Sunday, May 17, 2020

Weekend Headlines | More Changes For DC Comics

Here's a quick catch up on the latest news happening in the DC Comics!

HARLEY QUINN Ending With August's #75
Harley Quinn writer Sam Humphries has announced on Twitter that the series will come to a conclusion with August's #75.

"Hey y'all, I'm hammer-smashing the embargo to break the news that Harley Quinn is over with issue 75! Final issue! No worries and no tears, this has been the plan for almost a year, and we're celebrating with one Harley's biggest issues of all time!" reads Humphries' statement on Twitter.

"This is a happy ending for all - I'm moving on to some very cool secret projects (no hints) and Harley is moving on to one of my favorite creators and people (no hints). Perfect occasion for a new number one. And I'm absolutely thrilled about where Harley is headed."

SUPERGIRL to Conclude Digitally With Issue #42
DC's Supergirl ongoing series is still scheduled to conclude with issue #42, as announced in the publisher's original May 2020 solicitations, but now the series' final two issues will publish on digital platforms only as part of the publisher's revised post-distribution shutdown schedule.

Supergirl #41 will be on digital platforms exclusively on May 26 and issue #42 on June 30. Both issues, however, will be included in the next collected edition both in physical print and digital.

DC's THE TERRIFICS Will Conclude Digitally With September's #30
Readers of DC's The Terrifics looking for new issues in DC's recently released revised June, July and now August schedules will get an opportunity to read the series conclusion, just digitally for the final three issues.

The final print issue of The Terrifics will be #27, scheduled for May 26. The final three issues concluding the series will be available only on digital platforms, including issues #28 (Jul. 7), #29 (Aug. 4) and #30 (Sept. 1).

Issues #28 and #29 were originally solicited for May and June, respectively. However, all the final issues will be available in physical print as well as digital as part of the series' next trade paperback.