Who said comics are a silent medium? This week we introduced five new “Rebirth” playlists to the official DC Spotify account—one for each of Wednesday’s new “Rebirth” comics. These playlists have been personally curated by members of the book’s creative team and in many cases are songs that either inspired them or that they feel reflect the look, tone and message of the book in some way.
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We’re rounding up Rebirth! DC’s new publishing event kicks off this week, and DC All Access is here to make sure you’re ready. In today’s new episode, we look at all four of this week’s exciting Rebirth comics and talk to writer Benjamin Percy about what changes are in store for the Emerald Archer. Could love with a certain fishnet-wearing hero be once again in the air? Plus, we give you a chance to win a signed copy of the Wonder Woman ’77 Vol. 1 collection!
To the Amazons of Themyscira and the people of the world, Wonder Woman is something of a miracle. Fittingly, the same can be said of her new comic as well. Spinning out of this summer’s “Rebirth,” the twice-monthly WONDER WOMAN will feature a dream creative team of writer Greg Rucka and artists Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, three creators unexpectedly returning to the world of DC Comics after a lengthy break.
This July will see the “Rebirth” of a new bimonthly Justice League featuring perennial favorites like Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and the Flash, along with not one, but two rookie Green Lanterns. In fact, the only thing more impressive than the team on the page may be the team behind it. Written by current JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA writer and artist Bryan Hitch and drawn by Tony S.
It may not be set within the DC Universe or have anything to do with this summer’s “Rebirth.” But THE LEGEND OF WONDER WOMAN is equally essential reading. Written by Renae De Liz and drawn by De Liz along with Ray Dillon, the series is a reimagining of Wonder Woman’s origin that’s driven by De Liz’s reputation as a gifted fantasy writer (she’s adapted both Peter Pan and The Last Unicorn as graphic novels) and bolstered by Dillon’s vibrant colors.
There’s one foe that even the greatest of our heroes can’t defeat—death. In “The Final Days of Superman,” the Man of Steel discovers that he’s dying and sets out to make sure that his friends, fellow heroes and the planet as a whole are prepared for a world without Superman. Written by Peter J. Tomasi and drawn by a stable of top-tier artists including Mikel Janin, Doug Mahnke, Paul Pelletier and Ed Benes, it’s a powerful, emotional storyline that closes the book on one era of Superman before Rebirth launches a thrilling new one.