enlists Batgirl's help in investigating the politician bearing the same name as the man who murdered his parents, she unearths details that will shock and fundamentally change the hero. And appearing in the first issue of Taylor and Redondo's new Nightwing comic is a potential new sidekick for Dick Grayson—a three-legged puppy that he shields from harm in Blüdhaven's alleys! Will Nightwing adopt this nameless mutt? And will she warm fan's hearts as fast as Nightwing kicks her tormentor's butts? Meet her for the first time on March 16th, 2021.

DC Comics March 2021 Solicitations Frankensteined
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Teen Titans Academy #1
Written by Tim Sheridan
Art by Rafa Sandoval
Join the original Titans – Nightwing, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven and Beast Boy – school a new generation of teenage crimefighters. Pay close attention, because one of these novice heroes will become Red X! On sale March 16, 2021.

DC Comics March 2021 Solicitations Frankensteined

Catwoman #29
Written by Ram V
Art by Fernando Blanco
Cover by Joëlle Jones
Variant cover by Jenny Frison
So far, Selina Kyle's ambitious plan to gain control of Alleytown has been going purrfectly, but she's about to run headlong into a brand-new foe—and pass right through them…? Riddle us this, Catwoman! What do the Khadym Mob, a non-corporeal assassin, and Poison Ivy have in common? And when it comes to solving riddles, there's only one person she can go to—no matter how much she hates the idea. On sale March 16, 2021

DC Comics March 2021 Solicitations Frankensteined

Harley Quinn #1
Written by Stephanie Phillips
Art by Riley Rossmo
On sale March 23, 2021.

Detective Comics #1034
Written by Mariko Tamaki
Art by Dan Mora
On sale March 23, 2021.

Batman/Superman #16
Written by Gene Luen Yang
Art by Ivan Reis
On sale March 23, 2021.

Phillip Kennedy Johnson, the New Writer of Superman and Action Comics

Action Comics #1029
Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson,
Art by Eric Gapstur,
"The Golden Age" part two, as Superboy desperately tries to save Superman's life from the leviathans of the Breach, Superman discovers the Breach's shocking origins. But with his powers mysteriously fading, he is utterly outmatched. Can Superboy change the course of history and save his father's life? Don't miss this prelude to DC's MASSIVE Superman event! On sale 23rd March.

In the months following "The Golden Age" two-part crossover, Phillip Kennedy Johnson will continue writing both Superman and Action Comics with artists Scott Godlewski (on Superman) and Daniel Sampere (on Action Comics) before reuniting with Future State: Superman: Worlds of War co-creator Mikel Janín on a special Superman project—still to be announced!

Ram V And Xermanico On Justice League Dark From DC In March 2021
Credit: DC Comics

Justice League Dark #30
Written by Ram V
Art by Xermanico

Batman #106
Written by James Tynion IV
Art by Jorge Jimenez.

Future State: Superman vs Imperious Lex #3
Written by Mark Russell
Art by Steve Pugh

Brian Bendis and David Marquez On Justice League?
Credit: DC Comics

There's also that Brian Bendis/David Marquez Justice League-looking comic book as well…

Also expected are

  • Batman / Catwoman #4 (of 12) by Tom King and Clay Mann.
  • Far Sector #11 (of 12) by N.K. Jemisin and Jamal Campbell.
  • Man-Bat #2 (of 5) by Dave Wielgosz and Sumit Kumar.
  • Rorschach #6 (of 12) by Tom King and Jorge Fornes.
  • The Green Lantern Season Two #12 (of 12) by Grant Morrison and Liam Sharp.
  • Truth and Justice #2 by various.
  • Wonder Woman Earth One Volume 3 by Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquette.
  • Batman: Black and White #4 (of 6) by various.
  • Batman: White Knight Presents Harley Quinn #6 (of 6) by Katana Collins, Sean Murphy and Mateo Scalera.
  • American Vampire #6 (of 9) by Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque.
  • The Dreaming: Waking Hours #8 by G. Willow Wilson and Javier Rodriquez.
  • Sweet Tooth: The Return #5 (of 6) by Jeff Lemire.
  • Scooby-Doo, Where Are You #109 by Sholly Fisch and Walter Carzon.

And we'll have to wait until April for Geoff Thorne's Green Lantern #1 spotlighting John Stewart. So… are there any I missed?

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Rich JohnstonAbout Rich Johnston

Founder of Bleeding Cool. The longest-serving digital news reporter in the world, since 1992. Author of The Flying Friar, Holed Up, The Avengefuls, Doctor Who: Room With A Deja Vu, The Many Murders Of Miss Cranbourne, Chase Variant. Lives in South-West London, works from Blacks on Dean Street, shops at Piranha Comics. Father of two. Political cartoonist.
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