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Exclusive: DC Comics Unveils 10 New CONVERGENCE Mini-Series

Convergence is coming to the DC Universe and, fittingly, each week more and more pieces of the puzzle behind DC Comics‘ forthcoming two-month event are coming together. The sprawling crossover event, which debuts in April 2015, the thirtieth anniversary of Crisis on Infinite Earths, finds Brainiac collecting cities, planets, and entire worlds from across the DC Comics multiverse, placing them in domes, and then opening them up to see what happens when the characters from these disparate worlds come into contact with one another. Spoiler alert: it’s probably not going to end well.

Over the past two weeks, DC has unveiled 20 mini-series that will run alongside the primary storyline of Convergence. In addition to the core storyline, DC Comics will publish 40 different tie-in mini-series and today we have an exclusive sneak peek at 10 more of those titles, including 5 pieces of never-before-seen interior art that feature the return of Brainiac-5 and the Legion of Super-Heroes, Hawkman and Hawkgirl battling anthropomorphic rat-men, The Flash trapped in Gotham City, and much more.

Here is your first look at 10 more mini-series coming to the DC Universe as part of Convergence:

Writer: Marc Andreyko
Artist: Carlos D’Anda
Colorist: Gabe Eltaeb

After a year under the dome, the Outsiders have gone their separate ways, but when OMAC attacks, Batman must find out if they have what it takes to still be a team.



Writer: Marv Wolfman
Artists: Roberto Viacava and Andy Owens
Colorist: Sotocolor

Superman and Supergirl try to escape the city through the Phantom Zone, but they enter a portion they’ve never seen before and learn that Supergirl is destined to die if they return to their proper time and dimension. True story.


Writer: Larry Hama
Art and Color: Josh Middleton

White-jumpsuit-clad Diana Prince is in the grips of a Domesday cult when her lover Steve Trevor leaps into the fray to save Etta Candy from vampires of Red Rain.



Writer: Dan Abnett
Artist: Federico Dallocchio
Colorist: Veronica Gandini

Trapped in Gotham, Barry Allen has nowhere to run. He fights on, seeking justice as well as a way to save the city. But he faces a Tangent Universe foe that thinks faster than the Flash could ever move.



Writer: Stuart Moore
Artists: Gus Storms and Mark Farmer
Colorist: John Rauch

While Brainiac 5 struggles to break through the dome, Superboy tries to keep the Legion of Super-Heroes spirits up—but then the Atomic Knights ride into town.


Writer: David Gallaher
Artists: Steve Ellis and Ande Parks
Colorist: Hi-Fi

Say the Oath, save the world! If only being the Green Lantern Corps was that easy. Hal has resigned, John is busy, and Guy is pissed. Together for the first time—they’ll save Gotham or die trying.



Writer: Len Wein
Artist: Kelley Jones
Colorist: Michelle Madsen

Swamp Thing struggles to survive when the dome cuts off his contact with the Green.


Writer: Fabian Nicieza
Artist: ChrisCross
Colorist: Snakebite Cortez

With their heavy hitters sidelined, Elongated Man must lead the much-maligned “Detroit Justice League” against the overwhelming power of the heroes from the Tangent Universe!



Writer: Jeff Parker
Artists: Tim Truman and Enrique Alcatena
Colorist: John Kalisz

Hawkman and Hawkgirl put their Shadow War on hold as they face the anthropomorphic might of rat-men and bat-men in the deadly land of Kamandi!


Writer: Marv Wolfman
Artists: Nicola Scott and Marc Deering
Colorist: Jeromy Cox

Titans Together! Fighting against the might of the Tangent Universe’s Doom Patrol, we are reminded why this is the greatest Titans team of all.

Which series are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments below or tell me on Twitter (@Osteoferocious)!

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  1. B.H. Pitt says:

    At least all of this is temporary, it’s just an event DC is pushing while they change headquarters. Then they role out the new post-convergence line, which will be 24 new titles and they’ll be doing away with “The New 52” title. Though, that’s not really similar to what Marvel is doing. Marvel is doing something closer to what DC did in 2011 with The New 52 by means of combining their Ultimate and regular universes to create a brand new universe.

  2. Fido says:

    If it’s got Batman in it then I’m there. If not I’m not really interested. Though may check out the Catwoman one 🙂

  3. Buck says:

    Much as I love Kelley Jones work, I can’t buy in to this crossover nonsense.

  4. Legion_Lover says:

    They just can’t get the Legion right.  This just looks like a smelly, steaming pile.

  5. Eagle Eddie says:

    Yes! Hawkman is back!

  6. Harlan says:

    I’m looking to an end to DC’s BS.

  7. Jon Davis says:

    Wow, that sounds a lot like what Marvel is doing with Secret Wars. Let’s see which one does the same thing better…yeesh.