It is the dawning of a new frontier, and you’re invited along for the adventure! Death Metal presented the darkest threats of the Multiverse. DC Future State revealed what may lie ahead. Now it’s time to look into the Infinite Frontier of the current-day DC Universe.
Will you be exploring the vast terrain of INFINITE FRONTIER? Which titles or characters get you the most hyped? Is it Yara Flor? We don’t blame you.
Let us know in the comments below!
To learn more about INFINITE FRONTIER (2021) #0, be sure to read all about it over on the DC Comics news site.
Interesting to see that Stargirl springbreak is part of Infinite frontier. I hope the special will be successful enough for Stargirl to have her own comic series. Maybe start a show tie-in would be great!
Because I just got into comics within the last few years I have never been a part of a relaunch/reboot for DC so I am REALLY looking forward to this. Due to financial concerns I won’t be able to get these from my local comic book shop but I will read every panel of them once they drop here on DCUI in September! Things like this - getting to read all of an event plus over 25,000 back issues (and counting) for $6.25 a month - is why I will be a DCUI subscriber for as long as you’ll have me.
We need a full-fledged Justice Society on-going title again. Heck, I’d even settle for a year-long limited series like the Freedom Fighters or Legion of Super-Heroes ones we got recently. They’re one of DC’s premiere super-teams, DC’s first super-team, and they deserve a better fate than simply being relegated to playing second fiddle in other teams’ comics, or just showing up as supporting players for the big events. Especially with the imminent release of Justice Society: World War II, the time is right for the JSA to step into the spotlight once again.
They’re not on the list, but I’m actually more excited for some of the limited series and anthology titles that DC is currently and will soon be putting out, more-so than the on-going series. Series like: Batman: Black & White, Man-Bat, Batman: The Detective, Legends of the Dark Knight (yes, a lot of Batman), Crime Syndicate, Superman: Red & Blue, and Truth & Justice. A very nice, eclectic slate. And some of the titles teased at ComicsPRO sound very intriguing as well. I can’t wait to see what those are all about.
Final thought: it’s nice to see The Joker with his own on-going series again for the first time since the mid-'70s.