DC Comics Teases Infinite Frontier Spoilers With New Series For Nubia, Robin, Batman, Joker and More!
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DC Teases New Series and Confirms Free Comic Book Day at ComicsPRO!
DC COMICSPRO VIRTUAL PRESENTATION TEASES NEW 2021 SERIES, PARTICIPATION IN FREE COMIC BOOK DAY
During a virtual presentation to comic book store owners at the annual ComicsPRO retailer event, DC Vice President of Sales and Revenue Nancy Spears teased several upcoming comic book projects as part of a discussion of an expanded variant cover program. The changes to the program were made enable more retailers to participate in custom retailer variant covers for their customers. Spears identified a host of publishing projects in the works, including:
- Deathstroke Inc.
- Harley Quinn Animated Series sequel
- A Wonder Woman 80th Anniversary title
- “DC Vampires” (working title)
- Robin and Batman
- Joker: A Puzzle Box
- The Legend of Batman
- Crush and Lobo
- Nubia and the Amazons
- DC Middle Ages
More information will be forthcoming on these projects throughout the year. In addition, Spears also confirmed that DC will be participating in Free Comic Book Day on May 1, 2021, but details on specific titles will be revealed at a later date.
Spears comments were part of a larger virtual presentation to retailers, and included DC Publisher and Chief Creative Officer Jim Lee, new SVP and General Manager Daniel Cherry III, and Editor-In-Chief Marie Javins. Lee reaffirmed DC’s commitment to publishing comic books and the direct market, echoing comments made in an August 2020 interview with the Hollywood Reporter, referencing 2020 sales successes such as Batman: Three Jokers, DCeased: Dead Planet, Batman: The Joker War, and Dark Nights: Death Metal. Lee also provided updates on the more $1.1 million dollars raised for the Book Industry Charitable Foundation (BINC) fund to help struggling comic book stores, while Javins commented on the positive reception received by new characters such as Punchline, Clownhunter, Liar Liar and Ghost-Maker and spoke to DC’s ongoing commitment to a more additive universe of characters.