What's New 9/29: BATMAN: GOTHAM NIGHTS #1 & More!

These are the final days of September, heroes. And we’ve got just the thing to kick off your October in style – lots of goodness for you to read, watch, and talk about in our Community!

Check out today’s News article to see what’s new this week on DC Universe!

As always, new comics for your enjoyment:

Super Friends (1976-1981) 28
The Spectre (1987-1989) 28
The Spectre #2 (1967-1969) 9
Weird Mystery Tales (1972-1975) 11
Wonder Woman (1942-1986) 41
Wonder Woman (1942-1986) 303
Wonder Woman Annual (1987-2006) 3
Wonder Woman Annual (1987-2006) 4
Action Comics 1015
Batgirl 39
Batman Beyond 36
Batman/Superman 2
Detective Comics 1012
Dial H for Hero 7
Freedom Fighters 9
Justice League Dark 15
Red Hood: Outlaw 38
Shazam! 7
The Flash 79
The Terrifics 20
Wonder Woman 79
Aquaman: Deep Dives (arriving Thursday, October 1st) 1
Batman: Gotham Nights (arriving Thursday, October 1st) 1
Flash: Fastest Man Alive (arriving Friday, October 2nd) 1
Superman: Man of Tomorrow (arriving Friday, October 2nd) 1
Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace (arriving Monday, October 5th) 1

And if all these new comics aren’t enough to help inspire your creativity, we have a Friday Night Watch-Along, a slew of events coming up this week, and so much more in our Community!

Let us know where you are checking out first in the comments below!


Looks like DC’s line of digital firsts are starting to rotate in! This answers the question of whether they’d all be batched to DCU on Tuesday, or if we’d get them throughout the week. The interesting thing is that it’s been 6 months since these were first digitally distributed, not 12. So at least for the digital books, we’re already starting to see the runway shorten.


Just as an FYI, Aquaman: Deep Dives #1 came out April 23rd, so we are currently looking at roughly 5 months not six.


Awesome™:+1:. Didn’t see those coming. Nice.


I don’t see Superman or The Flash digital comics on here today ?

I see them now. I just need to be more patient :slightly_smiling_face:

Are the digital-first comics separate, standalone stories? Or do they tie in with the rest of the universe of DC?